Seventeenth-century building on the outside, very elegant vintage atmosphere inside. The G-Rough is halfway between a private home and a luxury hotel. To make it unique they furnished the space signed pices designed by artist such Gio Ponti, Ico Parisi and Guglielmo Ulrich. A place full of charm and vitality,they won the Best Boutique Hotel award.
NERVA BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Breathe a new life in a classic Roman building: the rooms are decorated with colors, geometric prints and dream limited edition artworks; the bright, white
breakfast room with big windows to the street is just beautiful.
BAR DEL FICO
One of the most fashionable places in Rome. A small door on the right of the entrance leads into a room used as a cocktail bar, ideal for an aperitif or a post-dinner. Young people gather here on weekends and in the evening for an aperitif.
THE RACE CLUB
A stone’s throw from the Colosseum it is a little local of those that amaze you, with two floors that represent two distinct souls: on the first floor is a workshop; in the basement there is a cocktail bar and bistro inspired by the speakeasy rooms of the 1930s, with armchairs, sofas and relaxing corners with a warm and welcoming mood.
From Miami to Dubai, Zuma also arrives in Rome, to host this refined restaurant is Palazzo Fendi. In a decidedly trendy and recognizable way the kitchen is divided between the delights of the sushi corner and a modern and creative line.
DA ENZO AL 29
A restaurant with typical cuisine and quality products, a well stocked and refined cellar, a friendly service in a tiny, simple and crowded environment.
VILLA DEL PRIORATO DI MALTA
The villa of the Priory of Malta or Villa Magistralis is located on the Aventine hill in Rome, in a raised position from which you can admire the whole city. The artificial hole in the lock of the priory is famous because it allows a perfectly framed view of the dome of St. Peter's in the Vatican.
The Galleria Borghese is an authentic treasure, the result of the Cardinal Scipione Borghese collection. The 'queen of all private collections’, with works by Caravaggio, Bernini, Botticelli and Raffaello. This villa were acquired by the Italian State in 1902; in the 90s the complex was subjected to a long restoration.
It is a small world in itself in the centre of Rome. It is as if invisible walls separated it from the rest of the city. Despite its excellent position, it has never become a tourist trap: on the contrary, it has always managed to maintain a independent mood, therefore today it is considered one of the most lively and stimulating neighborhood of the capital. A neighborhood with a bohemian soul, inhabited by artisans, intellectuals, and lovers of nightlife.
Cheeky, impertinent and extraordinarily: it is the portrait of Pigneto, this neighbourhood is a continuous attraction of creative people, lovers of good food, and photographers looking for inspiration. In the bars, low light and excellent wine; in the streets, colorful murals that express the artistic soul of the neighborhood.