Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa

Via G. Frescobaldi, 5 00198
Tel: +39 06 854421

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The impressive building of the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa of Rome is surrounded by a marvellous botanical garden. A luxurious five-star establishment, the Parco dei Principi Hotel is located in the exclusive Veneto-Parioli neighbourhoods, adjoining the Villa Borghese gardens, in the very heart of Rome.

The hotel complex has been restored by the architect Giò Ponti, while the interiors, design and decoration have been created by the architects Massimo and Maurizio Papiri, who have been untiring in their efforts to recreate the richness and opulence of the typical patrician villas of 17th-century Roman nobles.

With beautiful wood panelling in the vestibule, stuccoed walls, valuable furnishings and drapes, and classical works of art, the hotel is one of the most exclusive in Rome.

The Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa offers rooms and facilities for meetings and banquets, an olympic-size swimming pool, the Pauline Borghese Restaurant and a Fitness Centre with the most advanced equipment, as well as the extensive garden surrounding the hotel. 

The Prince SPA, the new wellness center with facilities of over 2000 m2. where to get beauty treatments, massage, relax, or swim in the pool of 25 meters, is one of the biggest attractions of the hotel.

The Parco dei Principi Hotel has 16 function rooms equipped with the latest technology for professional meetings and any kind of special event. The maximum capacity is 900 people.

The Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa has a swimming pool and a fully-equipped Fitness Centre with the most up-to-date equipment, besides the large garden area surrounding the hotel. The hotel offers all the facilities necessary for the wellbeing and pleasure of its guests throughout their stay.

The Pauline Borghese Restaurant of the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa is considered to be one of the most prestigious in Rome. The menu offers typical Italian regional cuisine and has an interesting wine list as well as a list of carefully selected Italian olive oils. In the Pauline Borghese, even the most demanding palates will be delighted with the dishes offered in this incomparable setting.


The Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa has 179 rooms, each one carefully furnished and with a private terrace. Besides all the services offered by a five-star establishment, the rooms of the Parco dei Principi are notable for their style, elegance, good taste, and their atmosphere of warmth, discretion and comfort.


Moreover, the rooms of the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel &Spa have magnificent views, overlooking Saint Peter’s Chapel, the Vatican, the cupolas of Rome, the Villa Borghese gardens and the surrounding hills.


In classical style with double or twin beds and all have balconies with views over the city.   
The sumptuous nuanced shades of the upholstery and the refined furnishings blend with the hi-tech systems which include Wifi, LCD Pay TVs  and air conditioning.  Precious paintings, a comfortable desk and Empire-style armchairs complete the decor.  The Italian marble bathrooms are in soft shades and all have bathtubs with showers and bidets.


The wonderful views of the Villa Borghese park are what make the deluxe rooms so special. 
They all have balconies and elegant decor, as well as double or twin beds,  warm boiserie finishes and  refined upholstery. 
Precious paintings, a comfortable desk and Empire-style armchairs compete the  furnishings, and blend with the hi-tech systems. The Italian marble bathrooms with bathtubs with showers and bidets.   There are connecting rooms.

Junior Suite


They are on the top floors of the hotel and most have balconies, so guests can delight in the views of the Villa Borghese park, the dome of St. Peter’s and Rome’s stunning sunsets. The elaborate furnishings in precious woods and the refined upholstery create a warm and elegant ambience. The cosy living room leading into the bedroom has a comfortable sofa and a 26" or a 32" LDC TV.



The Superior Suites have terraces with city view or over the  Villa Borghese park.
The intimate living room with its own entrance, has a comfortable sofa and a second LCD TV and is separate from the bedroom which has a king-size bed or twin beds.  Both rooms are elegantly furnished with boiserie,  furniture in precious woods and exquisite upholstery. They also have Wifi, LCD TVs with Pay TV and air conditioning.
Most of the Italian marble bathrooms have Jacuzzis and twin washbasins.
There are connecting rooms.


Presidential Suite

Located in a privileged position on the 6 th floor the  Presidential Suite has wonderful views over the Villa Borghese park from the spectacular panoramic terrace and from the private solarium.   This superbly comfortable  suite has a living room with an independent entrance, private bathroom, dining area, fax,  32” LCD TV and terrace, and can easily be turned into a meeting room for six people 
There are precious paintings, elegant furnishing and boiserie in the bedroom which has a king-size bed or twin beds, a private terrace and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi.  Anyone staying in the Presidential Suite in the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & SPA leaves hoping to have the pleasure of returning.  There are connecting rooms. 

