Villa Spalleti Trivelli | from $400.00 EUR per room

Posted by Laura Hernandez - Nurse · in Rome, Italy · about Luxury

Villa Spalleti Trivelli | from $400.00 EUR per room

Posted by Laura Hernandez - Nurse · in Rome, Italy · about Luxury

In the heart of Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is unique among the historic residences—a discreet and intimate luxury villa hotel, elegant and refined drawing rooms furnished with genuine antiques, exclusive wellness centre, sumptuous rooms with every comfort.

Villa Spalletti Trivelli is situated on one of the original Seven Hills of Rome, the Quirinale, and is steps from Piazza del Quirinale and just minutes from the Fountain of Trevi. The hotel is in an ideal position for visiting Rome's stunning historical sites as well as the elegant shopping districts of Via del Corso and Via Condotti, and public offices such as the Ministry of the Interior, the Constitutional Court and others.

Of all the boutique hotels in Rome, Villa Spalletti Trivelli is the paradigm, perfectly placed to experience the Eternal City. Classicism, splendor and comfort. Relax in a century-old, opulent city retreat, formerly the private home of the aristocratic family and renovated between 2004-2006.

If you book your Rome getaway directly with us at North South Travel you will receive these exclusive benefits:

  • Room Upgrade upon availability at check-in
  • Euro 30.00 F&B Voucher per stay
  • Bottle of Wine in the room upon arrival

The sumptuous Villa is permeated by an aura of lavish nobility, stylishly yet unostentatiously appointed with great care for the choice of details.

Staying here is a unique experience in itself, a former private home, the staff are trained to still serve that way and will leave guests alone unless asked. It is designed to make you feel like you are in your own home. Fancy a fine scotch? Help yourself from the open bar in the drawing room. Feel like a glass of prosecco in the rooftop hot tub? Just pour yourself a glass and relax. This is all included in your stay. If you want something to eat for lunch or dinner, just go to the dining room and buzz for one of the staff who will serve you a delicious home-made meal created from recipes passed down through the generations.

Accommodation is characterized by a balance of classicism with contemporary comfort, public areas are large and airy, showcasing antiques from the family’s collection.

Prestige Deluxe Room

Tranquil and alluring, during the warm summer months the villa's private gardens provide respite from Rome's hustle and bustle.

For those seeking rejuvenation, the hotel's Health Centre offers restorative wellness therapies.

The hotel’s rooftop has undergone complete transformation and has become a new sanctuary to enjoy throughout the day and into the evening. Enjoy the new Rooftop Garden complete with comfy, shaded sofas and sun loungers, the rooftop bar and bubbling Jacuzzis will offer tranquil areas with wonderful views across the roofs of the Italian capital accompanied by soft, soothing music. Accommodating up to 60 people, the Roof Terrace is also available upon request for private hire.

Private hot tub

Rooftop by night

For those of you who love history- staying at Villa Spalleti Trivelli will take you back in time. Gabriella Rasponi, widow of Count Venceslao Spalletti Trivelli, Senator of the Kingdom of Italy, niece of Gioacchino Murat and Carolina Bonaparte (Napoleon's sister), purchased the land across from the gardens of the Quirinal Palace, where the house of Tito Pomponio Attico, editor and friend of Cicero, once stood. She entrusted the task of building Villa Spalletti Trivelli to Architect Domenico Avenali (who availed of expert artists and artisans, like Edoardo Gioja). Thanks to the vision of Countess Rasponi, President of the National Council of Italian Women, Villa Spalletti Trivelli became an important political and cultural meeting place. Every Thursday afternoon, the influential figures of the time frequented the villa’s drawing rooms. This included the likes of Romualdo Bonfaldini, Sidney Sonnino and Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize winner in Literature in 1913. In the early 1930s, Cesare Spalletti Trivelli inherited the historic residence in downtown Rome from his mother where he would then live with his wife, Countess Guendalina Cavazzi della Somaglia. Respectively made a Gentleman and Lady of the Court of Queen Marie José of Belgium (wife of Umberto II of Savoia, the last King of Italy), the count and countess would then leave the villa to their son, Piero, a sensitive writer and refined poet. In 2004, Giangiacomo Spalletti Trivelli, son of Count Piero, and his wife, Susanna, daughter of horseback riding champion Raimondo d'Inzeo, decided to convert the family's historic residence into an exclusive luxury residence for the more refined and demanding travellers. Their children now manage the property and pictures of their entire family can be found around the residence.

If you are interested in booking this property and planning a special stay in Rome, please fill out our "contact us" form below or call us on 604-736-7447 and mention this article.

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