Opened in 1889 as the first hotel on the Via Veneto, this neoclassical property is one of the Eternal City’s most glamourous residences both inside and out. The hotel's glamourous Via Veneto location is perhaps the property's best asset, as it is set on an elegant, tree-lined road, one of the most charming in Rome. The Majestic is also within easy walking distance of cafés and restaurants, jewellery shops, the boutiques of Via Condotti, and many of the city's major attractions, including the Borghese Gallery and the Spanish Steps.
Original, surprising and whimsical the Majestic Roma Hotel embraces its neoclassical heritage and reinvents it for the 21st century whilst offering guests the chance to step into a slice of history. The hotel is an original combination of styles and carefully designed contradictions that juxtapose white lacquered pieces of furniture, against rich furniture’s and bright colours.
The 98 rooms share an understated elegance with a quiet and sunny disposition as well as fitted marble bathrooms. While all rooms deliver the sophistication that one expects from a luxury hotel the suites are particular highlights. The charming St. Isidoro Suite Situated on the fifth floor is composed of a bedroom with a wrought iron canopy bed boasting a lovely background view of the Baroque Church of St. Isidoro, and a living room featuring a terrace with panoramic views over Rome’s roof tops.
Within this beacon that has stood for more than a century, The Majestic Ristorante Bistrot and its Bar provide a terraced escape that feels refreshingly clandestine above the bustle of sightseers below. It is the perfect place to sip a classic Negroni cocktail invented by an Italian count or dive into seafood risotto.