Ancient Roman relics, turn-of-the-century architecture and ultra-modern interiors meet at this fantastic city hotel.
There aren’t many places in the world where your hotel comes complete with its own ancient ruins; in this city hotel the remains of the 4th-Century BC Servian Wall seem as if they are just a regular addition to the landscaped gardens. The hotel itself is set within a beautifully palatial building built in the classical style at the turn of the 20th Century however the interiors have a much more modern style. As soon as you step in through the doors you’ll notice the clean lines and minimalist vibe, the marble details, the striking red accents and the bold and atmospheric photos on the walls. From the public areas to the simply-designed rooms, the whole place radiates refined style and class but what else would you expect in the Italian capital?
The setting of the hotel is also a real highlight. You’ll be a stone’s throw from Rome’s main train station and a metro station where trains will whisk you into the heart of Rome and to its almost countless sights. If you would rather explore on foot, two of the city’s most iconic sites, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum are within walking distance. By the time you return each evening you’ll be ready for a cocktail or two on the rooftop terrace. The city views will be the perfect backdrop. There’s a restaurant on site which serves typically Roman dishes and has an outdoor terrace where you can dine al fresco.
On the Cinquecento Square in the neighbourhood, or rione, of Esquilino; next to the Rome Termini, the city’s main station, and the metro station
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177 rooms and suites
• Visit the nearby Baths of Diocletia*, ancient Roman baths dating back to the 3rd Century.
Breakfast in the breakfast room.
*Denotes local charge