This Top Secret Hotel provides you with a brilliant combination of contemporary comforts with the convenience of being located in the beautiful modern city centre of Rome.
The view from your room’s balcony allows you to take in the stunning sights of this ancient city, all of which are within close walking distance. With a 24-hour concierge and staff who are happy to help with any advice you may need during your stay, you’ll always feel welcome and be able to make the most out of your visit. In-room services include air-conditioning, an en-suite bathroom, comfortable beds and a mini-bar to make your stay as relaxing as possible. The lobby itself also provides a variety of facilities such as Internet access, a luggage room, and a safety deposit box.
This high quality new hotel in the trendy centre of Rome means that you are just a few minutes walk away from the vast array of shops that make Rome one of Europe’s most sought-after destinations. The Via Veneto is also host to some of the city’s finest restaurants; perfect for either lunch or evening meals with some of the best cuisine Rome has to offer. The property’s location is at the heart of some amazing attractions such as Le Quatra Fontanne, the Aurelian walls, and the Quirinal Palace – home of the Italian President.
Rome is most famous for its diverse and intricate history. Take the time to visit the ancient ruins, which have led to the city centre being a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some of the must-see landmarks include the imperial palaces on Palatine Hill, the fantastic Baths of Diocletian, and Augustus’ Ara Pacis (altar of peace). Be sure to take in the beauty of the exquisite Pantheon, and explore the history of the home of the infamous Gladiator battles in the Colosseum. The Borghese Gardens are visited by thousands of tourists every year, and contain a tranquil lake, gorgeous fountains, and several fascinating museums.
With religion playing a prominent role in Italian history, a visit to Rome would not be complete without a visit to the Vatican City – the home of Catholicism. Along with St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican contains other fascinating sites such as the Vatican Library and the Raphael Rooms. Here, visitors can find the works of leading cultural figures such as Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Botticelli. With over 900 churches and basilicas in Rome and the Vatican, you’ll soon see why Rome is regarded as the epicentre of the Christian world.
Home to some of the world’s best art collections, art-lovers can explore a wealth of prestigious galleries such as the Palazzo Doria Pamphilli, the Galleria Colonna, and the Palazzo Barberini to name a few.
With so much to see, you’ll be sure to have a fantastic stay in the glorious city of Rome!