Rome, Italy

Six Senses Rome

Experience the real essence of Rome

A peaceful haven in the heart of Italy’s UNESCO-protected city center

An architectural wonder of its own, Six Senses Rome is housed in a palazzo with rich history dating back to the early 1900s. The hotel sits in the very heart of the Eternal City, right next to the magnificent façade of San Marcello al Corso Church. Inside, discover a collection of 96 luxury rooms and suites spread across 12 accommodation types, where the essence of Roman traditions has been kept intact. Combining the breathtaking beauty of the unspoiled historic city centre with sophisticated contemporary design born from the encounter between traditional Roman forms and high Italian style, this hotel is now among Rome’s top luxury hotels.

When it’s time to dine, guests can expect to find their Eat With Six Senses philosophy of local, fresh and seasonal produce across all of the hotel’s dining venues. The on-site restaurants celebrate Roman Empire cuisine with Sicilian touches in honor of the Executive Chef’s home favorites. Where possible, they use natural and seasonal ingredients from carefully selected local farmers and suppliers.

If you’re curious to learn more about the hotel’s sustainability efforts, explore their dedicated Earth Lab while building your knowledge through interactive talks and hands-on workshops.

There is also the opportunity to immerse yourself in holistic Roman wellness philosophy at the spa. The 60-minute Roman bathing circuit is a modern-day take on an ancient ritual which aims to balance both mind and body. Other highlights include the healing herbal Hammam and sensory immersions at the Alchemy Bar.



96 rooms and suites

Spa with Roman bath

Restaurant and bar

Earth Lab

Mixology masterclass

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Borgo Pignano
Sat amidst the rolling green hills, deep in the heart of Tuscany, you will find the inviting haven of Borgo Pignano, a hotel built into a perfectly renovated 18th-century country villa. From this 750-acre hilltop estate, which offers exquisite views of Tuscany’s olives groves, fields and woodlands, you can indulge in the upmost comfort found in the 14 elegantly furnished rooms and suites. While the hotel has been renovated, it hasn’t forgotten its historic roots, and some rooms still feature their original frescoes under rustic wood beams. The hotel grows a lot of its own produce and has also started growing antique and heritage crops. The broad cross-section of flowers and plants you’ll find here attract bees, helping with the vital process of pollination of vegetables and fruit trees. The infinity pool is certainly one of the hotel’s most enticing features, cradled by old stone walls and looking out towards the impressive landscape. The wellness centre can be found just a few steps from the main building and offers a range of treatments which have been created using organic ingredients grown on the estate. Over in the hotel restaurant you can dine on fine Italian cuisine made from home-grown and locally sourced ingredients. The pasta here is made from wheat flour produced from grains grown on the property, so you can be assured you are really getting a true taste of Tuscany. This hotel is perfect for those seeking both relaxation and a range of exciting activities. Yoga classes take place inside the property, while those wishing to explore the outdoors can do so on horseback, or by bike. Painting classes, cooking classes and wine tastings are all part of the fun here at Borgo Pignano, making every stay unforgettable.
Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Lake Como

Grand Hotel Tremezzo
Lake Como is all about style and elegance, and the iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo with its impressive art nouveau façade, fits the brief perfectly. Sat on the western shores of the lake, the hotel looks out across the water to the pretty town of Bellagio and the dramatic Grigne mountains. Not to be outshone by its famous neighbour, Villa Carlotta, the hotel sits within beautifully landscaped gardens filled with rare and ancient magnolias, palm trees and flowers that explode in clouds of red, purple, pink and blue. Rooms come with large windows that look out over lake or gardens, and the views from the rooftop suites are hard to beat. It’s not just the scenery that’ll catch your eye, however, and there’s plenty to admire inside as well. The lounge is filled with brightly coloured furniture and features ornate silk hangings on the wall, while the billiards room is home to an original table from the 1800s. Guests can dine on seasonal Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurant where in the warmer months, food is served on the terrace. The trattoria and wine bar is perfect for more casual dining, offering the relaxed atmosphere of an ancient wine cellar with a touch of modern elegance. Relaxing here is easy; the hotel has a secluded outdoor pool in the gardens and its own man-made beach, located just in front of the water-on-water floating pool on the lake. The indoor infinity pool and spa look out over the water and offer luxurious Santa Maria Novella products and treatments. The hotel also has its own water limos for when you want to explore and discover the lake.