Saturday, May 15, 2021

350 square meters of pure luxury for the Chinese president and the first lady, visiting Rome for three days. The Eternal City has opened the doors of the Hotel Parco dei Principi to them.

Three days in Rome for Chinese President Xi Jinping and first lady Peng Liyuan . A visit for which the two will be guests at the prestigious Hotel Parco dei Principi in the capital, which has obviously placed at their complete disposal the Royal Suite, able to offer an out of the ordinary view, admiring the greenery of Villa Borghese and the magnificence of the Dome of St. Peter.

Hotel Parco dei Principi
Hotel Parco dei Principi – Photo Source: Instagram

Located on the sixth floor of the building in the heart of Rome , the Royal Suite boasts 350 square meters, selected over the years by many famous faces, especially from the cinema. During the filming of To Rome With Love fact Woody Allen he stayed there for the entire summer, wanting to truly enjoy the climate of the Eternal City.

Inside the room there is really nothing missing, boasting a very large and bright living room, from which you can have access to the huge terrace with a panoramic view. The dining room, however, is more reserved to guarantee privacy and a certain atmosphere. Luxury rages, with a vintage imperial table suitable for up to 15 diners. Double kitchen, main and service, and a study area.

Hotel Parco dei Principi
Hotel Parco dei Principi – Photo Source:

The master bathroom is also enriched by an incredible view of Villa Borghese . Its composition is enviable, being filled with Italian marbles, leaving guests free to select the preferred solution for a little relaxation. Inside there are in fact a huge bathtub, a mosaic shower cabin and a comfortable steam sauna.

The master bedroom is also of great value, with a private balcony and double walk-in closet. The mattresses are also of exquisite workmanship: Simmons Beautyrest Black Diamond. Sophisticated drapery adorns the environment, as do the decorated ceilings, for an elegant atmosphere of undoubted charm. To the intriguing luxury elements of the past, however, we must add the inevitable modern elements. They can’t miss the hi-tech accessories like a total Wi-Fi coverage, Pay TV and 3 55 “LCD TVs.

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