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The golden nights of Via Veneto

The enviable position in the historic heart of the capital. The irreproachable welcome of a historic five-star luxury hotels. The extraordinary hand by Italo Rota in firmarne restructuring, in 2010. And in addition, gastronomic offer of quality and a small temple dedicated...

by Elisabetta Canoro
August 30th, 2016
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The enviable position in the historic heart of the capital. The irreproachable welcome of a historic five-star luxury hotels. The extraordinary hand by Italo Rota in firmarne restructuring, in 2010. And in addition, gastronomic offer of quality and a small temple dedicated to fitness. It is just a taste of what makes the Grand Hotel Palace in Rome one of the most renowned addresses for those who stay in the Eternal City.

Overlooking the prestigious Via Veneto, minutes away from the Trevi Fountain, between the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese, the hotel is now part of the dynamic hotel group Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Plc. Housed in an opulent Art Deco building dating back to 1927 as one of the masterpieces of architect Marcello Piacentini (which was assisted Swiss interior designer Emilio Vogt, editor’s note), the “Great Palace of Via Veneto” stands out for its exterior façade dominated by two colors of travertine white with yellow ocher of the stone framing the windows. To satisfy the most demanding palate thinks the chef Richard Zanni, which spoils and enticed guests Cadorin Restaurant & Lounge Bar.

www.grandhotelpalacerome.com

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