Few locations in Rome can boast a history as prestigious as that of the Hotel d’Inghilterra. Once the aristocratic residence of the 16th century Princes of Torlonia it was Byron’s, Keats’ and Shelley’s favourite hotel in the 1800s, followed by the likes of Mark Twain, Hemingway, Elisabeth Taylor and Gregory Peck in the Dolce Vita years of the 1900s.
Today, the hotel remains the preferred destination of the international elite, of those who appreciate its eclectic originality, its exquisite elegance, impeccable service and magnificent location just steps from the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti.
World celebrities, noblemen and travellers who seek destinations rich in history meet in the Hotel’s cosy sitting rooms, surrounded by gorgeous wood paneling, Chinese lacquer ware and deco furniture or chat in the Bond Bar, Rome’s most British ambience. The Café Romano restaurant completes the picture with a dining experience that regales all the senses, offering Roman dishes crafted to perfection.