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Hotel Majestic Roma

Rome, Italy

Original, surprising and whimsical: Majestic Roma Hotel embraces its neoclassical heritage by reinventing it for the 21st century and offering guests the chance to step into a one of the city’s most glamorous residences. The hotel is an original combination of styles, a study in careful contradictions that juxtaposes white lacquered pieces of furniture, rich textures and the extraordinary use of color to evoke an emotional response from all who visit. Each of its guest rooms and suites are uniquely designed in this fashion. The Majestic Bar offers classic aperitifs, fanciful drinks and modern classics that hearken back to the golden age of the cocktail hour and is complemented by the gourmet restaurant featuring a charming terrace overlooking Via Veneto street.

The hotel Majestic Roma is located directly on Via Veneto, few steps from Villa Borghese, the second largest landscape garden in the naturalistic English manner in Rome. It is within walking distance to Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and city’s finest boutique. In addition, it is convenient to enjoy museums, theatre, nightlife, restaurants and to reach the financial center.

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Aldrovandi Villa Borghese

Rome, Italy

Like New York’s Upper East Side and Mayfair in London, the Aldrovandi Villa Borghese's neighborhood in Rome has a discreet and exclusive air. Away from the tourist throngs but in walking distance to many highlights of the Eternal City, the Aldrovandi sits within the famous Borghese gardens. Originally built as a convent, the hotel boasts interiors that live up to the gorgeous setting. 19th-century grandeur is revealed in the marble and dark wood lobby, and bedrooms are furnished in silk and velvet. The master of haute cuisine, Oliver Glowig, meets the tradition of the Aldrovandi, in the eponymous 2 Michelin starred restaurant variety and reinterpretation of the Italian tradition are highly expressed.

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Hotel Eden

Rome, Italy

Set in the heart of Rome, within a few minutes walk from the Spanish Steps and the fabled Via Condotti, the Hotel Eden has a glamorous history. It was a favorite of famed director, Federico Fellini, who had his own table at the rooftop restaurant overlooking the city. To many modern-day travelers, too, the Eden is synonymous with Roman glitz, and turn-of-the-century grandeur is reflected in its rooms and suites. Service at this hotel is a perfect balance between attentive presence and the utmost respect for intimacy. Restaurant La Terrazza boasts a contemporary aesthetic and has panoramic views of Rome. Chef Adriano Cavagnini oversees an innovative Mediterranean menu and wine list. For an evening cocktail, the open-air Il Giardino dell’Eden provides a casual setting with breathtaking views.

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Hassler Roma

Rome, Italy

Sitting at the top of the Spanish Steps, the Hotel Hassler, owned and managed by Roberto E. Wirth, is one of city's most iconic properties and nearly as photographed as the famous attraction itself. The original 1885 building was reconstructed in 1938 in time for the US army to set up its World War II headquarters here. Today, however,the interiors recall the stately elegance of the interwar years, with Pompeian red and ocher furnishings and ubiquitous gold detailing. Imàgo restaurant boasts panoramic views of the Pantheon,Aventino Hill and the Borghese Gardens through picture-frame windows on the sixth floor. Nestled in the heart of the hotel is the romantic Palm Court Garden, an open-air courtyard that is perfect for sitting with a chilled Italian wine while feeling art of Roman history at this venerable property.

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Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie

Rome, Italy

Writing to his mother from Rome’s Hotel de Russie, poet Jean Cocteau remarked that he could pick oranges from his balcony, describing the hotel as ""paradise on Earth."" This paradise was later turned into an office building before Sir Rocco Forte fashioned it into one of Rome’s most stylish luxury hotels. The 18th-century terraced gardens remain, but a contemporary-chic design has added polished updates. Fabled restaurant Le Jardin de Russie, where two-Michelin-star chef Fulvio Pierangelini creates Mediterranean dishes, is one of the most romantic places to dine in Rome. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea or an evening cocktail, including the original De Russie Martini that is served with caviar - a nod to the hotel’s 19th-century clientele who would escape cold Russian winters for Rome’s warmer climate.

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Leading Golf Grand Hotel Palazzo della Fonte

Fiuggi, Italy

Just an hour from Rome, but a world away from its bustle, the turn-of-the-century Grand Hotel Palazzo della Fonte sits amidst lush parkland high above the medieval town of Fiuggi. The region is known for the healing properties of its natural springs, and the hotel has long been a destination for wellness seekers. The massive spa complex offers a mix of traditional techniques and innovative medical beauty procedures, as well as a fitness center and indoor swimming pool. Farmers of this area are banned from using chemical fertilizers in their crops, making local specialties, including porcini mushrooms, utterly flavorful. Guests leave this enclave feeling rejuvenated, healthy and centered—and prepared to dive back into their everyday while secretly plotting their next return.

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Regina Hotel Baglioni Rome

Rome, Italy

Regina Hotel Baglioni is situated on the famous Via Veneto, renowned as the meeting place of artists, writers and actors during the Dolce Vita period, and is in easy walking distance of the Galleria Borghese museum, the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti with its famous shops. Its central location is only one of the hotel’s remarkable characteristics that make it unique. Its distinctive atmosphere allows one to feel the warmth and welcoming Italian hospitality while surrounded by breathtaking art and history. The hotel was once the home of Queen Margherita of Savoy while she awaited the completion of her residence, “Villa Margherita”, which presently houses the American Embassy. In recognition of the excellent service and kindness she was shown, in 1911, the hotel’s owner was granted permission to add “Regina” to the hotel name.

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Rome, Italy

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+39

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230 volts AC, 50Hz

Round two-pin or three-pin plugs are standard.

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GMT + 1

(GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October)

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