A legendary Roman hotel reopens

Hotel Eden returns after a 17-month revamp with a full-service urban day spa and a secret library bar

The lobby of Rome’s iconic Hotel Eden, which is reopening after a 17-month renovation
The lobby of Rome’s iconic Hotel Eden, which is reopening after a 17-month renovation | Image: 4BI & Associés

Another icon of Italian hospitality is reopening next month in Rome, after a 17-month closure and thoughtfully comprehensive renovation. Hotel Eden (www.dorchestercollection.com; from €730) – brought quietly under the aegis of the Dorchester Collection in 2013 – still has its dream location alongside the Trinità dei Monti and the verdant expanse of the Villa Borghese parklands; its 98 rooms and suites, awash in elegant whites and creams, are joined by a full-service urban day spa and a secret library bar. The panoramic rooftop lounge, for which the hotel has long been a landmark, is sleeker than ever, thanks to a seriously glamorous makeover partly courtesy of Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku of Jouin Manku (of Alain Ducasse and LeJulesVerne renown).

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