Hassler Roma Rome
Above Rome’s historic luxury shopping district Piazza di Spagna, the Hotel Hassler is in walking distance to a number of historic sites such as the Trevi Fountain, Ara Pacis, Piazza Navona, Villa Borghese and, clearly, the famed Via dei Condotti.
Style & personality
The Hassler design is a mercurial blend of first Belle Époque grandeur along with a modern revisit of Art Deco, as curated by Astrid Schiller Wirth. Vintage rooms are accented with classic wooden furniture and antiquities (the resort is constructed on the Republican age Horti Lucullani), although the daring contemporary counterparts possess brightly colored wrought furniture, linear dark panels and Swarovski accents, such as recessed ceiling lighting.
Service & amenities
The resort’s first 19th-century concierge desk at the hotel lobby sets the platform for its Hassler “grand resort” service–attention, which can be precise and formal. The Hassler’s main amenities comprise the Rossano Ferretti Hair Salon, a web-based salon beneath the watchful eye of Italy’s top colourist and fashion manufacturer, and is found in the alcove over the lodging station. On the next floor, there’s the little Amovero spa and fitness center – best with bookings for time at the hot sauna or even around the treadmill. Onsite coaches are available by request.
You ought to be picky when picking among those Hassler’s 82 rooms and 14 suites. Room décor brings to either conventional classic, hearkening on the 120-year Hassler background, or modern Art Deco, in accordance with the exact eye of Schiller Worth. Vintage suites such as the Grand Deluxe Dual Forum are time-pieces using 18th- and 19th-century Granite and wooden furniture, although the contemporary interpretations are styled in a minimum Art Deco with white, black and red accents. My personal favorite is your Grand Deluxe Trinità dei Monti Suite on the fifth floor, with its sweeping view of Rome’s cityscape along with five balconies. In case the opinion is your primary requirement, and it ought to be the top can be discovered out of street-facing chambers on the fourth floor and over. It is worth noting that each Hassler toilet is exceptional, whether classic or contemporary, with lavish marbles and mosaics.
Food & beverage
For the almost a decade, the Michelin-starred restaurant Imagò has reigned about the Hassler’s sixth floor with its breathtaking panoramic view and alike spell-binding Italian-fusion cuisine. Helmed by chef Francesco Apreda who collaborates with Hassler general manager Roberto Wirth on consultancy restaurants in India and Tokyo too, the seasonal Imagò menu is Apreda’s psychological spin on modern nouvelle Italian cuisine inspired by his own adventures from hometowns Naples and Rome, also journeys through New York, Tokyo, London and Mumbai. Marble and mirrors perform off the modern Rococo design. The cocktail group loves to primp above a light dinner or aperitivo in the Palm Court — a quaint backyard bar using a mindboggling, oversize oyster cascading the pub. My secret place, rain or shine, is your Hassler Bar, a time-capsule annex of crimson leather bar stools and curved banquettes. A bountiful buffet breakfast, offering the very finest of continental desires in addition to savory Italian fashion treats is served at the reception area of their Sala Vietri pub and backyard bar Palm Court, in summertime.
Value for cash
Double rooms from #265 in low season; climbing to #450 at large. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
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