Grand Hotel Palace Rome

Rated 8.3 in 558 reviews. 104 rooms.


Grand Hotel Palace was built in 1925 by Gino Clerici and decorated by the illustrious architect Marcello Piacentini in the 1920s according to the Roman architecture of the Renaissance. At that time it was recognized as the "Palace of the Ambassadors" because it was built to accommodate diplomats of the nearby Embassies.
The design of the building is reminiscent of the Bohemian street cafes and it is a suggestive example of that Roman modernism with a touch of French Art Nouveau.
The exclusive restaurant of the hotel, the Cadorin Salon created in 1926 by the Venetian artist Guido Cadorin, is another artistic relic decorated with extraordinary frescoes. The five large frescoed panels, which are an artistic heritage protected by Fine Arts, depict Roman high society in the nineteen-twenties.
In October 2010 the Grand Hotel Palace has reopened to the public after major renovation work giving it a wholly new light where the present and the artistic past merge in a perfectly-balanced stylistic continuum.

Located on Rome's Via Veneto opposite the American Embassy, this luxury hotel dates back to the 1920s. With free WiFi throughout, this property offers rooms with designer furnishings, an à la carte restaurant, and a free spa. Villa Borghese is 400 metres away.

All air conditioned, rooms at the Grand Hotel Palace include an LCD satellite TV and a minibar. The marble bathroom includes VIP toiletries.

Guests can enjoy fine Italian cuisine at the Cadorin Restaurant. Breakfast is an extensive American buffet with sweet and savoury options.

After a day out, guests can unwind at the wellness centre which includes a sauna and a hot tub. Massages can be reserved, and a fitness centre is also available.

The building, designed by Marcello Piacentini, was stylishly restored by Italo Rota. The Cadorin grand hall, and the ultra-modern business lounge with bar, are ideal for relaxation.

The hotel is 5 minutes' walk from Piazza Barberini and Barberini Metro Station, on line A. The Spanish Steps are a 10-minute walk away.

Spa Facilities

  • Facial treatments
  • Body treatments
  • Spa facilities
  • Couples massage
  • Head massage
  • Hand massage
  • Full body massage
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Massage
  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Beauty Services

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near Grand Hotel Palace Rome

  1. Hard Rock Cafe Rome

    Free WiFi password - hardrock

    70 m from hotel
    Via Vittorio Veneto 62A/B

  2. Moma

    Il you don't mind the American tourists flocking here due to rave tripadvisor reviews, it's actually a very good restaurant

    126 m from hotel
    via San Basilio 42

  3. Elle

    Dinner, cocktail and music :)

    151 m from hotel
    via veneto 81

  4. Harry's Bar

    Bellini is must-try!!!

    273 m from hotel
    Via Vittorio Veneto, 150

  5. Suggestum Cafe

    Stat here long enough and you might get free lemoncello...or two :)

    294 m from hotel
    Via Veneto, 1-27

  6. Art Cafè

    Best club in Rome!

    442 m from hotel
    Via del Galoppatoio, 3

  7. Palazzo Barberini

    Palazzo of Barberini. One of architects Borromini. And finished construction Bernini. A lot of B:)

    469 m from hotel
    Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13

  8. Casa del Cinema

    This new film space in a restored pavilion in the Villa Borghese park is used for cinema-related presentations, but also has its own screening schedule, organised around themed days of the week.

    494 m from hotel
    Largo Marcello Mastroianni 1

  9. Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti

    the famous "spanish steps"...this is the place you go for the scenic views of the tourists shopping on Via Condotti. Pretty fun hangout spot.

    0.6 km from hotel
    Piazza Trinità dei Monti 17

  10. Piazza di Spagna

    Probably, the most glamour place in Rome, near shopping street Via Condotti. Julia Roberts took a walk here in "Eat Pray Love".

    0.7 km from hotel
    Piazza di Spagna

  11. Villa Borghese

    In the gardens on the Pincio Hill there are 228 marble busts of Italian personalities who have distinguished themselves in 25 centuries of history. Only 3 are women and do not see any pope

    1 km from hotel
    Piazzale Flaminio

  12. Pantheon

    The interior and exterior are featured in Ubisoft video game Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. Built in 126AD, the Pantheon has variously acted as a temple to Roman Gods, a Christian church and a tomb.

    1.4 km from hotel
    Piazza della Rotonda