The Albani Roma welcomes you to a timeless space, where history and contemporary world come together in a pleasant style.
“Pop-art” decorations merging with 70s optical style enhancing its geometric rigor, embellished by large-format lithographs standing out over the candid and precious Carrara marble.
The large Lobby harbours guests in a refined and minimalist environment, illuminated by huge windows. Yacht style curved sofas draw soft lines shaping the hall perimeter. The path leading to the guest-rooms unfolds between white spiral stairs and harmonious corridors, enriched by exclusive Italian design furnishings.
Each of the 154 rooms is a gem of originality, where the furniture matches the heady colours of the walls. Cranberry, lime green, orange and lavender blend with light wood furniture, decorated with geometric glass and mirror inlays.
The Hotel Albani Roma has a vocation for hosting events and meetings, both business and private. In addition to the well-equipped Albani and Tevere Halls, various solutions are available to modulate the reception space in relation to your wishes.
The view over Villa Albani lush park and the hotel’s elegant neighbourhood establish exclusive values. Worth noting that the Albani is only a few minutes away from Villa Borghese and its famous art gallery – the MACRO (Contemporary Art Museum) and the breathtaking Coppedè district. Just a few more minutes walk to reach the historic center of Rome, with piazza di Spagna, via Condotti and the fashion district, or the Colosseum, the Roman Forums and all of the archaeological treasures.
The majesty and the timeless wonders of Rome have been inspiring poets and travellers for over two thousand years. Just a walk between the Imperial Forums and the Colosseum will let you immerse in the glory of the Ancient Urbe, as if transported in the past by an invisible time machine. And that’s just the beginning of an unmissable adventure. The Great Beauty awaits you on every corner of the city, and the Hotel Albani Roma is an excellent starting point to reach every precious spot.
On the picture: Piazza di Siena (Villa Borghese)