Immersed in the splendor of ancient Rome, Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome sits at the heart of Piazza della Repubblica. It has a fascinating architectural history with original elements commissioned by Pope Clement XI for the Vatican in 1705. The building is suspended over the ancient Diocletian Thermal Baths. Its excavated foundations, pools and mosaics can be seen through the lower ground floor. The hotel is also home to one of the largest rooftop terraces in the city, affording stunning views over the skyline.
Rooms and Suites
The 238 guest rooms and suites of this luxury five-star property blend old-world glamour and elegant comfort with the ease of modern amenities. Interior design ranges from Neoclassical to Contemporary. Accommodation options offer varying configurations and styles with panoramic city views and spacious terraces.
11 Duplex Suites boast stunning views over the Piazza and the Fountain of the Naiads. There are three Executive Suites which offer unique features including a treadmill, Jacuzzi, a steam bath and a terrace. The two Presidential Suites feature double-height French windows, marble bathrooms and a living room with dining area and kitchenette.
Guest can choose among five unique dining experiences. Indoor and al fresco venues honor Italy’s culinary traditions with contemporary flair. The Lobby Bar is popular with guests, and the intimate Ristorante Tazio serves Roman delights paired with Italy’s finest wines. Guests can enjoy cocktails and other delicious beverages at Champagnerie overlooking the Fountain of the Naiads. Or, you could dine against the backdrop of the skyline at the Posh Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge Bar, a truly romantic spot. La Frusta is the choice location for breakfast overlooking Piazza della Repubblica. The culinary experiences are led by Chef Niko Sinisgalli.
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome is currently undergoing its transition to the Anantara brand. The refurbishment will start in January 2022 and continue throughout next year. It will include an updated lobby with a glamorous mix of fine details and refined designs. A new bar with Art Nouveau décor, a rooftop space with panoramic views and a wellness area will be added.
The hotel’s Spa has four treatment rooms and offers a range of massages and facial treatments. In 2022, a new Anantara Spa will debut on the hotel’s top floor. The facilities include a steam bath, a hammam, hydrotherapy, a sauna and relaxation area. In the fitness center guests can avail of personal training sessions and yoga classes. They will also have the opportunity to exercise in the gardens of Villa Borghese.
The Eternal City is full of life. A range of experiences curated by Anantara will encompass the Vatican’s gravitas to the ultra-hip, bohemian neighborhoods of Trastevere, Monti and Campo dei Fiori. Guests will delight in the hidden scenes of the city of cinema or the lush gardens of the private palaces and villas that make up Rome’s many faces. Or, you could learn to make Roman pasta or gelati at cooking classes overlooking the Piazza, with fresh ingredients discovered at the market with the Chef.
In winter, guests can zip through cobbled alleys, seated in a double sidecar, or in a vintage Fiat 500 for a tour of Rome’s highlights.