In the heart of Rome, on Via Liguria and just a few steps from the Spanish Steps, the first W Hotels Worldwide hotel in Italy has appeared. Stylish and elegant, the W Rome complex occupies two neighboring 19th-century palazzos.

Meyer Davis, the interior design studio of the hotel, managed to harmoniously combine the classical architecture of Rome with a modern vision of Italian traditions. Crossing the threshold of the hotel, guests find themselves in the lounge area W Lounge with patterned glass windows. Seating areas with eclectic armchairs and sofas are surrounded by elegant sculptures and works of art, and the floors are made of black and gray marble. Stylish stainless steel counters in the reception area contrast with the sumptuous, eye-catching wall-to-wall frescoes by Italian artist Constance Alvarez de Castro.

Most of the 147 rooms and 15 suites have a balcony or terrace from where you can enjoy views of Rome’s landmarks, including the famous Swiss Institute building. The past, present and future of the Eternal City are intertwined in cozy interiors, while the color palette of fiery orange, deep red and natural green hues, color-block decor and graphic images give the hotel its unique charm. The luxurious spacious terrace of the Extreme WOW Presidential Suite is a rarity for a city hotel.

The heart of W Rome is the outdoor courtyard with the Giardino Clandestino café, which is guaranteed to become a popular destination, especially since Michelin-starred and talented chef Ciccio Sultano is responsible for the gastronomic component of the hotel, offering an original reading of excellent Sicilian cuisine. Here you can have a great time chatting with friends and enjoying Sicilian-style cocktails and snacks accompanied by live music.

The W Rome wellness concept was curated by a professional Italian athlete, Pietro Boselli, who created his own personal training system for the FUEL x Petra Studio Gym fitness center. From intense boxing workouts to relaxing yoga sessions, hotel guests and locals alike can de-stress and energize.

Photo: press service