Renovated Hotel Eden Rome Accepting Reservations for April 2017

View of Rome from Castel Sant'Angelo, Italy
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On 1 November 2015, Hotel Eden Rome closed its doors for a major overhaul. In announcing the renovation, the Dorchester Collection noted its “continuous investment in taking the luxury experience to new levels.” Dating to 1889, the famous hotel is getting a full makeover of 98 rooms and suites, now equipped with master controlled lighting and climate control, high-speed Wi-Fi, Bang & Olufsen televisions and sound systems with Bluetooth connectivity.

Responsible for the interiors are designers Bruno Moinard of 4BI & Associates and Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku, from Jouin Manku (behind the glam look of the restaurant/bar at another Dorchester Collection property: the Plaza Athénée in Paris).

There will be some buzzworthy new additions including a “hidden library bar” and a brand new spa with a blow-dry bar. The rooftop restaurant has always been a place to appreciate the vistas over the Eternal City, and the renovation project will also unveil new dining concepts. For those traveling to Rome in the spring: the Hotel Eden Rome is now accepting reservations from April 2017.

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