Updated 3/17/23: The Six Senses Rome in now open! Rates start at EUR 808 and there's a “Now in Rome” opening offer, see below.
The Six Senses Rome Will Open in March 2023 as the first Six Senses in Italy, and the fourth Six Senses in Europe, after the Six Senses Douro Valley in Portugal, Six Senses Residences Courchevel in France, and Six Senses Ibiza, Spain. Rome will also mark Six Senses second currently operating urban property, after Six Senses Kocatas Mansions in Istanbul, opening prior to Six Senses New York and Six Senses London, both slated for 2023, and Six Senses Kyoto, expected to debut in 2024. As with Aman Resorts, most Six Senses resorts are in relatively remote places of natural beauty, and sometimes near UNESCO World Heritage sites of cultural significance.
Six Senses Rome Location
Six Senses Rome will be located at the Piazza di San Marcello, a 5 minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon, a 13 minute walk from the Spanish Steps, an 18-20 minute walk from the Colosseum, and a half hour drive from Rome Airport (FCO). In terms of other luxury hotels, the Six Senses will be ~11 minute walk from the Portrait Roma, a 12 minute walk to the new Bulgari Hotel Roma and to the J.K. Place Roma, and a 15 minute walk to the Hotel de la Ville, the Rocco Forte hotel that opened in 2019.
Six Senses Rome Amenties
The hotel's main facade, which is UNESCO listed and overlooks the Via del Corso, is being meticulously restored, along with the grand staircase. The hotel will offer 95 rooms and suites, many of them with high ceilings and unique layouts, reflecting the building's heritage origins. Interior design is by Spanish firm Patricia Urquiola, whose other luxury hotel work includes Velaa Private Island in the Maldives, the recently renovated common areas of Four Seasons Milan, and the Mandarin Oriental Barcelona, among others.
Traveling with family or friends? Stay in the Two Bedroom Lata Suite on the fourth floor, with a wonderful expansive >1000 sq. ft. terrace and views of San Marcello al Corso Church and Altare della Patria.
The hotel's ground floor includes an open kitchen trattoria and bar, which lead out to a travertine marble and oak-lined gallery and seating area. The second floor (first floor in European parlance) will have the Six Senses Spa, including a fitness center, spa relaxation area, treatment rooms, and Roman baths. The Earth Lab, focused on sustainable living, will also be on this floor.
A highlight of the hotel will be its rooftop terrace, with its panoramic views of Rome and organic fruit and vegetable gardens.
Now in Rome Opening Offer
To celebrate its opening, there's a special “Now in Rome” offer that includes:
- 15% off BAR
- Welcome drink
- Upgrade based on availability
- Daily breakfast for two guests per room
- For Deluxe Suite and higher categories: complimentary one way private airport transfer and 20 minute “Skin Instant Lab” by Biologique Recherche (a diagnostic analysis of the skin that recommends skin treatments)
But reserve your stay soon: the offer is for stay dates through May 2023.
Reserve Six Senses Rome with Virtuoso Benefits
While not yet a Virtuoso member, we expect Six Senses Rome to become one, such that in the future, TravelSort Clients will be able to reserve it with these or similar benefits:
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Complimentary Buffet Breakfast daily for two guests per bedroom
- $100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
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