Rooms 33 /Architecture Studio Marincola Architects /Interior Design Studio Marincola Architects /The Original Vittorio Curatella & Giovanni Curatella
Evoking the spirit of a privileged traveler on a grand Old World tour of Italy, Elizabeth Unique Hotel marries the Rome of yesterday with finely appointed, art-filled luxury of the moment. Set in a gloriously restored 17th-century palazzo in the heart of the capital’s historic center amid the picturesque and pedestrianized Via del Corso area, the 33-room townhouse is a hive of sophisticated design and international allure, with a bounty of arched walls, lacquered wooden panels, reproduced antique wallpaper prints, canopy beds, couture fabrics, and carefully curated artwork setting the stage. Through a private entrance on Via delle Colonnette, just a few minutes from the famous Spanish steps and adjacent to the city’s top restaurants and boutiques, guests are greeted by a majestic double-height entrance that leads to a refined lobby and reading room warmed by an open fireplace. Inviting public spaces also include Bar Bacharach & Bistrot, a bar and bistro that open onto a terrace made of stone and wood—a magical urban garden filled with the scent of jasmine—offering up the best gourmet breakfast in Rome thanks to an exquisitely researched menu that includes local and international delicacies. Traditional yet contemporary, private yet in the heart of it all, Elizabeth Unique Hotel presents travelers with the perfect setting for the ultimate Roman experience.
FCO - Aeroporti di Roma
Food & Drink
Bar Bacharach & Bistrot: world cuisine
Spa & Recreation
Electric and regular bicycle rental, offsite gym and in-room massage
Tailor-made experiences such as private museum visits, regional wine tours, etc
Art on Display
Contemporary art gallery
Rooms & Suites
The rooms and suites range from 20 to 40 square meters, and many offer views over the picturesque Via del Corso. The Initiale room, the Deluxe room, and the Junior Suite—at 20, 30, and 30 square meters, respectively—all play host to a queen-size bed and a bathroom with a shower, while some of the Deluxe rooms and Junior Suites also boast a bathtub or a sauna. The Junior Suite also offers a lounge area with a sofa, armchair, and coffee table, and the 40-square-meter Suite features a king-size bed and a separate lounge, and many also include a bathtub, a sauna, or a gym.
If Vittorio Curatella ever has a question about a construction or hospitality project, he needs only to look to his father, Giovanni Curatella. After all, that’s what Giovanni did when he had questions, as did his father before him. For five generations the Curatellas have been leaders in Italy’s building industry, always seeking out materials that best enable them to unite beauty with functionality. Their know-how is based on tradition and has been passed on from father to son over and over again. “A strong family tie means that we are united in our vision and passion, and in the sacrifices that need to be made on a daily basis to turn our dreams into a reality and keep the family legacy alive,” says Vittorio.
Rome's historic center is home to the city’s famed Spanish steps, the pedestrianized area of Via del Corso—an historic street that connects Piazza del Popolo to Piazza Venezia—and a wealth of authentic Roman restaurants and bars.