Grand Hotel Ritz: How to Live Rome with Charm

Grand Hotel Ritz, a charming hotel in Rome.
Rome, the city with millenial history and a thousand faces. The city that changes with the light of dawn and sunset and that offers scenarios that are always different and unique.
Rome is well worth a visit at any time of the year, from a spring that fills with jasmine perfume to the hot summer rich in events and movida, from a winter that’s usually mild to the autumn that offers unforgettable colors.
Rome is a city that is slowly awakening, putting on exhibitions and events, even if the best is given by the history of the city itself: houses, monuments, villas and palaces and sumptuous churches, parks, the best places for capturing moments of life.
Rome becomes the perfect location for the shooting of daily life in imagery, inspired by colors… an outfit, you never feel out of place and paradoxically this feeling is similar to the one that one aims for in New York City: freedom!. But this is so obvious. Rome is unique in the world and it is in this uniqueness that you become saturated in enjoyment.
Grand Hotel Ritz
A perfect place to stay a few days is certainly the Grand Hotel Ritz, just renovated with great care and passion by the property that it has become the perfect place of appointments and meeting point in the capital.
The Grand Hotel Ritz is located in the pleasant district of Parioli, close to the center but away from the traffic and bustle and two steps away from the Park of Music with the Auditorium designed by Renzo Piano. Villa Borghese is only a kilometer and a half away, as is the Contemporary Art Museum MAXXI, but everything becomes easy. There is a shuttle service available free of charge for guests to easily reach the historical center.
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The Grand Hotel Ritz is a space where you feel at home immediately, the hall  welcomes guests with its sofas and Bar Dei Cesari. Its tea room is perfect for informal or work meetings.
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What is striking is the extreme care with which the rooms are furnished, often with handmade frescoes by skillful painters. Every detail is studied as the precious marble and ceramics from Vietri in the bathrooms, stuccoes and decorations. Large spaces are well designed so that the guest feels at home in every solution choice: from the rooms to the presidential suites: exclusivity is in every room.
From the classic deluxe rooms to the junior suites, they all offer very large spaces and comfort. Arriving to the suites, each is personalized.
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There are two suites that are fully the spirit of the Grand Hotel Ritz: the Presidential Verdi and the Presidential Puccini. Two jewels of 170 and 120 square meters, where you choose a refined contemporary elegance or a world more classic and sumptuous. A mood is evoked that takes you back in time, when the hotel became veritable second homes in some periods of the year.
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There are two other diamond tips that make the Ritz really special: on the seventh floor, in front of a breathtaking view is located The Roof, the restaurant of the famous chef Gaetano Costa that gathers around its refined tables, business lunches and romantic dinners. In the lowest floor is located Musa Luxury Spa, a corner of wellness and relaxation unique in its genre, it suffices  to say that the Spa – rigorously designed as Spa Suite for two persons – has won prestigious awards for three consecutive years. Musa is created by Spa Manager Daniela Chioccia: she has other unique Spa in the heart of Rome and her concept of wellness is constantly expanding.
The Grand Hotel Ritz is a place that encloses all that really serves an accommodation of excellence in Rome, be it a business or leisure trip.
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Via Chelini 41 – 00197 Roma
Phone +39 06 802291

Le Roof Restaurant 

Chef Gaetano Costa (reservation recommended)

Olympia by Musa Luxury Spa 

Spa Manager & Founder Daniela Chioccia (reservation required)

Photo by Franco Olivetti