Hotel de Russie
About Hotel de Russie
The Hotel de Russie is a luxury five-star hotel located in the heart of the beautiful city of Rome between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo on the Via del Babuino. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Rome’s key attractions, fashion houses and Via Condotti. The Vatican City, with St Peter’s and the Sistine Chapel, is just a ten-minute walk from the Hotel de Russie while Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain are also within easy access.
The most unique luxury hotel in Rome, Hotel de Russie provides a stunning feature – extensive, terraced gardens, the “Secret Garden”, so called because hidden behind the building which overlooks Via del Babuino which provide a tranquil oasis amidst the bustle of central Rome where you can dine alfresco at “Le Jardin de Russie” Restaurant or enjoy a peaceful stroll.
Soft lights have been put to complete the beauty of the garden, which will host during the spring and summer the open “Stravinskij Bar.
The hotel also has one of Rome’s best health clubs and spa with a hydropool, jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish steam bath, beauty treatments and gym.
Whether visiting Rome on business or pleasure, Hotel de Russie’s picturesque gardens and spa facilities combined with impeccable service will provide you with a complete escape and allow you to experience the very best of Rome.
Le Jardin de Russie
‘Le Jardin de Russie’ Restaurant has an illustrious chef, the ‘two Michelin stars’ Fulvio Pierangelini.
Chef Fulvio Pierangelini needs no introduction, he embodies the true gourmet cultural revolution at ‘Le Jardin de Russie’ Restaurant. Cultured, sophisticated, although he has experienced various culinary fashions, is the ‘soloist of great Italian cooking’, as he was described in a recent interview for the Gambero Rosso.
The Stravinsky Bar
The Stravinsky Bar is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive meeting places in Rome, in part thanks to the unique atmosphere created by the wonderful private garden of the hotel. The Bar has a sober elegant atmosphere with purple velvet armchairs inside whilst outside on the adjoining Piazzetta Valadier there are wrought iron tables and chairs.