At the top of the Spanish Steps, the Hotel Hassler is nearly as photographed as the famous attraction itself.
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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