Set in a 17th century converted monastery the Residenza di Ripetta benefits from a stunning spacious structure enclosing a lovely shaded inner courtyard garden. Entering this expansive internal space is to enter into an oasis in the very heart of Rome just a short distance from Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps. Paintings, statues, and original frescoes adorn its many enticing spaces as well as a remarkable collection of contemporary art.
The tasteful accommodation is simply furnished in a modern sophisticated style with comfortable furnishings and ample space for guests to relax and unwind after a day spent exploring all of the magnificent sights Rome has to offer. Rooms are large and tranquil; a testament to the building’s ecclesiastical 17th century heritage with Baroque architecture, high ceilings, authentic arches and understated elegance. In keeping with the original architecture, each suite has its own individual personality, with different colour schemes and furnishings. The suites vary in dimensions, starting from Executive Double rooms, to Royal Suites, Executive Duplex Apartments, and right through to two Presidential Suites.
Chef Rodolfo Chieroni showcases his culinary masterpieces in Giardino Di Ripetta, creating not only optimum Italian flavours but visually stunning dishes. The refined dining room is peppered with modern and antique art against fine antique furniture, natural hues and luxurious soft furnishing’s. For starlit dining or to enjoy some Roman sun, meals are also served in the outdoor Mediterranean Giardino di Ripetta.
Cafe Di Ripetta is the hotel's classic city centre bar and perfect location for a relaxing drink on seated on one of the chesnut leather stools or banquettes. Expertly mixed cocktails and a diverse list of local and international wines, spirits and beers are listed in an extensive bar menu.