The furnishings and accessories in the Deluxe Rooms have been designed in order to integrate modern technology with the soft, elegant ambience of a bygone era. The sumptuous damasks on the walls in shades of red, green, or beige have been renewed along with the luxurious carpets and curtains. Empire or Biedermeier style furniture, velvet covered chairs, and Bohemia chandeliers add to the opulence.
The result is an old-world atmosphere modernized by thermostatically controlled heat and air conditioning, TV with international programs via satellite, voltage 220V, mini-bar, and safe deposit box. The Italian marble bathroom has a bath with incorporated shower and bidet.
Velvet covered chairs and rich damask patterns in red, green, or beige on the wall upholstery and bedding create a luxurious ambience in these comfortable accommodations. All the rooms have Bohemian chandeliers, Empire or Biedermeier style furniture, soft carpets, elaborate ceilings engraved with golden designs, and one king or two single Heavenly® Beds.
The bathroom is in Italian polychrome marble and offers all of the expected comforts and Westin White Tea Heavenly™ Bath Amenities.
Rooms can be connected, on request, with another Grandluxe Room.
The Empire style décor is practical and comfortable with soft velvet armchairs and rich damask patterns on the wall upholstery and bedding. Bohemian chandeliers, Empire style furniture, soft carpets, and elaborate ceilings engraved with golden designs characterize the Junior Suites.
The living room has a comfortable work desk with a lamp and living area with a chair and table. Some of the rooms feature a faux chimney. The Italian marble bathroom has a separate bath and shower, two separate sinks and a bidet.
Velvet covered chairs and rich damask patterns in red, green, or beige on the wall upholstery and bedding create a luxurious ambience in these comfortable accommodations. All the rooms have Bohemian chandeliers, Empire or Biedermeier style furniture, soft carpets, and elaborate ceilings engraved with golden designs.
The Italian marble bathroom has a separate bath and shower, two separate sinks, and a bidet.
The living room features two living areas and includes a sofa, chairs, a table, and a window. Some suites have a faux fireplace in both the bedroom and living room.
The recently added Veneto Suites feature circular living rooms — located in the center of the hotel façade below the Villa Cupola — overlooking Via Veneto.
Located on the first floor of the hotel, the Imperial Suite overlooks the fashionable Via Veneto. Boasting pure Empire style, it comprises a living room, a gazebo dining area for 12 people, a private study, two splendid bedrooms, and magnificent bathrooms in Siena and Carrara marble.
Exquisite décor and precious detail give life, shape, and color to an unforgettable setting. A collection of unique pieces, chosen with care from the most prestigious auction houses in Europe, create an ambience of intimate charm. These pieces include Louis XVI consoles, a candelabra, a huge 18th-century French mirror, a Bonheur du jour in Neoclassical style, and appliqués of malachite and lapis lazuli. The ceiling of the master bedroom has been painted with delicate affresco, while the second bedroom has a large bed in Empire style.
Additionally, guests of the Imperial Suite will enjoy impeccable service and the full attention of the hotel’s entire staff, as well as VIP amenities.
Located on the hotel’s fifth and sixth floors, Villa La Cupola boasts seven private terraces that allow for entertaining and sunbathing. Admire uplifting views of the fashionable Via Veneto and magnificent panoramas of our ancient city.
Inside, the villa’s central attraction is undoubtedly the domed living room, which features a breathtaking frescoed cupola inspired by Rome’s palaces and villas of Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical times. The separate study/library is fully covered in hand-carved Italian walnut wood paneling and features numerous original works of art. The media room is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology—including Dolby surround sound—that is ideal for professional presentations, videoconferencing, or simply entertaining guests.
Connected to the living room and serviced by a private kitchen, the luxurious dining room is dominated by an antique Murano glass chandelier with gold finishing. Its luxurious table is adorned with a refined mosaic of antique marble pieces, and accompanied by a private wine cabinet.
The private wine cellar offers 160 white and red bottles from Italy, France, Spain, Australia, California, Chile, and elsewhere. Also available is an excellent selection of champagne, spumanti, and Italian dessert wines.
The spacious, elegantly decorated master bedroom is also located downstairs. A private elevator and a marble staircase lead to the villa’s upper floor. Here, guests are indulged with a fitness room, a sauna, a steam bath, and a magnificent Pompeiian-style Jacuzzi pool with mosaic floors, a vaulted ceiling, and frescoes that recall the atmosphere of ancient Roman baths.
The design of this room has been accurately studied so that the horizon painted in the frescoes on the wall matches perfectly with the actual horizon that can be seen from the windows. Both the fitness and Jacuzzi rooms lead to a wide rooftop terrace, from where one can overlook the entire city, with the Cupola of St. Peter’s Basilica visible in the distance.
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