Discovering Rome


Rome, the Eternal City. It is difficult to tell when the myth of a City began, a city that has withstood the millennia, any era, managing to always keep the best of its immense culture to itself, as well as the finest influences from foreign cultures that have trodden upon its magnificent cobblestones.

Just as it is almost impossible to imagine the beginning and end of a map that encompasses all its beauties: Rome holds a fascinating and one of the most mysterious worlds in Europe. Its secrets are hidden in every corner of the historic quarter, in the countless churches adorned by great masters or small artisans of art.

It can also be discovered in the squares dominated by statues that evoke all the myths of the past, and still in its international triangle between Via Condotti, Piazza di Spagna, and the Corso, where the Roman “Dolce Vita” loves to meet in splendid boutiques, prestigious cafés, and high-class restaurants.

On the vastness of Rome, Italy continues to reflect, proud to be represented in the world by this boundless, open-air monument. Where streets, squares, bell towers, fountains, staircases, and palaces alone would be a unique example of the wonderful abilities of mankind to tame marble to their will, to ignite or fade colors, to be masters of lines and curves, artistic imagination and vision.

They all appear in their greatness, even in the streets of one of the oldest neighborhoods, Trastevere, trapped in a network of narrow lanes with an ancient flavor and enchanting squares. In the exploration, it is easy to enter artisan shops, biscuit factories, waxworks, and antique shops and bookstores with unique volumes still carrying the scent of ancient printing presses. Rome continues to be a world where any dream can come true.



Via Alberto Cadlolo, 101

The location is GH Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria. Then there’s Heinz Beck, a master who has been – and still is – a source of inspiration for thousands of chefs. Consulting his menu is like visiting a culinary art gallery enriched with masterpieces like lobster on charred spring onion emulsion and grape molasses or lamb loin with black lentils and buttermilk with ash. Wonders to be tasted.


Via dei Banchi vecchi, 129/A

It is the creation of Anthony Genovese, a French chef born to Italian parents. Internationality and, at the same time, love for his origins are the poles at the foundation of his “circus of flavors,” which, at the table, is enhanced by the professionalism of restaurant manager Matteo Zappile and the over 1,300 labels of the extraordinary wine cellar.


Via del Vantaggio, 14

The First Roma Arte Hotel is the home of the Michelin-starred Acquolina restaurant. Its creations are a meditation between the sea, memories, and futuristic visions. This is according to chef Daniele Lippi, who encapsulates all the goodness and beauty of the Mediterranean in his three tasting experiences.


Via Guglielmo Calderini, 64

A corner of the East in the heart of the Flaminio district. At the stove is Kotaro Nada, a chef of Japanese origin. His cuisine pursues the ideal of beauty, and alongside the more classic dishes (cacio e pepe, carbonara, and amatriciana), he also introduces innovative ideas like the potato spaghetti with butter and anchovies.


Vicolo dei Soldati, 31

For the brothers Massimo, Angelo, and Giuseppe, the Michelin star has been achieved thanks to their extraordinary attention in sourcing ingredients. Today, their menu is inspired by homemade products and a network that involves small agricultural businesses. Amatriciana, pasta ajo e ojo, and tripe Roman-style are some of the traditional dishes that have been revisited.


Viale Aventino, 121

Marco Martini, who defines himself as “the supernova of gourmet cuisine,” enchants guests in a splendid winter garden in the heart of the San Saba district. The menu ranges from some “truly Roman” offerings, with highlights like rigatoni with oxtail sauce and tortellini with mortadella and pistachio, to vegetarian creations such as steamed egg with Parmesan, hazelnuts, and coffee.


Via Labicana, 125

A breathtaking terrace overlooking the Colosseum, a space on the top floor of GH Palazzo Manfredi is the domain of Giuseppe Iorio. The menus are inspired by the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian architectural styles.


Via Giuseppe Pisanelli, 23/25

“To move forward, I always take a step back. I move towards a future that has already passed. I start with the culinary baggage of my land and see places where tradition becomes contemporary.” This is the philosophy that inspires the hand of Riccardo Di Giacinto, the chef of the Michelin-starred All’Oro restaurant.


Via Ludovisi, 49

A Michelin-starred restaurant where – as the name already suggests – the view of Rome, especially at sunset, is breathtaking. Equally spectacular is the offering by chef Fabio Ciervo, taking you on a journey between great classics and perfect harmony.


Via Goffredo Mameli, 45

Antonio Ziantoni and Ida Proietti are the young proprietors of the restaurant, located in the heart of Trastevere, who combine the finest techniques of French cuisine with a deep respect for the local ingredients.


Vicolo del Malpasso, 9

The setting of chef Giulio Terrinoni evokes the comfort of home, and his philosophy strongly emerges in the menu: sustainability, local ingredients, and a focus on “wild catch.”


Via di Santa Chiara, 4/A

The driving force behind this intimate and exclusive gourmet enclave is Francesco Apreda, recognized as one of the greatest talents of the Italian culinary scene.


Piazza della Trinità dei Monti, 6

On the sixth floor of the Hassler hotel, the Michelin-starred dishes of chef Andrea Antonini range from artichoke, sweetbreads, and bottarga to pigeon and chamomile 2.0.


Vicolo del Cinque, 58

A gem within Trastevere. It’s here that the Michelin-starred restaurant Glass Hostaria launched its haute cuisine project. Chef Cristina Bowerman goes beyond traditional Roman recipes to embrace international cuisine, heavily influenced by her years in the United States.


