Articles by Destination

Rome's Hottest Hangout: The Hoxton

Rome is one of the hottest destinations for hotels right now with big brands like Rosewood, Bulgari, W and the Six Senses...

ArcheoRunning Spotlights Unique Aspects of Rome

Visitors to Rome likely have a checklist for the attractions they most want to experience. And most everyone’s...

Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Is Your Guide to the Eternal City

As a guest at Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, one undoubtedly finds contentment while ensconced in the chic luxury of...

Penthouses with patios

BY: Chad Chisholm | 2019
Sometimes one of the best aspects of a hotel and resort is the location; so why not enjoy a Penthouse with outdoor space? A...

La Dolce Vita: Rome's Villa Borghese and a stay at the NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto

BY: Glenn Harris | 2018
Rome is one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. For the art lover, it is filled with antiquities from the beginning...

Rome's Ancient Past and Future: A Stay in the Eternal City and the Palazzo Montemartini

BY: Glenn Harris | 2018
Rome is, without question, one of the world’s most breathtaking cities.  A stroll in any direction will lead to...

Waking up at Palazzo Manfredi means clear views over Rome's Colosseum

BY: Sean Hillen | 2018
Few rooftop terraces offer a more evocative setting than Rome’s Palazzo Manfredi – overlooking an ancient...

Priceless paintings and sculptures enhance Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria's sheer elegance

BY: Sean Hillen | 2018
Seated comfortably sipping a cappuccino in a lavish ambience admiring a priceless range of historic artwork is a rare treat...

Seven fine-dining restaurants you should try in the Eternal City

BY: Sean Hillen | 2018
Romans are immensely fond of their food thus the sight of multiple restaurants, cafes and trattorias vying for precious...

Four creative ways to explore Rome's splendors

BY: Sean Hillen | 2018
Such is the sheer geographical size and immense historical scope of Rome, an introductory guided tour is advisable to make...

Historic Hotel Eden Reopens in Rome This Spring

BY: Nicolle Monico | 2017
On April 1, Hotel Eden will officially reopen following an 18-month restoration project overseen by architect and interior...

8 of Rome's Hidden & Less Well-Known Churches to Discover

BY: Nicolle Monico | 2014
As the free-spirited type who doesn’t enjoying planning (too much), I remember jumping onto a bus in Rome during a...
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