Panoramic views of Rome
The sweeping 180° panoramic view from our top floors lets you see many of the most famous city sights without even leaving the hotel.
Let us give you a sneak preview of the Eternal City’s many well-known landmarks you can gaze upon from our 6th floor.
Palazzo del Quirinale
Built in the 16th century as the papal summer residence for Pope Gregory XIII, this palace is now the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic.
Altare della Patria
Completed in 1925, Altare della Patria is a vast monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of unified Italy. It’s referred to locally as ‘the typewriter’ or ‘the wedding cake’.
This imposing 16th century villa was built as a private residence for the Balì de Breteuil, ambassador for the Order of Malta, hence its name.
Trinità dei Monti
Commissioned by King Louis XII of France, Trinità dei Monti is a beautiful 16th century church overlooking the nearby Spanish Steps and famous Piazza di Spagna.
St Peter’s Basilica
Located in Vatican City, this celebrated Renaissance era basilica is one of the largest churches in the world and regularly hosts the pope. It’s widely regarded as the greatest building of its age.
Originally built for the Medici family, this stunning Renaissance palace is now home to the French Academy. The villa’s picturesque formal gardens were famously described by the writer Henry James as “The most enchanting place.”
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