The romantic name Rose Garden was inspired by the rose bushes that grace the garden of the classic period building housing this new Roman hotel. The five-storey palace is in typical turn-of-the-century late-Umbertine Roman style and the interior, which has been totally refurbished by the well-known studio of architects Lorenzo Bellini Associates, has a contemporary feel with its soft and luminous colours. The hall on the ground floor has a crystal dome and the Il Roseto bar overlooks the charming garden where guests can enjoy a coffee, one of the barman’s specialties or a light meal under an Art Nouveau-style gazebo. And in the evenings there is the piano bar. There are 65 harmonious and welcoming rooms including three junior suites and three suites. The range of colours go from beige to rust to dusty blue with silver touches which give them a particularly luminous light while the furniture is in cherry wood, mahogany and wengé.