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written by Alexandra Evans

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The Hotel Rapahel is a well know address in the city of Rome just a few meters away from Piazza Navona, in Largo Febo.

The building and its setting are real pieces of art in the beautiful city: all rooms are spacious and display antiques, luxury furnishings and pieces of art and ceramics of the caliber of Picasso.

A green cascade of leaves welcomes the guests in a truly beautiful scenery, making you forget to be in Rome, for a while.
A beautiful roof garden is a real treat on the last floor, with a spectacular panorama on the city, with a perfect view of the artistic masterpieces of Rome, in a beautiful green setting, full of flowers, in which white tables and sun umbrellas set out in the beautiful terrace. Here you can sit and relax while watching the town, sip a drink or taste one of the many delicacies of restaurant Bramante, run by the Chef Jean Daridon.

For more information,  call +39 06 682831

  • Hotel Raphael - Rooms
    Hotel Raphael - Rooms


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