Glass walls give guests a front-row seat to 360-degree views of the Eternal City, while the furnished private terrace comes complete with a Jacuzzi and a fitness area with Technogym equipment.
Milan-based Rebosio+Spagnulo imagined contemporary interiors channeling traditional Italian design. They recruited some of the country’s top artisans to decorate the three bedrooms, two living rooms, four bathrooms and a dining room. There’s custom furniture by Gabana Arredamenti; a $19,626 chandelier in the Master Bedroom by Lu Murano, the renowned Venice glassmaker; lighting fixtures by Vistosi; fabrics by Domus Market; and an exquisite marble bath by Mongardini in Rome.
The result is a stylish private apartment that’s ideal for hosting exclusive gatherings. In fact, the suite comes with the services of a private chef (three hours) and a barman (two hours) each day who can serve up couture concoctions for toasting the views. (Our favorite from the hotel’s Brunello Lounge Bar is the “Brunello pour le Bonheur,” which is a blend of Tanqueray No. 10 gin, drops of peach bitter, lychee liqueur, green apple liqueur, and Blue Curacao, and is served with a personalized Brunello Lounge Bar gold earring.)
The suite can accommodate six people for the night (making it ideal for family reunions) and has private access for extra security. But we say most guests will want to sit out on the terrace and take in the views. Is there any better view of Rome?
For VIP reservations, contact Manuela Rampado ([email protected]; +011-39- 02-773-331), director of sales and marketing for Baglioni Hotels; Raffaella Palandri ([email protected]; +011-39-06-421-111), director of sales at the Regina Baglioni Rome; or Chiara Dottorini ([email protected]), director of revenue management at Baglioni Hotels. The hotel is helmed by General Manager Luca Virgilio ([email protected]; +011-39-06-421-111).