Discover our Hotel in Rome
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Designed by Francesco de Sanctis and constructed in the early 1700s, the Spanish Steps link the Piazza di Spagna and the Pincian Hill, and are located just steps from Hotel Eden.
The iconic Trevi Fountain is famed for being the site of Anita Ekberg’s legendary frolic in La Dolce Vita. The landmark is especially lovely at night and is the perfect place to highlight the romance of a visit to Rome.
The Roman Forum, once the site of elections and processions, is a rectangular space surrounded by the ruins of many different ancient government buildings. Located at the west end of the Forum, The Temple of Saturn is particularly impressive, and dates back to 500 BC. If you can’t decide what to do, the hotel concierge can help to plan any itineraries and excursions.
Art in Rome
The Santa Maria della Vittoria is home to one of Rome’s most influential and inspiring pieces of art – the sensuous sculpture of The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa, by Bernini. Like many of Rome’s other top attractions, the church is also located close to Hotel Eden.
The Galleria Borghese is packed full of world-famous masterpieces. From Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne to Titian’s Sacred and Profane Love – the gallery is a must-visit for art lovers.
Rome’s famous opera house, the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, was built in 1880 and has a staggeringly opulent interior. In the summer months, performances are held in the open air at the Terme di Caracalla (Caracalla Baths). Ask the concierge at Hotel Eden for more information about events taking place during your stay.
Built in 1732, the Teatro Argentina is one of the oldest theatres in Rome still operating today. Culture vultures can watch plays, ballets, and experimental performance pieces in this beautiful venue.
Built at the turn of the 20th century, Teatro Eliseo is also one of Rome’s grand theatres. Its season of performances includes a mixture of classical plays.