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Choose a contemporary style close to the Romans forum and immerse yourself in the famed Roman culture and sophistication when you stay at this modern and graceful Top Secret Hotel in the city’s Esquiline district. Conveniently located within easy distance of the main train station, Termini Central Station, and just minutes from the old political heart of the city, the Roman Forum, the property is in the perfect position for exploring all the many sights and attractions. From the moment you walk into the hotel lobby you’ll be struck by the beauty and elegance of the furnishings and interior design; the reception is flooded in natural sunlight coming through the grand double windows, the flooring is crafted from stunning Venetian mosaics and the walls are adorned with traditional Stucco paintings.
Modern facilities such as free WiFi, air conditioning and a fully-equipped conference centre ensure that guests are provided with everything they need for a comfortable and hassle-free stay. All of the stylish guest rooms enjoy marble en-suite bathrooms, climate control and flat screen LCD TVs.
Situated in the heart of the international district of Esquilino, between the sprawling Esquiline Hill and the Celian Hill, this hotel benefits from an energetic and diverse neighbourhood, jam-packed with activities for every type of traveller. For those hoping to get a closer look at the real history of the city will revel in the chance to visit San Clemente, one of Rome’s most significant and awe-inspiring archaeological sites. It was discovered by Joseph Mullooly in 1857 who came across three distinct layers of architecture under the present basilica; two churches and a temple built in succession on the same site in the 2nd, 4th and 12th centuries. Visitors can now visit each one and marvel and their fascinating past as seen through intact frescoes, shrines, stone sculptures and narrative mosaics.
Named after its dynamic owners, Agata and Romeo restaurant is homage to traditional Roman cuisine that brings a modern and creative flair to every dish it serves. Ingredients are always seasonal, fresh and of the highest quality to produce modern Italian favourites, including cacio e pepe (tossed pasta with mature cheese and saffron) and cod cooked 5 ways. The friendly waiters are always happy to suggest a complimentary beverage from the impressive accompanying wine list for whichever gourmet dish you go for.
After a delightful dinner, make your way over to the oldest Irish pub in the city for a warming pint in the Fiddler’s Elbow. The atmosphere is more down-to-earth and animated that its trendy neighbours, often encouraging a sing-along when the place is full enough.
We hope your trip to Rome is once-in-a-lifetime!