Six Senses Rome
City Oasis, Sustainable Luxury, Contemporary
Piazza di San Marcello Rome, Italy 00187 +39 06-9931-2776 www.sixsenses.com
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At a Glance
An oasis in Italy’s capital and located inside a historic bank building, Six Senses Rome stays true to the brand’s signature laid-back luxury while bringing a dose of contemporary playfulness to the ancient city. The airy property features spacious outdoor balconies and light-filled open spaces framed by tropical plants.
- The hotel’s Earth Lab focused on sustainability, where guests can make crafts and learn about the hotel’s Impact efforts
- The historic elements of the space: the hotel’s UNESCO-protected façade; the original marble staircase from the bank building; the 600-year-old columns in the lobby
- The extensive wellness offerings, including a Biohacking Room to Modernized Roman Baths
Six Senses Rome Review
Overlooking Via del Corso (and moments from the Trevi Fountain and Pantheon), Six Senses Rome is a complete escape in one of Rome’s busiest neighborhoods. The UNESCO-protected historic façade makes for a discreet entrance, blending in seamlessly with the surrounding buildings. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a burst of tropical plants, healthy welcome drinks and warm Italian hospitality.
Six Senses Rome is elegant and laid-back with a calming color palette of neutrals, pinks and sage (natural materials like wood and stone are incorporated throughout the property). A stay feels intimate with only 96 guest rooms, including double rooms, junior suites and one- and two-bedroom suites. Beds are exceedingly comfortable—apparently designed and selected with sleep science at the forefront.
Note: Terrace Junior Suites have large balconies with private outdoor space to enjoy an apertivio al fresco after a busy day of historical touring.
Mingle with local Romans at the property’s expansive first-floor indoor-outdoor cafe and bar space, BIVIUM. Here guests can take part in a special wine tasting experience using their room key: one swipe can pour a small sample, a medium-glass or a full-glass of some of the area’s best bottles. NOTOS, the rooftop terrace, has 360-degree views of Rome in a secret-garden-like setting. The cuisine is traditional Italian fare, including pastas, pizzas, fresh seafood and meats. Don’t miss the zucchini flower and grappa-soaked pear pizza (or unlimited complimentary gelato service).
True to Six Senses, the spa is impressive. There are five treatment rooms, Roman baths and a hammam, steam and sauna rooms, biohacking technology treatments and a solarium relaxation area, plus areas for meditation and a fitness center. Guests can also create their own spa products from fresh herbs at the Alchemy Bar.
Who Should Stay
Best for those who favor contemporary design over traditional Italian style; guests seeking very comfortable modern rooms and a spa experience within the city.
Connecting rooms and two-bedroom suites (one with a full kitchen and large patio) make Six Senses Rome a family-friendly option.
- Charlotte Clayson
- Sarah Minges