Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome Announces New Wing With 16 Suites

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Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome will launch a new Splendide wing with 16 brand-new suites this fall.

The section will include four Deluxe rooms and 12 Junior Suites and Suites that can hold up to four individuals. Traditional and modern Italian styles are combined with light tones to brighten the room. Italian marble, wide, skylight windows and exclusive amenities accentuate the fusion style.

Hotel Splendide Royal, a Baroque-style property, overlooks the Villa Borghese gardens. It is in the Via Veneto area on a hill directly above the center of Rome and the Villa Borghese gardens, and is just few minutes walking distance from several historical landmarks. The hotel's terraces provide views across the city from Trinità dei Monti all the way to Saint Peter. The Mirabelle Restaurant, located on the seventh floor of the hotel, also hosts panoramic view of the city.

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Hotel Splendide Royal is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Together with the current Royal Wing's 69 rooms and suites, Hotel Splendide Hotel now offers 85 keys in total. It is part of the Roberto Naldi Collection, which is a family-owned selection of luxury hotels based in Rome, Lugano and Paris.

Last year, its sister property, Hôtel Splendide Royal, Paris, France joined Relais & Chateaux.

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