Villa Spalletti Trivelli
AddressVia Piacenza 4 RomeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
With 12 rooms in a glorious mansion in central Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli was built by Gabriella Rasponi, widow of Italian senator Count Venceslao Spalletti Triveli and the niece of Carolina Bonaparte (Napoleon's sister). It's a soujourn in a stately home: rooms are soberly and elegantly decorated, and the sitting rooms are hung with 16th-century tapestries or lined by antique books.There's a basement spa.
Our independent authors have visited Villa Spalletti Trivelli and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Monti, Esquilino & San Lorenzo.
Description provided by property
Just 200 metres from the Quirinale Presidential Palace, the Spalletti Trivelli is set in a historical villa. It offers a spa, a peaceful garden, and luxurious rooms decorated in a mix of modern and traditional styles.
Rooms and suites at the Villa Spalletti Trivelli have elegant antique and contemporary furnishings. Each comes with a seating area or separate lounge, a satellite LCD TV, and soft bathrobes and slippers in the private bathroom.
An Italian breakfast also including an American buffet with freshly prepared savoury dishes is provided daily, served on the shaded garden terrace in fine weather.
The wellness centre includes a free gym, a bio sauna and Turkish bath. Massage treatments are also available.
Via Nazionale, 150 metres form the property, has bus services to Termini Station and the Vatican. The Trevi Fountain is a 5-minute walk away.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
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