Fall in love with Rome while you stay in this sophisticated hotel overlooking the Pantheon. Located in the shadows of the magnificent Pantheon, this hotel is housed within a classical 17th century building boasting original features and stunning interiors. On top of the building, in the hotel’s rooftop terrace and garden you will be able to enjoy unparalleled views over the ancient city’s skyline – a sight that is postcard-perfect all year round. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, as you are made to feel right at home by the property’s friendly staff from the moment you arrive. The lobby reception is open 24 hours a day and provides a number of services such as free newspapers, luggage room, laundry and private car transfers should you need any during your stay. Each well-appointed guest room and suite is stylishly designed and enjoys the use of a mini-bar, free internet access, air conditioning and safe.
As well as a few minutes’ walk to the Pantheon, the property is also ideally close by to two of the city’s most famous squares, Piazza Navona and Piazza di Spagna. To get a taste for why Rome is widely considered one of the most beautiful and influential cities in the world, take a leisurely stroll through the piazzas and around the Historic Centre to marvel at the ornate monuments and statues, serene fountains, breath-taking palaces, ancient churches and basilicas and majestic ruins.
Having been granted with a UNESCO World Heritage Site status is a credit to the beauty and cultural and historical significance of the oldest part of the city – once the centre of one of the world’s greatest civilisations. History enthusiasts should not miss a trip to see inside the millennium-old Pantheon, which is surprisingly intact considering its age and tumultuous past. Be sure to direct your attention up where you will notice ornate details and a hole in the ceiling letting in natural light and bathing the inside in a warm glow.
Art-lovers will be spoilt for choice among the vast number of world-class museums and galleries, especially in the Villa Borghese which is occupied by the Galleria Borghese, the Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia and the Museo Nazionale d’Arte Moderna. Of course no trip to Rome would be complete without visiting the Vatican City, where there is also a great deal of spectacular artistic masterpieces and a number of museums showcasing works by Raphael, Da Vinci, Giotto and Perugino.