The hotel is set in a residential, historical area that has many restaurants and shops, perfect for discovering Rome as the Romans live. The much-loved area of Trastevere, with its shops, restaurants, and markets, is just a short walk away. Here, young people enjoy the nightlife, while nearby one can experience some of the city’s most famous spots, such the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Trevi Fountain.
FCO - Rome Fiumicino Airport
Nearest train station
Rome - Termini Station
Spa & Recreation
1 small gym
Food & Drink
At Apicio 16—named for 1st-century chef, writer, and initiator of Roman cuisine Marco Gavio Apicio—you will take an immersive journey through Rome with traditional cuisine. Adhering to the ancient conventions, the chef presents strong flavors based on ingredients that evoke tastes of the sun and the scent of the sea.
Conference & Meetings
A boardroom style-meeting room can accommodate up to eight people, while a cinema seats six and is perfect for intimate gatherings and private film showings/presentations.
To celebrate Italy’s great film history, the hotel has dedicated a room to cinema. Amid dark burgundy walls, a library, and armchairs designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, you can experience la dolce vita on screen.