Lungotevere delle Armi

Cuisine and fashion are two worlds that, at high levels, become art. Enoteca La Torre, located at Villa Laetitia, the residence of Anna Fendi, knows this well. This charming early 20th-century location serves as a stage for the creations of Chef Domenico Stile.


For luxury and high fashion enthusiasts, the first essential stop is the Trident, a Roman temple of style and an area from which branch out the paths of the most exclusive Italian and international brands.

Besides the renowned Spanish Steps and the adjacent Piazza Mignanelli, the heart of luxury extends to the neighboring streets: Via dei Condotti, abundant with exquisite boutiques of the trendiest brands, Via Borgognona, Via della Vite, Via Frattina, Via delle Carrozze, Via Vittoria, and Via del Babuino, where creativity and beauty can be admired in splendid ateliers.

The streets of the historical center are the ideal place to be carried away by the elegant creations signed by designers. The most discerning individuals cannot miss out on the offerings of well-known jewelers who, among glamorous designs and precious stones, craft unique details.

In the Historic Center, near the Cathedral of Rome, the Basilica of St. John Lateran, you can indulge in the most exclusive shopping. In the southern quadrant, Viale Marconi, with its numerous boutiques.

The true pulsating artery of Roman shopping is Via del Corso, the street where you can find everything, for all budgets and tastes. Two kilometers of shops, an open-air shopping center, from luxury brands or major mono-brand stores to more budget-friendly options.

Halfway down Via del Corso, you’ll find the historic Galleria Alberto Sordi with its refined and unmistakable Art Nouveau architecture. Next to it, Via del Tritone branches off, where classy shopping opportunities abound, and it’s home to the Rinascente, an 8-story department store dedicated to major fashion, design, jewelry, and cosmetic brands.

Its terrace, overlooking the rooftops of Rome, provides the opportunity for a relaxing break while enjoying an extraordinarily beautiful panorama. Not far away, in all its splendor, is Via Nazionale.



Built in 1892, the magnificent palace that houses the Baglioni Hotel Regina is a triumph of Art Deco and classical styles expertly blended. The hotel embodies timeless elegance and offers spectacular views of the Eternal City. Thanks to its strategic location in the heart of Rome, it allows you to reach the city’s most important sites in just a few minutes.

An oasis of relaxation in the city for the well-being of the soul and body. All beauty treatments are inspired by Insìum’s Slow Revolution Wellness philosophy.

Relive the magic of the Dolce Vita by staying in the splendid Suites with panoramic views of the city and taking a tour of the most iconic places of that era. Let yourself be photographed by a paparazzo and conclude the experience with a drink at Harry’s Bar.

The Baglioni Spa, a haven of wellness in the heart of Rome, features massage and beauty treatment rooms, a whirlpool bath, sauna, Turkish bath, relaxation area, and a fitness center. All body treatments are performed using Insìum products, a high-quality cosmetic line.


Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá, an exclusive oasis of hedonism located just steps away from the main artistic treasures of the Eternal City, pays homage with its name to the first Roman empress and prides itself on being the closest hotel to the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel. This hotel is part of “The Leading Hotels of the World.”

Set amidst a landscape steeped in culture and history, it offers a relaxed atmosphere with panoramic views of Rome, an exquisite Mediterranean garden, and a gastronomic experience based on local haute cuisine.

Its impeccable design combines privacy and open spaces in the midst of nature.

Its spectacular outdoor pool, unusual for a Roman hotel, is the crowning jewel of a postcard-perfect and timeless stay.

It’s a temple of luxury and relaxation that seamlessly blends with the surrounding environment.

Stroll through the alleyways, where culture and history emerge from every corner.


For over a century, the Hassler has been recognized as one of the prime hotels in Europe. This small and atmospheric hotel pays careful attention to detail in order to make every guest’s stay an unforgettable one.

 With an unbeatable location atop the Spanish Steps, the Hassler is easy to find but very difficult to leave.Discover the magic of the Hassler during your next stay in the Eternal City.

The Hassler Suite, located on the first floor, boasts an exquisite setting with views over the Trinità dei Monti square and the Spanish Steps.

The suite, also decorated by Astrid Schiller Wirth, has been furnished with French silk, soft rugs, and stuccoes. The living room and the bedrooms are covered with period paintings and antiques.

The color theme emphasize soft colors such as white and beige, in order to avoid detracting from the beauty of the panorama.  The Hassler Bar, right behind Salone

Eva, is the perfect place for an “aperitivo” or your after-dinner-drinks. In calming, luxurious setting you enjoy the atmosphere of an English Club and piano music.

The spacious Suite has a stunning view of the historic Palazzo Barberini. The living room is separated from the bedroom, and there is a large comfortable bathroom.

The walls, decorated in Venetian stucco and grey velvet, lend a unique elegance to the room. Most Suites also have a feature much appreciated by our Guests: a special bathtub in the room from which to enjoy the view of the Eternal City in complete relaxation.


Soak up the magic of a timeless atmosphere. For more than 140 years the Sina Bernini Bristol has been a benchmark for luxury hospitality in the Eternal City.

Located in the heart of Baroque Rome, of Italian fashion and of La Dolce Vita, it is the only 5-star luxury hotel on Piazza Barberini, a handsome square just a few steps from the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.

