NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto
Travellers wanting to stay in Rome’s tony Via Veneto district ought to check in to the NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto. The building is a former Vatican-owned convent that was converted in 2009 into a 201-room luxury hotel. Guest rooms have a contemporary, even minimalist decorum, and comfortable amenities, like cozy sofas and giant, thick bath linens. The best rooms are the suites, which sleep four people and have balconies or terraces with excellent views Villa Borghese Park. The hotel is also dog and cat friendly if you’re travelling with pets. Rome is a walking city, and this hotel is so close to the bustling ancient city. From here you can stroll into town in five minutes and meet with attractions like Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon. All around around the hotel’s vicinity are high end boutiques, excellent restaurants and rollicking bars and cafes. The Villa Borghese is one of Rome’s most beautiful parks and just next to the hotel for those who like to take a morning stroll or bike ride. Also in the Villa Borghese are several museums, among them, the Borghese Museum that holds one of the world’s most spectacular art collections. If you want to relax at the hotel, there are some outstanding in-house services and amenities, including a gym and a well stocked lounge bar. The hotel’s La Cupola Restaurant serves elegant Italian and Mediterranean fare, and wines pulled from the properties vast wine cellar. It’s a popular restaurant, even with locals. Another great aspect about this hotel is that it’s not in the thick of Rome’s commotion and morning commuters. The property feels removed from all this bustle, isolated in the best possible way, and quiet, even as it’s steps away from all the city’s best attractions.
By AFAR Traveler
Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy