A modern Aspen Landmark since 1889. Hotel Jerome has been the social hub of Aspen since its opening in 1889 at the height of the town’s silver boom, known as the place where all great stories were born and are told. As the only Aspen hotel to survive the silver crash, the long pre-ski-resort winters, and the Depression, we’ve seen cowboys ride through our doors, 10th Mountain Division soldiers gather round over pints after training on the slopes, and Hunter S. Thompson holding court during his run for sheriff. You can’t experience Aspen, without experiencing Jerome. Aspen's historic Hotel Jerome, an Auberge Resort, embodies the essence of elevated Rocky Mountain living. The Hotel features a tasteful mix of contemporary and authentic Western furnishings, modern-day luxuries, historic charm and dining options that highlight locally sourced cuisine, all while being located in the heart of town. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy over 300 days of sunshine each year while taking advantage of world class skiing, snowshoeing and snowboarding on any one of Aspen Snowmass' four mountains. During the warmer months, visitors can opt for over 120 mesmerizing miles of hiking and biking trails, fly-fishing, golf and much more making Hotel Jerome a perfect destination hotel year-round. The Hotel also recently opened a beautiful Garden for al fresco dining, newly enhanced swimming pool/hot tub area and a secret speakeasy bar, Bad Harriet, already a hot spot amongst hotel guests and locals. Hotel Jerome also offers private residences for those seeking a home away from home in the heart of Aspen.
The urban Villa of the Spalletti Trivelli Counts rediscovers its vocation as host of business and leisure travelers, connoisseurs of art and wellbeing. In the heart of Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is unique among the historic residences: a splendid Italian garden, elegant and refined environments furnished with genuine antiques, exclusive wellness center, and sumptuous rooms with every comfort. The twelve accommodations range from the Romantic Rooms to the Grand Deluxe Suites that—coupled with each other to form the Quirinale Presidential Suite and the Gianicolo Presidential Suite—provide spacious rooms of absolute elegance. Functionality for guests of Villa Spalletti Trivelli includes Wi-Fi, independent heating and air conditioning, a safe with plug for charging laptops, and much more. Peaceful and overlooking either the Italian garden of Villa Spalletti Trivelli or the public Quirinal Palace Gardens, the rooms of the Villa offer the height of romance and luxury. A unique spot, the Villa is central yet secluded from the bustle of traffic and tourists. With a splendid Italian garden preserving the privacy and serenity of its guests, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is the ideal residence both for business travelers needing to stay in the city center, as well as guests seeking to experience authentic Roman ambiance among splendid masterpieces from every era, picturesque views, strolls in fashionable districts, and high-class shopping.
With just 30 rooms, J.K Place Roma is a distinguished boutique hotel located in the heart of Rome. Just minutes away from the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon, J.K Place Roma is perfect positioned to provide you with the ultimate Italian vacation. Each room boasts a satellite flat-screen TV and Bose SoundLink Mini system and feature rosewood canopy and handmade fabric beds. The marble bathrooms are complete with a large glass shower and bidet. The interiors are designed by Michele Bonan and the on-site restaurant features Italian and international cuisine with daily fresh produce. Discover Rome while enjoying everything J.K Place Roma has to offer.
Perched on 15-acres of Mediterranean private parkland overlooking the Eternal City and the Vatican, the Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel offers unparalleled, memorable experiences: 345 exceptionally spacious guestrooms and 25 luxuriously appointed Suites, all individually decorated; exclusive Imperial Club; 2 restaurants including the supreme rooftop restaurant La Pergola, unanimously recognized as the “Best restaurant in Rome” and one of the best in Italy; superlative lobby with an astonishing Tiepolo triptych; the world’s most prestigious art collection housed within a hotel; and the elegant Cavalieri Grand Spa Club, covering 2,500 sqm and offering an array of exclusive beauty and relaxation treatments, as well as a cutting edge fitness area. This luxury hotel is a calm retreat in the heart of the Eternal City, and brings new meaning to notions of Italian style as well as new purpose to the fine art of exclusive hospitality. Rome Cavalieri is proud to implement a project to double its investment to cut its environmental footprint year-on-year in an effort to become carbon neutral by 2030 without compromising its luxurious accommodations and service excellence. Aware of the hotel’s social impact, the Rome Cavalieri continues to champion its three pillars of sustainability: Earth, Community and Youth.
