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This refined and elegant hotel is housed in a magnificent 17th century building that first belonged to the De Fonesca family. It was re-opened in 1990 after 13 years of closure and a six-year restoration period by architect Portoghesi. Situated close to the Pantheon, it is very central, and there is a splendid view of the city from the roof garden. The guest rooms have every comfort and are tastefully decorated using elegant French fabrics. In the main hall is a statue of the goddess Minerva (created in 1850), and her reflection can be seen in the white marble flooring with its yellow swirls.
Nestled in an antique building, the Suite Sistina is anything but that. To put it simply this luxury nine suites hotel is romantic. It is a hidden gem as it is tucked behind a nondescript door on the Via Sistina and often missed by regular tourists. Each of the nine rooms is uniquely distinct, but all elucidates romance and are soundproofed. Get pampered by the silk sheets, extravagant toiletries, innovative lighting and Bang & Olufsen stereos. An organic breakfast in bed is inclusive in the price. You can also get a personal shopper who will give some handy tips for your shopping excursions.
This splendid hotel, situated at the top of the Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna, boasts of one of the best views of the city. The dining facilities are elegant and inviting, especially the Salone Eva, a winter bar, the Palm Court a summer garden bar and Imago Restaurant from which breathtaking views can be enjoyed. The rooms are decorated in classic style, furnished in antique wood and marble. The rooms that face Piazza di Spagna are very beautiful, as are those with a view of the gardens of the Villa Medici.
Hotel Eden is housed in a late 19th-century palazzo. It is a stylish, elegant hotel whose beauty lies in its tasteful decor. The entrance is sumptuous, featuring fine decor details such as luxurious drapes, carpets, paintings and porcelain, making the surroundings even more refined and chic. The rooms are decorated with period furniture and offer magnificent views of the city. There is a beautiful roof garden next to La Terrazza restaurant.
What used to be the Grand Hotel, founded in 1894 by Cesar Ritz and which became Rome's model hotel, has been re-opened after a restoration period that took a year to complete. It is now called The St Regis Grand Hotel, Rome. The decor and the services provided are aimed at making this hotel the best in Europe. The restaurant and bars housed in this hotel, offer guests a choice in dining, ranging from regional, Mediterranean cuisine to contemporary creative concoctions.
Hotel San Francesco was originally a theological institution that was transformed into a romantic boutique hotel in 2001. Comfortable rooms that amalgamate traditional architecture with modern day amenities offer guests a perfect sanctuary after a tiring day. In the mornings, guests are greeted with a delightful breakfast buffet. Steaming hot cup of coffee or tea accompanied by toast, eggs, bacon, fruit plates, cheese, croissants and mroe offer the perfect kick-start to your day. Nestled in the serene Trastevere district, this hotel is in close proximity to Rome's popular tourist attractions.
Situated in peaceful Aventino, and housed in a small palazzo immersed in lush vegetation and tranquil surroundings, Villa San Pio is a comfortable and pleasant hotel. There is an incredibly relaxing garden with a veranda that can be enjoyed in the summer months. The restaurant is great for couples on a holiday, taking care of their every need with a complimentary chauffeur-driven vehicle, flowers and gifts. A romantic venue it offers state of the art luxury at an affordable price to make it a holiday to remember. To get to know the city better, avail the private tours that are arranged by the hotel.
Hotel Dei Mellini was created by joining two adjacent buildings. The architect, Harry Gregory, has skillfully combined classical features such as columns, bas-reliefs and Liberty elements with a more modern style. Fabrics and tapestries have been carefully chosen to create a warm and charming atmosphere. The rooms are all very comfortable and furnished with English mahogany pieces. The large, bright entrance hall boasts a wonderful marble floor. Art deco is also a theme here, particularly in the public areas.
Located between St Peter's and Piazza di Spagna, and close to Piazza Cavour and Castel Sant'Angelo, Hotel Isa is nestled in a prime location amidst popular tourist attractions. The hotel has small but inviting public rooms with a friendly, efficient staff to cater to your every need. The area is very central with large green spaces all around. Ideal for every type of visitor. The rooms and the bathrooms are well decorated, with modern amenities to ensure that guests enjoy a comfortable stay.
The Hotel Aquarium offers services, comforts and conveniences that are decidedly above average for a two-star hotel, especially as the prices are low. It is situated close to the Air Terminal and Termini, both of which can be reached in just a few minutes on foot. The hotel is housed in a recently renovated building. The rooms offer every comfort and the decor is well finished. The area is quiet and there are green areas in the surrounding streets. It also offers great packages that can make your stay even more affordable.
Accentuate your stay in Rome by pampering yourself in the luxurious Aldrovandi Villa Borghese. If you choose any of the deluxe rooms, you will be accommodated on one of the top floors of this hotel, from where you can enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding areas. The hotel houses a couple of restaurants and bar that are wonderful places to binge on food accompanied by drinks. Shed those extra pounds by taking a dip in the heated pool or working out at the gym. Take a walk to the popular Spanish Steps or around the Villa Borghese, which are in close proximity.
Situated in the neighborhood of Parioli, Hotel Lord Byron makes a wonderful choice for a stay in the Eternal City. Located in close proximity to Villa Borghese Park, this hotel features just 32 rooms, every one of them extremely elegant. On the premises is the renowned Il Sapori del Lord Byron Restaurant as well as a wine cellar with an excellent stock. Shopaholics would love to stay at this hotel, what with its proximity to the world famous Via Veneto.