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Pet Friendly Hotels in Rome

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Family Friendly Rome Hotels

  • Relais Donna Lucrezia
    Relais Donna Lucrezia
    Via Emilia 88, Rome
    The price is $111 per night from Jan 30 to Jan 31
    4.9/5Exceptional! (11 reviews)
    Relais Donna Lucrezia
  • iQ Hotel Roma
    iQ Hotel Roma
    Via Firenze, 8, Rome, RM
    The price is $116 per night from Feb 24 to Feb 25
    4.8/5Exceptional! (31 reviews)
    iQ Hotel Roma
  • Napoleon Hotel
    Napoleon Hotel
    Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 105, Rome, RM
    The price is $51 per night from Feb 2 to Feb 3
    4.5/5Wonderful! (44 reviews)
    Napoleon Hotel

Spend those magical moments Rome has to offer together with your furry friend. Deciding to take your four-legged friend along when you come to spend your holiday abroad definitely is a better choice to leaving your pet with friends or in one of the many facilities available for them.

After all, dogs are going to miss their owners and a holiday will be more complete if friends are not separated. Luckily, Rome has a variety of dog-friendly hotels in its center, which means your pets can also enjoy this beautiful city and its many villas and parks.

Visiting Piazza Farnese with your pet when in Rome (Italy)

A great place to take your dog to is Piazza Farnese as it is a giant square. It is dominated by a magnificent monument dedicated to papal hubris, the 16th-century Palazzo Farnese, which nowadays is the French embassy. Furthermore, this picturesque plaza is framed by twin fountains, which were created out of enormous Roman granite bathtubs, the largest in existence. In short, Piazza Farnese is one of the finest outdoor “drawing rooms” of the city.

Since you are in Italy, why not embrace the “dolce fa niente” and just let life pass you by? Pick a sunny seat in one of the many cafes or on a stone bench along the palace walls and sip on your truly Italian espresso? If you are overwhelmed by choice, try Caffè Farnese at the corner of the Via dei Baullari. For a hearty meal afterwards with traditional Roman cuisine, you could choose trattoria Ar Galletto. Their doors are open every day except on Sunday.

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