Opened in May 2019 above the Spanish Steps, Hotel de la Ville is Rome's most exciting new destination. Located in the heart of Rome, atop the Spanish Steps with sweeping views of the Eternal City, the hotel’s enviable setting is a destination in itself. The 104 well-appointed rooms and suites are amongst the most elegant and spacious in Rome, while the signature suites offer unrivalled panoramic views of the city from their large terraces. The magnificent Suite de la Ville located on the 8th floor, and accessible by a private elevator, is the hotel’s crown jewel, furnished with a curated collection of contemporary and antique furniture and its own collection of art, it boasts two panoramic terraces - perfect for entertaining. Designer Tommaso Ziffer, in collaboration with Olga Polizzi, Director of Design for Rocco Forte Hotels, was inspired by The Grand Tour of the 18th century when English and German nobles collected pieces of art during their cultural journeys to European cities. Hotel de la Ville is home to six innovative food and beverage outlets where celebrated chef and Creative Director of Food for Rocco Forte Hotels, Fulvio Pierangelini has created an eclectic menu ranging from the most classic of Italian dishes to creative modern Mediterranean delicacies. Bringing a piece of Sicily to Rome, the 550 square metre Rocco Forte Spa is the most technically advanced in the capital offering relaxing and indulgent treatments carried out by an expert team of therapists using Irene Forte Skincare products. The spa is an all-encompassing healthy retreat for physical and spiritual wellness cocooned in the centre of the bustling Italian capital. A vibrant, modern-day icon atop the Spanish Steps.
The Sina Bernini Bristol in Rome is the iconic 5-star hotel with over 140 years of rich history and considered to be one of the Eternal City’s luxury hôtellerie milestones. Hotel’s inauguration dates back to 1874, when it was called “The Bristol” in honour of the First Baronet of Bristol, the Protestant Bishop of Bristol. This name was later coupled with the world-famous Baroque artist Bernini who sculpted the Triton Fountain in Piazza Barberini, situated right in front of the hotel. Many historical events took place at the Hotel and it has always been, since the beginning, and still is, the preferred address and meeting point in Rome for European and worldwide aristocracy, heads of State, Diplomacy, tycoons, and today it is also the favourite target for film and music stars, and international VIP’s. The strategic location in the central Piazza Barberini, at the beginning of Via Veneto and few steps away from Piazza di Spagna and the Trevi Fountain, makes this hotel one of the best located hotels in the Eternal City. The recent renovation with a complete refurbishment of all rooms celebrates Baroque art and reinterpretates it in a modern style. Details and shapes of elegant and sophisticated beauty, which offer guests an experience of extraordinary exclusivity, are enhanced according to a Baroque aesthetic and refreshed by a contemporary design. To complete your luxurious stay at Sina Bernini Bristol, savor the outstanding cuisine at The Flair - Rooftop Restaurant with panoramic terrace overlooking the Eternal City. Guests can also spend some precious moments of pure relaxation at the WellBe Spa and Wellness Center.
La Posta Vecchia, prior home to Roman Imperators and Jean Paul Getty, is a luxury hotel 30 minutes from Rome that looks right down onto the sea. It has 19 rooms, an indoor heated swimming pool, the LPV Health and Beauty Club and the gourmet restaurant The Cesar. The villa, which dates back to 1640, was built by the Orsini Princes and later sold to the Odescalchi family, who already owned the castle next to it. For many years the family used the building to accommodate guests. In 1960 it was purchased by Jean Paul Getty, who had the residence restored back to its original splendour, bringing in seventeenth-century furnishings, tapestries and paintings. During the renovation work, the remains of an ancient Roman villa came to light; the findings can today be admired in the archaeological museum situated within the hotel. La Posta Vecchia is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.
For those seeking something special, Rocco Forte House: the intimacy and exclusivity of a private home; the mark of quality of a Rocco Forte hotel. At Piazza del Spagna, five palatial private apartments within an 18th-century palazzo. Above, a stately roof terrace surveying the Spanish Steps. The private suites range from 126sqm to 175sqm for a two-bedroom, and up to 291sqm for the four-bedroom Borghese Private Suite. The Piazza di Spagna Penthouse suite has its own terrace, whilst at the top of the palazzo overlooking the Spanish Steps is a terrace with stunning views of the Eternal City. Rocco Forte House is also the perfect size for a private take over and a unique palazzo sojourn.The private suites range from 126sqm to 175sqm for a two-bedroom, and up to 291sqm for the four-bedroom Borghese Private Suite. The Piazza di Spagna Penthouse suite has its own terrace, whilst at the top of the palazzo overlooking the Spanish Steps is a terrace with stunning views of the Eternal City. Rocco Forte House is also the perfect size for a private take over and a unique palazzo sojourn. Conveniently placed in-between Rocco Forte’s Hotel de Russie and Hotel de la Ville, Rocco Forte House guests have the privilege of enjoying the best of both hotels with full complimentary access to both gyms and spas, discounted rates on conference rooms and parking, as well as a wide range of bars and restaurants to choose from.
Back in 1850 Mr. Singer, a famous American entrepreneur in the textile field, invented the very first sewing machine, the one that is still the most famous. This innovative tool arrived in Italy in 1930, more precisely in this building, where tailors would dress all the most elegant ladies ! The Haute Couture tailors were all clients of Mr. Singer and Singer Palace was an incredible showroom for sewing machines of all kinds. In the following years Singer Palace changed use, but always kept its original charm and mirrored its central location. Uniquely the location sheltered an interesting collection of sewing machines, very rare to find at present time. In 2018, the Visocchi family reconverted Singer Palace into a chic boutique hotel, adding a contemporary and feminine touch to the historic location making Singer very homey. The marriage of ancient and modern complements the breathtaking panorama for the delight of the discerning international clientele. Singer Palace Hotel is made of 30 rooms, including 10 suites and 10 connecting solutions. Rooms and connecting feature from 20 to 86 sqm / 215 to 925 sf. Very centrally located in the heart of Rome the Singer is walking distance from all the major historical sights of the city as well as the best shopping roads. Within a short walk to the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia and a lovely 20 min walk to the Colosseum will delight all guests. Additionally a breathtaking view of the Quirinale – the residence of the Italian President – will surprise all Singer’s guests while sipping a tasty aperitif at Jim’s Bar under a starry sky, enjoying a delightful breakfast, lunch and romantic dinner.
The Vilòn is housed within a historic mansion which dates back to the mid-sixteenth century when it was known as the “House annexed to Palazzo Borghese”. Belonging to the noble Roman family of the Borghese since the beginning of 1600 the palace became, by will of Princess Adelaide Borghese de la Rochefacault, School for Maidens in 1841, and was further entrusted to the French nuns of the Daughters of the Cross until recently. Today, “The house annexed to the Borghese Palace” is reborn after a careful and attentive restoration which reinstates and recreates its ancient splendor. The Hotel officially opened its doors for the very first time on March 4th 2018. Perfectly located to discover the real essence of Rome, the Vilòn is a great base to explore the city and get lost in the small and ancient alleys of the Eternal City. Guests can select from a variety of exquisite accommodations in this former mansion turned luxury boutique hotel. It features 18 spacious contemporary guest rooms and suites with elevated views into the restored private gardens of Palazzo Borghese and a chic private courtyard. At Vilòn guests are able to make the most of their Roman days by discovering the city with tailor made journeys such as bike tours, vespa tours, Roman enogastronomic discoveries etc. The hotel offers exquiste dining area including Adelaide Restaurant and Bar and the enchanting outdoor garden. In honour of Princess Borghese, the name the restaurant “Adelaide” and the bar lounge, familiarly called « In Salotto » (in the living room). Opened all day long, it ensures delicious experiences to the guests in the house, but also to the external ones, creating an international yet Roman authentic atmosphere. Adelaide offers a unique culinary experience in which simplicity, tradition and technique are perfectly combined to assure in every bite the truest and greatest tastes. The menu changes according to the seasons and includes classics of the Roman tradition with fresh modern twists.
Hotel de Rome once housed the headquarters of a bank in the 19. century and captivates guests with its unique combination of historic architecture and lifestylish interior design. Berlin's history still exists in the fabric of the building: The old jewellery vault is now the 20m lap pool, the offices of the directors of the bank transformed into signature suites and the former cashiers hall became an impressive ballroom. Intimately scaled with only 145 rooms and suites the hotel offers a maximum of privacy and exclusivity. Perfectly situated in the heart of Berlin, in the former East part of town - the happening Mitte district - it is only a short walking distance to all major sights, great shopping and the best restaurants. The premium place to take in the atmosphere of this vibrant city is from the rooftop terrace, with its gorgeous views.
The Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome is a luxury five-star hotel, designed to be royal, luxurious and the same stature of the most accredited hotels in Europe, located in the noble center of Rome, a city which was and is once again an intersection of cultures and communication. After more than one year of skilled re-structuring, this 19th-century palace – once headquarters of the Roman Maronite community and only a stroll away from the famed Via Veneto – is today a luxury hotel and, in its own way, a symbol of the changes taking place within the Capital City’s fine tradition of hospitality. The Murano glass chandelier, which Luchino Visconti chose for the ballroom scene in his masterpiece film “The Leopard”, now lights up the hotel’s hall amidst the marble floors’ geometric designs. On the walls, golden “boiseries” enhance the warm tones of brocades while the Winter Garden’s sparkling stucco and lush mirrors reflect the soft and natural rays of light beaming in through the vault from above. The best view of the city can surprise you up to the Mirabelle Restaurant, an exclusive place to have lunch or dinner with a great level of service and amazing view.
On Via Condotti with spectacular views of the Spanish Steps, Portrait Roma is a discreet hideaway with 14 suites and studios, dedicated to the life and times of renowned designer Salvatore Ferragamo. Above the Ferragamo store, Portrait Roma is an oasis of tranquillity, offering dazzling refinement and all the latest technology. From sumptuous bedrooms to bathrooms fit for an emperor, from luxurious lounges to splendid terraces with views all over Rome, each space pays homage to ’50s beauty and to the genius of a founding father of “Made in Italy” – Salvatore Ferragamo. The Portrait Roma lifestyle team is dedicated to taking care of your every need, and the accommodations are as stylish as you would expect. You’ll find gray pinstriped carpeting over blond hardwood floors, heavy silk drapes with accents of acid green or cyclamen and brightly colored cashmere throws. Start your day with breakfast on the rooftop, where the views sweep across the city to include the Piazza di Spagna and the Villa Medici.
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, has re-opened on 1st July 2019 following a complete redesign by French architect and interior designer, Jean-Philippe Nuel. Situated in a former 19th century Roman palazzo, Nuel has taken inspiration from the building’s original architecture as well as the landscaped gardens of the adjacent Villa Borghese to bring a fresh look with a nature-inspired colour palette for the city retreat.The 78-room hotel lies on a quaint street in the centre of the city, just moments from iconic landmarks including the Villa Medici, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. Each of the 78 rooms and suites features a Baroque-inspired ceiling that creates the illusion of a blue sky above as well as a signature Sofitel MyBed* bed and marble bathroom complete with Hermès toiletries. The crown jewel of the hotel situated on the seventh floor and offering panoramic views of The Eternal City is Settimo - an elegant rooftop lounge and restaurant with bold interiors and both indoor and outdoor seating. Settimo serves contemporary Roman cuisine using locally-sourced ingredients and Executive Chef, Giuseppe D’Alessio, incorporates traditional Roman culinary styles into all the signature dishes. Cocktail enthusiasts can enjoy sundowners with a view, with one of Settimo’s signature drinks which come with specially-paired finger food. Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese has won the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2017 for the categories ‘Luxury Romantic Hotel’ - Country Winner, and for ‘Luxury Rooftop View Hotel’ - Global Winner. In 2018 World Luxury Hotel Awards for the category "Italian Cuisine" continent winner: Europe In 2019 World Luxury Awards for the category "Luxury Romantic Hotel" Southern Europe winner In 2021_ Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese hs been nominated in the following categories: - Villegiature Awards Best hotel terrace - Villegiature Awards Best service in a hotel - Villegiature Awards Grand Prix Best interior design and architecture - Villegiature Awards Grand Prix Best Grand Hotel In 2021 _ Sofitel Rome has been nominated in in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Awards!
Centrally located in the heart of Rome and just a short stroll away from the Spanish Steps, Villa Borghese and main monuments, all 98 guestrooms & suites at Hotel Eden are elegantly well-appointed with state-of-the-art technology, Bang & Olufsen televisions and blue tooth connectivity. Ideal for business or leisure, the hotel offers WiFi & High Speed Internet Access and smartly designed work and desk areas in each guest room, complete with sleek marble bathrooms and luxurious Bottega Veneta bath amenities. The rooftop restaurant La Terrazza is located on the 6th floor, offering panoramic dining. Open for dinner daily except Sunday and Monday, the elegant restaurant serves delectable Mediterranean cuisine and a wine list fit for a connoisseur. Over the years, La Terrazza has received numerous recognitions and awards, making it one of the best and most popular restaurants in Rome. The panoramic Bar is located on the rooftop and is an ideal meeting place with a relaxing atmosphere, plus nightly music entertainment. Il Giardino Restaurant offers all-day panoramic dining in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere with captivating views. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves a delicious selection of Mediterranean dishes, Roman signature dishes, pizza and farm to table options. Hotel Eden features a multitude of facilities for wellness and relaxation including the Hotel Eden Spa, offering 4 spa suites for beauty and wellness treatments and blowdry bar. Begin the day with a brisk workout in the Fitness Centre with a selection of cardiovascular machines and strength training equipment. Both machines and free weights are available for your use.
Nestled on a quiet street near Piazza del Popolo and at a five minutes’ walk from The Spanish Steps, The First Roma Arte is a sophisticated, intimate boutique property filled with contemporary art, and brimming with elegance and charm. Originally a 19th century palazzo, The First Roma Arte was thoughtfully restored and transformed into an elegant and refined 5 star property with the sophistication of an aristocratic home in 2011. The ambiance of the hotel is set immediately as guests are greeted with a relaxed ‘living room’ check-in and a glass of Prosecco! A unique characteristic of the hotel is its display of impressive original pieces of contemporary artwork, created by some of the most important artists on the Italian art scene, displayed throughout common areas and suites. With its permanent and temporary exhibits, each room becomes a small private gallery, to be personally enjoyed by guests. Highlights of The First Roma Arte include: - Prime location within easy walking distance of nearby Spanish Steps, the Vatican and Villa Borghere to name a few - Voted by Condé Nast Traveler readers Top #1 Best Hotel in Rome for two years in a row - Features 29 lovely accommodations, 23 of which are suites - Acquolina the award winning gourmet restaurant with 1 Michelin star - Breathtaking views from Acquaroof, the rooftop terrace which from spring to fall, offers delightful breakfast and dining - Impressive art collection throughout public areas and rooms curated by Mucciaccia art gallery
Why Villa Agrippina A Gran Melia Hotel - Rome Is there anything better than a stay in the Eternal City? Yes -- staying in the Eternal City at the Villa Agrippina A Gran Melia Hotel Rome, ?where guests are treated to splendid amenities, world-class dining, and close proximity to all of the sights and sounds of ?one of the most iconic cities in the world. Beauty and elegance are the hallmarks of Villa Agrippina, and that is seen ?in the dazzling touches of each of the accommodations. Rooms are decked out with in-room Nespresso coffee machines, luxuriously ? soft beds, and large reproductions of some of the finest artwork that can be found in the City. Bathrooms are generously sized ?and boast Clarins bathroom products and large bathtubs or rainfall showers. Sleep is guaranteed to come easy in these rooms! ?Guests will also be worn out by the amazing sightseeing opportunities. With its close proximity to the Vatican, countless ?museums and churches housing immeasurable treasures, there is no shortage of dazzling sights to behold. ? Villa Agrippina Rome also offers guests a real treat: a private visit to the Vatican during hours it is closed to the public. ?Taking in the sights of the Sistine Chapel is already a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity; but taking them in with just yourself, ?a few guests, and a personally appointed art historian? Simply amazing. Back at the hotel, guests can relax by the outdoor pool, ?sip a drink in the lounge, and prepare for a fantastic dining experience. Ossimoro, the hotel's flagship restaurant is home to the finest Mediterranean cuisine, and uses only the freshest ingredients to prepare their culinary delights. ?For lighter fare during summer time, the Gala offers sumptuous bites and delicious cocktails, and afternoon tea can be found in ?the Amaro, the lobby cocktail bar perfect for a cappuccino or for a perfectly crafted nightcap.? For your special event, the Lunae Terrace is available, offering pure a nice setting to showcase your ceremony. ? There are many opportunities to be dazzled in the Eternal City; but a stay at the Villa Agrippina A Gran Melia in Rome ?takes the experience to fantastic new heights!
