A Design Hotel not far from Castel Sant’Angelo

The perfect blend of style and comfort in refined and intimate surroundings that will give you a few relaxing days not far from Rome’s symbolic locations.

Deluxe Rooms - Triviho
Deluxe Rooms – Triviho

A superb Deluxe Room for your stay

We are pleased to welcome you to our design hotel and offer you a stay in elegant but sober surroundings, appointed with the uniqueness of the Made in Italy style, which means love for beauty and attention to detail. The Deluxe Rooms are furnished with a double bed with a maxi headboard, a lounge area with armchairs and coffee table, and a private bathroom with a shower cabin embellished with multicoloured marble. A cot can be added on request.

The windows are soundproofed to offer rest without the city noise. Breakfast is served in the lobby, our elegant living room, where you can choose from a wide selection of sweet or savoury delicacies, enjoy an excellent coffee, cappuccino or fresh smoothies and juices. If you have special dietary needs, such as intolerances or allergies, please let us know and we will prepare a breakfast to suit you. On request breakfast is served in the room.

Discover Castel Sant’Angelo

A very special place created by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 135 A.D. to erect it as a family Mausoleum. In fact, his ashes were laid to rest here a year after his death, as those of his family members and of many other emperors who came after him. In later centuries it was transformed first into a military fortress, then into a papal residence, then into a prison and finally into a museum.

The site has a huge historical, artistic and cultural value. You can visit its five floors, discover the secret passageway connecting Castel Sant’Angelo and the Vatican, or step onto the castle terrace for a breathtaking view of the city. Stop to admire the magnificent Sant’Angelo Bridge, also built by the Emperor Hadrian to connect the city to his mausoleum, which over the centuries was used to cross the Tiber and directly reach St. Peter’s Square.

It is a single bridge, consisting of five arches with 18-metre spans, embellished with 10 statues designed by Bernini on commission by Pope Clement VII. Statues representing angels holding objects related to the death of Jesus. A truly evocative place.

Tips for getting to Castel Sant’Angelo

From Triviho it’s a simple 30-minute walk to the other side of the Tiber to visit Castel Sant’Angelo, but that’s not all!

By choosing the right path, you can stop and admire other incredible sights, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Ask the receptionists, we will advise you how to be enchanted by Rome’s beauty.