Project Description

Number of rooms : 2
Capacity max : 4 pax

Description

Rocco Forte House is a striking 18th-century Roman palazzo perched on Piazza di Spagna in the historical heart of Rome, comprising five apartments designed by creative icon Tommaso Ziffer, a long-time collaborator of both Valentino and Olga Polizzi.

Paying homage to the Baroque Spanish Embassy, this two-bedroom penthouse is perched on the fourth floor with breath-taking views and distinguished flair. The generous living space is fitted with burgundy velvets beneath a glittering chandelier, while a fully equipped kitchen adjoins the connecting dining room. Endowed with ornate mirrors, the dining space is perfect for entertaining whilst the sun-drenched terrace is ideal for alfresco eating backdropped by panoramic views of the Piazza di Spagna and Trinità dei Monti. Both bedrooms have superking-sized beds and Italian marble bathrooms with freestanding baths, showers and double wash basins. There is also a guest powder room.

Just across the piazza, guests at Rocco Forte House can enjoy dining and spa facilities at the Hotel de la Ville. Your dedicated House Concierge is always on hand to make your stay even more memorable.

Interior Room

Capacity

Bedrooms : 2

Beds: 4

Exterior

  • Position : Art City
  • Airport : Rome Fiumicino (FCO) in 32 kms

Rocco Forte House is found on the elegant Via del Babuino, overlooking Piazza di Spagna, in Rome’s Centro Storico. Perfectly located for sightseeing, the Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum, Villa Borghese and the designer shops of the fashion district are all within easy reach. From the panoramic fifth-floor terrace, views of Trinità dei Monti, Villa Medici and the terracotta rooftops of Rome are remarkable.