Hotel de Russie in Rome Unveils Newly Renovated Suites

Hotel de Russie
Hotel de Russie/ Rocco Forte Hotels

Popolo Suite living room, Hotel de Russie

Looking to live la dolce vita in Rome this summer? The Hotel de Russie, part of the Rocco Forte Collection, recently unveiled a complete refurbishment of its finest two suites. Olga Polizzi, the Rocco Forte Director of Design, hand-selected the antiques, rugs, and original artwork to create the ambiance of a private Italian apartment. Situated on the top floor of the hotel, the spacious Popolo Suite has a wrap-around terrace, a dining room, and his/her walk-in closets. Also recently renovated, the Picasso Suite takes its name from the famous artist who stayed at the hotel in 1917. With a private terrace overlooking the hotel’s secret garden, the Picasso suite reflects its namesake artist’s style with lithographs and hand-crafted cushions reflecting Picasso’s famous painting, Portrait De Dora Maar.

As part of the Rocco Forte “Suite Experience,” guests are privy to a number of complimentary amenities, including a one-way Mercedes S-Class airport transfer, in-suite check-in, full breakfast, a bottle of Franciacorta and seasonal fruits, pressing of 4 garments, unpacking service and more. Suite guests also get to choose a “personalizing experience” like a one-hour tour of the city’s boutiques with a personal shopper or a wine tasting session.

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