Rome Edition hotel now open

Rome Edition hotel now open

The 91-room hotel is a short walk from Via Veneto

Built in the 1940s and formerly occupied by one of the main Italian banks, the newly opened Rome Edition is just steps from the famed Via Veneto, one of Rome's most elegant avenues.

Most of the Eternal City’s other major attractions are also within easy reach, including the Piazza Barberini, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the Borghese Gardens.

The 91 rooms, including 17 suites, have all the design elements the brand is known for, including muted earthy tones and bespoke furniture.

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Each room has walnut wood herringbone flooring, bed frames made from Canaletto light walnut wood with custom-made bedside tables, beige leather chairs, Italian artwork adorning walls, and a 55-inch-television. 

In bathrooms, guests will find Carrara marble basins on walnut wood vanity units, with brushed brass fixtures, and signature Edition Le Labo amenities.

The Edition Rome guest room

The hotel has three bars, a rooftop lounge, a pool, a show-kitchen restaurant, an urban wellness space with a gym and treatment rooms and a courtyard garden where guests can while away the time sipping their favourite drink 


Heading up the hotel’s culinary offering at The Rome Edition’s signature restaurant, Anima, is Paola Colucci, the self-taught founder of Roman restaurant Pianostrada. 

Colucci came to cooking later in life. After spending 20 years in finance she left the industry to fulfil her lifelong passion of cooking and opened her first restaurant nine years ago. Her best friend and business partner Chiara Magliocchetti and Colucci’s two daughters, Alice and Flaminia Spognetta, make up the rest of the female-led management team.  

Using recipes passed down through generations of Colucci's family, the menu includes traditional Italian dishes with "a modern twist and international outlook". 

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