Located in the classy residential neighborhood of Parioli, Hotel Lord Byron is a boutique hotel in Rome designed in an Art Deco 1930s style. The common areas feature large portraits of the period, oversized vases, and streamlined statuary. In the award-winning restaurant, Sapori del Lord Byron, enjoy rich cuisine in a fancy setting that invokes the Gatsby era. Savor a special cocktail in the Salotto Lounge Bar or choose a wine from the vast collection.
The 32 elegant guest rooms and suites at this luxury Rome hotel are decorated with vibrant jewel tones and vintage details such as matching velvet headboards and armchairs. High-gloss mahogany and rosewood furniture, high-back sitting chairs and floor-to-ceiling drapes evoke the era, while the Carrara marble bathrooms are modern yet true to the period.
Look out over the internal courtyard of the Hotel Lord Byron through the French windows while relaxing in antique furniture. Choose a queen-sized bed or two twins. Also available for single occupancy use.
Relax on your private balcony, basking in the beauty of the surrounding area. The luxurious accommodations feature a king, queen, or two twin beds. An additional bed can be arranged upon request.
Complete with a sleeping area and a sitting area, these suites also feature a balcony overlooking nearby villas. Choose from a king bed, a queen bed, or two twins. An extra bed may also be accommodated.
Enjoy a stunning view of the Borghese Gardens from your panoramic balcony and through large French windows. Adjacent to the queen-sized bedroom is a separate sitting area, which contains a sleep sofa, luxurious armchairs, and a marble and wood desk. The extravagant rooftop suite boasts a grand terrace, upon which you may enjoy a private meal.
Be steps from Villa Borghese and its beautiful gardens, as well as the shopping on Via dei Condotti and the beautiful Spanish Steps. The Parioli neighborhood is residential, filled with fantastic restaurants. Also nearby to this Rome boutique hotel, you’ll find the Tiber River, Piazza del Popolo, and the Vatican.