It’s still too early to relate feedback from clients but this new addition to Rome’s hotel offerings looks great from the outside and, along with the new Mercato Centrale, is spurring a revitalization of the normally run down Termini neighborhood.
This is the real reason for this post: a thank you to a private business for its civic role. Finally the remaining ruins of the 5th c. BCE Servian Walls are on display in a civilize manner, with nice landscaping which makes them visible but protected from damage.
The rooftop terrace is a great place to take in the views of the walls, the Baths of Diocletian (the Thermal baths from which Termini gets its name) and the elegant canopy of station itself which mimics the silhouette of the walls. With 177 freshly finished and tastefully furnished rooms (hardwood floors, high-end technology, etc.) this is a good place for a business trip or event. http://www.nh-collection.com/hotel/nh-collection-roma-palazzo-cinquecento