On the majestic Piazza Barberini- with Berninis magnificent baroque fountain of the Triton- stands a charming little hotel whose name is an homage to the style that inspired the most stenographic squares and monuments of Rome; the Hotel Barocco Rome. The entrance on the quiet Via della Purificazione leads into the cozy- refined hall with its sofas covered in beige and orange-striped damask- oriental carpets and Trompe Loeil walls with scenes of classical Rome.
The intimate and relaxing breakfast room next to the hall features elements in cherry-wood. The atmosphere of this exclusive hotel is one of elegance- reserve and comfort. The Clientele consists of businessmen- professionals- artists and journalists as well as visitors from all over the world who come here to discover the beauties of Rome and the city secret corners. Read More…
Each of the 41 rooms on sixth floors has a different layout; some also have balconies and terraces overlooking parts of the square and Rome's picturesque roofs, princely palaces and flowered penthouses. The interiors boast soft floral fabrics in shades of blue and red, cherry wood, mirrors and precious marbles in the bathrooms.
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