For the most discerning palates, Il Vizio has landed in the heart of Rome, boasting a stunning location thanks to the panoramic Rooftop Restaurant overlooking the Eternal City.

On one hand, the traditional Italian cuisine of Chef Andrea Marella which offers local dishes presented with a contemporary twist, and on the other hand the innovative sushi proposal curated by Chef Marco Gargaglia, Executive Chef at Il Vizio in Perugia and Milan, together with Chef Nagano Tetsuo. Two gastronomic worlds that coexist harmoniously in a vibrant ambience with a completely new contemporary design.

In addition to the cozy gym present in the Wellness area, we also offer a wet area for the Hotel’s Guests, where they can relax in the warm steam of the chromo-therapy Turkish bath or in

the Jacuzzi followed by a chromo-therapy sauna and shower to complete the entire path for a pleasant and relaxed sensation of wellbeing.

The Spa Suite is designed for couples’ well-being, featuring a true private spa within the room with a shower, Jacuzzi whirlpool bath, sauna, and Turkish bath.

Spacious and bright, the Santa Chiara Suite provides a unique view of the historic Roman square of Sant’Eustachio and ensures the highest standards of hospitality and comfort.

Located on the fifth floor of the hotel and featuring a terrace with views of the characteristic Roman rooftops, historic churches, monuments, and treasures of the Eternal City, the Dioniso Terrace Suite offers two double bedrooms that represent the perfect balance between classical and modern aesthetics, providing an enchanting atmosphere for your stay.


Within walking distance of Italy’s most legendary destinations like Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori, the Spanish Steps, and the Trevi Fountain, guests at The Pantheon Iconic boutique hotel will discover artwork and modern design reminiscent of Rome’s golden age, from the lobby to the modern rooms and suites, each with a private wine cellar.

The elegant and welcoming atmosphere is reflected in the sixth-floor restaurant and lounge, where culinary delights and craft cocktails are complemented by stunning views of the Roman cityscape. Our Michelin-starred restaurant, Idylio by Apreda, offers a modern fusion of Mediterranean and Oriental flavors by renowned Chef Francesco Apreda.

The elegance of your hotel stay is complemented by the pleasure of dining at the Michelin-starred restaurant, Idylio by Apreda. In this temple of taste, you’ll have the opportunity to choose from the à la carte menu or opt for one of the three highly evocative tasting journeys: Idylio’s Butterfly, Essential Savors, and Iconic Signature by Apreda.

Divinity Terrace is an exclusive opportunity to admire the stunning beauty of Rome from above while savoring the unique flavors created by Chef Francesco Apreda. It’s the perfect place to experience memorable moments.


Welcome to the most exclusive and refined oasis in all of Rome, just a few steps away from Via Veneto, in the upscale Parioli neighborhood: welcome to Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa, the Urban Resort where you will be surrounded by elegance and inspired by beauty throughout your stay.

The Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa is located in the very heart of the Eternal City, surrounded by a magnificent, yet cosy, botanical garden with a gorgeous, and very privileged, view over Villa Borghese park.

Elegant, luxurious and modern, it is an oasis in which to enjoy exclusivity and wellness. The ideal place for a leiTake a well-deserved break from daily stress and worries, get rid of built-up tension and enjoy the feeling of utter and complete relaxation.

Treat yourself to our wellness treatments, by yourself or as a couple, and enjoy a truly surprising experience that involves all the senses!surely weekend, an important meeting or memorable gala event.

Get comfortable… you are about to enter the guest rooms of the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa tochoose the one in which you will sojourn while in Rome. The very act of choosing is a delight, even before the delight of your stay.

Whether with a view over Villa Borghese Park or the elegant Parioli district, there is much to appreciate in each room. A member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts and JDB Fine Hotels & Resorts, Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & SPA also offers spacious meeting rooms.


The Grand Hotel Palace is a boutique five star hotel, with 87 luxury guest rooms, in the centre of historic Rome, on Via Veneto. The impressive hotel building was once known as the Ambassadors’ Palace and the entrance is through an elegant wrought iron gate, which brings guests into a covered seating area that is reminiscent of the Bohemian street cafés of Rome.

The hotel was designed by architect Marcello Piacentini and is adorned with large, stunning frescoes by Venetian artist, Guido Cadorin. The refined Italian design and the contemporary art deco style, with marble floors, chandeliers made of Murano crystal and colourful mosaics, is influenced by the grand days of Roman architecture.

The hotel is the ideal place for business and leisure travellers to stay and has a bar, a fine dining restaurant and a bistro, which offers a relaxed dining experience. Guests can enjoy a drink or a meal al fresco, on one of the hotel terraces.

The Spa GH Palace, the hotel’s urban retreat, is an oriental oasis where guests can relax in body and mind, through indulging in one of the many different Asian holistic treatments or unwinding in the sauna or the Jacuzzi.

The Cadorin Restaurant & Lounge Bar awaits you to offer you the best of Mediterranean cuisine with dishes characterized by a strong balance between refinement and tradition. Our Chefs, always respectful of raw materials, enhance their taste and properties for an excellent culinary experience.

A gastronomic offer proposed in an elegant setting, embellished by the splendid frescoes of the Venetian painter Guido Cadorin, which satisfies the most classic palates and those who love the genuine flavors of our local cuisine.


