The Palace Hotel was designed in the early 1900s by architect Carlo Busiri Vici in the Neo-renaissance style. It was originally home to ambassadors staying in Rome.Via Veneto was already one of the Belle Epoque districts of Rome, with luxury hotels and shops, and Parisian-style cafés. In the 1950s and ‘60s, the street shot to worldwide fame when it was immortalised by Federico Fellini in his film, La Dolce Vita.The street soon became a destination for artists and stars from the world of cinema.
Today, the Ambasciatori Palace is a noble luxury hotel in the heart of Rome offering traditional elegance. The restoration has maintained intact the beauty of the rooms and original décor, which includes Brazilian marble columns, the wrought iron Liberty staircase balustrade, the marble floors and polychrome mosaics, the Venetian plasterwork and chandeliers, the skylights, and the damask textiles.
Via Vittorio Veneto, 62 – 00187 Rome
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