Palazzo Manfredi is an elegant hideaway in the center of what was once imperial Rome. The charming 17th century palace has spectacular views of the Colosseum, the Forum, and the Domus Aurea, combined with superb hospitality.
Palazzo Manfredi was the hunting pavilion of the Guidi gardens. Today it is tastefully adorned with art ranging from 16th century antique paintings to contemporary pieces. The hotel offers an intimate experience, crowned only by a meal at the hotel’s Aroma restaurant where the unparalleled vistas of ancient Rome are beautifully matched by the culinary delights of the Michelin star Executive Chef Giuseppe Di lorio.
The Court - the new Cocktail Bar inside Palazzo Manfredi, with a unique view of the Coliseum, one of the world’s wonders, the most prestigious address in Rome - offers a wide range of innovative drinks with revolutionary techniques by some of the most famous Italian mixologists, right in front of the “Ludus Magnus”, the largest Gladiator training camp in the Antique Rome now dubbed the “most exclusive location for innovative mixology”, where the bartender almost becomes an alchemist