The nntico hotel has been completely renovated in 2005 and from January 2006 is now under new management. Re-opened this new look luxury hotel. The hotel is located in an ancient building dating back to the late Renaissance. The building is the former residence of Giulio Rospigliosi who became Pope Clement IX in 1667. The property is located in the heart of the city centre right next to the church of Santa Maria Maggiore half way between Termini train station and the Colosseum.
This hotel is situated close to the basilica of Santa Maggiore in the Palazzo Imperiali Borromeo and is located in a late Renaissance building.
The 39 bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and well decorated, as well as very bright and entirely soundproofed. All rooms are equipped with all facilities such as en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone with direct outside line, mini-bar and safe deposit box. From most rooms guests may enjoy a suggestive view over the internal courtyard and from the other rooms over the peaceful garden. All our rooms and bathrooms have been refurbished respecting the style and period of the hotel.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
King size bed