If you are planning to spend a romantic weekend discovering the Vatican Museums, choose Triviho
One of the most visited museums all over the world, with more than 6 million annual visitors coming from every single country. You should visit the museum too!
Discover with your lover one of the most famous museums all over the world
Visiting the Vatican Museum is a unique experience that you will never forget. You will have the chance to admire the biggest art collections in the world. The origins of this museum date back to 1503 when Pope Giulio II donated his art collection to the Vatican. Here you will have the chance to observe the most important masterpieces of classical art as well as those produced during the Italian Renaissance.
You will admire the spaces painted by Raffaello, the Sistine Chapel frescoed by artists as important as Botticelli, Perugino, and Michelangelo. The Gallery of Maps, the Ethnological Museum, The Pio Clementino Museum, the Collection of Contemporary Art, and much more. Visiting the Vatican Museum is an incredible experience, where you will witness both art and faith.
Choose a Glass Suite, choose luxury and relax
For those who are searching for luxury and comfort, booking a Suite Glass at Triviho is the best option. Choose an Art & Design Hotel located at the center of Rome. Our large Suite with a wide glass window comes with a relaxing corner with chairs and a coffee table, a wide walk-in shower and a double basin, just to guarantee our guests the highest level of comfort.
You can enjoy breakfast in our elegant lobby, or, during the day, you can relax at our Lounge bar with the honesty bar option. If you have any special requests please feel free to ask our team. We are always ready to help you have an incredible experience.
Useful information to visit the Vatican Museums
The Vatican Museums offer you different options to visit some of the most important masterpieces in the world. One of the options is the after-hours visit, the Good Morning Vatican Museums, which we can book for you. This is an incredibly unique experience. You will enter the museum at 6 am to take part in the morning routine before the opening of the museum, which ends with the opening of the Sistine Chapel.
Without any visitors around, you will enjoy walking around the museum with a guide. No noises will be there to distract you, you can slowly and peacefully admire every single masterpiece. The visit will end at Cortile della Pigna Bistrot where you will enjoy your breakfast.