Churches, squares, palaces, streets, alleys, the smell of coffee, good food, elegant boutiques, a constant voice in the background, joy and good humor, a unique mix, all Italian. Stay in our Boutique Hotel to experience these unforgettable emotions.
A boutique hotel made in italy
In our very elegant Boutique Hotel, the Triviho Luxury Hotel, you will be welcomed by unique rooms, embellished with furnishings chosen with care and sincere love for art. In the Suite Glass, our most exclusive rooms, you will find a double bed surmounted by a maxi headboard, a bathroom area decorated with polychrome marble and a unique freestanding bathtub, to give you moments of pure relaxation. The room is dominated by a large window, which with its natural light gives the environment a warm and welcoming atmosphere. There is also a living area with armchairs and a coffee table. Our staff will try to fulfill your every request, you can have breakfast served in your room. In the lobby, our refined lounge, you can enjoy an abundant buffet or simply sip a coffee or an aperitif before going out to discover Rome.
Overlooking the terrace of the Pincio: an all-italian show
The Pincio hill, formerly known as Colle degli Orti (Hill of Gardens), has its roots in the ancient Rome of the Republican age, when noble families used to build their own gardens on it. The name Pincio, in fact, derives from the name of one of these families, the Pincii. During the French occupation, Napoleon wanted to donate a public park to the city and churches to Giuseppe Valadier, a well-known and important architect and landscape architect of the time, to rearrange the area, transforming it into the Pincio Park, as we see it today. The promenade of the Pincio is a must, for those who want to visit Rome, between its avenues you can enjoy the green pines, oaks, cedars and palms but not only nature, also art. Among the most famous works there are 228 busts of famous Italian people, the Casina di Giuseppe Valadier, better known as the coffee of the Pincio, the water clock, a bizarre hydrochronometer that measures time with the passage of water by Father Embriaco and many others. Once you arrive in Piazzale Napoleone I, a terrace from which you can enjoy an exceptional view, at a glance you can admire the Rome of the Renaissance and the Vatican, from St. Peter to Gianocolo, from the palaces of Eur to Monte Mario, at sunset, at night, at dawn, always and however an urban landscape of unparalleled beauty.