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Fendi Private Suites Roma

Design-driven, centrally located, all-suite property, exclusive

Villa Della Fontanella, Di Borghese 48, Rome 00186


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At a Glance

The luxury brand’s first expansion into the hotel arena, the Fendi Suites and its parent company LVMH combined their resources to create this stunning property, which transformed the Rome hotel scene upon opening in early 2016.

Indagare Loves

  • The lavish bathrooms with expanses of rare colored marbles, soaking tubs and walk-in showers
  • The complimentary Fendi Selleria keyholders for guests
  • Access to Zuma, the hotel’s rooftop restaurant and a culinary hotspot


Good things come in small packages as evidenced by the 2016 debut of the all-suite Fendi hotel. Conveniently located just steps from some of Rome's most iconic historical sites and best shopping, the uber-chic property is housed within a renovated, Renaissance-style palazzo that has been reimagined as a seven-suite boutique hotel. Design aficionados and fashionistas, in particular, will appreciate the hotel’s location within the same building as the Fendi global flagship, and access to its artisans, who can create custom pieces.

Reinforcing Fendi's commitment to the fine and decorative arts, stunning 20th- and 21st-century furnishings by such designers as Hans Wegner, Vladimir Kagan and the Campana Brothers are sprinkled throughout the property. Fendi designer (and highly regarded amateur photographer) Karl Lagerfeld has contributed images of Rome's most famous monuments, which line the hotel walls and the chic, yet minimal lobby. The palazzo also boasts an outpost of esteemed Japanese restaurant Zuma, which has a rooftop bar with incredible views of the city.

The hotel's seven suites can be combined in varying configurations, catering to families with young children, groups of friends or couples seeking more space. The suites are decorated in neutral tones punctuated by deep red accents. The bathrooms feature lavish expanses of rare colored marbles, comfortable soaking tubs, large walk-in showers and radiant floor heating. Diptyque bathroom amenities round out the luxurious experience.

Who Should Stay

Those seeking a private and exclusive experience in the middle of bustling Rome as well as groups who want to combine suites into apartment-like spaces.

Written by Bruce Lazarus

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