Italy Buzz: W Hotel to Open in Rome

W Hotel Rome

W Hotels Worldwide has announced the latest property in its line, W Rome. This will be the first W property in Italy. Located in the popular Via Veneto neighborhood, W Rome is expected to open in 2021. 

The hotel will have 159 guest rooms and suites. On the rooftop guests will find a social location for cocktails with panoramic views of the city. The hotel will also have two restaurants, meetings and events space, a FIT workout studio and spa. 

Nearby, guests will be able to visit the famous Spanish Steps and the chic boutiques, dining, and nightlife of Via Condotti.

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W Rome will span two adjacent 19th century properties on Via Liguria. Originally designed for residential use, the buildings previously operated as a hotel, as well as government and private offices. The structures will be renovated and re-imagined to refresh the historic elements, while showcasing the W brand. 

Additionally, guests will have access to the brand’s signature Whatever/Whenever service, delivering whatever they want, whenever they want it.

W Hotels currently operates seven properties in Europe with 10 more planned for the region and W Tel Aviv opening early 2018. W Hotels Madrid, Belgrade and Algarve are scheduled for 2019 followed by Prague and Budapest in 2020. In addition to Rome, W Hotels is also slated to open in Marbella and Edinburgh in 2021. By 2020, W Hotel is expected to have 75 properties open all around the world. 

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