Rome's Hotel Hassler Unveils Renovated Presidential Penthouse Suite

Hotel Hassler, Presidential Penthouse SuiteRoom 712 at the Hotel Hassler has gone under the knife. The 7th floor Penthouse Suite recently unveiled the fruits of a three-month makeover: a modern look with Classical accents, enhanced by sumptuous new furnishings, décor, lighting and top-of-the-line technology. The biggest selling point: the suite’s private terrace, sprawling across 160 square meters and offering unrivaled views of the Eternal City. (The Gazebo, complete with fireplace, is a killer spot for hosting a cocktail party with al fresco snacks.) The hotel itself, a favorite of A-list celebs, is perched atop the Spanish Steps, so you’d be hard-pressed to find a better spot for gazing over Rome.

The Presidential Penthouse Suite has a sitting room lined with walnut wood paneling, a dining room, and a bedroom done up in soft white, grey and beige hues with Botticino marble floors. After a day of sightseeing in Rome, store all your fashionable purchases in the walk-in closet, then relax in the Jacuzzi in the marble-clad master bathroom while looking out over the terrace. And in case you were wondering: all the floor-to-ceiling windows are bullet-proof. Priced from 3,800 euros per night.

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