Villa Spalletti Trivelli
Villa Spalletti Trivelli is a luxurious boutique hotel comprised of only 12 rooms situated in one of the most elegant areas of Rome. Villa Spalletti Trivelli is close to the city's most famous landmarks including the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.
At a Glance
The Villa was built at the turn of the last century as a residence for Italian nobility and is surrounded by sumptuous private gardens; a real luxury in the heart of the city
The mini bar is complimentary and they also have drinks that you can help yourself to in the living room
The hotel is in a fantastic location close to the city's most famous landmarks including the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps
Read one of the books from Count Spalletti’s original collection in the panelled library
Antique heirlooms from the private collection of the Spalletti family are used throughout the hotel
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Villa Spalletti Trivelli
The Villa was built at the turn of the last century as a residence for Italian nobility and is surrounded by sumptuous private gardens; a real luxury in the heart of the city. The garden is peaceful and secluded and acts as the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of Rome. The inside walls are adorned with antique paintings, drawings and maps and many of the sumptuous original furnishings still remain.
Each of the 12 deluxe rooms are unique in their décor and have large windows overlooking the Quirinale Gardens or the Villa’s own garden. Antique heirlooms from the private collection of the Spalletti family are used throughout creating a highly personalized feel to each individual room. Every bedroom has a large marble bathroom with exquisite natural beauty products, a high speed internet connection and a 42 inch plasma television.
After a long day sightseeing the Villa is a perfect place to relax. On a sunny day you can have a refreshing drink in the shade of the gazebo or alternatively read one of the books from Count Spalletti’s original collection in the panelled library. The Hammam Wellness Centre and Energy Bar offer a number of ways to unwind or rejuvenate. Floating therapy and Energo-vibrational therapy are just two of the treatments offered which aim to achieve optimum balance between harmony and vitality.
There are 12 Deluxe rooms overlooking the Villa's own Italian garden or the gardens of the Quirinale. Each room is unique with sophisticated decor and handmade pure linen sheets. Original paintings and furniture illustrate the attention to detail at the hotel, also reflected in the superb service, and large marble bathrooms provide ultimate luxury. The villa's rooms and suites also provide every modern comfort. All rooms, suites and apartments include: King or twin beds as preferred with fine embroidered bed linen, bathroom with bath and shower, hairdryer, antique artwork, maps and prints decorating walls, writing desk with phone, 42 inch flat screen TV, air conditioning, minibar and safe.
|Romantic Deluxe Room||
These light-filled rooms are large at 25 square meters. There is also a luxurious marble bathroom with a bath and an extra large shower.
|Prestige Deluxe Room||
An exquisite room, spacious at 35 square meters, walk-in wardrobe and all-marble bathroom. One Prestige Deluxe Room also has a private balcony available.
|Deluxe Junior Suite||
This antique-furnished suite is expansive at 45 square meters. Replete with a walk-in wardrobe and all-marble bathroom with walk-in shower and bath.
The two Garden Suites are actually self-contained apartments and are located in the building adjacent to Villa Spalletti Trivelli, directly connected through the Villa's garden.
Each Apartment measures from 80 to 100 square meters and has a double bedroom, two bathrooms, a large sitting room with sofabed, a kitchen, and a private terrace with chaise longue, garden sofas and armchairs.
Guests have full access to the Villa's amenities, including the buffet breakfast in the Sala Papier Peint, the hosted bar in the Salone degli Arazzi and free access to the onsite Gym, hammam and turkish bath. Room service in the apartment is available for an extra charge.
|Grand Deluxe Suite||
This suite comprises of 60 square meters and has a separate living room and walk-in wardrobe. It also has a luxurious marble bathroom with bath and walk-in shower.
The apartment consists of 120 square meters, where there is a large spacious kitchen, two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large and cozy sitting room.
The Presidential Suite can comfortably accommodate 5 people as it comprises the Grand Deluxe Suite connecting with a Prestige Deluxe Room. Measuring 95 sqm approx. in total, there are two king/twin rooms connected via a living room all sumptuously furnished with antiques and with two luxurious marble bathrooms (one in each room).
Children are welcome to come and stay at Villa Spalletti Trivelli and babysitting can be arranged for them.
The Papier Peint dining room offers an elegant dining experience in an intimate and tranquil setting. The delicious menu draws from centuries of Italy's gastronomic heritage and is complemented by an excellent selection of wines from around the world. The hotel boasts a beautiful private garden, a library, a fitness room and a Hammam wellness center providing a relaxing luxury retreat from the haste of the city.
Location & Directions
Villa Spalletti Trivelli is located on Via Piacenza in the heart of Rome. 500m from Trevi Fountain & Piazza Venezia and 800m from the Colosseum.
When to go
Rome enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate. Summers (from June to September) are hot and dry with temperatures often soaring to 37°C. High humidity is also common, particularly in July and August. Winter tends to be moderate, at least by northern European standards, with temperatures averaging around 10°C to 15°C between December and February. Spring (March to June) and early autumn (September and October) are the best times to visit Rome, with lovely blue skies and mild temperatures. November and December are the two wettest months.
Starting in mid-June, the summer rush really picks up, and from July to mid-September the Rome teems with visitors. August is the worst month: Not only does it get uncomfortably hot, muggy, and crowded, but the entire country goes on vacation at least from August 15 to the end of the month (many Italians take off the entire month). Many hotels, restaurants, and shops are closed.