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This Rome 5-star hotel is based in a grand historical building from the early 1900s, which used to be the offices of the Italian railway. For an additional touch of Roman history, it even features 6th-century Roman ruins in its garden.
The design throughout is cool and modern, with a mostly white color scheme accentuated by greys and burgundies. The rooms are recently redecorated, meaning they feel fresh and new. They are slightly on the smaller side, but very comfortable, with great amenities such as Lavazza espresso machines and premium TV channels. Family Rooms are available that sleep up to 6 people, which can make for a great luxury stay for a group of friends.
This gay-friendly hotel features an extremely pleasant rooftop terrace with great views of Rome, as well as a restaurant, bar, and very good buffet breakfast. A small gym is available free of charge for all guests, with a selection of cardio equipment and free weights.
NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento is right next door to Roma Termini, which makes it very convenient for going to and from the airport (as well as for rail travelers). This is also an ideal location for getting around, as both Metro lines cross at Termini. There are two popular gay cruising bars within a 10-minute walk of the hotel, Censured Club and Company Roma.
♥ Best location in town for public transport
♥ Historic building with contemporary interiors
♥ Good range of rooms, including large 6-person suites