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Prime Hotel Villa Torlonia

Via Bartolomeo eustachio, 7/A, 00161

Prime Hotel Villa Torlonia is an elegant building with a great charm, erected at the beginning of the nine hundreds near the liberty style district Coppedè. The tranquillity and the refined taste of the area are going to make your stay an elixir of health and relax. The name of the hotel is taken after the famous residence of the noble family Torlonia, a green lung of the city situated not far from the centre. Near the hotel you'll have the chance to admire the following places of interest. Villa Torlonia: One of the most recent Roman villas, that used to belong to a noble family. It still keeps a particular beauty due to the original scenery of the British garden, one of the few examples in Rome, and to the rich and unexpected quantity of artistically designed buildings all over the park. La Casina delle Civette (literally translated The Birds' House): Main residence of Prince Giovanni Torlonia until the 1938, it is a very peculiar construction in liberty style that had its name taken from the presence of a large stained glassy window with two owls between ivy’s branches. It is one of the most singular and interesting works made during the first years of the last century. Il Casino Nobile: It was the ball room of Torlonia residence, a majestic building enriched by an impressive pronaos erected to improve its visibility for all those that were passing by the main Nomentana street. Porta Pia: Built according to Michelangelo's project, Porta Pia is famous most of all for the “breccia”, a hole in the wall opened on the 20th of September 1870 by the Bersaglieri, a special military section of the Italian army, during the historical period that brought to the unification of what we know today as Italy and that put to an end what was known as the Papal Empire. That's when Rome became the Capital of Italy. Mausoleo di Santa Costanza: One of the most representative works of the ancient architecture. It was one of the first examples of Christian building with a centr

Prime Hotel Villa Torlonia is an elegant building with a great charm, erected at the beginning of the nine hundreds near the liberty style district Coppedè. The tranquillity and the refined taste of the area are going to make your stay an elixir of health and relax. The name of the hotel is taken after the famous residence of the noble family Torlonia, a green lung of the city situated not far from the centre. Near the hotel you'll have the chance to admire the following places of interest. Villa Torlonia: One of the most recent Roman villas, that used to belong to a noble family. It still keeps a particular beauty due to the original scenery of the British garden, one of the few examples in Rome, and to the rich and unexpected quantity of artistically designed buildings all over the park. La Casina delle Civette (literally translated The Birds' House): Main residence of Prince Giovanni Torlonia until the 1938, it is a very peculiar construction in liberty style that had its name taken from the presence of a large stained glassy window with two owls between ivy’s branches. It is one of the most singular and interesting works made during the first years of the last century. Il Casino Nobile: It was the ball room of Torlonia residence, a majestic building enriched by an impressive pronaos erected to improve its visibility for all those that were passing by the main Nomentana street. Porta Pia: Built according to Michelangelo's project, Porta Pia is famous most of all for the “breccia”, a hole in the wall opened on the 20th of September 1870 by the Bersaglieri, a special military section of the Italian army, during the historical period that brought to the unification of what we know today as Italy and that put to an end what was known as the Papal Empire. That's when Rome became the Capital of Italy. Mausoleo di Santa Costanza: One of the most representative works of the ancient architecture. It was one of the first examples of Christian building with a centr

  • Handicap equipped
  • Parking
  • Meeting/Conference rooms
  • Internet access
  • Alarm clock
  • Bar
  • Fax
  • Room service
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Minibar
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Air-conditioning
  • Room safe
  • Baby cot
  • Hair dryer
  • Tours and Excursions
  • Town center
  • Near train station
Cancellations

Cancellation is possible until 6 pm 2 days prior to the check-in date without penalty.

A cancellation after that time or a no-show, will incur a penalty of 1 night's stay.

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