Six Senses Rome started accepting reservations for stays in early 2023. Six Senses’ first hotel in Italy will offer a green oasis amid the busy Via del Corso. Enjoying a prime position within the UNESCO world heritage site of Rome’s historic center, it is just a few steps away from iconic landmarks such as the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain.
Six Senses Rome is located in the former Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, named after the prominent families who once lived within its walls. This historical building dates back as far as the 15th century. Its original façade and monumental staircase were restored. The façade of the neighboring church San Marcello al Corso, a fine example of Italian Baroque, has also undergone major renovation works.
Interiors, that were created by architect Patricia Urquiola, are modern in style with sustainable architecture and design accents, featuring creative planting, natural light, and breezy open spaces. Featuring traditional Cocciopesto plasterwork and locally sourced Travertine limestones, the 96 guest rooms and suites are refined and cozy, with patterns and graphic elements throughout, staying true to the brand’s love of authenticity.
Guests will dine at BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar. Located on the ground floor, it will serve modern Italian cuisine with a Roman nod and plenty of plant-based options. The buzzy lifestyle space features an open kitchen, dedicated deli corners, a Josper grill, and a wood-fired oven. It opens out to an elegant terrace, ideal for networking, reading, thinking, or creating. NOTOS Rooftop specializes in tempting bites and creative sips, surrounded by unparalleled 360-degree panoramic views.
Six Senses Spa connects international travelers with the local community through the tradition of ancient Roman bathing. The three plunge pools reproduce the calidarium, tepidarium, and frigidarium, reducing inflammation through heat and helping muscle recovery through a 60-minute journey. There’s also a Hammam, biohacking and meditation rooms, sauna, outdoor yoga deck, fitness center, and five treatment rooms (one for couples).
Six Senses Rome is also gearing up to take guests behind the walls of some of the most significant Roman cultural institutions, including the Palazzo Colonna and selected galleries such as the Borghese, and Doria Pamphilj. From the magic of holding the brush with “Catching the Light” painting classes to exploring the secrets of a Restoration Studio with “Layers of Life” experiences and wandering hidden water channels underneath the Trevi Fountain, Six Senses Rome is rich with ideas for hands-on and multi-sensory art, archaeology, fashion, and gastronomy wonders.
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