Carefully tucked away in the exclusive Parioli quarter of Rome, but just a few steps from Villa Borghese, the "Dolce Vita" of Via Veneto and a stroll in the park away from Piama di Spagna, distinguished travellers reside at the exquisite Hotel Lord Byron. This prime location allows Guests the best of both worlds: the vicinity to the bustling Eternal City's main attractions and the opportunity to relax in a most placid private atmosphere.
Hotel Lord Byron brings hospitality to new levels; the more than impeccable service makes it readily apparent that the well-being of its Guests is the first and foremost priority. The rooms and suites, recently restored in the Thirties art-déco style, are luxuriously comfortable and unique to the hotel. Spectacular terraces further add to the property's character and enable. Guests to unwind in the beautiful setting...Everything from the elegant furnishings, linens, and flowers, to the outstanding staff demonstrates the hotel's close attention to detail and pride with which its services are delivered.
Hotel Lord Byron also features the world reputed "Sapori del Lord Byron" restaurant, an establishment equally devoted to top quality. The talented cuisine team consciously selects fresh high quality ingredients from which savoury dishes are prepared, always exhibiting the delicate balance of shapes, quantity and contents. These masterpieces are then complemented with regional wines carefully chosen by the restaurant's experienced sommelier.
After a full day sightseeing museums and shopping there is no better place to retreat than the sumptuously furnished "Il Salotto" Loung & Wine-Bar for a variety of drinks and light fare. The motto of this discreet "White House" should come as no surprise: `Hospitality is like a beautiful flowers, it needs plenty of care´. Simply an oasis, Guests will wish to linger at Hotel Lord Byron long after their vacation time expires... Hotel Lord Byron Represents vintage hospitality at its very best.
City Tax: 3 € per person per day
Buffet Breakfast included
Classic rooms have either a queen size bed or two twin beds dressed in fine cotton, with marble and wooden bedside tables, abat jours, small table, chairs, two wall closets, an additional walk in closet adjoining the en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet, bidet, bath with shower, hairdryer, vanity mirror and telephone. Selected rooms have a small terrace or balcony.
Double Deluxe room has either a king, queen size bed or two twin beds dressed in fine cotton, with marble and wooden bedside tables, abat-jours, a spacious closet, small table, chairs and writing desk. The 30m2 room features subtle art-dèco styling and French windows opening onto a small private balcony overlooking private grounds and villas. Selected rooms have a small terrace or balcony.
The large Junior Suites have a king, queen size bed or two twin beds dressed in fine cotton, with abat jours, a spacious closet, a complete sitting room with armchairs, sofa (that can convert into a single or queen bed) and a writing desk. The 40m2 room features subtle art-dèco styling and French windows with private balconies. Selected rooms have a small terrace or balcony.
A Lord Byron Suite brings the Eternal City home with splendid panoramic vistas across the majestic Villa Borghese Park. Enjoy a queen size bed dressed in cotton, marble/wooden bedside tables, ornately decorated abat jours and a large walk-in closet. A lavish sitting room adjoins the bedroom through sliding doors and is furnished with a sofa bed, marble and wood writing desk and beautiful chairs. The roof top suite features a magnificent furnished terrace that is perfect for exclusive room service meals.
Concierge: The concierge is happy to arrange luxury airport transfers, privately chauffeured city excursions, multi-lingual guides and other services upon request.
Nearby Facilities: Famous art attractions such as the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Borghese Gallery are located within steps from the property. The Spanish Steps, Made in Italy Shopping District and Via Veneto area are just minutes by taxi.
The Parioli Quarter
The Parioli Quarter is home to the spectacular Borghese Gardens, first opened to the public on July 12, 1903 after much legal dispute. Romans and international travellers alike may today visit the park's 80 hectares, 35 fountains, 15 buildings, 10 monuments and many acclaimed statues to admire its outstanding beauty and character. The Borghese Gallery has recently re-opened its doors to some of the world's most famous art after extensive renovation.
Palazzo Barberini, Museum of Modern Art, Villa Giulia's Etruscan Museum, Auditorium Parco della Musica and many other extraordinary places are located in close proximity as well. A 15-minute stroll from the hotel to Via Veneto, signature of the Roman "dolce vita" coined in the 1960's... the windy, plane-tree lined street is marked by select upscale boutiques, historical cafes and the U.S. Embassy. Families travelling with small children will not have to venture far for a visit the city zoo, Bioparco di Roma, likewise located in the Parioli Quarter.
Dining at the world famous Il Sapori del Lord Byron Restaurant is a memorable occasion. Carefully balancing a convivial atmosphere with a reserved ambience to ensure an exclusive ‘mise en place’ venue. The elegant Art Deco design transports guests to a bygone era whilst art lovers are able to feast their eyes even as they satisfy their palate with haute cuisine.
Dare take the time to retreat, regroup and digest all the experiences that are the Eternal City. The Lord Byron’s Il Salotto Lounge Bar provides the perfect counterpoint to the bustling face of Rome. Magnificent North European paintings from the Art Deco era line the walls of this sumptuous clubroom as piano music sooth the soul. Classic elegance is reflected through natural light in glittering mirrors as you sip on a cocktail or a glass of Italian spumante and enjoy homemade bread sandwiches, canapés and finger food.
Train Station: Termini Station (4 Kms.)
Airport: Fiumicino International Airport - Rome (35 Kms.)
By Car: Take Motorway A1 towards city centre of Rome, exiting at Via Salaria. Proceed along Via Salaria until you reach Viale Liegi, and turn right. Follow the tram tracks to Piazza Ungheria, where you must turn left at the traffic light onto Viale Rossini. Continue to follow the tram tracks and turn right at the end of the street. Just after the Residence Aldrovandi, turn right at the traffic lights onto Via Mangili and proceed along this street until you reach Piazza Don Minzoni. About 3/4 of the way around the square you will see Via Giuseppe De Notaris. Take Via Giuseppe De Notaris and go up the hill where you will see the hotel on the left.
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