Originally built as a guest residence for a Roman noble family in the mid-16th century, Hotel d’Inghilterra has been welcoming travellers to the Eternal City for over 150 years. Over its long history, it has hosted legendary visitors, including Mark Twain, Elizabeth Taylor, Gregory Peck and Henry James. Inside, the rooms and suites blend contemporary lines and rich colours with a timeless elegance appropriate to the aristocratic palazzo housing the hotel, a short walk from the Spanish Steps.

Located in the heart of Rome’s fashion district, between Via Condotti and Via Frattina, Hotel d’Inghilterra is the perfect place to experience the magic of Italian style.

Designed to convey a fresh Roman atmosphere, the suites at the Hotel d’Inghilterra offer guests an authentic sense of the place, with precious fabrics, original furnishings, and works of art, along with marvelous views of the Eternal City.

Relax in our newly renovated suites, offering stylish alfresco spaces and sweeping city views, and indulge in exquisite culinary experiences at Cafè Romano Restaurant & Lounge Bar, an enduring favorite of artists, writers and movie stars.

The creative dishes offered in this perfect setting are a tribute to Roman cuisine and seasonal ingredients.

For a light brunch or a full dinner, the menu ranges from authentic Mediterranean cuisine to a careful selection of Roman specialities – the classic cacio e pepe spaghetti with Roman sheep’s cheese, for example, or tonnarelli – a special pasta – with amatriciana or carbonara sauce, and lamb ribs roasted with vegetables. The menu, designed to please every palate, includes mouth-watering entrées, gourmet salads, a wide selection of meat and fish dishes and even pizza.

Penthouse Suite: the sliding glass ceiling opens to a private rooftop garden, where the guest can admire the city views from the hot tub.

Planetarium Suite: the sparkling LED ceiling above the bed is enchanting, as is the terrace overlooking the Eternal City.

Petronius Suite: featuring four spacious balconies, a private cellar, and sumptuous 18th-century furnishings.

Napoleon Suite: furnished with items that once belonged to the French leader and 19th-century artworks.


Set on Rome’s highest hilltop and boasting panoramic views of the Eternal City and St. Peter’s Dome, the Rome Cavalieri hotel is nestled in 15 acres of lush Mediterranean park. Located moments from Rome’s center and the Vatican City, this luxury Rome hotel offers a tranquil and opulent haven that feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of Rome.

Under the guidance of the renowned chef Heinz Beck, the famous menu at La Pergola Restaurant is complemented by a wine list sourced from a cellar with over 70,000 top-tier bottles, a water menu

featuring 45 choices, authentic Italian olive oil, and balsamic vinegar from the finest local producers and the best products of Mediterranean origin. All this creates an innovative and exciting cuisine, set against a backdrop of classical artworks.

At the Cavalieri Hotel Spa Center, the world of La Prairie has consistently represented one of the most innovative and artistic scientific breakthroughs, with a refined aesthetic and elegant precision. It is this passion for pushing the boundaries of imagination that has fostered the intricate relationship between La Prairie and art since its inception.


One of the favorite destinations of artists and writers, celebrities, and politicians, in 1917, the Hotel de Russie, nestled between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, was described as a “paradise on earth” by the French poet Jean Cocteau, and this appellation still holds true today.

Visit our marvelous terraced Mediterranean Secret Garden, with its rose bushes, orange trees, and majestic pines, and listen to the murmur of the small waterfall flowing into three nymphs to discover the magic of this enchanted place.

The greatest pleasure is found in sipping delightful cocktails under the stars at the Stravinskij Bar. Another wonder is the De Russie Spa, followed by indulging in the traditional Italian recipes offered by Le Jardin de Russie before immersing yourself in the exceptional comfort and elegance of a suite in the heart of Rome.

An oasis of beauty and tranquility in the heart of the Eternal City, Le Jardin de Russie is renowned as one of Rome’s most exclusive restaurants. Celebrated for its exemplary Italian cuisine, the colorful and fragrant dishes draw inspiration from the Mediterranean ingredients of the region and are overseen by the Michelin-starred chef Fulvio Pierangelini.

The spaces of the De Russie Spa are enchanting, inviting you to indulge in sensory pleasure. Let yourself be enveloped by the delicate fragrances of aromatherapy to relax, basking in the soft candlelit ambiance. Then, immerse yourself in the saltwater pool with its profound rejuvenating properties.

For a more intimate and refined stay, there’s the Splendide Boutique, featuring 16 suites in a new wing of the historic palace. It’s a small hotel within the hotel, creating a blend of history, modernity, and exclusivity. The sophisticated style aims to enchant contemporary travelers, creating a unique atmosphere that keeps pace with the times, following the new trends and styles of luxury that are not about ostentation but the pleasure of beauty and experience.

In addition to custom-made furnishings crafted by skilled local artisans, every detail expresses personality: welcoming lounges for living and enjoying the suites, decorative fireplaces to create a romantic atmosphere. The use of light colors is even more emphasized in these new suites, enhancing the Roman daylight.


It’s difficult to resist the magic of Via Veneto; impossible not to be captivated by the refined style and sophisticated elegance that the Hotel Splendide Royal offers to its guests. Step inside and experience innovative luxury, complete comfort, old-world charm, and modern technologies.

The palace dates back to the 1800s and among its treasures, it boasts a splendid original painting that features a phrase inspired by one of Virgil’s poems, which is also the essence of the new project: “Virtus sibi praemium” (Virtue is its own reward). Each suite has been designed with refined taste and without excess, featuring spacious private terraces with views of the Villa Borghese gardens.

