Mandarin Oriental to Open Luxury Hotel in Rome in 2026

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced the development of Mandarin Oriental, Rome, slated to open in 2026. This new hotel will bring the group’s Italian portfolio to five, complementing its existing properties in Milan and Lake Como, alongside the recent announcements of Cortina and Porto Cervo. The group is collaborating with Merope Asset Management, an Italian real estate investment and development company, for the project.

Mandarin Oriental, Rome will be housed in 10 villas dating to the 19th century. The property, surrounded by landscaped gardens, is just steps away from the city’s popular attractions and archaeological sites.

The villas will accommodate 108 guestrooms and suites, offering views of the surrounding gardens or the city’s landmarks. Many of the suites will feature private gardens and terraces. The interior design will be curated by the French design duo Gilles & Boissier. The culinary options will be designed by DimoreStudio with landscaping by Parc Nouveau.

Mandarin Oriental, Rome will offer six restaurants and bars, including a standalone dining concept in one of the villas, and the rooftop Mandarin Bar.

The signature spa will feature six treatment rooms, one VIP treatment suite, thermal rooms and a sundeck. Other facilities include indoor and outdoor pools, and a fitness center.

The property is located between Via Piemonte and Via Sallustiana within The Gardens of Sallust, an ancient Roman archeological site. Nearby attractions include Via Veneto, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum and Piazza Navona.

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