Be Treated Like Royalty In Rome

If you’re looking for a European getaway this autumn-winter season, Hotel Splendide Royal has announced the opening of its new Splendide Wing with 16 brand-new suites. The new wing offers 4 Deluxe rooms and 12 Junior Suites and Suites up to 90-square-metres – that can accommodate up to four guests – using a fusion of classic and modern Italian styles with light tones to recreate a luminous and relaxing environment. Lavishly furnished with the best Italian marble, wide skylight windows, exclusive amenities and furniture that evoke classic heritage and celebrate modern comfort.


The Premium Suite in the newly opened Splendide Wing.


A 19th-century palace overlooking the Villa Borghese gardens, luxury five-star Hotel Splendide Royal is elaborately decorated in ornate Baroque style. Located in the Via Veneto area on a hill directly above the historic centre of Rome and the Villa Borghese gardens, this impressive hotel is just few minutes walking distance from all major points of interest. The hotel’s huge terraces provide an astonishing panorama which sweeps across the city from Trinità dei Monti all the way to Saint Peter. Hotel Splendide Royal is a member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World and together with the current Royal Wing’s 69 rooms and suites, the hotel now offers 85 keys in total.


Whether you are more a Royal or a Splendide guest, don’t miss the chance to indulge in an exclusive gourmet experience with Rome at your feet. Enjoy the Mirabelle Restaurant, one of the best restaurants in Rome located on the seventh floor of the hotel, which boasts panoramic view of the city.


Rates at Hotel Splendide Royal, which is part of the Roberto Naldi Collection, a family owned selection of luxury hotels based in Rome, Lugano and Paris, start from Bt10,300++ per night. Travellers that appreciate authentic local experiences, tailor-made service and generous spaces, tend to choose Roberto Naldi.

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