AddressLungotevere Delle Armi 22/23 RomeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A stunning boutique hotel in a graceful riverside villa owned by the famous Fendi fashion family. The 14 gorgeous rooms are all individually decorated – particularly impressive is the Crystal Room with its perspex furniture, and the Garden Room with its original Picasso – and each comes with its own kitchen facilities. Breakfast is not included.
Our independent authors have visited Villa Laetitia and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Vatican City, Borgo & Prati.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Ticket service
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Villa Laetitia.is set in a building of the early 20th century, completely renovated by Anna Fendi Venturini, one of the 5 Fendi sisters. Surrounded by a peaceful botanical garden, it is a 20-minute walk from the Spanish Steps.
The rooms are individually designed and decorated. Most rooms come with a kitchenette, and have a patio or terrace overlooking the lush gardenz. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire property.
At the restaurant Enoteca la Torre, guests can taste Italian specialities. Michelin-starred Chef Danilo Ciavattini is in charge of the kitchen.
Walk to Piazza del Popolo in just 15 minutes from Villa Laetitia. You will be near the Tiber River and within easy reach of the Vatican City.
Staff at reception is always available to organise city tours.
If you expect to arrive outside check-in hours, please inform the property in advance.
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