Superb high quality hotel close to Via Veneto – 4 star – Rome

4-star boutique with plenty of period charm

4-star boutique with plenty of period charm

Booking Agent Description: The bar serves a variety of drinks, coffees and pastries. The restaurant is open for buffet breakfast, table d'hote lunch, and an a la carte dinner..This 4-star boutique hotel has a great location in the heart of the city, close to Grafton street's shops and St Stephen's Green. Making a stunning first impression with its beautiful period architecture, the hotel's interiors have been elegantly converted, and the on-site bar and restaurant are great places to relax. As is your room, which is fitted with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and private bathroom.Car parking is available for residents at 10.00 Euros per 24 hours & 2.00 Euros per hour thereafter. The car park is located within approx. 2 minutes walking from the hotel. Please contact the hotel reception for car park access codes and location details.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.

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This superb high quality hotel close to Via Veneto is a fine choice for even the most discerning of travellers. The property promises to make your stay in Rome an unforgettable experience by providing you with a home away from home and a number of luxury services and facilities. The hotel reception offers a limousine service to take you out for dinner, the opera or wherever you desire for the ultimate romantic evening. Other facilities include a free newspaper, night porter and onsite parking. The comfortable and spacious guest rooms boat cable television, a minibar and en-suite bathroom and business travellers are welcome to make use of the meeting rooms with photocopying and fax facilities.

Whether this is your first or hundredth time to the city, there is always something new and exciting to do and see. The nearby Via Veneto is a fashionistas dream; the wide avenue is lined with prestigious designer stores and upmarket restaurants and bars. World-renowned fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Chloe all have boutiques along the street and their store-fronts are entertaining enough to just spend the afternoon window-shopping – though it’ll be hard to resist the temptation not to enter! The TAD department store is an innovative and conceptual one-stop destination for everything from CDs and clothes to perfumes and flowers. If you’ve got some spare time, you can even get your hair cut here too!

For a sumptuous taste of the sunny island of Sicily book a table at Siciliainbocca, a delightful eatery serving typical southern cuisine. The interiors are inviting and homely, with lemon yellow walls and brightly coloured ceramics which create a warm glow and a comforting atmosphere in which to enjoy the stunning food. The seafood dishes are divine, as are the Sicilian delicacies such as caponata, pantelleria and cannoli. Come and see for yourself why the island is so well known for its food and hospitality!

Get your historic fix at the Museo Nazionale Romano in Palazzo Altemps, where you can admire hundreds of years of art and culture embodied in the impressive collection of classical sculpture. Many of the items were originally part of the well-known 17th-century Ludovisi collection, and a highlight from this includes the Throne of Ludovisi which portrays a new-born Aphrodite being plucked from the ocean. Around the sculptures on the walls are gorgeous baroque frescos that are so full of detail and artistic genius that they could fill a museum in their own right.