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Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain
Rome Hotel Embassy is located in a prestigious and central position in the historical centre of Rome, few steps from Via Veneto and Villa Borghese, and not far from Termini railway station. From the Hotel it’s very easy to reach on foot most of the historical and artistic points of interest of Rome, from Spanish steps to the Trevi Fountain.
Triton Fountain
Triton Fountain
Surroundings of Hotel Embassy are full of history and culture of Rome:
Nearby the hotel, just on the right corner you can visit the Church of St. Maria della Vittoria, a Baroque church, started in 1608 by Carlo Maderno, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. Inside the Cornaro Chapel (on the left transept), there’s one of the best Baroque sculptures in Rome : Bernini's Ecstasy of St. Theresa of Avila, one of Bernini's most well-known works.
On the opposite street is the Church of S.Susanna which is a church dedicated to St. Susan and national church of the USA. This beautiful Baroque masterpiece was designed by Carlo Maderno, and finished in 1603, few years before he started to work on the façade of St. Peter in Vaticano.
On the left of the Hotel, just five minutes walking,you will find the Via Veneto (Veneto street), well-know all over the world for the most famous Fellini’s movies, “La dolce vita”, describing the “sweet life” of Via Veneto, one of the main streets of Rome, especially for its cafés, restaurants and shops.
S. Patrizio
S. Patrizio
This street, during the Roman Imperial Age , included some of the most luxurious villas of Rome, belonged to prominent people such as Julius Caesar and Sallustio,and the district's golden age coincided with the Baroque age. Nowadays Via Veneto with its cafés, hotels and luxury shops, is the heart of a world with no geographical frontiers.
Few meters far from Via Veneto is the Church of S.Patrizio, dedicated to St. Patrick, apostle and patron of Ireland. It is national church of Ireland. Lots of couples from Ireland have their weddind there, in a very special atmosphere.
Fountain of the Bees
Fountain of the Bees
At the end of Via Veneto at Barberini square you can see two beautiful fountains: the Fontana del Tritone and the Fontana delle Api . The first one (Triton Fountain) , is a work by Bernini (1642), located just in the center of the square; the composition, four dolphins which support two valves on which is seated a triton who blows water through a shell held up in his hands, is an happy example of Roman Baroque. The second one, the Fontana delle Api, incorporates the bees (api), from the coat of arms of Barberini, is another baroque work of Bernini (1644).
Just on the corner of Barberini square you can visit the Barberini Palace. Inside this historical building there is the “Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica”, a beautiful Gallery with masterpieces of Raffaello, Caravaggio, Bernini, and many others.
View from Villa Borghese
View from Villa Borghese
At the top of Via Veneto, just ten minutes walking and you’ll see the main park of Rome: Villa Borghese. This villa is a beautiful and extended park, characterised by walkways, woods (It contains 400 newly-planted pine trees, garden sculptures by Bernini’s father, Pietro, and dramatic water works built by Giovanni Fontana) and lakes (In the centre of the park, is the “Giardino del Lago” in which stays an artificial lake complete with an Ionic temple to Aesculapius, the god of health, by the 18C architect Antonio Asprucci).
From Belvedere Pincio there is a magnificent view of the town. In this area you can visit three important Museums of Rome: the National Gallery of Modern Art (which includes works by Goya, Renoir, Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, and many more) the Etruscan Museum and the Borghese Gallery with the famous baroque sculptures by Bernini.
Borghese Gallery
Borghese Gallery
A part of the Villa is dedicated to the recently renewed Zoo (Bioparco), destination loved by adults and children.
Just few blocks far from the hotel you have the possibility to admire the ancient Baths of Emperor Diocletian, the wonderful Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels by Michelangelo and fascinating Naiadi Fountain in centre of Piazza della Repubblica.
Ten minutes walking from the Hotel you can visit two most famous sights of Rome: Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps).
Spanish Steps
Spanish Steps
The Trevi Fountain , one of the symbol of the Eternal City, is a Baroque masterpiece. The fountain has a scenographical effect, guaranteed by the restricted space of the surrounding, which presents itself as a theatre. The central niche depicts Neptune riding a chariot driven by sea horses and the water flows over rocks before collecting in a pool below.
According to legend, if you throw a coin into the water by expressing a wish, the wish will become true and you will certainly return to Rome.
Piazza di Spagna it’s one of the most beautiful square in Rome and the famous Spanish Steps are one of Rome’s most famous sights, thanks to their popularity as meeting point and to the position at the heart of the city’s shopping area. From the upper terrace there is an excellent view of the city.
St. Peter
St. Peter

The strategic position of Hotel Embassy offers you an excellent starting point to visit all other monuments and museums of Rome;
just few meters far from the hotel there’s the subway station of Repubblica which can get you to St. Peter’s square, Vatican Museums and Coliseum in less than ten-fifteen minutes.
Vatican area will surprise the visitor with its unique charm, thanks to the majesty of St. Peter Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, the Raphael Rooms, the S.Angelo Castle which draws pilgrims and tourists from all over the world.
The famous Coliseum, the big Arch of Costantin and the fascinating Roman Forum capture the visitor’s imagination with their archaeological sites. Quite close to Palatine hill, you will find the well-known Emperor Nero’s golden house, the Domus Aurea. In Fori Imperiali street you can also discover the ancient Trajan’s Forum and the Forum Caesar. Then you will enter in the spectacular Venice Square, with its imposing Victor Emmanuel II Monument and the National Shrine.

So, let’s start visiting Rome from Hotel Embassy and have a nice vacation!