At the Mirabelle Restaurant, both your eyes and palate will be equally delighted. Guests will find all the necessary ingredients for a complete sensory experience: excellent dishes, a triumph of gastronomic eclecticism, local and international specialties prepared by the executive chef Stefano Marzetti using top-quality, seasonal ingredients. All of this is accompanied by a prestigious ambiance and an unforgettable panorama.


Anyone who has been here can say: there is something magical. Is it because the walls of our building are steeped in history? Because of the architecture, the interior design, the elegance? Or is it just that inexplicable feeling when you know you are somewhere special, no matter why?

Today, Hotel Majestic Roma embraces its neoclassical heritage by reinventing it for the 21st century, offering guests the chance to step into one of the city’s most glamorous 5 Star Luxury hotels.

The first floor is the hotel area where the action takes place. It is there where the various reception rooms are located, as well as the restaurant, the cocktail bar… And the Via Veneto Terrace. Whether you are staying at the Majestic or just visiting, take your chance to step out on the terrace and be amazed by its 20’s look featuring marble tables, outdoor furniture, gazebos and greenery.

Situated on the second floor, the Via Veneto Suite features precious handmade furniture, rich fabrics, Wengé wood floor and beautiful area rugs. The living room is including an original 1900’s fireplace, an armoire decorated with rare marbles and an elegant walnut wood writing table. That is the beauty of its eclectic style that incorporates old and new.

Baldestein was originally created in Rome by Giancarlo Baldestein, the well-known Hair Designer from the world of fashion and entertainment, in 1983. In 2017 they moved their headquarters to Via Veneto, right downstairs from the hotel, at street level.
Customers can count on a high level of professionalism and experience, coupled with continuously updated research, both in the field of art and in the products used in the salon.

The Hotel Majestic Restaurant is not just a stunningly designed venue. Behind its splendid premises it is hosted a real enogastronomic research centre, where they are constantly at work to come up with new creations, in order to offer a unique dining and wine experience, in a magical blend of carefully studied details.

The Dolce Vita Suite is truly unique. Designed and crafted as a Roman aristocratic residence, it is adorned with rich fabrics and classical art, complete with a dreamy wardrobe and an extraordinary view.

The Penthouse Bellavista Suite exudes modern elegance, with stunning views of Rome thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows on the penthouse level of the palace.

The Presidential Suite Villa Medici is an exclusive gem, offering breathtaking views from its numerous balconies on the fifth floor. The perfect place to host guests or simply indulge in luxury.


The ever-changing light and breathtaking panorama highlight the infinite charm of Rome. At Hotel Eden, the atmosphere is relaxed yet vibrant, embodying the modern spirit of the city. Enveloped by the tranquility of the Villa Borghese gardens, yet just a few steps away from the Spanish Steps and the heart of the bustling metropolis, the hotel offers the best for every accommodation need. The view of Rome from the terraces of the suites is unparalleled.

Designed as a haven of tranquility in the heart of Rome, The Eden Spa offers a range of holistic well-being experiences and therapies. Recapturing the original vaulted rooms, the soft ambiance of the spa entrance extends to the warm treatment rooms.

At the Giardino Bar, guests can spend their evenings savoring expertly crafted cocktails, in lively company, .and with a cool atmosphere, making it the perfect place for experiencing the finest Roman nights.

La Terrazza Restaurant is the crowning jewel of Hotel Eden. Located on the top floor, it provides guests with a mesmerizing view of Rome and a creative and innovative seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, crafted with high-quality, fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, presented with an artistic touch.


Presented to the Roman society in 1894, the iconic The St. Regis Rome is a historic hotel located in one of the most spectacular palaces in the city, with unmistakable architectural features. A pioneer among St. Regis hotels in Europe and a social hub for Romans and international travelers, our five-star hotel stands out for ushering in a new era of brilliance.

The fusion of noble traditions with elegant and refined interiors has transformed this majestic place into an extremely luxurious and artistic residence. With high ceilings and abundant natural light, the rooms and suites are adorned with luxurious Rubelli fabrics, handmade glass, and collectible curiosities, creating a sophisticated and unmistakably refined atmosphere.

A remarkable contemporary reinterpretation of a historic building, The St. Regis has departed from the rigidity of the past and emerged into the limelight, a true protagonist on the Rome scene. Radiant and luminous, it combines refined elegance, disruptive art, and exceptional lighting.

Giardino Lumen: Designed as a true urban oasis, away from the city’s noise, it is The St. Regis Rome’s garden.

Lumen, Cocktails & Cuisine: This is the ideal location for an exclusive gastronomic and cocktail bar experience in a spacious and luminous setting, characterized by refined Belle Époque and contemporary details.

Champagne Sabrage: Dating back to the battles of Napoleon Bonaparte, who famously opened champagne with a saber in both victory and defeat, the art of sabrage has become part of the St. Regis’ exclusive evening rituals. “Champagne: in victory one deserves it; in defeat one needs it.” – Napoleon Bonaparte famously said.

Royal, Suite: the traditional home of monarchs, heads of state and celebrities, the Royal Suite embodies pure opulence. An entry hall leads to a beautiful living room with a grand piano. The suite also has a master bedroom with king bed, guest bedroom, two dressing closets and a marble bathroom with Jacuzzi. The private dining room is furnished with a marble table that seats 12 and is served by a private kitchen and wine cellar. Louis XVI and Piedmontese furnishings complement the wine red, gold and green color scheme and a genuine Aubusson carpet is underfoot.

