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Why Stay At Palazzo Manfredi
While you bask in the modern luxuries and sumptuous old-world styling of this converted 17th-century palazzo, you'll enjoy thrilling views of the Colosseum and Imperial Forums across the street.
Next to the Colosseum lie the remains of the ancient gladiators' barracks and training grounds. Rising above them is the dusty pink 17th-century Palazzo Manfredi, converted in 2002 into a hotel with one of the most sought after views in all of Rome: a panorama that stretches from the Colosseum across the Forums to the garden-covered Oppian Hill atop the ruins of Nero's Golden Palace. Palazzo Manfredi has just 16 rooms, fitted out by Renata Finlani in a classic style tinged with modern luxuries—mixing wood and marble with contemporary art, antiques with modern design furnishings, beamed ceilings with Bang & Olufsen home theaters. Chef Giuseppe di Lorio presides over the Italian cuisine in the 5 Star Diamond Award-winning Aroma restaurant on the rooftop terrace.
The hotel lavishes care on each guest. Need a loaner laptop to use the Wi-Fi? No problem. Need an in-room massage? The concierge can arrange it. Need to borrow a Lamborghini? They have one on hand for rent.
The palazzo also rents five gorgeous apartments, penthouses, and lofts, where you can live like a count (after all, the Conte Manfredi still owns the place), but with all the services of a hotel.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
- JDB Fine Hotels & Resorts
Arrive at Roma Fiumicino Airport (FCO), which is approximately 25 miles (50 minutes) from the hotel. The hotel offers transfers: €60 each way to/from the airport for up to 3 people, or €80 for 4 or more.Via Labicana 125, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Rooftop Terrace
- Art Collection
- Spa Services
- Personal Trainers
- Personal Shopping Service
- Multilingual Staff
- Limousine Service
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- iPod Docks
- Marble Bathrooms
- In-Room Safes
- Coffee Makers
- Pillow Menu
- Rooftop Bar
- 2-person occupancy
- Continental breakfast each morning
- Welcome drink
- Fruit platter and bottle of sparkling wine on arrival
Why We Love Rome
In with the old. Wrap your mind around jaw-dropping ancient ruins juxtaposed with thriving modern culture in one of the world's most captivating cities.
Top Restaurant: Checchino dal 1887. Dig into exquisitely prepared fare at this restaurant, which serves up the classics of Roman cuisine for 125 years from its elegant burrow in the hillside of Testaccio (which also hides one of the largest wine cellars in all of Rome).
Best Gelato: San Crispino. There are now, thankfully, two central outlets for that amazing purveyor of Roman ice cream San Crispino—the original, around the corner from the Trevi Fountain, and another near the Pantheon. Read More
Best Shopping: Il Discount dell'Alta Moda. High fashion comes at high prices on the famous streets around the Spanish Steps—but just a few blocks away, Il Discount dell'Alta Moda sells the same chic brands—Versace, Armani, Prada, D&G, Miu Miu, and more—at up to 50 percent off...so long as you're okay sporting last season's styles. Via di Gesu e Maria 14-16A. 011-39-06-322-5006. Via del Viminale 35. 011-39-06-4782-5672.
Why Go Now
Through November 25, 2012
Roma Europa Festival
Rome's largest annual cultural expo, where musicians, filmmakers, and artists showcase their talents.
December 8, 2012
Feast of the Immaculate Virgin
Arrive at the Spanish Steps at dawn to watch Pope Benedict conduct an open-air service honoring the Virgin Mary.
Piazza di Spagna.
November 9 through 17, 2012
International Rome Film Festival
Various Locations around Rome