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Suite Rome


In the true heart of Rome, you will find this 17th-century villa which was completely rebuilt in the 18th century, becoming the hunting lodge of the noble Guidi family and, from 1748, this area was known as “Giardino Guidi”. With a 1-Michelin starred restaurant reflected in a menu of classic Italian dishes on a picturesque outdoor terrace offering an unparalleled Colosseum view.  A 40 seat restaurant is at once intimate and grandiose, ideal for everything from romantic dinners to private parties.  Roman-born Chef Di Lorio has been the head chef since it opened in 2010, since which time he has developed a menu that marries his mastery of traditional Italian cooking with his flair for fresh ingredients and ideas.  A supporter of sustainable fish, he removed all tuna from the menu, now serving appetisers that showcase lesser-known species along with meat options and local produce.  His main courses revolve around pasta, featuring five different varieties.


For your stay here we have selected the following suite for you. Monumental lightness. Such is the style of this splendid suite. Sumptuous in its extraordinary openness and freedom, space which extends over different levels, with an astute use of mirrors to infinitely multiplying the views of the Colosseum and the magnificent Oppian Hill gardens.  colours, finishes, and fabrics are inspired by the rich translucence of Roman light. Delicate tones give way to the splendour of contemporary design masterpieces by Ingo Maurer, Van Egmond, Philippe Starck, and Antonio Citterio. This open space is the height of sophistication, with vibrant and dramatic transitions leading from the lounge to the king-sized bed, and from the bathroom with steam room, shower and chromotherapy to the spectacular wellness area with its mini-gym and whirlpool bath. There are a range of other suites also available with views......


Never has Rome had a more beautiful space in which to relax. Average size: 60 sqm. Reference 4445f.

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