The Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa is set in a sought after location in the exclusive Parioli district, next to the Villa Borghese Park and surrounded by a stunning botanical garden: a true oasis in the heart of Rome. The hotel, which was designed by the famous architect Giò Ponti, built in 1964, and recently got a facelift inspired by the sumptuous and elaborate style of the patrician villas of Rome’s late-17th-century nobility. Guests enjoy easy access to many of the city's best local attractions including the iconic Spanish Steps to view the famous Barcaccia Fountain.
The refined boiserie in the hall, the stunning gilded stuccowork, luxurious fabrics, colours, precious furnishings and old paintings all draw on the 17th century influence, resulting in luxurious and comfortable accommodation. The 179 elegant rooms come with stunning views over the Villa Borghese Park or the exclusive Parioli district from the balconies.
The Pauline Borghese Restaurant is one of Rome’s best known restaurants set in an enchanting room overlooking the Italian-style garden making it a peaceful and delightful haunt in the heart of Rome. The menu is based on the traditional flavours of Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist, accompanied by a wine list of fine wines and by a selection of regional Italian oils.
During the summer months light lunches and snacks are available every day beside the fantastic outdoor pool. Nestled in the well-kept gardens of the hotel, the heated pool is surrounded by a large sunbathing area, chaise longues, umbrellas and stylish and comfortable gazebos. is the ideal place for a break during the summer days.
The huge Prince Spa with is divided into three levels and consists of a large beauty area with treatment rooms and couple spa suites, a wet area with bio sauna, steam room, sensorial showers, Swedish shower, iced fountain, a 25-metre ozone-sanitized pool, a relaxation area and a 450-square metre fitness area.