Hotel Lord Byron
Hotel Lord Byron is located in the Parioli Quarter, one of Rome’s most exclusive areas and boasting the city’s highest concentration of banks, foreign embassies, and multinational corporations. The Parioli Quarter is also home to a wealth of fine art and greenery. The hotel itself is within walking distance to the Borghese Gardens, Via Veneto, the Spanish Steps, and Trevi Fountain. This prestigious part of Rome also offers much to see off the beaten path as well: Palazzo Barberini, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, the Auditorium Parco della Musica, and the city zoo, Bioparco di Roma. The interior décor is distinctly posh, reflecting the aristocratic heritage of this former townhome estate. The staff is as refined as their surroundings and are attentive to your every wish.
The guestrooms are decorated in thirties-style Art Deco, while the suites radiate warmth and intimacy. Each room conveys an individual allure, with unique accents like decorative mirrors, extravagant beds, vintage marble baths, and views over stately villas and the pristine park. The Sapori del Lord Byron restaurant holds its own with some of Rome’s best dining venues. Its creative menu features a variety of regional dishes in an elegant Art Deco atmosphere, all paired with top wines from international, regional, and local producers housed in the hotel’s extensive cellar. This attention to quality and detail earned the restaurant a prestigious “Award of Excellence” by Wine Spectator magazine in 2014. The hotel’s Il Salotto Lounge & Wine Bar is the perfect finale to a day in the Eternal City