Six Senses Rome is the Brand’s First Urban Hotel in Italy
Six Senses Rome is set to open its doors on March 16th, offering guests a serene and tranquil oasis in the heart of the Eternal City. The hotel is located in the Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, with views overlooking the historic San Marcello al Corso Church, which has been newly renovated as part of the hotel’s sustainability project. This will be the first urban Six Senses property in Italy, offering a mix of authentic and quirky features.
The hotel‘s 96 guest rooms and suites are decorated with a nod to traditional Roman traditions, featuring Cocciopesto on the walls and extensive use of Travertine local stone. State-of-the-art in-room technology is also incorporated, alongside bespoke homemade and organic mattresses, cotton bedding, and pillows to promote a good night’s sleep.
The hotel’s menus at the all-day dining BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar and the NOTOS Rooftop will foster a strong link with local culinary traditions, while also incorporating natural and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers and suppliers.
The Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini is a treasure trove of wonders, from the monumental marble staircase to the newly restored 600-year-old columns in the main entrance. Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s Six Senses Spa, which offers a holistic experience, including a 60-minute Roman bathing circuit, personalized facials, and signature body massages.
Orion Real Estate Fund V, sponsored by Orion Capital Managers, is the principal investor in the refurbishment of the Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, with Six Senses as the hotel operator. The hotel also boasts an Earth Lab where guests can learn more about the hotel’s sustainability efforts through interactive talks and hands-on workshops.
Overall, Six Senses Rome is the perfect place for travelers looking to immerse themselves in Roman traditions while still enjoying modern-day luxuries. The hotel’s commitment to sustainability and wellness makes it a standout destination in the heart of the city.