Once the aristocratic residence of the noble Torlonia family, in the 19th century it was transformed into a hotel, patronized regularly by Byron, Keats and Shelley in the 1800s, followed by the likes of Mark Twain, Hemingway, Liz Taylor and Gregory Peck in the Dolce Vita years of the 1900s. This famed hotel is currently the object of a refurbishment plan, divided into various stages, aimed at returning it to its former splendour.
The restructuring works, carried out in full respect of tradition with, however, new design choices, were personally coordinated by hotel manager Marco Milocco and artistic director Countess Cristina Gotti Lega who, together with the Royal Demeure hotel group, masterminded the entire renovation of the third floor and the hotel’s communal areas. Subsequent renovation works will also be concentrated on the Cafè Romano restaurant and on the rooms of the first and fifth floors.
Situated in the heart of Rome between piazza di Spagna and Via dei Condotti, the five star luxury Hotel d’Inghilterra, offers 88 individually appointed rooms and suites, a hall with small, comfortable, stylishly decorated lounges, the retrò style Bond Bar and the Cafè Romano, a superb restaurant featuring creative Roman and cosmopolitan dishes. For meetings and events, it offers the rooms of the Palazzo dei Principi di Torlonia, located in front of the hotel, and a Roof Garden extending over a surface of 200 sq.m. with the Presidential Suite.
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