Studio Marco Piva has designed the facility with an eye on the historical and architectural heritage of Rome, especially the geometric lines, materials and light of the Pantheon.
Circular motifs, marble and brass dominate the structure of the hotel, while the skillful use of light creates a dramatic, theatrical atmosphere.
On the 6th floor hotel rooftop the Divinity Terrace Lounge Bar offers a spectacular 360-degree view of the rooftops and the seven domes of Rome, including that of the Pantheon.
The panoramic terraces features handmade sofas and beige armchairs, while the internal zone has floors in white statuary marble, a wall installation in brass and a space set aside for private events.
The rooms (also with views) contain a rotating selection of objects associated with events and exhibitions taking place in Rome at the time of the stay.
Entering the hall, guests are welcomed by a relaxing atmosphere marked by the presence of a small bar with shiny Sahara Noir marble floors, and a large circular lighting system that takes its cue from the zenithal oculus of the Pantheon.
Award-winning chef Pasquale Palamaro proposes a novel gastronomic experience at the Dionysius restaurant.
The venue, with warm light emanating from the high vaulted ceiling, welcomes guests into an elegant contemporary space enhanced by works of art in bronze, made by hand by a local craftsman, and by a visible kitchen with a window lit by LEDs.
The hotel also includes a gallery facing the restored lobby of the original building, and a boutique.