H Welcome to Rome, a city with one pursuit: La Dolce Vita. Along the pavestones of the renowned via Veneto, sits the Baglioni Hotel Regina, a statement of veritable style and elegance. Once the home to the hotel’s namesake, Regina Margherita di Savoia, this enchanting eight-floor Palazzo has been restyled over time to recapture its original splendour. Baglioni Hotel Regina is a gem of architectural style, a mélange of the Classic with the highly contemporary with intermittent touches of Art Déco and stands at the very highest point of Rome, overlooking the whole city. The seductive power of time is present in all of the hotel’s 116 rooms and suites. Rooms with the scent of former times which effuse a unique blend of refined mastery and decorative 19th century design. The essence of understated elegance is expressed through the fusion of Art Déco and Classic style. The views of the Eternal City from balconies and terraces evoke memories of the eternal myth of La Dolce Vita. The Brunello Bar and Restaurant, with its exclusive independent entrance on Via Veneto, welcomes clients to a bespoke atmosphere in which to savour unforgettable culinary delights and Mediterranean flavours. Baglioni SPA by Caschera SPA is a metropolitan oasis where to rediscover harmony between mind and body, dedicated to all who want to experience authentic beauty and wellbeing. The SPA is a large space featuring two massage rooms, a beauty room, fitness centre, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and changing rooms.
The Hassler Roma at the top of the Spanish Steps is Rome’s legendary five-star luxury hotel, the residence of choice for those wishing for a memorable experience in the Eternal City. Set in the heart of the city’s historic center, the Hassler is just minutes away from Via Condotti and the most popular shopping venues as well as important monuments and landmarks, including the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Coliseum, the Villa Borghese gardens and the Fountain of Trevi. Owned and managed by Roberto E. Wirth, fifth generation of a famous Swiss dynasty of hoteliers, the Hassler offers 87 rooms all elegantly and individually decorated rooms and suites, as well as magnificent dining options within the hotel including it’s Michelin-starred panoramic restaurant Imàgo, the Hassler Bistrot at Salone Eva, the Hassler Bistrot at Palm Court and Il Palazzetto Wine Bar just a two-minute walk away. Elegance, style, the highest quality in terms of service and discretion have made the Hassler the very symbol of international hospitality, making it the preferred destination of VIPs from all over the world as well as one of the most beautiful and charming locations in the Eternal City for business or leisure travel and private events. The Amorvero SPA offers a fitness facility with a breathtaking view of the city. Massages, exclusive beauty treatments, sauna, steam bath, panoramic terrace. Personal trainer on request. Jogging and biking nearby Hairdressing & hairspa salon "Rossano Ferretti". Fully air-conditioned banquet facilities for up to 180 people for a cocktail, suited for small meetings and private parties. Limousine airport transfers (on request).
