The Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome is a luxury five star hotel, designed to be royal, luxurious and at the same stature of the most accredited hotels in Europe. It is located in the noble centre of Rome, a city which historically was and is once again an intersection of cultures and communication. It is not only a luxury hotel, but also a symbol of the changes taking place within the capital's fine tradition of hospitality.
The Hotel Splendide Royal, Rome reflects the grand decor and furnishings once attributed to the noble city palaces of the 17th century. With a reputation for exclusivity and excellence, the Hotel Splendide Royal, Rome event spaces, are some of the most elegant locations the city has to offer. Here, the lush and rich sumptuousness of the city's Baroque period comes to life again. 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.
The hotel event spaces can host between 10-50 guests within a range of rooms perfectly suited for a variety of corporate events including meetings, conferences, private dinners and seminars. Working lunches, pre-dinner drinks and lunches are served in the panoramic "Mirabelle" restaurant on the 7th floor overlooking the gardens of Villa Borghese. In addition, the spectacular "Limonaia" space on the 6th floor, can host cocktail receptions and dinner banquets for up to 130 guests.
The bedrooms are characterised by the luxury and spaciousness reminiscent of the elegant boudoirs of the aristocracy, featuring sumptuous Baroque style decors and nuances; boiseries, fine draperies and antique furniture all creating an exclusive yet warmly welcoming atmosphere. Nearly all of the rooms have large marble bathrooms with precious natural light and large terraces with sweeping views over the city gardens of Villa Borghese.
This 19th century palace once headquarters of the Roman Maronite community. 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. The parkland of Villa Borghese offers guests the opportunity to explore over 80 hectares of uncontaminated nature, in which to discover the most beautiful fountains, statues and admire the masterpieces of Canova and Caravaggio to name just two of the famous artists whose work one finds in the Galleria Borghese. Within easy reach one finds the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Globe theatre, a replica of the London theatre dedicated to Shakespeare, directed by Gigi Proietti. This historic centre leads visitors to an infinite number of monuments and tourist attractions; whilst for those choosing to hop onto the Line A of the city underground at the nearby Piazza Barberini station, will find the treasures of the Vatican city are just moments away.