A hidden paradise in the heart of Rome
Relais Monti is located on via Urbana once called viens Patricius because of the patricians that used to live here in ancient times, during the XVIIth century Pope Urbano renewed it and decided to call it via Urbana. Relais Monti offers a stylish accommodation in 20 elegant rooms, all equipped with free wi fi, LCD TV, Nespresso coffee machine and air conditioning. The newly opened terrace, overlooking the rooftops of Monti neighborhood, is accessible to the guests. You can also choose between a room with a large shower box or a comfortable bath tub as well as a Suite on the upper floor with a private terrace. Here you can wake up in the morning smelling fresh coffee and delicious croissants served in the comfortable kitchen, available for guest 24h.
From this place you can reach the Coliseum in a few minutes, enjoying a beautiful walk through the streets of Rione Monti and watching the sunlight shining upon the Forums. At Rione Monti antiquity meets modernity in a charming and elegant mix and after a day spent surrounded by legends and imperial splendour there’s nothing better than a good glass of wine to taste in one of the several cafes and wine shops all over the neighbourhood. Maybe hungry? At Rione Monti there are many restaurants, cafes and trattorias that offers a large variety of good traditional food, together with little cafes, wine shops, gourmet lounges and healthy organic shops where you can find tasty fruit and vegetables juices, handmade cakes and organic snacks.
Last but least, if you are an original shopaholic nothing is better than Rione Monti: independent designers, hair stylists, contemporary artists found their residence here and their boutiques are more than a simple shop…Not enough? Maybe you didn’t know but during the ancient times there was a huge market called Campo Vaccino, it no longer exist but you can still visit its ancient area. Nowadays Rione Monti and his inhabitants give an extravagant version of the market: The Rione Monti Vintage Market, where you can find pretty much everything you like, from clothes to sunglasses and accessories of every kind and style, everything made by designers or directly from a time machine. 20’s or 80’s?