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Superior Rooms feature large marble-tiled bathrooms with elegant marble vanities. Each room is appointed with custom cabinets containing a mini-bar and writing tables in dark wood and gilt. Carved and gilded Empire-style furnishings echo rich red-and-gold or subtle blue-and-gold color schemes. (269-323 Square Feet / 25-30 Square Meters) More >
Deluxe Rooms feature large marble-tiled bathrooms and elegant marble vanities. Furnishings are Empire-style and the décor is in tones of “Roman” red, gold, and beige (323-377 Square Feet / 30-35 Square Meters) More >
Each detail of our Imperial Rooms has been carefully considered keeping the guest’s needs and desires in mind. Spacious and luxurious, they are the largest of our non-suite rooms and feature sumptuous furnishings and décor. (377-431 Square Feet / 35-40 Square Meters) More >
Junior Suites feature soft velvet armchairs, sofas, and curtains in warm tones of red, gold, and beige—complete with views of Bernini’s church of St. Maria della Vittoria on Via XX Settembre, in select suites. (592 Square Feet / 55 Square Meters) More >
Each Ambassador Suite is personalised by a different color scheme and refined décor and amenities throughout, the effect is warm and elegant. Precious damask fabrics, Murano glass chandeliers and lamps, original frescos and stucco give a distinct flair to each suite. (861 Square Feet / 80 Square Meters) More >
Stunning platinum and gold colors characterize the Designer Suite. The golden tones of the entrance hall are extended into the living room which blends Belle Époque detailing with modernist furnishings. The accent furniture is largely in the style of 1940’s France. Coffered ceilings, richly detailed wood, and marble floors, sumptuous yet decidedly contemporary architecture, furnishings and fabrics lend a unique style.
(1,399 Square Feet / 130 Square Meters) More >
The captivating Couture and Bottega Veneta Suites afford ample space to allow for a guest’s every need and desire. Thoughtful design is evident in the artwork and furnishing choices made throughout. Contrasts in colors and moods distinguish these accommodations: While the Bottega Veneta Suite is more ethereal and tranquil, the Ambassador Couture Suite features seductive dashes of red. Each suite can be booked with two connecting rooms to create a three-bedroom, three-bathroom suite. More >
The powerful and famous—from Richard Burton to Juan Peron and Princess Grace to Richard Gere—have enjoyed the Royal Suite. The best of the hotel’s 18th and 19th century antique furnishings are found here, some purchased by the Aga Khan when he owned the hotel. The coved ceiling of the dining room is decorated with a mural inspired by Pompeii, a detail in keeping with the suite’s many other fine appointments. (3,229 Square Feet / 300 Square Meters) More >