For the perfect example of contemporary Italian style in the stunning setting of the historic city of Rome, visit this new design hotel, ideal for leisure and business. Ideal for sight seeing, or romantic holidays in this magnificent city as well as business trips, with conference and meeting rooms available on top of many other useful business facilities. With excellent leisure features such as a state of the art fitness centre, free wifi throughout the hotel, indoor parking and even a stylish lobby bar. Each chic room is finished to the highest quality and fully equipped with many modern and deluxe features, including plasma TVs and private ensuite bathrooms with showers and bathtubs and are fully air conditioned to make your stay as comfortable and luxurious as possible.
Rome is home to countless world famous historic sights as well as stunning art and architecture, the epitome of this being the Vatican City. This awe inspiring sovereign city-state, landlocked within the city of Rome, is the world’s smallest recognised independent state, and whether you follow the Catholic religion or not it is guaranteed to amaze. It’s home to many of the most iconic sights of European history including St Peter’s Square and the spectacular dome of St Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel which features Michelangelo’s stunning ceiling paintings depicting scenes from the book of Genesis, the most recognisable being the Creation of Adam and the touching hands of God and Adam. On top of the more famous attractions, Vatican City holds many lesser-known but equally as impressive works of art, sculpture and architecture. As there is so much to see and learn, guided tours are recommended and there are many different options to choose from private to group tours where you will receive expert and informative guidance around this splendid city.
Also close to the hotel is the Piazza Navona, a perfect place to spend an evening with its two beautiful fountains designed by Bernini, one of Italy’s most significant artists and architects during the 17th century. Take a romantic stroll with your loved one through this buzzing square, popular with visitors as well as locals. Have a traditional Italian meal at one of the many highly recommended restaurants or enjoy the warm Italian evenings with a glass of wine and watch the street performers and artists at work to the back drop of one Rome’s most scenic Piazza’s.