The Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome hotel opens its doors in Italy | New
The Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome hotel has joined the luxury portfolio, marking Anantara’s debut in Italy.
Immersed in the splendor of ancient Rome, the hotel sits in the heart of Piazza della Repubblica and has a fascinating 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 excavated foundations, pools and mosaics are visible 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.
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 early 2022 and continue throughout next year, will reveal a glamorous new lobby, a bar with original Art Nouveau decor, a healthy corner and an innovative rooftop space with unparalleled panoramic views.
The eclectic cuisine and exciting mixology will make the hotel one of Rome’s hotspots.
“Rome is the spiritual and cultural heart of Italy and one of the most beloved cities in the world,” commented Dillip Rajakarier, Managing Director of Minor Hotels, parent company of Anantara.
“We are delighted to continue the expansion of our luxury brand Anantara with the first property in Italy.
“Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome invites the discerning luxury traveler to embrace the historic charm of a bustling city and is a fantastic addition to the Anantara portfolio in Europe.”