A crossroads of civilizations, cultures, and trends: Rome is known worldwide as the Eternal City, a must-see destination at least once in a lifetime.
The ‘ DoubleTree by Hilton Rome Monti ‘ hotel is located in a strategic position of the Italian capital, in one of the oldest and most iconic neighborhoods of Rome: the Rione Monti, the first district of Rome and a dynamic and eclectic artery that develops around from Via Urbana and Piazza Esquilino, where the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore stands.
A neighborhood where you can enjoy the day-to-day of the most authentic Rome thanks to its small art galleries, wine bars, bistros with a vintage flavor, and artisan shops: a kind of city in the city, to discover the neighborhood through its picturesque streets.
Lobby to relax
The lobby is the arrival point for the guest, an open and dynamic space that transports to an atmosphere of relaxation, whether to work, to rest, or to have a cocktail. The interiors are divided into areas defined by different rugs and armchairs that form private areas and different natural elements.
The whole of the room has a casual, relaxed, and natural style. The reception is very suggestive, as it emulates the arches of Termini station. There are seven arches, like the seven hills of Rome, the highest being, Esquilino, the area where the hotel stands. The design can be defined with a minimalist key with elements of wood and bronze at the base.
Rooms with privileged views
The hotel has 133 rooms of different types: 38 guest rooms (7 of them accessible rooms), 71 superior rooms (of which 4 are family rooms), 16 Deluxe rooms, 7 junior suites (two with terrace), and one One Bedroom Suite room. All of them with lots of light and a contemporary design and, some of them, with a private terrace and panoramic views of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.
In all rooms, the finishes are soft and neutral, and the headboard of the bed, where the electrical controls are inserted, is designed taking as reference the white marble columns of Rome.
Stay based on comfort
Likewise, all rooms have large showers in their own bathrooms, very comfortable beds, a small desk, and 40-inch televisions to offer a relaxing stay without forgetting comfort.
The colors of the room are neutral with touches of green and dark bronze, and the materials used such as travertine and wood create a warm and more familiar atmosphere that enhances that relaxing feeling.
The lobby is made up of some indoor terraces, which become areas to hold informal meetings, have afternoon teas or try the Italian ‘aperitive.
The space is rich in natural light, bathing the interiors, without curtains, with lots of lighting.
In addition, the open-air lobby area can be used as a commonplace for breakfast in the morning or as a space reserved for special events such as a book or artwork presentations and small private events. All furniture is contemporary, in a mix of seating and heights to provide flexibility.
Bathrooms with an urban look
As for the bathrooms, all the tiles have a “cement” effect in hexagonal shapes typical of many Roman floors from Marca Corona, an Italian firm.
The shower screens have a glazed effect, some of them in green.
Green and neutral tones
In all of the hotel’s spaces, green is the tone that complements the neutral range. This contrast is present, above all, in the hotel corridors, which also feature custom Brintons rugs. The doors, by Bertolotto, are also made to measure.