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MELIA . . . AT HOME IN ROME

GRAN MELIA ROMA, THE GRAN MELIA MASTERPIECE

The Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel, the masterpiece of the Gran MeliŠ brand, is enveloped by the legends of ancient Rome and the spectacular scenery of the historical Villa Agrippina, which once belonged to the Roman empress, mother of the Emperor Nero.

Its rich history blends seamlessly with elegant interiors which masterfully balance traditional luxury with a sophisticated avant garde flair.

The hotel boasts a truly excelptional location, on the banks of the River Tiber, at the heart of the cultural and entertainment attractions of bustling Rome. Unique for its historical and cultural wealth, this luxury urban resort sets new standards for the most luxurious hotels in the Italian capital.

A most privileged location

                    

Just a 5 minute walk from the Vatican and St. Peterís Basilica and only 15 minutes from the Piazza Navona, this spectacular luxury urban resort is located in the heart of one of the most famous cities in the world. Next to the famous area of Trastevere, the hotel is near the popular Oratory of Gonfalone and Palazzo Crivelli.

In addition to the historical and cultural significance of the building and setting, the Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel provides impressive pools and gardens, a complete YHI Wellness area, a select range of fine dining options and a Business and Convention Center with 3 meeting rooms, all equipped with the latest technology.

A trip through history

When you arrive at the Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel, you begin a unique trip which brings together the mystique of the distant past and the most refined modern luxury.

The Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel is a place where everything is possible. Continue your journey through history in our library with an assortment of books and magazines and unique archaeological relics.

Valuable archaeological treasures were discovered during the building of this museum-hotel, the masterpiece of the Gran MeliŠ brand. Recognised by official historical sources as the ruins of the prestigious Villa Agrippina (first and second centuries AD), these priceless relics are now displayed in the elegant public spaces of the Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage.

Orti Domiziani, a Garden of Eden in the heart of the city

In the magnificent Orti Domiziani gardens, the cityís first botanical garden, taking its name from Neroís Aunt Domitia, guests will find a haven of peace and tranquillity in the midst of the Italian capital.

A Garden of Eden in the heart of the city in which to enjoy and learn more about local culture and wisdom via its native plants, orange trees and beautiful flowers. A walk through the Orti Domiziani becomes a tour of local history and culture thanks to the hotelís expert botanical guides.

Fine dining and a fully equipped wellness area

      

As is traditional in all Gran MeliŠ hotels worldwide, guests may enjoy the finest haute cuisine without leaving the hotel. Cool off in the heart of the Eternal City in the stunning swimming pool which stands on archaeological ruins and offers privileged panoramic views of the Vatican Basilica. For even greater comfort, ask for our poolside services including our pool concierge, Balinese beds and Jacuzzi.

RedLevel, our elegant boutique hotel within a hotel

                 

For our most discerning guests, we offer our exclusive Red Glove services. Discover RedLevel, our boutique hotel within a hotel, where you can check-in in private and enjoy services such as a personalised butler, limousine and concierge.

Welcome to the Gran MeliŠ Rome Hotel: a hostorical hotel that will change the way you think about luxury urban resorts.

BOOKINGS (39)  06  66544454
Hotel Gran MeliŠ Rome
Via del Gianicolo, 4, 00165
Rome, Italy


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