Located in the heart of Via Veneto, built in 1900 originally to host ambassadors staying in Rome, before serving as the American Embassy Library in 1946, a truly historical building, an icon of "La Dolce Vita". The hotel features 160 rooms and suites styled with intriguing warm tones, combining neo-classical details with contemporary design, rendering the perfect relaxed atmosphere. Both public areas and external look and feel retain the charm of the historical splendour.
The in house restaurant, Scarpetta NYC, is located at the ground floor of the hotel, along Via Veneto street. Genuine, intimate, convivial and urban, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and offers a mix of Italian and American cuisine.
The first space you see when you walk into the hotel. This is the heart of the hotel and marks the various moments of the day. A place to spend some pleasant time or a timeless moment. A place to wait, leafing through an art catalogue. A place to meet, in the company of a bespoke drink. A place to rest after visiting the city or waiting to have dinner at Scarpetta NYC.