For one of a kind luxury and an ideal central location this boutique hotel in the heart of Rome ticks all the boxes. Each room is packed with plenty of useful features for your convenience and comfort such as air conditioning for the hot summer months, double glazed windows to block out any city noise for peaceful nights sleep, a flat screen LCD TV in every room with a games console for a fun night in and free internet access in each room and throughout the hotel. On top of it’s great features and original style this hotel benefits from being a stone’s throw from a number of Rome’s best attractions and most iconic sights.
Among these iconic sights is the Colosseum, during the Roman Empire it became the world’s largest amphitheatre and it still holds this claim today. The Colosseum is a prime example of the innovation and ground breaking feats in architecture and engineering that define the Roman Empire. See this wonder with your own eyes and experience first hand the gruesome yet remarkable history of the gladiators that would fight to the death against vicious wild animals in front of crowds of thousands and the Emperor himself. Within the walls of the stands there is an informative and interesting exhibition telling the nearly 2,000 year history of the Colosseum from it’s design and construction to the present day.
If the busy streets and popular attractions become too much, then luckily the hotel is not far from the Villa Borghese a gorgeous 17th century villa that was originally built for Cardinal Scipione Caffarelli Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V. The Villa is now open for tours and is home to a charming gallery, the Galleria Borghese that features paintings and sculptures that were once the personal collection of Cardinal Scipione. However, the Villa is also within Rome’s largest and prettiest Public Park, relax and unwind in the large green space or rent bicycles to explore this beautifully scenic park.
Also not far from the hotel is the Trevi Fountain or Fontana di Trevi, an image that is synonymous with Rome’s Baroque Architecture. At 26.3 metres high and 49.15 metres wide it is the largest fountain in the city and is arguably one of the worlds most breath-taking and beautiful fountains. Legend has it that if you throw a coin into the fountain you are assured you’ll return to Rome, but with it’s stunning architecture and art, fascinating history and culture will make you want to never leave.