Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa

Old World elegance and park views in Rome
Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa in Rome deserves notice for its beautiful, opulent interior design and royal treatment of its guests.

Located next to Villa Borghese Park, the hotel is close enough to the city’s historic center to enjoy a taste of Roman chaos and culture, and far enough to attract those looking to travel with a lower profile and a sense of calm.

Classic Old World charm permeates every inch of the property, from the elegant rooms to the stately lobby to the renowned restaurant that overlooks a lovely Italian garden.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Real estate is a deciding factor for many who stay at the Principi. Its location, on the edge of park Villa Borghese, is ideal for those looking for a little green, a great workout and a leisurely afternoon in the sun.
  • It is literally a walk in the park to Rome’s centro storico, the historic center, where you can find popular spots, including Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps shopping square), the Pantheon and Campo de’ Fiori, along with several museums.
  • The heavenly 21,500-square-foot Prince Spa includes an indoor pool, a well-equipped fitness area, treatment rooms and a wet area with a sauna, a steam room and experience showers.
  • In the summertime, hit the 5,800-square-foot outdoor pool and garden area where you may or may not spot an undercover celebrity.
  • The Rome hotel offers a free shuttle service to Via Veneto, a stylish and popular avenue from which most everything is easily accessible.
The Rooms
  • Principi’s 155 rooms and 24 suites are elegantly decorated with an embrace of luxury from decades and centuries past.
  • The luxury hotel’s opulent atmosphere is heightened through all the rooms in beautiful combinations of colored fabric brocades, luxury fabrics, gilded stucco, wood paneling, antique furniture and sumptuous marble bathrooms.
  • Whether you prefer the palatial Royal Suite or the more intimate Double Deluxe, make sure to request a park-facing room above the fourth floor so that you can watch the sun set behind the Roman pines and St. Peter’s Basilica.
The Restaurants
  • Dining options abound here: sumptuous buffet breakfasts, a poolside grill and lounge eatery, an indoor lounge and bar area straight out of the 1920s, and the hotel’s famous restaurant Pauline Borghese.
  • Named after Napoleon’s illustrious sister, the garden-facing space is a place for fine dining with a seasonal menu of Italian cuisine and a well-curated wine list.
  • Sunday brunch, a prix fixe affair, is a destination for many in-the-know Romans and those looking to avoid the kitchen during the holidays.
  • During the summer season, Le Parc Bar & Grill allows for the ideal alfresco meal thanks to its beautiful open-air setting.
Getting There
Via Gerolamo Frescobaldi, 5, 00198 Rome, Italy
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