Rome's elegant Hotel Splendide Royal is conveniently located near some of the Eternal City's main historic sites, and overlooks the magnificent Villa Borghese gardens, giving it an ambiance of peace and serenity amid one of the world's most iconic cities.
Hotel Splendide Royal is one of the most elegant hotels in Rome, elaborately decorated in the ornate Baroque style with Murano glass chandeliers, marble floors, gilt mirrors, oil paintings, and rich fabrics. In the lobby, a domed skylight and an original glass chandelier from Luchino Visconti’s 1963 classic The Leopard take center stage, with marble busts and porcelain vases placed throughout the space.
The grandeur continues in hotel’s 69 guestrooms and suites in the Royal Wing, where high ceilings, low lighting, and damask wallpaper add to the rich style. In the bathrooms, you’ll find black marble, rain showers, and luxurious Etro bath amenities. Many of the rooms also have private terraces looking out over the city.
In the Splendide Wing, you’ll find 16 rooms and suites that pair traditional and modern Italian style with light tones, skylight windows, and Italian marble. The result is relaxing, light and airy rooms with a refined, contemporary design.
The Mirabelle restaurant’s seventh-floor terrace offers one of the best views of Rome with St. Peter’s Basilica on the horizon and the gardens of Villa Borghese below. Paired with chef Stefano Marzetti’s Italian dishes, regarded as some of the best in the city, yours is an unparalleled dining experience. Just one floor down, panoramic city views abound in the Crystal Lounge, where you’ll find a daily breakfast service. The hotel also has 24-hour room service for fine dining in private.
As one of the most culturally significant cities in the western world, there are a number of excellent sites and museums to explore in the Eternal City. The historical and archaeological sites like the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, and Trevi Fountain are close by. From Hotel Splendide Royal, visit the boutiques of Via dei Condotti, the Piazza del Popolo, and explore the art collection and paintings by Caravaggio and Canova in the Borghese Gallery.Request Information