Our Head Concierge Alessandro Arciola and his team are entirely dedicated to your every desire, and nothing is too much to make your stay at the Eden a memorable one. They will be delighted to assist you in organizing your holiday in the Eternal City.
Car Services:

Transfer from/to the airport (Fiumicino Airport or Ciampino Airport) with a Mercedes Classe E from 98 EUR  - each way 
Transfer from/to the Civitavecchia Harbour with a Mercedes Classe E from 267 EUR - each way

Book your private transfer directly online 
- Chauffeur driven cars or self-drive car hire
If you require any assistance in organizing your trip to Rome, feel free to contact our concierge. Concierge service is always available

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Local temperature 32°C(90°F)

Local time 3:28 PM

Time zone GMT +1

Currency Euro

Language Spoken Italian

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Hotel Eden

Hotel Eden There are hotels steeped in history. Hotels that are icons of hospitality, symbols, desirable destinations. Rome, the Hotel Eden - since 1889 the art of being. More that 120 years old but the Eden doe... Find out more

Our Gallery

Enjoy our photo galleries as we take you on a virtual tour of Rome

What's On

Marc Chagall
16 March 2015 - 26 July 2015

Marc Chagall: Love and Life

Over 150 works by renowned artist Marc Chagall are on display at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome this summer.Tracing the life and loves of Marc Chagall through his art, this exhibition brings togeth...

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Steve McCurry
18 April 2015 - 20 September 2015

Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo at Cinecittà si Mostra

After being displayed for a time in Milan, Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo has relocated to Rome to tempt photography lovers in the Eternal City. Steve McCurry became “an icon of photography,” with...

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Viaggio Nei Fori
25 April 2015 - 01 November 2015

Viaggio Nei Fori: Journeys Through Ancient Rome

Under the banner of Viaggio Nei Fori (Journeys into the Forum), two new interactive performances will seek to bring Roman history to life. From spring until autumn, Rome will play host to a new ser...