Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/ La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori, Rome

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Ambasciatori Palace Hotel, Via Veneto, Rome

Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/ La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori was erected in 1926 according to the project of M.Piacentini. The name of the hotel reminds about the splendid hospitality for foreign ambassadors existed in Rome for centuries. Now it is a luxury hotel for the 1st class tourism. There is a little curiosity about it: a little fountain for dogs, perhaps the only in Rome.

Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/ La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori at Via Vittorio Veneto, Rome
Fig: Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/
La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori at
Via Vittorio Veneto, Rome

Known in the early 1900s as the “Palace of the Ambasciatori” it had been conceived as an hotel for diplomats from the nearby embassies. Ambasciatori Palace Hotel is located in a 20th century's historic building in Via Veneto, one of the most renowned and luxurious avenues in the world, was designed by the architect Carlo Busiri Vici and was one of the first palaces built in the area, originally surrounded by vineyards and vegetable gardens.

This elegant avenue meanders through a former agricultural estate which was purchased and redesigned at the start of the 17th century by Cardinal Prince Ludovico Ludovisi who turned it into one of the most handsome and luxurious districts in the city. Designed by the well-known architect Carlo Busiri Vici the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel, which celebrated its first hundred years in 2005, was built between 1900 and 1905.

From 1993 to 2001 the building underwent restoration which not only modernized it but at the same time brought it back to its former early 20th-century splendour. Great location. Walking distance to most sites. close to the American Embassy, The Cafe Doney from The Fellini movie, and close to Borghese Gardens. There were many points of interest about Fellini in this area, if you are a Fellini fan, this is the place for you.

Address:
Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/ La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori
Via Vittorio Veneto, 62
00187, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Ludovisi (Via Veneto) (Roma centro)
Albergo Ambasciatori/ Ambasciatori Palace Hotel/ La Terrazza Dell'Hotel Ambasciatori is Shown By "Map E Zone" As "68"
Hotel Rate:
Double with bath: from €380.00 to €510.00
Single with bath: from €300.00 to €380.00
A/C included: €0.00
Breakfast: €27.00
Number of beds: 366
Number of rooms: 160
Telephone: +39 06 47493
Fax: +39 06 4743601
Email: i...@ambasciatoripalace.com
Website: http://www.ambasciatoripalace.com/inglese/index.htm

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