Fresh From Fendi: The Suites

View of Rome from Castel Sant'Angelo, Italy
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Zuma (here) and lounge bar (right) provide places for guests to relax. Zuma hosts guests on the top two floors of the Palazzo and the lounge includes an outdoor terrace.
Zuma (here) and lounge bar (below right) provide places for guests to relax. Zuma hosts guests on the top two floors of the Palazzo and the lounge includes an outdoor terrace.

The fashion house, Fendi, has designed seven plush suites above its flagship store in Rome. Palazzo Fendi is within walking distance of the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Vatican City. If we were staying there, here’s how we’d spend our day. First off, we’d take the complimentary private tour of Fendi’s flagship store then we’d take the in-room iPad that’s been programmed with seven walking tours to see the Eternal City. After a full day of sightseeing, we would return to Palazzo Fendi’s new rooftop Zuma Restaurant, where we’d get preferred seating because we’re staying in one of the suites. Nice, right? Don’t forget to reserve time to relax in those suites, which are decked out in Fendi Casa furniture and sheets. Plus, we hear that the Palazzo Suites have views of Largo Goldoni — a small square at the end of Via Condotti. Yes, please.

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