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Hotel Lord Byron
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Why Stay At Hotel Lord Byron
This Art Deco-style, 32-suite villa in Rome has a stellar location near the Villa Borghese, just steps from the celebrated Via Veneto in the city's historic center.
Amid the ancient charms of the Eternal City, in the Parioli neighborhood known for its leafy boulevards and grand residences, Lord Byron is a petite auberge filled with grand marble halls, silver statues, and life-size portraits. Although the hotel may lack the palatial-like grandeur found in many other central Rome properties, its Art Deco style provides a vibrant, comfortable home-base—from the jazzy purple parlor chairs in the bar to the crackling fire in a stone fireplace that warms the main lounge—plus a location that's a scenic 20-minute walk through the Borghese gardens to the glittering Via Condotti, Rome's premier shopping boulevard. Upstairs, the 32 suites match the unique public spaces thanks to patterned wallpaper, plump retro loungers, and boldly colored cushions and throws, and each morning, guests awaken to complimentary farm-fresh yogurt, pastries, and Italian espresso before starting the day at the Colosseum, Pantheon, or the Sistine Chapel, a 10-minute tram ride away through Parioli.
You won't have to travel far to taste some of Rome's top dishes: the on-site Sapori del Lord Byron restaurant serves an inventive spin on local standards such as trofie pasta with rabbit ragù and stewed Mediterranean chicken.
Ask the concierge to arrange a bicycle rental, and you'll spend the afternoon cycling the manicured pathways through the 200-acre Villa Borghese gardens, just 10 minutes away.
Arrive at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) which is approximately 24 miles (about 60-90 minutes depending on traffic) from the hotel.Via Guiseppe di Notaris, 5, Rome, Rome, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-Hour Concierge
- Limousine Transfer Service
- Babysitting Services
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- LCD Satellite TVs
- Individual Climate Controls
- Complimentary Soft Drinks
- Mini Bars
- Electronic Safes
- Working Desks
- Walk-in Closets
- Marble Bathrooms
- Towel Heaters
- Hair Dryers
- Luxury Bathrobes + Slippers
- Bar + Lounge
2-night minimum stay required
- Daily buffet breakfast
- Welcome drink upon arrival
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Why We Love Rome
Rome is eternal, epic and a bubbling-over metropolis harbouring lost empires. No other city comes close. One visit and you'll be hooked.
Piazza del Colosseo. Read More
Tickets from $21.
Where to Eat: It is rumored that Rome's most famous dish—spaghetti alla carbonara—was invented at Al Moro restaurant, near the Trevi Fountain, for the U.S. servicemen craving bacon and eggs during World War II.
13 Vicolo delle Bottelle. 011-39-06-678-3495
Dinner for two $140.
Where to Shop: Head to the picturesque Via del Governo Vecchio, behind Piazza Navona, to pick up Italian-made leather boots and bags that remain the best Roman souvenirs.
Via del Governo Vecchio.
Where to Drink: Grab a glass of Frascati white wine before picking up a few items from the elaborate buffet of salads, pastas, and fresh vegetables in the back parlor at Freni e Frizioni, along the Tiber River in trendy Trastevere.
4 Via del Politeama. 011-39-06-5833-4210
Cocktails for two $15.
Why Go Now
Through November 30, 2011
Roma Europa Festival
Rome's largest annual cultural expo, where musicians, filmmakers, and artists showcase their talents.
October 24-November 4, 2011
Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma
Meryl Streep, Martin Scorsese, and Robert De Niro are just three of the Hollywood A-listers who have participated in this emerging film festival, now in its sixth year.
December 8, 2011
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.