Royal Suite

Located on the second last floor the Royal Apartment has breath-taking views over the city, the Villa Borghese park,  the dome of St. Peter’s and the swimming pool from the large panoramic terrace. Consisting of 350 square metres it has a large and bright living room, a dining area with a decorative fireplace and an Empire-style period table which can seat up to 15 people.    
This exclusive apartment has a fully-equipped  kitchen and kitchenette, a private study, a marble guest bathroom and master bathroom, a large mosaic shower stall, steam sauna and a bathtub with views over the green expanse of Villa Borghese.
There is also a sumptuous bedroom with a double bed, a private balcony and a double walk-in closet.  The sophisticated curtains, oriental carpets and decorated ceilings, and the selection of  unique furnishings create an elegant and charming ambience. The suite also has Wifi, three LCD TVs with Pay TV and air conditioning.

There is the possibility of a connecting room with a double bed

Function rooms
  Banquete Cocktail Reunión En "U" Escuela Teatro


How to get there

Airport: 30 km Railway station: 2 km


Destination information: Rome

RomaFounded, according to the myth, by the legendary twins Romulus and Remus, Rome is the capital of Italy and of the Lacio Region. A tourist destination par excellence, Rome offers the visitor a great variety of tourist attractions and services. Rome is the meeting point of artistic tendencies representing every period of history. Its streets and neighbourhoods are the result of this mix, a blend that is manifested in its ancient, medieval, Renaissance and modern buildings.

Italy’s capital city was built on seven hills of mythical fame: Aventine, Capitoline, Esquiline, Caelian, Palatine, Quirinal and Viminal.

The Palatine Hill is the heart of ancient Rome. The Roman Forum and the Coliseum are the greatest examples of its imperial architecture. The Palatine Hill can be glimpsed thanks to the route traced by the Via Sacra as it passes through sites like the Temple of Vesta and the Curia Romana (Vatican City).

The Coliseum, dating from the first century AD, is the symbolic representation of imperial Rome. The Coliseum renders homage to Greek art with such elements as the columns on its façade. The Arch of Constantine, right next to the Coliseum, was constructed to celebrate Constantine’s victory over Maxentius, while the Roman Forum, between the Capitoline and Palentine hills, was the centre of social, commercial and administrative activity of ancient Rome.

The Capitoline Hill is delimited by the monument erected to Vittorio Emanuele II – located in the Piazza Venezia, the city’s epicentre and symbol of the unification of Italy – and the Church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, which was built on one of its two peaks. Inside the church, the visitor can appreciate the artistic value of many works of Roman art dating from the thirteenth to eighteenth centuries.

In the Piazza Venezia is its namesake fortress-palace and the famous Church of San Marcos, one of the city’s oldest basilicas with its remarkable mosaic in the apse dating from 833 AD, its portico and gilded ceiling.

The world’s greatest archaeological site, the Imperial Forum, also includes the Santa Maria di Loreto Church with its renowned early-baroque statue of Saint Susanna and 18th-century Sanctuary of the Santissimo Nome di Maria (Holy Name of Mary).

No visit to Rome is complete without seeing the Pantheon, the temple built in honour of all the gods, where the only natural light enters through a single oculus in the dome, which creates striking visual effects. The tomb of the painter Rafael is also in this temple. To the south, lie the thermal springs of Agrippa and one of Rome’s few Gothic churches, Santa Maria Minerva.

Rome has an infinity of squares and fountains. Notable among the squares is the baroque Piazza Navona, next to the Piazza di Spagne, which is famous for its splendid staircase with works of art such as the façade of Borromini’s Church Sant´Agnese in Agone, Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers, and the Moro Fountain. Very close to the Piazza Navona is the Church of Santa Maria della Pace, inside which is Rafael’s fresco of the Sibyls.

The 16th-century Palazzo Madama, built by the Medici family, is presently seat of the Senate of the Italian Republic. Opposite the palace is the baroque church of San Luigi dei Francesi, famous for the three paintings by Caravaggio in the Contarelli Chapel.

On another of the hills of Rome, the Quirinal, highest of the seven, is the most famous of the city’s fountains, the fontana di Trevi, symbol of the goddesses of Salubrity and Abundance who stand either side of the figure of Neptune. Very nearby is the Quirinale Palace, churches such as San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane and numerous other palaces, for example the Palazzo Barberini, which houses the National Gallery of Ancient Art.

Rome is shaped by its great thoroughfares but also by its labyrinth of delightful medieval streets like Borgo Santo Spirito, where the visitor may pause to admire the Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia. Another of Rome’s delights is the Trastevere neighbourhood, which is famous for its second-hand market held every Sunday.

On the outskirts of Rome are the Caracalla thermal springs, the majestic ruins of thermal baths scattered between the Piazza Venezia, the Via Appia Antica (Appian Way), the Domitilla catacombs, the largest burial ground of Paleochristian Rome, and the San Callisto catacombs, a famous Christian cemetery. Rome is also notable for the Vatican City, a sovereign state and Holy See of the Catholic Church. In the Vatican is the famous St. Peter’s Basilica, one of Rome’s major attractions, which may be seen standing out against the city’s skyline.

The gastronomic offer of Rome is very rich and varied. Pasta, soups, shellfish and ice creams are among its best-known products.




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