Hotel Lord Byron


Rome – eternal city in Lazio. The seat of the Catholic Church, Italy’s capital and world metropolis all at once! Plenty of reasons for Johann Wolfgang Goethe to dedicate more than a few lines of poetry to Rome at the end of the 18th century.


The fascination of the baroque city that inspired Goethe still lingers and touches the hearts of the international visitors today. And certainly, a city like Rome deserves the corresponding accommodation like the small but supremely luxurious Lord Byron read more » city hotel on the Via Giuseppe de Notaris.


It is no surprise that the elegant art deco house scored a membership with the elite association “The Small Leading Hotels of the World” with ease. The membership is proof of and a commendation for the Lord Byron’s excellence.


Despite its central location in one of Rome’s most popular suburbs, the Lord Byron Hotel is an oasis of peace and quiet. The ambience has a family flair infused with Italian lust for life, Mediterranean charm and sophisticated elegance.


The extravagant design also sets the tone at the lounge and the bar. Select pieces of art as well as precious textiles and elegant furniture underpin the chic atmosphere.


The Il Salotto is your first choice for a sip of Italy’s excellent red wines and a chat with the other guests. Indeed, wine connoisseurs will be thrilled by the house’s excellently stocked wine cellar. A number of bottled treasures are kept below that are rarely found anywhere else.


After a restful night, the aroma of fresh coffee and baking bread wakes you gently to another day in Rome. It is the best start into a new day! And at night, sample the haute cuisine at the Sapori Restaurant – Italian specialities at their best!


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The Lord Byron Hotel’s exceptionally graceful ambience is largely based on a rather simple but highly effective trick: The light gently floats over and breaks on gleaming surfaces and bright colours. read more » Remember Snow White: “Magic mirror on the wall …. “?


The Lord Byron is generously adorned with many mirrors that captivate and distribute the light. Of course, the same graceful style extents itself to the Byron’s thirty two rooms and suites.


The discerning guest may choose between four accommodation categories: the Double Room Classic, the Double Room Deluxe, the Junior Suite and the Suite. No matter which of the room categories you ultimately chose, each and everyone is unique!


Both design and decoration vary greatly. Especially the rooms on the top floor have been most carefully and lovingly furnished and adorned. Elegant, large marble bathrooms make it a pleasure to get up in the mornings. And of course, there are the small but important details like soft bathrobes and heatable towel racks.


Moreover, you enjoy a fantastic view out over the surrounding city with its chic buildings and lush parks. After a long and exciting day in Rome, snuggle up in the lavishly large beds. On a fine summer day, the air-conditioning quickly disperses the heat.


The facilities include internet as well as a TV. The mini bar stocks refreshments. The small number of rooms make the Lord Byron a quiet and personal retreat – the perfect sanctuary for individualists searching for fine style far from the hectic hustle and bustle of everyday life!


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The Lord Byron’s central location in Parioli makes it the perfect basis for exploring the eternal city Rome. A short walk takes you to most of the city’s celebrated attractions.


Stroll the ancient read more » streets and taste some of the turbulent history. And after a while of busy exploration, settle down on the Spanish Steps to enjoy the vibrant ambience all around.


Close your eyes, grab hold of one of your dearest wishes in your mind and toss a coin into the famous Trevi Fountain. The Borghese Gardens and the Via Veneto are also within easy walking distance of the Lord Byron Hotel.


The gardens boast countless fountains and monuments and the Via Veneto is a pulsating street lined with countless cafés and boutiques. Incidentally, on your request it is a pleasure for the Hotel Byron to arrange a private city tour with an experienced guide and chauffeur.


However, you may also set off exploring on your own – either on foot or with a bicycle. A recommendation certainly goes to the National Gallery of Modern Art and to the Etruscan Museum located in the Villa Giulia.


And then, of course, there are all the famed and fabled attractions like the Vatican City, the Colosseum and the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s awe-inspiring paintings. In fact, there is so much to see and do in Rome that you will need to choose carefully.


The famous German author Goethe described his stay in Rome as the most joyful time in his life. He recorded his experiences in his work the “Italian Journey”. Allow INTOSOL to take you on a journey to Rome, to the Hotel Lord Byron, to what might possibly become your most joyful time of your life!


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