You have reached Via Nazionale, a location strategically positioned to visit the city; upon entering Domus Livia you will have the impression of being hosted in a luxurious Roman residence, on the fifth floor of an impressive 19th century palazzo in Rome’s historic center.
The artisans of the hotel sector
This new hospitality concept will surely be appreciated by all those who see a traditional hotel as being too anonymous and a bed & breakfast as being too simple. It offers deluxe yet friendly accommodation, at competitive prices, for the tasteful and privacy-loving guest, someone who pays attention to details: a guest who knows how to choose.
An elegant reception: our strength
You will be welcomed warmly and professionally, and all your needs will be catered to during your entire stay. Continental breakfast self-service in the room: an excellent “Lavazza” espresso or a frothy cappuccino or an American-style coffee and top quality products.
First-rate hotel standards
You will notice that the rooms have been elegantly renovated, according to first-rate hotel standards (soundproof windows, free wi-fi internet, satellite TV, video surveillance, smoke detectors, mini bar, direct phone line etc.). Families will be able to choose between adding a bed to their room, a 25 square meter “family room” or two wonderful communicating rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom.
Luxurious suites in a harmony of colors
Our luxurious, classical-style suites blend perfectly with the 19th century palazzo; they are differentiated by their pleasant and varied harmony of colors, and are enhanced by a fine parquet and high ceilings decorated with delicate tones. They range from the relaxing ambience of the green-toned suites, to the warm shades of the terracotta colors, typical of Rome’s palazzos, to the elegant combination of classical browns with light blue ceilings. The warm shades of the wallpaper and tapestries, also used in the charming bathrooms, create a relaxing and warm atmosphere, one characterized by comfort and privacy.
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