The newly refurbished Bottega Veneta Suite, part of a full-scale hotel renovation, reflects the Italian home distinguished style as well as The St. Regis Rome’s character. The Bottega Veneta Suite is a unique and expansive environment created for those who appreciate handcrafted luxury and refined sensibility. The layout of the suite has been preserved to allow loyal clients to feel familiar with the interior.

Presidential Suite: artfully designed to provide an elegant layout, the suite blends tailored décor with Italian craftsmanship. Inspired by the flow of the original palazzo, the entrance hall sets the tone for a luxuriant experience, where polished marble and stucco contrasts with the white and terracotta accents associated with traditional cotto. An exquisite blend of old and new, historic features are complemented by modern sculptural pieces and an exceptional collection of original artworks.

St. Regis Suite is a tribute to Rome’s timeless elegance. An artful blend of the city’s quintessential contrast of ancient and modern, the inviting footprint combines original palazzo features with contemporary style. Offering the possibility to connect with a Superior Room, the suite is a practical and glamorous city address.

Spa Sisley Paris on the Grand Hotel St.Regis : benefit from the unique “savoir faire” and experience of a prestigious brand best known for its use of essential oils and plant extracts to create highly effective products of the highest possible quality.

Fitness Center:  well-equipped hotel gym offering cardio equipment, strength equipment, sauna and steam rooms.

The Restaurant Doney is a natural sidewalk on Via Veneto and it has a new décor born from a stylish research by Artestudio and Baxter as for the connected Café Doney, the nearby lounge bar, gathering place of the roman life.

Café Doney offers a selection of fresh and seasonal smoothies and juice, a revised drink menu and a tempting variety of hot and cold street food to be enjoyed over lunch or at cocktail hour.

Orvm Bar offers a young and refined ambience where to stay in different moments of the day and enjoy jing tea, alcoholic and non-alcoholic crafted cocktails and sweet deliciousness.

At Kamispa in The Westin Excelsior Rome, it’s an unforgettable experience of total well-being with innovative products and treatments. Hydrating, smoothing, and cleansing treatments for clean and radiant skin, combined with skilled massages using natural oils, renew and regenerate guests’ balance, caring for the body and indulging the senses. A wide range of techniques and massages are available, all focused on personal care and deep sensory relaxation, as well as traditional beauty treatments and specific relaxing and energizing therapies.


The Hotel is in one of the city’s most iconic palaces, rich in history and located on the legendary Via Veneto. The Westin Excelsior is nestled between the Spanish Steps and the Borghese Gardens & Gallery. Family-friendly hotel features 281 rooms and 35 unique Signature Suites, including one of the most spectacular and opulent suites in Europe – the Villa La Cupola. The Villa offers the ultra-elite a truly ‘Roman Emperor’ experience.

Villa La Cupola: roman escape for celebrities and unique set to celebrate special occasions, Villa La Cupola is located on the hotel’s rooftop.

The seven private terraces are ideal for intimate escapes or unforgettable entertaining events and offer a magnificent panoramas of the Eternal city.

Recently renovated with made in Italy signature fabric and high technological equipment, Villa La Cupola central attraction is undoubtedly the domed living room, which features a breathtaking frescoed cupola inspired by Rome’s palaces and villas.  Connected to the living room and serviced by a private kitchenette, the luxurious dining room is dominated by an antique Murano glass chandelier with gold finishings, modern object d’art and refined paintings, a private wine cellar and a handcrafted table adorned with a refined mosaic of

antique marble pieces. A private elevator and marble staircase lead to the Villa’s entertaining floor which features a magnificent Pompeiian-style Jacuzzi pool with mosaic floors and frescoes inspired by ancient Roman baths.

The space includes a private gym, sauna and steam bath. Connected to the living room and serviced by a private kitchenette, the luxurious dining room is dominated by an antique Murano glass chandelier with gold finishings, modern object d’art and refined paintings, a private wine cellar and a handcrafted table adorned with a refined mosaic of antique marble pieces.

A private elevator and marble staircase lead to the Villa’s entertaining floor which features a magnificent Pompeiian-style Jacuzzi pool with mosaic floors and frescoes inspired by ancient Roman baths. The space includes a private gym, sauna and steam bath.

The Imperial Suite is the gateway to the treasures and enchantment of majestic times. Located on the first floor of the hotel, the Imperial Suite overlooks the famous Via Veneto and boasts an iconic Empire style.

The Grandluxe Suites draw inspiration from the wealth of history and culture of the Eternal City to create an environment of pure luxury. In a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, each suite combines a welcoming residential ambiance with a refined sense of space. The Grandluxe Suites consist of a spacious living area and a separate bedroom, offering an ideal environment for leisure or a family stay in a homely atmosphere.


Located in the heart of Via Veneto, built in 1900 originally to host ambassadors staying in Rome, before serving as the American Embassy Library in 1946, a truly historical building, an icon of “La Dolce Vita”.

The hotel features 160 rooms and suites styled with intriguing warm tones, natural materials, combining neo-classical details with contemporary design, rendering the perfect relaxed atmosphere. Both public areas and external look and feel retain the charm of the historical splendour.

Featuring a modern and discreet luxury interiors, the Classic room offers an elevated comfort with sumptuous King or Twin beds, Egyptian cotton linen, daily refilled mini bar, Espresso machine with provisions, free Wi-Fi and smart TV. Size of the room starting from 20sqm.

