Hotel Eden in Rome
A five star hotel, the Hotel Eden in Rome is located in the city's fashionable hotel district in and around Via Veneto (the street that's home to the famous Café de Paris and Harry's Bar immortalised in the Fellini film 'La Dolce Vita'). Within rambling distance of the Spanish Steps and the busy shopping street Via Condotti, and with breathtaking views over the seven hills of Rome, the Hotel Eden is an ideal spot to soak up the culture, charm and ambience of Italy's most celebrated city.
Dating back to 1889, the hotel in the upmarket Ludovisi district has always cultivated an air of glamour and luxury. After a major renovation and remodelling job in the early 1990s, it was reopened in 1994 by the former British Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher.
A member of the Leading Hotels of the World group and part of Starwood Hotels and Resorts brand, the Hotel Eden is geared towards business travellers and those who want to spend their time in the capital in full relaxation mode. Guests have full access to the spa facilities and fitness centre and in house beauty treatments are available on request from the concierge, who can also assist with booking tourist excursions throughout the city.
The rooftop restaurant La Terrazza dell'Eden is a popular haunt for tourists and locals alike, and boasts stunning views across the city, particularly at night. The hotel's other restaurant Il Giardino dell'Eden offers al fresco throughout the summer.
For more information and special offers on room rates visit edenroma.com or starwoodhotels.com/lemeridien