Just a few steps from the Piazza di Spagna, the Hotel d'Inghilterra has been one of Rome's most exclusive hotels since 1850. Once the 17th-century guest house of the Princes Torlonia, the hotel possesses an atmosphere of intimate elegance in its common rooms and an air of refinement in its bedrooms adorned with fine period furnishings. Against a backdrop of the Trinita dei Monti, Villa Medici and Villa Borghese, this property boasts a luxurious top floor suite with a garden terrace and rooftop views over the historic city center - along with the renowned Café Romano restaurant, a favorite gathering spot for local luminaries.
No matter how many photographs you have seen, or how many stories you have heard, there is nothing that can compare to daily life in Rome. Masterpieces by Michelangelo are as frequent as laptops and cell phones, and it often seems as if you will round a corner to discover Audrey Hepburn zipping down the street on a charming Vespa. From the Sistine Chapel and Coliseum to Fellini films and wine bars, this is a unique city where the ancient and modern reside together peacefully, harmoniously and, of course, eternally.