Marriott Grand Hotel Flora

Standing proud in pastel pink along Rome ’s famed Via Veneto, the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora is a century old — and with its old-world sophistication, modern upgrades and unparalleled service, it has never been more magnificent.

This historic hotel, where none of the 156 rooms are alike, features beautifully appointed rooms with superb furnishings. Antiques, rare silks, brocades and velvets create an aura of absolute areas and the guest rooms. Even the simplest rooms pamper guests with plush bathrobes, bathtubs with spray jets, separate showers, millibars and individual climate control. Top-floor rooms look over the Borghese Park or the Via Veneto.

More than 820 square feet of meeting space greets groups, who can break into any of four meeting rooms. In the Ailanto Roof Garden, up to 150 can be seated for an exquisite dinner or event carefully planned by the Hotel Floras skilled event coordinators.

Three restaurants offer fare avenues of Rome. With glass walls providing city views, Roof Ailanto is seven floors above the bustling metropolis, offering exquisite Neapolitan fare in candlelit wonder. Visit room featuring the creations of chef Luigi Sorrentino. Live piano music plays regularly in the Cabiria Piano Bar & Lobby Lounge, which serves breakfast, afternoon tea, and cocktails.

The Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora embodies the refinement and excitement of its surroundings and serves as a grand gateway to Rome’s all-embracing history, the unique architecture of its buildings and monuments, and the charm of its ancient city districts.