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Rome Cavalieri, Rome

29 January 2017

Words:Laura Coughlin / Images: Rome Cavalieri

Walking through the palatial Rome Cavalieri, perched on the leafy hill of Monte Mario, is like walking through one of the world’s best art galleries.

Just 15 minutes from Vatican City, the 53-year-old property is more than a luxury hotel; it’s home to a museum-worthy assortment of masters’ paintings, rare tapestries, French period furniture, exquisite sculptures and other artefacts. Guests can tune into the hotel’s iPod guide and take a leisurely tour through the collection.

Each of the 345 rooms and 25 suites are kingly and beautifully styled with navy and gold-stitched carpets, fresh flowers and marble bathrooms. Opt for an Imperial Rome view room and wake up with a panorama of The Eternal City in all its glory.

Deep pockets? Pick the presidential suite, detailed with Swarovski, Karl Lagerfeld and Andy Warhol, a huge terrace and Jacuzzi, and private access to La Pergola, Heinz Beck’s three Michelin-starred restaurant.

romecavalieri.com

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