In the very heart of Rome’s magical city centre, this world-class boutique hotel enjoys the very best in accommodation, location and hospitality. This luxury boutique hotel next to the Spanish Steps is also near to top attractions: Via del Corso, Piazza del Popolo and the Trevi Fountain. For getting into and out of the city there are quick and easy transport links to the main Fiumicino Airport which is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike. The great attention to detail and the luxury services and facilities will ensure that your stay here is stress-free and memorable! The lavish guest rooms enjoy complimentary internet access, a television and connecting rooms on request. Some even boast a private terrace or balcony to allow you to make the most of the sunny weather and long evenings. Business guests are welcome to make use of the business and conference centre should they require it.
The UNESCO World Heritage historic centre of Rome is easily walkable and provides plenty of free entertainment from just the architecture, people-watching and meandering through the squares. There is a multitude of cafés, restaurants and coffee shops serving both national and international cuisine. Experience authentic Roman dining at its best in Hostaria Constanza, a traditional eatery situated in the basement of the Pompey’s Theatre. The dishes are simple yet perfectly executed and display national and regional specialities in their best light, especially the ravioli and risotto dishes. The extensive wine list is delightful and the friendly waiters are happy to point out complimentary wines for your meal. Great food, excellent service and fine company!
If you’re looking for the legendary nightlife in Rome, head to Akab nightclub after dinner or after a few drinks in some nearby bars. This unique nightspot is frequented by residents who come to watch local live bands play, and tourists from all over the globe for the R&B and house music nights throughout the week. The venue is a former workshop and cleverly combines an outdoor garden, upper floor and underground cellar.
If you prefer a more classical music scene try the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, where symphonic orchestras and other classical ensembles showcase their talent in varied programmes running throughout the year. Many of the orchestras are led by world-famous conductors and directors including Antonio Pappano who also acts as musical director for the Royal Opera House in London. If you’d prefer music set with theatre or dance, there is of course the world-renowned Teatro dell’Opera di Roma which puts on award-winning ballets and operas in a breathtakingly beautiful building.
Enjoy your stay in beautiful Rome, Italy!