18th-century architecture, contemporary luxury and five-star service in the heart of Rome
Rocco Forte’s luxurious hotels are landmarks directly inspired by their location. For Hotel De La Ville, an 18th century building located at the top of the Spanish Steps, this means lavish textiles and careful attention to artistic detail. Hotel De La Ville is one of two Rocco Forte hotels in Rome, the other being Hotel De Russie near Piazza del Popolo. Each of the hotel’s 104 rooms, designed with elegancy in mind, is complete with contemporary furniture, timeless wall hangings, hard wood floors, and chic marble bathrooms. It is the personal touch, including the complimentary skincare products and in-room bars, that makes staying at this hotel a truly luxurious experience.
Hotel De La Ville’s style is drawn from the Grand Tour, a coming-of-age trip around Europe that was common among upper-class families in the 17th and 18th century. While each room provides a cultural atmosphere, Rome’s history can also be enjoyed from the hotel’s rooftop bar, which has a breathtaking view of the Eternal City. It may be the location in the heart of Rome that inspired the hotel’s artistic style, but it is Rocco Forte’s philosophy on quality accommodation and service that makes Hotel De La Ville stand out from the rest.
Taste Michelin-starred chef Fulvio Pierangelini’s cuisine
Open only for breakfast and dinner and Sunday brunch
The flavors found at restaurant Mosaico are influenced by the Roman Empire, culture and tradition. Creative Director for Rocco Forte Hotels, Michelin-starred chef Fulvio Pierangelini, has created a menu that combines traditional Italian cuisine with diverse culinary techniques. The menu contains a variety of Italian specialities that incorporate ingredients from the ground up. Guests can choose from a selection of fresh salads, seasoned meats, and a wide range of fish options. The Manaqish with colored hummus, the pizza bianca Zivieri’s mortadella and seasonal truffle and the basket of freshly baked focaccie and flatbreads are only three examples of the daring plates offered at Mosaico. The restaurant gives guests the option to enjoy their meal outside in the spacious courtyard or inside the tasteful dining room where they can observe food being prepared in the open kitchen. As part of the fine-dining experience, wine options are available from the world’s leading wine estates.
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Da Sistina steadily walks the delicate line between simplicity and sophistication. Facing Via Sistina, this elegant bistro brings a new twist to traditional Italian cuisine. Typically made with pasta, the carbonara ravioli is one such Roman-inspired dish, finely cut, stuffed with a rich cheese sauce, and lightly covered in a creamy egg dressing. Other plates include tartare garnished with truffle, traditional Jewish lamb chops, and Roman classic cacio e pepe, with a red prawn twist. The restaurant is designed with colorful velvet chairs and checkered floors, allowing guests a relaxing dining experience while simultaneously observing the hustle and bustle of the city from the large open windows.
Cielo Terrace Bar
The panoramic rooftop restaurant and bar
Friday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm
Look out over Rome’s rich skyline while sipping your favorite cocktail and relaxing under the stars, because Cielo bar wants you to know, “The night is yours.” The bar’s terrace offers a spectacular view of some of Rome’s most famous monuments, such as St. Peter’s basilica and Altare della Patria, which are are especially stunning when lit up and contrasted against the black night sky. A tasting menu of small sampling plates is provided during the day, while cocktails are served with hors d’oeuvre in the evening under flickering lanterns. Enjoy to the music as you take in the view or get up and dance as the DJ plays your favorite tunes.
Julep Herbal & Vermouth Bar
The cocktail bar inspired by the 13th-century spice route
Daily 11am – 1am
Decorative wallpaper, classical sculptures, and patterned curtains–Julep Bar might be the most unique room of all. Guests can appreciate their cocktails in a comfortable lounge, which incorporates the same signature velvet furniture that can be found in different areas throughout the hotel. The bar’s cocktail menu, which is more than twenty pages long, is inspired by the spice route that began in Venice in the 13th century. Guests can choose from a large selection of wine, vermouth, champagne, and more. Drinks at Julep Bar that can be experienced in company on chic lounge sofas surrounded by elegant wall hangings.
SPA & WELLNESS
De La Ville Spa
A taste of Sicily in the heart of Rome
Monday – Saturday 7am – 9pm, Sunday 8am – 8pm
Hotel De La Ville brings the citrus aromas of Sicily to the spa experience, with Italian skincare products from Irene Forte and Pietro Simone. The thermal area of the spa has a variety of amenities including a sauna, a steam room, a salt room, a private relaxation area, and a hydro pool. Spa day-passes start at €60 for a five hour session. The hotel also has a meditation coach that offers group classes on the Yoga Terrace as well as private in-room sessions. Mindful recordings can also be found on the suite televisions for meditation and relaxation purposes. They have special offers from time to time, be sure to check them out.
Wellness: state-of-the-art gym and fitness area
The hotel’s fitness center includes state-of-the-art equipment for both cardio and weightlifting. Guests may also choose to pay for a personal trainer, starting at €75 for a 60 minute session. Pilates is one course offered in the small fitness room, focusing on strength, posture, and movement. With machines that face the gym’s tall windows, guests won’t have to worry about losing sight of their fitness goals or the spectacular view.
Via Sistina, 69 (Centro Storico)