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Hotel Pantheon

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Hotel Pantheon

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In a quiet, characteristic pedestrian street in the heart of the old city center, just 20 meters from the Pantheon and near to Piazza Montecitorio, the site of the Italian Parliament. An elegant, sophisticated Rome hotel where the guests will be surrounded by comforts and warm, professional hospitality.



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Overview



The Hotel Pantheon is located in an elegant eighteenth-century building in the heart of Rome, just a short walk from the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona, in peaceful surroundings, characteristic of an old pedestrian street.

The interior of this small but luxurious Rome hotel is well-cared for down to the finest detail, embellished with special, unique details such as the Liberty-style staircase in wrought iron, the wooden-clad walls, the ceilings with old wooden beams, the Roman terracotta floors, the artistic windows and the trompe-l'oeils decorations on the hall walls.

The breakfast room is a charming place, thanks to the light of the Carrara marble and the dome ceiling painted with sky-colored trompe-l'oeil.

Intimate and friendly, the Hotel Pantheon offers a relaxing stay for its guests, also thinking of their well-being with their range of high quality, personalized services such as ticket booking for shows and exhibitions, guided tours of Rome and the surrounding area, suggestions on itineraries and places that must be seen and the plentiful hot or cold buffet breakfast.

The hotel owes its name to the Pantheon, the huge temple that dates back to 27 B.C. that can be reached on foot in less than 2 minutes. The Pantheon was partly destroyed and then rebuilt between 118 and 125 A.D., and later became a holy Christian site. Raffaello, Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I are all buried inside the Pantheon. The huge dome and the precious marble decorations on the walls and floors are also sights to be seen.

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