Luxury Hotels: Escape to a suite where red, gold and grey palettes decorate the walls and furniture; a vaulted ceiling opens up to a breath-taking 12-meter high frescoed Cupola and a study paneled in elegant Italian Oak connects to a grand living room. Find your sanctuary at the Westin Excelsior Rome and surround yourself with the most distinguished of amenities.
With plans of an Italian adventure brewing in your mind, finding the right hotel for the excursion is crucial. Consider the Westin Excelsior Rome as not only an option, but as a solid investment. Standing on Via Veneto the hotel was built in 1906 and recently completed a renovation that highlights its past and its new future. The Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps and Villa Borghese are just steps away and a perfect setting for the avid traveler.
Since its opening the hotel has been a retreat for celebrities, artists and statesmen alike and continues to attract important guests worldwide. The hotel also boasts luxurious accommodations, most notably, the Villa la Cupola which is the largest suite in Italy. Inspired by Roma's Palaces and Villas of Renaissance, the Villa la Cupola is located on the fifth and sixth floors of the hotel. For its exclusive guests, a selection of vintage wines and champagnes await in the private wine cellar.
Take the private elevator or marble staircase to the upper floor of the suite and access the private fitness room, steam bath, sauna or brilliant Jacuzzi pool with mosaic floors. Panoramic views of the Ancient city can be seen on the private terraces and balconies on both floors of the Villa la Cupola. For a smaller suite with the same grandiose feel stay in the 3240 square ft. Imperial Suite on the first floor of the Hotel. Views of the American Embassy gardens coupled with views of the world-famous Via Veneto on the other make up the circular sitting room. For business travelers, a private meeting room holding up to ten people connects to a private office next to the capacious living room.
With two bedrooms and four bathrooms featuring marble from Siena, this large suite is ideal for a long vacation stay. The suite is lined with prestigious art ranging from Louis XVI consoles, candelabra and a grand 18th century French mirror.
For dining and cocktails head over to the Doney Restaurant reminiscent of the film La Dolce Vita and taste a "Cardinale" cocktail mixed with gin, campari, white wine, an orange slice, cherry cocktail, and cinnamon. Or sit outside on charming sidewalk tables at Gran Caffe Doney and instantly experience a classic Italian setting and atmosphere while enjoying light food.
Since 2002 when named in Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List, The Westin Excelsior Rome has continued to provide the same excellence and services expected of it throughout the years. Experience white-glove luxury at its best and discover the hotel that has become a favorite for VIPs and five-star guests around the globe.
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