Residing in a quiet back street close to the Spanish Steps and Via dei Condotti, Hotel d’Inghilterra Roma is an elegant hideaway that reflects a glamorous history as the former home of an aristocratic family. Intimate and refined, this distinguished property has a renowned fine dining restaurant, an atmospheric English bar and stunning individually designed rooms and suites. At the heart of Rome's designer shopping district around Via Condotti, moments from the Spanish Steps and a short walk to the Trevi Fountain it’s a great starting point for those who are new to the city.
Decorated in a traditional and opulent style, Hotel d’Inghilterra boasts period furniture and Neapolitan painitgas at every turn. Relax in one of the hotel’s cosy sitting rooms surrounded by wood panelling, Chinese lacquer ware and Baroque mirrors and take in the history of the hotel, which that dates back to the 17th century, when Princess Torlonia housed her guests here.
Every guest room is unique but each offers with generous marble bathrooms, Baroque mirrors, oriental carpets and lashings of gilt that transport you to another age. The highlight is the heavenly Penthouse Suite with its flower filled terrace overlooking the city.
Café Romano is a small yet elegant place to eat, for al fresco dining is possible on the pavement tables on Via Borgogna, a great spot for people watching. Chef Antonio Vitale’s culinary creativity was honed working at several Michelin star restaurants and he has taken the cuisine of Rome to heart, revisiting it with a fresh approach to Italian fine dining. His menus, based on popular Italian classics with contemporary flair, maximise seasonal local produce. The Bond Bar is a sophisticated British style bar set in against a backdrop of classic and modern art. The illustrious bartender Roberto Pezucco, expertly mixes martinis, signature cocktails.