Set in the heart of Rome’s enchanting historic centre, just a few minutes from the famous Trevi Fountain, this brand new luxury hotel near St. Peter’s Cathedral is the perfect pick for an enjoyable city break. The comfortable property offers all the necessary services and amenities to guarantee a unique and memorable stay, whether you are travelling for business or leisure. All the facilities on offer are state-of-the-art and provide the utmost convenience, including valet parking, safety deposit boxes, limousine service, complimentary WiFi, and theatre reservations. The long list of leisure facilities, such as the lobby bar, reading room and badminton courts ensure that your stay here will be utterly peaceful and stress-free.
Rome is so full of exciting and entertaining things to do that you’ll never be bored and no two days will ever feel the same. Whether you prefer to spend your time browsing independent craft boutiques, marvelling at ancient ruins and colossal, millennium-old monuments or sampling the best cappuccinos in the city, you’ll find it all here! And once you’ve tried and tested all the regular tourist excursions you can start to discover the more hidden treasures the capital has to offer. The Campo de’ Fioro is a great way to immerse into the Roman culture from the get go. The bustling market is packed from floor to ceiling with exotic fruits, fresh fish and locally produced cheese and vinegars. Why not wake up early, buy a tasty baguette on the way to the market and visit the stalls to sample the wide variety of exquisite olive oils?
For a spectacular view over Rome’s rooftops, climb to the top of Gianicolo Hill and admire the picturesque scene. Also while you’re here, listen out for the sound of the cannon that fires every day at midday to commemorate the victory of the battle for Rome that was won here. Take a picnic of takeaway pizza, a bottle of wine and gelato, and while away an afternoon, making the most of the fresh air and the break away from the hordes of tourists that occupy the city centre. Another spot for stunning panoramic views of the city can be found at the top of the National Monument of Victor Emmanuell II – which doesn’t require as much climbing!
Escape the busy centre in the young and trendy San Lorenzo neighbourhood, and wander the charming streets dotted with independent boutiques, pavement cafés and cheap and cheerful eateries. Located just to the south-east of the main Termini Station, it is where the local students tend to hang out and where they claim to have the best hot chocolate in Rome! Go and decide for yourself in any one of the authentic coffee shops in the area!
Enjoy your stay in Rome, Italy!