Hotel d’Inghilterra is a Luxury five-star hotel nestled in the heart of Rome, it exudes old-world charm and timeless elegance. With its captivating history and stunning central location, it’s no wonder that this distinguished hotel continues to be the first choice for discerning guests. The building dates back to the mid-17th century and originally served as guest quarters for the noble Torlonia family, who resided in the Palazzo across the road. The hotel enjoy a magnificent location by the Spanish Steps, in the middle of the luxury shopping distric and within easy walk from main landmarks. 84 rooms and suites decorated with their own style and personality. Each is a perfect blend of period charm and contemporary character, where refined fabrics and sumptuous furnishings complement the sober elegance of the interiors. Suites are the jewel in the palace’s crown with the Penthouse boasting a private terrace dotted with jasmine and citrus trees, and a stunning view over the roman roofs. Guests at Hotel d'Inghilterra can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere while comfortably seated at a table in the chic open-air dining area of the Café Romano restaurant, the ideal spot for brunch or for an elegant dinner to taste traditional Roman cuisine, or pamper themselves with a superb cocktail in the classic British setting of the Café Romano Lounge Bar
5 star luxury, St. Regis branded property – Member of Marriott’s International Hotel Luxury portfolio Embracing the grandeur of a historic 1894 palazzo, the meticulous renovation of The St. Regis Rome (completed in 2019), evokes both past and present inviting guests to a Roman address with an extraordinary, evolving legacy. The light-filled interior combines original detail with contemporary spirit to create a palace of alluring beauty. The opulent hotel offers guests a winning combination of history, location and an abundance of charm. Ideally located on Piazza della Repubblica, The grand St. Regis, Rome is just a few steps from the Quirinale presidential palace and a ten minutes’ walk from The Spanish Steps and The Trevi Fountain. The superb hotel provides a premier residence to guests and every stay is enhanced by the seamless and personal attention extended by its St. Regis Butler Service. Each of The St Regis, Rome’s 161 guest rooms and suites offers truly refined living and provides a personal sanctuary to each of its guests. All accommodations have been fashioned in tones of cinnamon or powder blue with a combination of precious Rubelli fabrics and handpicked objects d’art. Food lovers will enjoy discovering the flavors of Mediterranean cuisine, washed down with a splash of Champagne, at the hotel’s renewed Lumen Cocktails & Cuisine, social heart of the hotel, where fashion and art converge in the light-filled piazza reminiscing of a true winter garden. Lumen is pure light, reminiscent of a butterfly wings, impalpable symbol of a place created to elevate drink and culinary experiences to a higher level. And when spring arrives, guests have the unique chance to experience the glamorous Lumen Garden, designed by Vincenzo Dascanio as a unique urban oasis. The St. Regis also offers 10 private rooms of varying sizes for any corporate or social gatherings. The Ritz Ballroom is Rome’s most striking ballroom with its 3,000 square feet, frescoed ceilings and original Murano-glass chandeliers. Now the light filled interior blends original detail and contemporary spirit creating a palace of alluring beauty. Year Built: 1894 - Year Last Renovated: 2017-2019
5 star Westin branded property - Member of Marriott's International Hotel Portfolio As Rome's most celebrated avenue, Via Veneto is the cradle of "la dolce vita" immortalized by Fellini and location host to The Westin Excelsior, Rome. A legend in a city of legends, moments from Piazza di Spagna and the Villa Borghese gardens, The Westin Excelsior, Rome, the 'magnificent white palace on Via Veneto', is one of the world's great classic hotels featuring timeless exterior set in a sophisticated shopping & dining district and close to the city's main sites and attractions. Luxurious Accommodations: Renowned for its majestic Suite Collection, The Westin Excelsior, Rome features five suite types that meet every need of today's sophisticated traveler. The hotel's signature Villa Cupola still recognized as one of the largest suite in Europe. The hotel’s unique grandeur is reflects in sumptuous furnishings in all its spacious guest rooms and suites. Dining: Dining at The Westin Excelsior, Rome is an experience all its own, offering charming sidewalk café tables, cozy and elegant atmosphere, one of Rome's most coveted nightspots and two unique bars for warming up or winding down an evening. Enjoy Roman specialties at the Restaurant Doney featuring wonderful outside seating alongside Via Veneto. Fitness Center: Dedicated 24/7 key-access workout room equipped with TechnoGym equipment and free weights. Pool, whirlpool and running maps for adjacent Villa Borghese available Service: The Westin Excelsior, Rome is known for outstanding service in an exceptional setting. Dine on Roman favorites at Restaurant Doney, enjoy a personalized workout with our trainer in the health club or indulge in a shiatsu massage in our spa. In line with #eatwell brand pillar and Doney al Fresco menu, the Doney Restaurant adopts a vegetable garden and a hive to give its contribution to the environment protection by delighting guests with km0 products every day from breakfast to dinner for a conscious travel. Year Built: 1906. Year Last Renovated (partial, soft refurbishment): 2016
The Hotel de Russie is a luxury five-star hotel located in the heart of the beautiful city of Rome between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo on the Via del Babuino. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Rome's key attractions, fashion houses and Via Condotti. The Vatican City, with St Peter's and the Sistine Chapel, is just a ten-minute walk from the Hotel de Russie while Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain are also within easy access. The most unique luxury hotel in Rome, Hotel de Russie provides a stunning feature - extensive, terraced gardens which provide a tranquil oasis amidst the bustle of central Rome where you can dine alfresco or enjoy a peaceful stroll. The hotel also has one of Rome's best health clubs and spa with a hydropool, jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish steam bath, beauty treatments and gym. Whether visiting Rome on business or pleasure, Hotel de Russie's picturesque gardens and spa facilities combined with impeccable service will provide you with a complete escape and allow you to experience the very best of Rome.
