The Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome hotel joins the European portfolio of Anantara hotels
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome sits in the heart of Piazza della Repubblica and has a long architectural history with original elements commissioned by Pope Clement XI for the Vatican in 1705.
Hotel Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome
Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas announces the addition of the Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome hotel to its portfolio, marking the brand’s debut in Italy.
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome sits in the heart of Piazza della Repubblica and has a long architectural history with original elements commissioned by Pope Clement XI for the Vatican in 1705. The building hangs above the ancient Baths of Diocletian, whose foundations, pools and mosaics were excavated. can be seen through the lower ground floor. The hotel is also home to one of the city’s largest rooftop terraces, offering breathtaking views of the skyline.
The 238 guest rooms and suites at this five-star luxury property combine old-world glamor and stylish comfort with the ease of modern amenities. The interior design ranges from contemporary to neoclassical, creating the perfect relaxing ambience and the base from which to explore the charms of Rome. Accommodation options offer varied layouts and styles with panoramic city views and spacious terraces.
The 11 Duplex Suites offer a breathtaking view of the Piazza and the Fountain of the Naiads. The three executive suites offer unique features including a treadmill, Jacuzzi, steam room or an intimate terrace for relaxation. Perfect for business or leisure, the two Presidential Suites feature double-height patio doors, marble bathrooms, and living rooms with dining areas and kitchenettes for intimate celebrations and private dining.
The hotel is home to five unique dining experiences, with indoor and outdoor venues honoring Italy’s most authentic culinary traditions with a contemporary twist. The Lobby bar is the beating heart of the hotel, and the intimate Tazio Restaurant serves Roman delicacies accompanied by the best wines of Italy. Customers can raise a glass of sparkling wine at the Champagnes overlooking the fountain of the naiads, or drink and dine against the backdrop of the iconic silhouette of the Chic rooftop restaurant and lounge bar, a truly romantic place. La Frusta is the place of choice for breakfast with a view of Piazza della Repubblica. Dinner is led by Chef Niko Sinisgalli who explores the flavors of Italy with exquisite tasting menus.
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome is currently in transition to the Anantara brand. The full suite of Anantara features and experiences will be showcased over the next few months. The renovation, which will begin in January 2022 and continue throughout next year, will reveal a lobby with a glamorous mix of fine details and exquisite designs with an unexpected encounter of modern details and classism.
Additions to the hotel’s dining room will include a new bar with its exquisite original Art Nouveau decor that takes elegance to the next level, an innovative rooftop space with unparalleled panoramic views and a healthy nook to meet. the new luxuries modern affluent customers want to enjoy. Eclectic cuisine and an exciting mixology will make the hotel one of Rome’s undisputed hotspots.
The hotel’s spa has four treatment rooms and offers a menu of massages and facials. In 2022, a new Anantara spa will be inaugurated on the top floor of the hotel, with facilities including a steam bath, hammam, hydrotherapy, sauna and relaxation area. Additional leisure services will include a fitness center with available personal workouts, yoga classes and the opportunity to exercise in the beautiful gardens of Villa Borghese.
Rome is more than ancient history and the Eternal City is full of life. Here, in a destination built on centuries of discovery, a range of experiences curated by Anantara will span the gravity of the Vatican to the ultra-hip, bohemian neighborhoods of Monti, Trastevere and Campo dei Fiori. Guests will enjoy the hidden scenes of the city of cinema or the lush gardens of the private palaces and villas that make up the many faces of Rome. Guests will also learn how to make mouth-watering Roman pasta or gelati in a cooking class overlooking the square, with fresh ingredients discovered at the market with the chef.
During the cooler months, cycle through cobbled lanes like Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, sitting in a double sidecar or in a vintage Fiat 500 for a romantic tour of Rome’s highlights – the perfect mini moon. Live a love story, taste delicious pasta or pizza, and experience spiritual moments in the many magical little chiesas. “Eat, Pray, Love Rome” brings all these experiences together in the same day.
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