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The Paolina Borghese Suite comprises two generous double rooms complete with Portuguese pink marble bathroom, making it the ideal choice to accommodate two couples in complete privacy, or a single family of four.The first room is decorated with a fresco featuring grotesques and geometric patterns, and includes a large, full-height, antiqued mirror that brings out the space’s impressive symmetry. The second room features a circular fresco with arabesques, which is reflected by a mosaic rosette on the floor. For maximum comfort, the two single beds measure 120 x 190.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, Italian
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:August 2017
Interaction with guests:
Nobildonne Suite does not offer its guests only Suites. In the middle of the structure, a large Salon is available at any time, day and night, to enrich your stay.
A wide Chesterfield sofa, comfortable armchairs, a fireplace and a magnificent fresco-painted ceiling will welcome you for a relaxing break, to read a book or a newspaper, or to browse with your laptop, surrounded by an extraordinary setting.
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About the neighbourhood
Just a few minutes’ strolling will allow you to discover a series of truly extraordinary places, from the Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps, to the Ara Pacis with the Richard Meier Museum, Piazza del Popolo, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
The finest shopping streets for the best in Italian fashion are just around the corner, including Via Condotti, Via Frattina and Via del Corso; as are numerous legendary names in the history of Rome’s traditions of food and drink, such as the Antico Caffè Greco, Giolitti and Ciampini, to name but a few.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Fiumicino : 30.0 km
Railway: Termini: 5.0 km
Ferry: Civitavecchia: 50.0 km
A metro stop (Piazza di Spagna Station) is in the vicinity if you need to go further afield, or reach the airports, and there is a convenient taxi rank and bus station at nearby Piazza Augusto Imperatore.