Portrait Suites


The saying “all roads lead to Rome“ has been in use for centuries. And certainly, if the road leads you the Portrait Suites located right at the heart of the eternal city the ancient wisdom does not only hold true but promises refined delights at the end of the road.


The exquisite Portrait Suites are part of the Lungarno hotel chain owned by the Ferragamo family. They are a unique hotel project and success story: The gracefully designed house set on the famous and sophisticated Via Condotti read more » bears all the hallmarks and charms of an Italian city residence.


The Portrait Suites’ superb and individual service team goes to great lengths to make every guest feel right at home. The Ferragamo family is renowned for its extravagant product lines and both hotel and fashion draw inspiration from each other.


The venerated palazzo on the Via Condotti naturally includes a boutique for gentlemen garments. Moreover, it was none other than star designer Michele Bonan, who left his creative fingerprints all over the interior design.


The perfect service includes a private butler. At a mere sign, a glass of iced champagne is served to be enjoyed at the bar or on the magnificent roof terrace that is not only elegantly designed and comfortably furnished but also boasts a wonderful city panorama.


Of course, such refined individuality and extravagance carry a corresponding price tag. However, lodged at the luxurious Portrait Suites, inaugurated as recently as the summer 2006, you do not only enjoy the stylish ambience and ample creature comforts but also the perfect basis to explore the eternal city Rome.


Allow INTOSOL to introduce you to Rome and the “dolce vita” – accommodated in fine style at the Portrait Suites!


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The close connection between the extravagant fashion label and the Portrait Suites’ fourteen suites and studios becomes apparent in countless carefully designed details. Precious materials like silk read more » drapes are abundant and contribute greatly to the sophisticated flair.


The bright, friendly colour scheme has been perfectly balanced and where the facilities and furniture are concerned nothing has been left to chance. The result are individual retreats that exceed the expectations of even the most seasoned traveller.


The Portrait Suites are a haven to return to after a long and exciting day in Rome. Sink into the large, cosy beds to revisit the day’s events in your mind before drifting off into a delightfully relaxing sleep.


Despite the central city location, the small number of accommodation units ensures a maximum of peace, quiet and privacy. Please note that all of the Portrait Suites are a smoke-free environment.


The suites are between thirty one and forty two square metres large – plenty of space to spread out at your leisure. A mini bar stocks a selection of snacks and drinks to keep you refreshed throughout the day.


A TV and sound system provide entertainment and the state-of-the-art air-conditioning keeps you cool on a hot day in Rome. Your valuables are well protected in the safe.


Those travelling with kids will be delighted to learn that the Portrait Suites offer a professional babysitting service to take care of your loved, little charges. Enjoy a night for two in one of the world’s most romantic cities!


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The Portrait Suites have the most perfect location imaginable for a city holiday in Rome: At the heart of the city, the hotel is located right on the fashionable shopping street Via Condotti at only a read more » few paces from the Piazza di Spagna.


The Portrait Suites are the perfect basis for exploring Rome. However, you are facing some tough choices: The city boasts such a wealth of historic, cultural and modern attractions that you will need to choose carefully which places you will want to visit.


Of course, a visit to the Sistine Chapel is naturally high on the list. The frescos created by the great master Michelangelo are simply unequalled. Another must-see sight is the venerated Colosseum.


It is here where the blood of the gladiators soaked the sand for the entertainment of the crowds. And certainly, a whisper of turbulent history still seems to linger. Next, there are the Forum Romanum and the Pantheon, the so-called gateway to heaven.


The Spanish Stairs are perfect for a break. Just settle down and soak up the flair of the hustle and bustle all around. Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain for good luck and treat yourself to ridiculously over-prized espresso on the Piazza Navona.


The Vatican Museum exposes only a fraction of the Vatican City’s treasures of incalculable value. All the same, certainly the visit is well worth your time! And having over-saturated yourself with fine arts and history, just go on a wild shopping spree.


Rome has a captivating flair, a magic that puts a charm on visitors that lingers and lasts. Many come back. And so the old saying again proves its validity: All roads lead to Rome! Welcome!


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