Colosseum Suite at Palazzo Manfredi

  • The private terrace to welcome your friends.

    The private terrace to welcome your friends.

  • The chic bedroom.

    The chic bedroom.

  • Having some meal at the terrace with Colosseum in the background.

    Having some meal at the terrace with Colosseum in the background.

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One of Rome’s oldest hotels, the five-star Palazzo Manfredi, has just opened its Colosseum Suite, named after the iconic Roman landmark which can be seen superbly from the suite’s private terrace. The 60-square-meter suite spares no expense when it comes to luxury. It has its own Jacuzzi, hammam, also known as a Turkish bath, and a small fitness center. The hotel also imbued opulence into the suite’s details. The lush silver- and bronze-hued fabrics were created by internationally-known Italian brand Missoni, and the suite’s custom-made furniture was built by renowned designers Van Egmond and Ingo Maurer.

Via Labicana, 125, Rome; 39-6/7759-1380;

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