An ode to Neoclassical style, this beloved Roman hotel first opened on bustling Via Veneto in 1889.
Via Veneto is the Champs-Elysées of Rome: a bustling thoroughfare and home to some of the city’s most glamorous residences. The Hotel Majestic Roma opened in 1889. One of the Eternal City’s most beloved properties, it is familiar to many as the backdrop for Federico Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita.” Inside and out, the hotel is a celebration of Neoclassical tradition, and historic architect Gaetano Koch catered to the luxury-loving travelers with recently refurbished oversized bedrooms. The style is a new concept of elegant modernization of traditional forms and techniques. Today’s visitors will marvel at the frescoed ceilings, take in the panoramic views from the terraces of some suites and linger in the newly renovated restaurant featuring Sicilian recipes and a 150 square-meter terrace overlooking Via Veneto.
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