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Six Senses’ First Urban Hotel in Italy Opens This Week in Rome

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The newest Six Senses property is opening its doors in Rome.

This will be the first time that the luxury IHG-owned brand, most associated with high-end beachside resorts in tropical climates, will open an urban property in Italy.

“It makes my team and I feel very proud to open the first urban Six Senses property in Italy,” said Francesca Tozzi, General Manager at Six Sense Rome. “We are working hard so our guests can experience memorable stays in an authentic, fun, and quirky ambience.”

Here’s what you can expect from a stay at the hottest new Six Senses hotel in Italy when it welcomes guests starting tomorrow, March 16, 2023.

Six Senses Brings Urban Luxury to Rome

Nestled equidistant from the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, the Six Senses Rome is the perfect luxurious retreat after a long day of exploring the Italian capital city.

As you’d expect from a Six Senses property, ensuring that the design and decor of the property was in-keeping with Rome was paramount.

Materials like travertine stone which were used by the Ancient Romans to construct the Coliseum, as well as other Roman favorites such as cocciopesto, are featured throughout the Six Senses Rome.

Some of the 96 rooms and suites — like this 2-bedroom Mellini Suite — have terraces, which feature triclinium-style marble seating areas.

Six Senses Rome terrace
The Mellini Suite is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy an Aperol Spritz after a hard day exploring the ancient city. Image Credit: Six Senses

Guests will get the choice of 12 different types of accommodations, ranging from the ‘Classic’ base level room to 3 signature suites each with its own unique design.

Six Senses Rome Classic Room
Even the base-level room at the Six Senses room oozes elegantly luxurious tranquility. Image Credit: Six Senses

Prices range from around $1,000 to $1,500 for a Classic room, while you can expect to pay at least $15,000 per night for the Mellini Suite pictured above.

Hot Tip: Six Senses is known for being leader in the world of luxury hotels as well as taking sustainability seriously, and it’s so exclusive that there are only 22 properties around the world. Unfortunately, it’s only possible to redeem IHG One Rewards points to book stays at these 11 properties.

Final Thoughts

The ultimate in hotel luxury is now available for booking in the Italian capital city of Rome.

Now, visitors to the ancient city of Rome will be able to take their their stay to a sky-high level of luxury in the city by booking a room at the all-new Six Senses.

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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