Set in the historical city centre, the hotel overlooks the Pantheon and is just minutes from Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.
Completely renovated to better meet the needs of its modern, sophisticated clientele, the hotel has retained its noble, elegant lines and the atmosphere of a comfortable, welcoming aristocratic “home”.
anniversary of his death) - and is part of a series of European events coordinated by the Winckelmann Gesellschaft in Stendal, Rome’s German Archaeological Institute and Vatican Museums. The first is to offer visitors the story of those crucial years that resulted in the founding of the Capitoline Museums in 1733, Europe’s first public museum dedicated not only to the preservation of the “magnificence and splendour of Rome” but to its promotion as well.
The second is to present the Capitoline sculptures in a new light – through the brilliant intuition and insight of the great Winckelmann.
He was an innovative artist who experimented with many formats and techniques: from ink paintings and coloured paintings on vertical and horizontal rolls to polychromatic woodblocks of all sizes and the more refined Surimono prints used as greeting cards, invitations and calendars for events and literary encounters, tea ceremonies and booklets for the theatre.