For a real taste of five star indulgence this hotel does not disappoint, providing every top end feature imaginable the hotel strives to provide you with a luxuriously relaxing and enjoyable stay in one of Europe’s most beautiful and intriguing cities. The hotel provides many useful amenities such as underground parking, airport transfers and a 24 hour reception desk. Reward yourself after a long day of sight seeing at the hotel spa featuring Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and spa, take a dip in the indoor pool or really relax with a massage from one of the hotel’s own professional masseurs. Feeling energetic, get in a work out at the hotel’s private fitness centre. The deluxe rooms are lavishly equipped and finished to the uppermost standard to ensure that your stay is as sumptuously comfortable as possible. This luxurious hotel dream right in Via Veneto is sure to make your stay unforgettable!
Situated on the Via Veneto this hotel calls home to one of Rome’s exclusive and glamorous streets, with a selection of Italy’s and world’s top designer fashions and accessories. Whether you want to further indulge in some major retail therapy or just want to enjoy the window shopping this beautiful street is a great place to stroll or stop for a coffee and partake in some people watching of Rome’s elite. Widely known as the setting of Federico Fellini’s 1960 film classic, La Dolce Vita you can still visit the spots made famous by this legendary film, follow in the footsteps of Sophia Loren and Burt Lancaster and enjoy a drink or meal at Harry’s Bar or Café de Paris.
Just north of the Via Veneto are the large and beautiful gardens of the Villa Borghese, originally built for Cardinal Scipione Caffarelli Borghese during the 17th century, open for public tours of the Villa itself as well as the Galleria Borghese featuring the original art and sculpture collection of Cardinal Scipione, it is advised to book tickets for tours ahead of time to avoid a long wait. The gardens that surround the Villa Borghese are the biggest yet most scenic of Rome’s public parks making it the perfect spot to enjoy a romantic picnic, rent a bicycle or simply meander around the vast park’s beautiful and natural space. Spend the warm Italian evenings at the wonderful Piazza del Popolo, meaning the people’s square in Italian, it lives up to its name as a popular Piazza with the locals and tourists alike, with a great selection of traditional Italian restaurants and bars.