On the mezzanine floor of the InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace, the fitness room is available to guests who share the ideal of “mens sana in corpore sano”

The epitome of luxury and breathtaking views at the GH’s panoramic oasis. The ambiance is unmatched, with live soft music playing as guests admire the sunset or the stars.

The vibrant flavors of Scarpetta NYC, in the heart of the hotel. This culinary gem reflects the atmosphere of the Big Apple with a unique menu celebrating its diverse culinary heritage. From classic spaghetti to exquisite steaks, each dish is prepared to tantalize the palate.

The Charlies’ rooftop, with exclusive live music and DJ sets and mixology; Anite Lounge & Bar a place to meet and relax.


Blending exclusive contemporary art curated by an art gallery with the elegance and comfort of a beautifully restored 19th-century palace, The First Roma Arte leaves an indelible impression. Its aesthetics and philosophy capture the vibrancy of Rome’s modern art scene with over 150 impressive 20th-century artworks throughout the hotel, including the guest rooms. The refined yet cozy decor, impeccable service, and creative dining experiences continue in this vein, ensuring a total immersion in art.

Acquaroof – Terrazza Molinari is the Restaurant and Cocktail Bar on the top floor of the Hotel The First Arte, and above all, it’s a captivating place to enjoy breathtaking views of Rome at any time of the day.

Acquolina is the gourmet restaurant, a two-Michelin-star establishment, located within the Hotel The First Roma Arte, in the heart of Rome, overseen by the executive chef Daniele Lippi, who possesses an extraordinary talent for surprising, delighting, and evoking wonder with creative dishes. He is a master of intriguing cuisine: nothing is as it seems. Acquolina represents the Mediterranean, Research, Raw Materials, and Playfulness. An elegant setting where modern and contemporary art surrounds you.

Living like an aristocrat in the inviting lounge area of the Junior Suite, complete with blue velvet armchairs and oak desks, surrounded by the artworks displayed in the room.

The spacious Art Suite, with the living area separated by a blue velvet sofa, elegant armchairs, an oak desk, and an Afyon marble fireplace.

In the First Suite, book enthusiasts will feel right at home, with access to a collection of literary novels to be enjoyed in a wonderful lounge area.

For a romantic and entirely relaxing stay, the Jacuzzi Suite offers a stunning private terrace overlooking the Rome.


Where Rome is more Roman than ever. Before the admiring gaze of Palazzo Manfredi’s guests, the Colosseum will seem so close that it feels like you can reach out and touch it. In a splendid 17th-century building, GH is located in the heart of Imperial Rome, and from its terraces, you can admire the remains of the Ludus Magnus, the gymnasium where gladiators used to train before their fights in the Amphitheatre.

Palazzo Manfredi offers luxury hospitality, featuring twelve rooms, two suites, and seven grand view suites, where contemporary furnishings converse with ancient artworks and paintings dating back to the 16th century. Wallpaper, oak floors, and precious marbles adorn every space in these romantic luxury suites, meticulously designed to provide guests with a unique experience.

On the terrace of Aroma, on the top floor of Palazzo Manfredi with a view of the magnificence of the Colosseum, guests can embark on a journey into the gourmet cuisine of Chef Giuseppe Di Iorio, accompanied by the sommelier’s selections and the sweet creations of the pastry chef.

The culinary offering is closely tied to the territory and the raw ingredients. Gourmet recipes rework the flavors and tastes of Italian tradition, while the wine cellar selected by the Sommelier has a distinct international influence with a particular focus on champagnes and a selection of wines comprising over 600 labels.

Between the main body of Palazzo Manfredi and the new Grand View Suites, on the ground floor and facing the Ludus Magnus, stands The Court, a prestigious mixology bar directed by Matteo Zed.

The Colosseo Suite is a wonderful, incredibly bright open space with an incomparable view of the Colosseum and the splendid gardens of Colle Oppio. Iconic designs enhance the space, featuring a mini-gym and a whirlpool tub. Thanks to a play of mirrors, the views seem to multiply infinitely.

The concept of a suite, but designed for families. Openness and freedom, with discretion, as in the two connecting bedrooms with large king-size beds and the two spacious bathrooms with marble tubs and glass-enclosed showers. Of course, with a view of the Colosseum.

The Ludus Magnus Suite allows you to admire – from a unique perspective – the remains of the ancient gladiator school from which it takes its name. It is a suite with a strong personality, from the spacious living area to the bedroom with a large king-size bed, to the sumptuous relaxation area inspired by Roman marble traditions.

Grand View Suite Penthouse: bright and elegant, it welcomes guests in a comfortable open-space living area of sophisticated elegance, which opens onto a balcony with a view of the Colosseum, perfect for relaxation.


Villa Spalletti Trivelli is unique among the historic residences—a discreet and intimate luxury villa hotel, elegant and refined drawing rooms furnished with genuine antiques, exclusive wellness centre, sumptuous rooms with every comfort.

Villa Spalletti Trivelli is situated on one of the original Seven Hills of Rome, the Quirinale, and is steps from Piazza del Quirinale and just minutes from the Fountain of Trevi. The hotel is in an ideal position for visiting Rome’s stunning historical sites as well as the elegant shopping districts of Via del Corso and Via Condotti

The terrace of Palazzo Spalletti Trivelli is a sanctuary to be enjoyed throughout the day and into the evening.

