The city of Rome, known for its rich history and cultural heritage, has added a new gem to its list of attractions. Six Senses Rome, located in the UNESCO-protected historic city center, opened its doors on March 16th marking the first urban hotel from the Six Senses luxury hotel group in Italy. The hotel offers guests a peaceful haven in the heart of the Eternal City, taking them on a journey of discovery and community.
Nestled in the Heart of Rome
The hotel is housed in the historical Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, a treasure trove of wonders that showcases a harmonious blend of classical elements and contemporary sustainable design. From Cocciopesto on the walls to the extensive use of Travertine local stone, the hotel’s 96 guest rooms and suites pay homage to Roman traditions while incorporating state-of-the-art technology. With 12 accommodation categories, including three signature suites, guests can choose from secluded rooms with courtyard views or suites facing the bustling Via del Corso.
A Journey Through History and Sustainability
The Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini holds a rich history, including a large baptismal bath from the fourth century that is now visible beneath the glass floor tiles in the BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar. Six Senses Rome is committed to sustainability, as evidenced by the hotel’s restoration of the adjacent San Marcello al Corso Church, the first sustainability project sponsored by the hotel. Guests can learn more about the hotel’s efforts in the dedicated Earth Lab and participate in interactive talks and workshops.
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Embracing the Quirky and Authentic
Francesca Tozzi, General Manager of Six Senses Rome, says, “We are working hard so our guests can experience memorable stays in an authentic, fun, and quirky ambience.” This unique approach is reflected in the hotel’s decor, with some rooms featuring the iconic Triclinium-style marble seating on their terraces. The hotel’s mascot, Aurelia the She-Wolf, is also a nod to Rome’s rich history and cultural heritage.
The Six Senses Spa offers a sanctuary of wellness, with treatments ranging from personalized facials to signature body massages. In-house experts guide guests on their path to wellness with high-tech and high-touch therapies, including biohacking, sound therapy, body cocoons, and breathwork. The spa also features the healing herbal Hammam and sensory immersions at the Alchemy Bar.
Savor the Flavors of Rome
The Eat With Six Senses ethos is brought to life in the hotel’s dining options, whether at the all-day dining BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar or up high on NOTOS Rooftop. The menu features a strong link with local culinary traditions and the innovative use of natural and seasonal ingredients. Guests can indulge in a range of dishes, including a Roman Empire-inspired 5-course tasting menu and plant-based, meat, fish, and sweet classics with Sicilian touches.
A Philological Approach
Orion Capital Managers, the principal investor in the refurbishment of Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, approached the renovation with a philological approach, respecting the several layers of history while adding a soft modern touch. Corrado Trabacchi, Partner and Investment Director of Orion Capital Managers, says, “An incredible 15th-century building has been brought back to life again and returned to the city.“
Six Senses Rome offers guests a peaceful haven in the heart of the city, taking them on a journey of heritage, discovery, and community. From the historic Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini to the innovative Six Senses Spa, the hotel offers a unique and authentic experience for guests. Whether savoring the flavors of local cuisine or indulging in a holistic wellness experience, Six Senses Rome is the epitome of luxury and sustainability in the heart of Rome.
Six Senses Rome
P.za S. Marcello, 00187 Roma RM
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