Grand Hotel Via Veneto

The renovation project, which has entailed the assembling of the two 19th-century buildings, allowed it to be nominated one of the three best hotel projects in the world by the “Mipim Award 2009” in Cannes. The Hotel has been granted a Five Star Diamond award for three consecutive years until 2011, when it has been included in the Condé Nast Traveler list of the 101 most beautiful hotels in the world.

In 2014 it has won the World Luxury Hotel Awards.

At the entrance the original “Map of Rome” drawn in 1748 by Giovanni Battista Nolli, gives guests a warm “welcome” to Rome! It is a rare masterpiece, genuine icon of Rome’s History.

A location where the myth of Dolce Vita and timeless beauty hold hands, a few steps away from Piazza Barberini, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna, and Villa Borghese.

"This hotel offers luxury in the true sense of the word, with superb, retro-style guestrooms and a collection of more than 500 original paintings on display"
-  Michelin Guide 2017

The hotel boasts 116 rooms and suites decorated in an Italian Art Deco style of the 30s, readapted to the modern taste, constantly attentive to detail and meticulously focused on comfort.

The fine wood of the furniture is fruit of the mastery of the Artisans of Cantù.

On the walls there are exclusive photographic panels portraying the ruins and the monuments of Rome, shot by Francesco de Marzio, renowned international writer and photographer: they represent the “fragments of Rome”.

Grand Hotel Via Veneto is a work of art made of works of art that dialogue in a delicate equilibrium of elegance and sobriety, creating the perfect alchemy between ancient and modern.

Love for art and excellent service naturally combine in this Hotel, thus resulting in a refined, welcoming and relaxing environment in the very heart of Rome.

Warm nuances and smooth lines of the decor and tapestry, inspired by the creations of Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann.

Personalized chandeliers in Murano glass, lamps made in Florence.

Travertine stairways with cast iron balustrades, the pavements in black granite and the crystal ceiling in the hall on which a veil of water flows on top.

All of this enriched by a collection of masterpieces of renowned artists such as Angeli, Baj, Burri, Carrà, Dalì, de Chirico, Guidi, Guttuso, Marino, Mirò, Nespolo, Picasso, Rotella, Schifano, that adorn the halls and the corridor where the rooms are located.

A refined, welcoming and relaxing environment in the very heart of Rome.