Luxury Rome Hotels

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If your travel in Rome is well-funded and you want to indulge in the luxury of the Eternal City, you have to try the accommodations of the prestigious five-star hotels. These hotels are strategically located in the famous spots of the Eternal City and offer a luxurious and state-of-the-art accommodation for you and your guests.

One of the luxurious hotels the city has to offer is located in Rome’s most celebrated avenue Via Veneto, it is the Westin Excelsior, Rome. This hotel offers spacious rooms furnished with rich custom fabrics, Imperial, Renaissance and Biedermeier style furnishings with walls and ceilings hand-decorated by master artisans. You can enjoy Roman specialties at the Doney restaurant or a cappuccino at Gran Caffe Doney. It is also in Westin Excelsior that you will find the largest suite in Europe, the Villa La Cupola 레플리카.

The Grand Plaza Rome is one of the treasures Rome is most proud of. This hotel has been home to many celebrities and has been used as locations of numerous films. It also caters to royal gatherings and even some of the Papal events and visits. It is located few blocks away from the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and one of the world’s famous shopping streets, Via Condotti.

The International Palace can be found in the center of the Eternal City. It boasts the mixture of modern hospitality and classic elegance. Its 120 rooms are individually decorated with antique furniture, preserving their classic elegance while providing the comfort of a modern hotel. Individual rooms are equipped with hair dryer, air conditioning, mini bar, in-room safe, work desk, satellite TV and wireless access card which will be available soon. Located and surrounded by artistic treasures and accessible to shopping malls, cinemas, restaurants and theatres, International Palace provides with you with wide choices of leisure and fun.

As one of the most renowned hotels in Rome, Regina Hotel Baglioni, offers a taste of elegance and luxurious living. It bears the name “Regina”, Italian for “Queen” for it housed Queen Margherita of Savoy for 14 months. It showcased large entryway with vaulted ceilings and crystal chandeliers, a sweeping bronze and marble staircase and sitting areas with richly patterned furniture.

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