A chic boutique hotel in the centre of Rome, nurturing much of its original charm from the 1850’s Singer headquarters (of sewing machine fame). Grand staircase, opulent décor, a two-story open terrace and impeccable service.
Boasting an enviable location in the heart of Rome - walking distance from all the major historical sights as well as the best shopping roads.
A stunning 20th century palazzo with 30 beautiful rooms, and nine suites
Oozing a chic sophisticated style throughout alongside its strong heritage from the Singer empire
Soak up the buzz of Rome from the two-floor rooftop terrace, restaurant and cocktail bar
Relish in the charm of Rome staying at the undeniably luxurious Singer Palace. A luxurious boutique hotel that is head to toe in style and elegance casting back to the bygone era of the 1800’s which has been cleverly brought to the modern era with high-end facilities and chic furnishings.
The grand central staircase of the palazzo leads to the rooftop terrace that sits on two levels including a vintage and bespoke cocktail bar with a menu inspired by the classics of the 1920s and 1930s, chic restaurant with dining room and terrace seating, and indoor and outdoor lounge areas, the perfect spot to take in the Roman rooftops and buzz of the city below. The relaxed restaurant serves lunch and dinner in the dining room and on the terrace, offering a bespoke mix of Roman classics.
The hotel has a wonderful range of accommodation with 30 rooms and nine suites. All featuring relaxing, neutral tomes with dark parquet floors, vintage furniture, and contemporary lighting. The highlight being the Singer Suite with two connecting rooms, and a stunning marble bathroom.
Perfectly located to make the most of this exciting city, just a short walk to all the famous historic highlights, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Spanish Steps, and Colosseum. Along with the main shopping streets, many restaurants, cafes and buzzing bars.
When to visit
Ancient Rome with an archaeologist
Step back in time and discover the fascinating history of ancient Rome accompanied by your private guide. Explore the vast Colosseum followed by the Roman Forum, once the centre of political life in the city.
Baroque Rome with an art historian
Explore the historic Baroque centre of Rome with your private guide, an expert in art history and this fascinating period of the city. Admire some of Rome's most iconic sights, from the Spanish Steps to the Pantheon.
Borghese Gallery and bike ride with picnic
Visit the famed Borghese Gallery, one of the best known museums in Italy, before exploring its beautiful gardens by e-bike, then stop to enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch.
Early morning visit to the Vatican
Discover the wonders of the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Basilica in the early morning, before the doors are opened to the general public. Admire artistic masterpieces and the iconic Sistine Chapel, then explore the monumental St Peter's Basilica.
Exclusive after-hours tour of the Vatican Museums
A unique and rare opportunity to visit the Vatican Museums after hours, giving you time and space to soak up the wonder of the masterpieces it holds.
Italian aperitivo in Trastevere
The aperitivo is a huge tradition in Italy and, with a professional sommelier in Trastevere, you'll discover the history behind this custom.
Leonardo da Vinci treasure hunt
Leonardo da Vinci's projects have been hidden around Rome and it's your job to find all of the pieces! Work your way around the city, finding clues and solving riddles, before ending at the Da Vinci Museum.
An overnight stay in a mountain 'rifugio' is a must when spending time in the Dolomites. These rifugios (refuges) differ in the facilities that they offer; some are quite basic, some are more luxurious.
Roman street food in Testaccio
One of Rome's most authentic neighbourhoods, Testaccio is renowned for its culinary scene and home to some of the city's best places to eat. Discover the delicious street food in this up-and-coming area of Rome.
Tivoli, Hadrian's Villa & Villa d'Este
Venture out of the city and into the Italian countryside. Located in the historic town of Tivoli, the beautiful Villa d'Este and the Roman emperor Hadrian's Villa showcase the ingenuity of Italian architecture throughout the ages.