Hotel Chapter Roma
Glamorous and gritty
Hotel Chapter Roma
Glamorous and gritty
Hotel Chapter Roma
Glamorous and gritty
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Chapter, Roma

A fabulous urban hideaway with a distinctive character that is both industrial and artistic, with a central location right in the heart of Rome that puts some of the city’s top attractions within easy strolling distance. Its recently opened terrace is already listed among the capital’s best rooftops.

With a fascinating location amid the narrow cobbled streets of Rione Regola, a stone’s throw away from the Jewish Quarter, Chapter Roma is an industrial-style boutique hotel in the shell of a historic building dating back to the 1800s.

The property refurbishment bears the signature of South African designer Tristan Du Plessis, who played with styles, textures and materials to create a space with a really unique character. Original architectural features like vaulted ceilings and exposed-brick arches are complemented with a range of brass, steel, bronze and copper elements that pay tribute to the ancient blacksmith tradition of the neighbourhood. He also decorated the common areas with contemporary art pieces and striking murals by some of the city’s best street artists in circulation.

Food & Drink

The art-filled lobby bar on the ground floor is a popular meeting place serving a great selection of juices and smoothies by day and signature cocktails by night. The bar doubles as a creative co-working space, with a big communal table complete with power and USB ports.

The hotel also features an organic bistrot and grocery store, the Market, offering a selection of light dishes and a juice bar, while the Hey Güey rooftop terrace is the place to be for refreshing summer drinks and juicy tacos surrounded by subtropical greenery and Roman rooftops. 


The industrial theme continues through the hotel’s 42 characterful bedrooms, which are available in a range of sizes and layouts, from compact Pads for solo travellers to spacious Suites.

Warm wooden flooring is combined with marbles, velvet headboards, steel and brass fittings, creating spaces that strike a balance between industrial minimalism and glamour. All rooms, which either overlook the courtyard or the city, feature several unique details such as vintage telephones, Marshall speakers, smart TVs, carefully selected design furnishings, and bespoke pieces by local artisans. Lofts and Suites also have their private bar area.

The spacious bathrooms boast granite marble floors, rough cement walls, brass fittings and are equipped with large walk-in showers and organic toiletries by La Bruket.



43 rooms • 4 suites • Restaurant Campocori • Lobby Bar and Rood Top Hey Guey Bar • Private Corner Bar in each room • Complimentary wi-fi

You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.


Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection

  • Welcome dedicated GM letter
  • Priority on Complimentary Upgrade upon availability at check-in time
  • Early check-in & late check-out upon availability

Points of View

Unique industrial-chic aesthetic
Chapter’s fabulous décor draws on local tradition and contaminates it with industrial details, graffiti art, and nods to the area's blacksmith heritage. The result is a genuinely bold, original design.
An attractive central location
The hotel’s convenient central location in the heart of Rome offers easy access to several great attractions such as the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, which can be reached in just about 15 minutes on foot.
A corner of Mexico among the Roman roofs
The rooftop terrace is one of the hotel’s main draws, oozing exotic vibes that scream Mexico. Colourful furnishings, succulent plants, wonderful city views and a menu filled with the flavours of Mexican street food make this a truly special spot in town.
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Staying in Roma

Regola is a picturesque historic district in central Rome that once hosted the stadium where charioteers used to train. It offers a variety of attractions, from art galleries and curious concept stores to interesting sites such as the lively market of Campo de’ Fiori, the Farnese Palace, and Galleria Spada with Borromini’s surprising fake perspective.

Every trip we take contributes to build our own life story.

A story that is a patchwork of encounters, experiences and memories made while traveling. And just like fabric scraps in a quilt, every trip we take, no matter how big or long, holds its own special place in our life and contributes to shape who we are.

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