InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace Opens Its Doors

InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace has officially opened. Located on one of Rome’s most iconic streets, Via Veneto, the hotel bears the signature of renowned Italian architect Carlo Busiri Vici, occupying a landmark building originally constructed in 1900 to host ambassadors staying in Rome, before serving as the American Embassy Library in 1946.

The hotel houses 160 rooms and suites in a style that combines neo-classical details with contemporary design. The design borrows from the Renaissance’s classic architectural elements, gables and columns to create symmetrical elegant shapes and the interiors reflect attention to detail. Good to know: The hotel is just a short walk away from some of Rome's most iconic landmarks, including the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon. Its central location makes it an ideal base for travelers looking to explore the history, culture and art that Rome has to offer. 

There are multiple culinary options for guests, including Scarpetta NYC, serving Italian cuisine alongside flavors of a traditional American steakhouse, for lunch and dinner in an urban space in addition to Charlie's Rooftop and Anita’s Bar and Lounge.. Aiming to enhance the aromas and flavors of raw ingredients, the wine list will comprise both Italian and American selections along with a New York-style cocktail menu. Offering beautiful views over the city, Charlie’s Rooftop offers live music and exclusive DJ sets, sophisticated mixology, and canapés. Anita’s Lounge & Bar is the first space guests see when they enter the hotel, home to a 600-bulb chandelier. 

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