The breathtaking five-star luxury Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome is a triumph of beauty, art and history in the heart of the Eternal City. A magnificent Piazza with the ancient Roman ruins of the Diocletian Baths and the Basilica degli Angeli designed by Michelangelo sets the stage for the stately white marble Palazzo from the 19th century that appears in all of its splendor: the Palazzo Naiadi. The 238 rooms or suites are either in the crescent-shaped 1887 palace that faces the piazza, or its adjoining wing, once a grain-store built by Pope Clement XI in 1705. Anantara Palazzo Naiadi is one of Rome’s grandest hotels, with 238 rooms and suites spread across two wings and four floors. As befitting a historic palace, each room has its own unique characteristics, whether a balcony overlooking the piazza or a peaceful rooftop terrace. Our palatial hotel also boasts one of the most enviable locations in the city centre, with iconic sites such as the Fori Imperiali, Via Veneto, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps all within walking distance. After a day of exploration, return to an evening of rooftop relaxation overlooking the Eternal City. Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome features one gourmet restaurant and Champagnerie, one restaurant and bar located by the swimming pool on the rooftop terrace, boasting enchanting views of the Rome skyline, a dedicated breakfast restaurant overlooking the magnificent Piazza della Repubblica and an exclusive spa. Suspended over Roman ruins, the hotel offers a breathtaking view of Piazza della Repubblica and will make guests feel as part of the Eternal City's sweeping history.
The First Roma Dolce seamlessly blends the elegant design of a 19th-century private home with the charms of Via del Corso, one of the most iconic streets of la Dolce Vita in Rome. A boutique and warm residential atmosphere with bespoke 5-star service welcomes couples or families. The perfectly crafted stay within a 19th-century building designed by the Italian architect and urban planner Giuseppe Valadier, the creator of the elliptical plan of Piazza del Popolo. Refined and contemporary 23 suites and guest rooms combine the city’s architectural heritage with state-of-the-art modernity. With interiors designed by Marincola Architects, spacious suites and in-room amenities such as fitness equipment and hamman showers in some of the suites, encourage guests to feel as though they are residents of the city during a stay, providing a real ‘home-away-from-home’ in the Eternal City. From homemade pastries on arrival, to its innovative patisserie-style restaurant, VELO, The First Roma Dolce celebrates the Roman passion for pastry. The First Roma Dolce is also the only hotel in the city serving a full English afternoon tea with an Italian twist. Connecting rooms and suites as well as twin beds are available to create the perfect space for families. The First Roma Dolce is the perfect base from which to explore the Eternal city!
The Rome EDITION Launching 2021 Expected to open spring 2022, EDITION Hotels’ first Italian property will feature 95 guest rooms and suites, including a Penthouse suite with a private 130 sqm (1,399 sqft) terrace. The Rome EDITION will offer uniquely designed food and beverage outlets, including a signature restaurant with outdoor dining space that will make locals and visitors fall in love with its cuisine and all that comes with it; a Punch Room Bar with exceptionally crafted cocktails; and a Rooftop Terrace where guests can have the choice of a seasonal bite, a drink overlooking the city, a private gathering with friends, or all of the above. In addition to customizable indoor and outdoor event spaces, the hotel will also be home to a rooftop swimming pool, a very spacious hi-tech gym, and two treatment rooms including a couple-massage experience. With its central location a few steps from Via Veneto and Bernini’s Tritone Fountain in Piazza Barberini, The Rome EDITION is within a short walk of all the best that the city has to offer, such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Borghese Gardens and Gallery, and many other wonders that make Rome a must-see destination. At the corner of modern luxury and history, the hotel is housed within a historical striking building designed by Cesare Pascoletti in collaboration with architect Marcello Piacentini, one of Italy’s most famed architects of Rationalism in the early 20th century