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First Radisson Collection Hotel Opens in Rome

Radisson Hotel Group is delighted to announce its first Radisson Collection hotel in the heart of Italy’s Eternal City. Built in 1881, the historic Palazzo Montemartini is an iconic hotel that stands out for its exceptional elegance and its central location close to the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli designed by Michelangelo.

The Palazzo Montemartini, A Radisson Collection Hotel, features 82 stylish rooms and suites. These include the Superior Room; the Skylight Suite, with its unique central skylight; and a large Penthouse Suite that boasts a private panoramic terrace. Every room features the elegance to perfectly complement the hotel’s stunning location in the heart of Rome.

The exclusive Senses Restaurant & Lounge Bar offers distinct local flavors and an impressive view over the Servian Wall, the first wall erected around ancient Rome. The menu at the hotel’s gourmet restaurant boasts an exquisite mix of traditional Italian dishes and new culinary creations, while the Champagne Bar features a huge selection of the finest brands for guests to enjoy in breathtaking surroundings. Adding to the ambiance are beautiful marble columns, a central fountain and a peaceful outdoor garden.

Wellness enthusiasts are top priority in the Montemartini SPA by Caschera – a sophisticated lifestyle experience with a whirlpool, heated hydrotonic pool, and energizing treatment rooms. These include a salt room, sauna and hammam, sensory and chromotherapy showers, and a relaxation and herbal tea lounge.

The Palazzo Montemartini is also an ideal venue for events, featuring elegant and versatile facilities for successful conferences and meetings. The spacious rooms filled with natural light include an Infinity Room on the lobby level that hosts up to 180 people, as well as the Penthouse Suite and terrace that offers a unique way to do business. The hotel’s beautiful garden space makes an exceptional location for exclusive al-fresco occasions.

Iuliia Tore