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Valadier Hotel In Rome

valadier hotel in rome
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Hotel de Russie
Hotel de Russie
Situated on Romes fashionable Via del Babuino, the Hotel de Russie is an old - and new - landmark of the Eternal City thanks to Sir Rocco Forte. Designed by famous architect Giuseppe Valadier, the hotels decidedly non-Italian name comes from the fact that it was a favourite of Russian dignitaries during the 1800s. After changing hands a few times, the building was requisitioned by the Italian military during the Second World War. Next it became the headquarters of Italian state television, only to reopen again at the beginning of this millennium as an exceptional place to stay. Indisputably, the Hotel de Russies focal point is its spectacular terraced garden. An oasis of palm trees, transplanted Roman ruins and grottoes, it dates back to the original hotels inauguration and is one of the best places in Rome to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The brand-new rooms are skilfully decorated in serene, dusky tones. Spacious yet cosy, they feature the latest in modern technology. The service? Perfetto. After your arrival, while youre out exploring the Spanish Steps or Piazza del Popolo - both just minutes away - your luggage will be unpacked and your clothes pressed. Truly first class.
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View from the roof of Hotel Valadier - our headquarters in Rome

valadier hotel in rome