Hotel Medici

Hotel Medici is located within the Aurelian Walls, in a palace that belonged to the noble Medici family and was built in a historic area of the city, famous as early as the time of Sallust, who had a complex built precisely with the largest and richest Roman garden (Horti Sallustiani), still visible behind the hotel.

Strolling between past and present, you can easily reach the Quirinale and visit its Scuderie, which hosts events and exhibitions by great artists, or have a coffee on the fashionable Via Veneto, known for Federico Fellini's film La Dolce Vita, or stop at Villa Borghese and enjoy the greenery and views of Rome from the top of the Pincio Terrace.

A taste of history is possible right from the start: in the early 1900s, during the renovation of the building, a 5th-century Greek statue was found (Download PDF) that is now in the National Roman Museum, and some Roman artifacts can still be seen inside the structure.

Located inside a historic building, which formerly housed an accommodation facility that has now been completely renovated, the hotel offers high-level services in a warm and comfortable environment.

The owners have been tourism entrepreneurs for decades, and their experience allows them to offer appropriate solutions to all needs.

Il Medici is located in a very central district, well connected with the main places of interest in the city and with Termini Station, which can also be reached on foot.

It is an area full of bars, restaurants, pizzerias, businesses and public and private offices, making it lively during the day but very quiet and peaceful at night.