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This relatively small, smart hotel, situated in an early 19th-century building, has a romantic atmosphere. The foyer is decorated with frescoes of the city. The paintings, stuccos, and colored glass, the cherry wood in the bedrooms, the hand-crafted furniture, and the Trani marble in the bathrooms, all add to the air of individuality that the hotel possesses. There is a wonderful suite with a terrace facing onto Piazza Barberini. Personal attention and courtesy make for impeccable service.
The Hotel Quirinale has a long tradition of high-class hospitality. The building was constructed in 1865 at the time the famous Via Nazionale was being built. An internal garden theatre separates the hotel from the Opera Theatre. It was at this hotel that famous composers and musicians such as Puccini and Verdi and many members of Italian and foreign aristocracies stayed. The rooms are all resplendent with antique furniture, predominantly in Imperial style.
This hotel is one of the most prestigious and elegant in its class and is situated between Piazza di Spagna and Via Veneto. Housed in a Victorian palazzo, the rooms are spacious, comfortable and soundproof. Some of the rooms look out onto the greenery surrounding Villa Borghese. It is also one of the kids friendly hotels in Rome with amenities like babysitting and day care available.
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.
Home to Rome's biggest conference center, Rome Cavalieri is set in impressive grounds and offers guests the last word in luxury. A rooftop garden provides sophisticated surroundings for one of the capital's most exclusive restaurants, La Pergola, while the conference center is amply equipped with its own bars and restaurant. Bright, modern rooms each have a private terrace with a fabulous view across the city and marble bathrooms are standard throughout. Business travelers will love its exquisitely furnished rooms and executive suites on the eighth floor. After a long day in the city, The Grand Spa has exclusive treatments like Swiss therapies and Ayurveda for your tired muscles. Massages can be followed with a dip in any of the hotel's four swimming pools. For those who need a rigorous workout, a gym and a yoga room are also available on site. Lastly, the hotel also houses a Quiet Room where guests can reflect and recoil in comfy divans; this experience is quintessentially Roman.