Renovated in 2007, set within an area of tranquillity, this historic building has been elegantly transformed to offer a relaxing and memorable stay, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Dating back to the early 1900's, the hotel was built by the renowned district liberty Coppedè, taking its name from the famous residence of the noble Torlonia. Guests can enjoy fresh drinks served by the Lounge Bar at the amazing open spaces this building offers. The hotel provides a welcoming meeting room equipped with technical congress equipment support. Wired Internet access is available in public areas and is free of charge. Private parking is possible on site with a charge per day. The hotel also has 2 comfortable suites which open onto the inner garden and are separate from the 2 main buildings.
This hotel is an elegant building with a great charm located strategically between Via Nomentana, Trieste Path and Boulevard Regina Margherita. Not far from the Villa Borghese, the hotel is surrounded by trees in a peaceful setting which is close to the historic centre of Rome. The name of the hotel is taken from the famous residence of the noble family Torlonia that lies nearby and stands as one of the city's green lungs. The tranquillity and refined taste of the area will allow guests to unwind during their stay, be it for a pleasant business meeting or a relaxing holiday. The Colosseum is just 3 km away. Rome's Ciampino Airport is 15 km away while Fiumicino Airport is 25 km away.
The rooms have all been decorated and finely furnished with taste and sophistication to offer guests every kind of comfort. It also has 2 comfortable suites situated on the inner garden and separated from the 2 main buildings. The en suite rooms have a balcony or terrace, direct dial telephone, TV, minibar, individually adjustable climate control system, hairdryer, parquet or carpet floors and a safety deposit box.
Near the hotel guests can admire many places of interest including Villa Torlonia, La Casina delle Civette, Il Casino Nobile, Porta Pia and Mausoleo di Santa Costanza.
Guests stay on a bed and breakfast basis. In the elegantly furnished breakfast room, a rich buffet with a large variety of wonderful Italian cuisine awaits guests to give them the right amount of energy to start a new day on their wonderful journey of discovery among the great beauty of Rome. It is also the venue for coffee breaks and lunch. A large and well furnished bar will be ready to welcome guests to provide a relaxing place for delightful cocktails at the end of the day.
American Express, MasterCard and VISA are accepted.
From Fiumicino Airport by public transport: The Leonardo Express train arrives in the Termini station. Then take Metro B in the direction Rebibbia and ride 2 stops to Policlinico. Then walk about 500 metres over the Viale Regina Margherita. Once on the Piazza Galeno take the third road on the right. By car from Fiumicino Airport: Take the Grande Raccordo Anulare in the direction of Firenze. Then take the Nomentana exit. Proceed down the entire length of Via Nomentana until its crossroads with Viale Regina Margherita. The hotel is also extremely well-connected to the city centre via Metro line B, bus 62 from Via Nomentana, express trolleybus 90 from Via Nomentana and tram 3 from Piazza Galeno.
In the hotel's vicinity guests can marvel at sights including the Villa Torliana, which is among the more recent of the villas inhabited by the nobles of Rome and conserves to this day a particular fascination thanks to its strikingly original English country garden, one of the few such examples in Rome, and to the unexpected quantity of buildings and works of art scattered in the park. The Casina delle Civetti was the dwelling of Prince Giovanni Torlonia until 1938 and features a particular structure in the liberty style and takes its name from the presence of a stained glass window depicting 2 stylised birds among climbing ivy. It is one of the most interesting such examples from the first years of the last century. The Casino Nobile was the venue for balls for the Torliana household. A majestic edifice, it is further enriched by an impressive entrance of columns built to be seen by all passersby on the nearby Via Nomentana. The Porta Pia was made according to a design by Michelangelo and remains well known as the open breach through which the Bersaglieri troops entered Rome on 20th September 1870, an event which ended the temporal power of the Pope and unified Italy with Rome as its capital. The mausoleum of Santa Costanza is one of the architectural highlights of late antiquity and one of the first surviving examples of a Christian edifice with a circular structure. It retains an imposing and fascinating allure that made it a preferred venue for religious marriages among Roman couples. The St. Agnese Catacombs are linked to the death at an early age of Agnese, whose body was entombed in one of the first-level galleries of the catacombs and was among the most famous finds from the Christian period.
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