A new Roman Hotel to relive the glories of Ancient Rome

The Six Senses Hotel in Rome, designed by designer Patricia Urquiola is a triumph of travertine, thermal baths and panoramic terraces. And there is also a restaurant with "archaeological" dishes, called Bivium, as well as a stunning rooftop terrace bar Notos Rooftop. The spaces, the finishes, the materials, and the art reinterpret Roman classicism and history into a contemporary vision and comfy hotel room to stay. In the 96 guest rooms and suites, the use of traditional cocciopesto plaster and Travertine limestone, the patterns, and the graphic design elements combine with suspended plants and natural light, focusing on well-being and a sense of conviviality and sustainability.

The historic environments of Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, already fascinating in themselves, were interpreted by the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola thinking about the stylistic features of Ancient Rome, to create a welcoming and relaxing space - as well as a certain luxury - right on Via del Corso at Six Senses Rome .

Step in from the bustling streets of Rome and spa out with your balance restored in the Hotels Wellness Spa. Whether a spa day, treatment, or fitness class,  or the classic Roman Bath. The Hotel's modern-day take on the ancient ritual includes a caldarium, tepidarium, and frigidarium to reduce inflammation and promote overall healing by heating the body up and then cooling it down.

For a special treat the Mellini Suite offers palatial living with two king bedrooms, a spacious living room and dining area, and an outdoor terrace for al fresco moments. Located on the third floor, this is the only Suite with a library and relaxation area. The double view is stunning: the side of the private terrace faces Piazza di San Marcello, while the other side faces the buzzy internal courtyard featuring architect Ludovico Quaroni’s steel half-moon structure as well as the historical façade. Additional highlights include a kitchenette with a fully equipped pantry, which the Hotel's crew of chefs can use to offer private dining.

Bivium is the restaurant and café of the Six Senses hotel, led by chef Nadia Frisina with a modular formula from morning to evening. Even on its menu, alongside Mediterranean hints that pay homage to Frisina's Sicilian origins, references to Rome and its history return. As in the spaghetti with Cacio Magno “Columella” and pepper, prepared with a cheese that can be defined as the ancestor of pecorino (€25). There are also the classic and ancient Roman gnocchi (€26) and the "Pizza di Spagna", topped with spicy tomato and Paestum mozzarella (€22). Then the Notos rooftop and the cocktail bar with a long counter in fine green marble.

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