Rome all around you

Opulent and sumptuous, sentimental and old-fashioned, romantic and picturesque: the real spirit of Rome that you wish to take in. And the Hotel Siena, Rome's special location allows you to be right in the middle of the Roman scene—surrounded by all that is so worthwhile to experience.

Spanish steps - 100 metres away

Piazza di Spagna is perhaps one of the most famous piazza(s) in the world. Located in the shadow of the Trinità dei Monti palace, its spirit limbers up the delicate staircase that has fascinated artists and authors throughout the ages—from English Romantic poets (Keats and Shelley) to Woody Allen.

Trevi Fountain - 150 metres away

How could you forget Anita Ekberg plunging into the limpid waters of the Fontana di Trevi—one of the most beautiful examples of Italian Baroque art? Nicola Salvi, in 1735, designed and realized this magnificent masterpiece where today, and every day, thousands upon thousands of visitors to Rome, spellbound by the beauty of the fountain, traditionally toss in coins from all over the world hoping that their wishes will come true and that they will have the good fortune to return to Rome, The Eternal City, still another day.

Pantheon - 700 metres away

This stupendous marvel of Roman architecture is considered one of Rome's finest. It is embellished with statues of ancient Roman gods—from which is derived the name Pantheon—and within its interior, the tombs of illustrious personages, such as Raffaello and the remnants of royal Italian families, are exhibited.

Galleria Borghese - 500 metres away

The ostentatious palace that belongs to the powerful Borghese family, houses an enormous collection of extraordinary art works, with mastepieces famous throughout the world.

Here one may view the Statua of Paolina Borghese by Canova and the Apollo and Dafne by Bernini. Other renown artistic achievements include accomplishments by Raffaello, Caravaggio and Tiziano.

Scuderie del Quirinale - 700 metres away

Today, exhibition areas that enjoy a unamimous acclaim always mention Le Scuderie del Quirinale (The Stables). Here with the Palazzo del Quirinale and that of the Consulta, where the piazza's boundary is marked, one can find the statues of the Dioscuri and the Obelisco of the Mausoleo of Augusto. Three thousand square metres dedicated to the most important art exhibitions in Italy.

Piazza Venezia and Vittoriano - 1 kilometres away

One of the grandest and most suggestive piazza(s) in Rome is the Piazza Venezia which is dominated by the Vittoriano—a marvelous monumental complex dedicated to Vittorio Emanuele II—and the Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) where the unknown soldier is buried and serves as a symbol for all soldiers killed in wars and whose identity is unknown.

Piazza Navona - 1 kilometres

Luxurious palaces, open-air cafés and restaurants, fine-looking fountains—among which is the Quattro Fiumi (Four Rivers) by Bernini—make Piazza Navona one of the most-visited posts in Rome.

On the piazza, the Chiesa di Sant'Agnese in Agone (The Church of Saint Agnes in Agone) can be seen, and its facade, created by Borromini, is one of the most elegant examples of Baroque art in the city.

Basilica di San Pietro (St. Peter' Basilica) - 1 kilometres

Twenty-two thousand square metres in area, 45 altars, 11 chapels—this is the largest religious complex in the world. There does not exist a church more abundant and loved than St. Peter's Basilica. Here one will discover incomparable masterpieces of beauty including the La Pietà of Michelangelo and the study of Bernini.

Castel Sant'Angelo - 1 kilometres

The ancient Mausoleo di Adriano (The Ancient Mausoleum of Adriano) and the Castel (Castle) of Sant’Angelo have changed their visual aspects more than once.

At one time they served as staging areas for war, and even as papal residences and prisons. Famous personages such as Benvenuto Cellini, Giordano Bruno and Cagliostro were held in these fortifications against their wills.

Shopping thoroughfairs

Shopping in Rome is a temptation no one is able to not give in to! From the Hotel Siena, Rome you will find, at relatively short distances, some of the most exquisite shopping centres known throughout Italy and the world.

Via Frattina, Via Borgognona, and Via del Corso are just three. In Via Condotti you can find all the famous world-renown brands and labels including Catier, Hermes, Bulgari, Ferragamo and Louis Vuitton. Via Margutta is a prestigious destination for those seeking exclusive artistic purchases.