Shopping in Rome

Shopping

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING
A 10% discount
in OUTLETS with the Hotel voucher

CASTEL ROMANO

The Hotel offers a convenient shuttle service.
Find your favorite designer brands at discounted prices of up to 70% all year long.
The Castel Romano Designer Outlet has something for everyone: cafés, restaurants, a convenient free parking lot and over 140 stores. There are renowned fashion brands such as Valentino, Roberto Cavalli and Hugo Boss, sportswear brands such as Nike and Adidas, and many more famous brands, such as Guess and Diesel. Open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

OSTIA LIDO

There’s nothing better after a pleasant day relaxing at the beach than amusing yourself at the seaside and discovering the charming new pedestrian area, located just a stone’s throw from the beach. Here you will find many luxury boutiques.
And if that’s not enough, just head for the lovely promenade along Ostia’s new harbor where you will find cafés, restaurants, fashion boutiques and bric-a-brac stores.

THE CENTRE OF ROME

Rome is the perfect city for shopping, with boutiques, stores, workshops, outlets and department stores. The area between Via del Corso and Via del Babuino is one of the most well-known and popular shopping districts. All the main fashion houses, jewelry and shoe stores are located here: from Armani to Valentino, from Dolce and Gabbana to Sergio Rossi, from Versace to Prada, from Gucci to Ferragamo...

The Bulgari, Cartier and Mont Blanc jewelry stores are located in Via Condotti.
And let’s not forget the streets which intersect with the Corso (Avenue) where you will find other boutiques as well as low-cost stores.

If you’re looking for artisanal workshops which specialize in wicker items we suggest you go to Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Navona. During Christmastime Piazza Navona houses a market dedicated to toys and sweets. The Via Giulia area is reserved to those who love antiques and art. You can also visit art galleries and antique stores in Via del Babuino and Via Margutta.
Anyone interested in flatware and trendy household furniture can visit the following stores:
C.U.C.I.N.A. (via Mario de' Fiori 65), Peroni in Piazza dell'Unità, D3 (via della Pace), 'Gusto (p.zza Augusto Imperatore 7).

Here are some places to visit if you love finding good deals and rummaging through a thousand and one bargains: Mas allo Statuto, located between the Termini train station and Piazza Vittorio, in Via dello Statuto 11. If you’re a shoe fanatic then Testaccio is the place for you.
Don’t forget to visit the Sunday market in Porta Portese: furniture, new and used clothes, theatrical costumes, food, flowers, caviar and cameras, CDs and antiques. In the last few years there has been an increase in Sunday markets in other areas of Rome, however, these primarily deal in antiques and 20th century design.

Lastly, here’s a listing of the most well-stocked shopping centers in Rome:
- Anagnina shopping center
- Commercity
- Forum Termini
- Romaest shopping center
- Cinecittà2
- I Granai
- Porta di Roma
- Parco Leonardo
- Dima shopping center
- La Romanina
- Galleria Auchan Casal Bertone