The rooftop terrace dining experience draws heavily from the local tradition, offering a simple yet delightful selection of salads accompanied by family-produced Pomario organic olive oil, freshly baked bread sandwiches, and homemade ice cream.

In the meantime, guests are invited to help themselves to drinks at the bar, which offers a range of classic liquors, wines, and prosecco to sip while enjoying the view.

A Hammam in the historic center of Rome, crafted according to ancient tradition and enriched by cutting-edge wellness research, combining the benefits of a Turkish bath and the adjoining tepidarium with detoxifying treatments. Villa Spalletti Trivelli has aimed to create an exclusive oasis of serenity for body care. The foundational idea behind the project is the individual: physical activity, a healthy diet, and a positive mental approach are expressions of the wellness concept. Villa Spalletti Trivelli also offers an excellent fitness area, featuring a well-equipped gym with an optional personal trainer and individual training programs upon request.

Junior Suite: an approximately 42 sq.-metre room with king or twin beds, this antique-furnished suite is complete with a walk-in wardrobe, small study, original antique prints and luxurious marble bathroom with shower and bathtub and refined courtesy organic bath set. The suite also has a view over the villa’s private gardens.

Our two Garden Suites are located in the building across from Villa Spalletti Trivelli, directly connected through the villa’s garden. Each apartment measures from 80 to 90 square metres and has a double bedroom, two bathrooms, large sitting room with sofa bed, kitchen and a private terrace with outdoor furniture. Guests have full access to the villa’s amenities, including the buffet breakfast in the Papier Peint Room, the hosted bar in the Arazzi Room and free access to the on-site gym, hammam and Turkish bath. Room service in the apartment is available for an extra charge.

Garden Suite: with a view over the private gardens of the villa, this approximately 55 to 60 sq.-metre suite has a separate living room and walk-in wardrobe. Decorated with antiques and original antique prints, it also has a luxurious marble bathroom with bathtub and shower and courtesy organic bath set.

The luxury apartment “Esquilino” in the building adjacent to Villa is also owned by the Spalletti Trivelli family. Description: Approximately 110 sqm, fully equipped and beautifully furnished with original paintings and antique items from the Count’s personal collection.


Monti is one of the trendiest areas, with venues boasting sophisticated and international designs, all marked by originality. Piazza Madonna dei Monti, with its 17th-century fountain, is a cultural meeting point. Some consider Monti as the prime district for the so-called Urban-chic style.

The Nightclubs
Anima Club, near Piazza Navona, spans two floors: the dance floor below, and the private area above.

Qube, on Via Portonaccio, over three floors, explores the dance music.

Jackie O’ ,on Via Boncompagni, has always been the go-to spot for the under-40 crowd in Rome.

Piper, on Via Tagliamento, encapsulates the entire history of Rome’s nightlife within its walls.

Goa Club, on Via Libetta, hosts Ultrabeat and dance and funky music nights from Thursday to Saturday.

Art Café, situated on Via del Gattopardo, is one of the top venues in the Capital, within the square between Via Veneto and Villa Borghese. It is very elegant and frequented by figures from the world of entertainment and sports.

In the Ostiense district, amidst the large murals of Street Art, industrial pavilions have been transformed into refined venues where you can spend evenings full of entertainment. It’s an area of fashionable clubs, discos, and music bars catering to all tastes.

In the charming alleys and squares of the center of Rome, such as Piazza Navona and Piazza Campo De Fiori, there are numerous lounge bars and pubs where you can listen to great live music, soaking in the true atmosphere of Roman nightlife.

Trastevere, one of the oldest and most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome, is the ultimate gathering place. It offers a wide selection of pubs, live music, wine bars, and places for aperitifs, in the alleys or around the renowned Santa Maria in Trastevere, San Calisto e Trilussa.

Not far from Largo Argentina and Piazza Venezia, you’ll find the distinctive area of Campo de’ Fiori, Via dei Giubbonari and Via del Governo Vecchio. From there, by crossing the wonderful Ponte Sisto, you can reach the narrow streets of Trastevere, with its enticing shops offering emerging artist brands. Whether it’s winter or summer, the renowned square is always bustling. The area offers plenty of alternatives. The narrow streets and nearby roads are home to numerous venues of all kinds, from wine bars to nightclubs and disco pubs, to famous gelato shops and creperies.


Among the unusual places in Rome, a visit to the Gelsomino Walk is worth considering. It’s the track of the Vatican Railway that connects Italy to the Vatican City State, transformed into a splendid stroll that reaches the gates of the Papal State. Walking along the former track, you skirt the rooftops of houses and admire the Cupolone (the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica) from an unusual perspective. Inside Villa Torlonia on the Nomentana Road, there is a building that seems to have come out of a fairy tale book for children. It’s the Casina delle Civette, the residence of Prince Giovanni Torlonia Jr. It was designed in 1840 but underwent various additions and modifications until the first decade of the 1900s.


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In the gardens of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, you’ll find this alchemical doorway, which originally was one of the five gates of Villa Palombara, owned by Massimiliano Palombara, the Marquis of Pietraforte. According to legend, the alchemist Francesco Giuseppe Borrisi was part of the Villa’s circle and conducted numerous experiments to transform matter into gold. One fine day, he was seen vanishing through the doorway, leaving behind specks of gold and a sheet with riddles and magical symbols containing the secret of the philosopher’s stone. Massimiliano Palombara had the symbols from the sheet engraved on the doors, hoping that one day someone would be able to decipher them.



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