Hotel Splendide Royal
A Luxurious 5 Star Hotel Located in Rome
Excellence is what the Hotel Splendide Royal boasts having a strategic position in the heart of the Eternal City, just few steps away from Via Veneto, overlooking the beautiful garden of Villa Borghese. This recently renovated, 19th century palace with its elegant gourmet terrace overlooking the city will assure your in romantic Rome will be beyond memorable
Welcome to the Hotel Splendide Royal Roma!
The Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome is a luxury five star hotel, designed to be royal and luxurious.
The Hotel is located in the noble centre of Rome, a city which historically was and is once again an intersection of cultures and communication.
After more than one year of re-structuring, this 19th century palace once headquarters of the Roman Maronite community - only a stroll away from Via Veneto – today it is a luxury hotel and, in its own way, a symbol of the changes taking place within the Capital City's fine tradition of hospitality.
The hotel is "toutcourt", full of that warmth and familiarity found usually only among friends. Guests appreciate the richness in style and the wide spaces – in distinct contrast with the typical present-day minimalism governing most new hotels' interior decor and design.
The Baroque Rome of Bernini, Borromini and Pietro da Cortona, the city that tourists admire everyday by just walking through its streets and across its piazzas finally has a hotel which gracefully offers that same decor and furniture once only to the noble palaces of 17th century Roman aristocracy. Here, the lush and rich sumptuousness of the city’s Baroque period comes to life again.
The Murano glass chandelier which Luchino Visconti chose for the ballroom scene in his masterpiece film “The Leopard”, now lights up the hotel’s hall amidst the marble floors’ geometric designs.
On the walls, golden “boiseries” enhance the warm tones of brocades while the Winter Garden’s sparkling stucco and lush mirrors reflect the soft and natural rays of light beaming in through the vault from above.