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Suites

  • Room equipment: Fridge, espresso caffè, set boiler, courtesy beauty.
  • Private view terrace
  • No smoking bedroom
  • King size bed (2m for 2m)
  • Totally soundproof
  • Full air conditional
  • Black-out curtains
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Tv Lcd Full Hd
  • TvSmart internet browser
  • SKY gold
  • Safe deposit box

Suite Villa Medici

An intimate room with a four poster bed. Laid out before guests, here lies all the history of Rome. The Villa Medici is one of the highest points of the city, and in ancient times was part of the Gardens of Lucullus. In 1570 Cardinal Ferdinando de Medici restored the villa and its gardens, and they enjoyed their greatest moment of splendour: while the villa was enriched with marble, collections and spectacular façades, the garden became the most...

Suite Valadier

This room is dedicated to great architecture: if we cite the name Valadier we have to talk about both Luigi and his son, Giuseppe, goldsmiths, silversmiths, landscape architects and urban planners. The layout of the Piazza del Popolo was designed by Giuseppe in the Napoleonic period, as was the transformation of the Neoclassical coffee house of Pincio, the reorganisation of access to the Imperial Forum, and the well­known tower of Ponte Milvio. ...

Suite Pincio

Gardens, gardens, gardens and walks. Since ancient times, the vast hilly area of Pincio has been appreciated for its pleasant climate (far from the Tiber and its mosquitoes) and lush parks. Interestingly, it is not one of the seven hills of ancient Rome, despite being one of the most beautiful, since it is located outside of the pomoerium, the sacred walls of the ancient city. The gardens of Pincio were commissioned by Napoleon, who wanted to giv...

Suite Canova

A journey through the art of Antonio Canova, a renowned Neoclassical sculptor, whose work between 1770 and 1820 was hugely influential throughout Europe. Canova lived in the centre of Rome for many years and there are traces of his work everywhere, in all the major museums and basilicas. Nearby, don’t miss out on a visit to the Museum Canova Tadolini on Via del Babuino, and his house on Via della Colonette, which is now the studio of a great co...

Suite Ripetta

The Ripetta Suite, named after the street Via di Ripetta, commemorates the ancient port and great river city that Rome represented up until 1800 – a fact that not many people know, and that is often forgotten by Romans, too. The Porto di Ripetta (this diminutive of ‘ripa’ meaning ‘little bank’, which distinguished the port from the ‘great bank’ of the Ripa Grande in Trastevere) was the economic heart of the capital’s businesses. V...