Best Hotels Rome March 2019, food & leisure experiences

Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts

The Melting Pot Carnival

On Sunday, 3th March, according to Rome Cavalieri costum, the appointment is with the famous Sunday Brunch, who will wear his colorful Carnival costume, proposing a gourmet journey with a typically Italian taste. The Executive Chef Fabio Boschero with the Uliveto team, will propose a gastronomic itinerary, which will enhance the celebrations that precede Lent, celebrating it with a brunch dedicated to the Italian carnival tradition, with a particular reference to the customs of each city. The live stations will offer “Bigoli in salsa busera di crostacei”, “Fegato alla veneziana e crostoni”, inspired by the Venetian culinary culture, but also a very careful selection of artisan cheeses, sausage from Lazio, dishes that take their names from the famous masks of the Italian Carnival – Insalata cobe “alla Pantalone” or Insalata Russa“ Arlecchino” – a selection of “pinse”, the famous “detox corner” for the most “virtuous” or, again, the selection of raw fish and  the day’s catch. It is worth mentioning the sweetest corner of the buffet, by the Executive Pastry Chef Dario Nuti, which will amaze guests with a selection of typical Italian carnival sweets, such as Frappe, Castagnole, Zeppole di San Giuseppe and Migliaccio, with some references to that of Tuscany (the Pastry Chef does not betray its origins) like Schiacciata and Frittelle di Riso.


On Tuesday, 5th March, for a crackling “grand final”, here is an original Mardi Gras. Rome Cavalieri has been inspired by the colors of Brazilian carnival, to organize a theme mixology session. Boschero chef, who has many years of his profession in Brazil, will hold a fun masterclass to explain and present the different types of Caipirinha, according to Carioca tradition. A unique opportunity to discover the secrets of the perfect cocktail, with the musical accompaniment of a live Dj set in perfect “Brazilian Style”. Corollary of the cocktail will be the most famous “petiscos” of Brazil: Pastel De Carne E Queijo – the famous fried batter served with meat and cheese – Pao De Queijo Com Lagosta – typical Brazilian dish made with cassava starch, eggs, salt, milk, vegetable oil and cow’s cheeses – Bolinho De Bacalhau, Espeto De Picanha, to conclude with the typical sweet, the Brigadeiro Doce, prepared with condensed milk, chocolate and butter, which can’t be missed in a traditional carioca meal, and the Quindim, based on eggs and coconut. To create an even more amusing atmosphere, could the colors, that parade through Rio de Janeiro with the famous allegorical floats, be missing? Oreste Fiori will take care of it, re-creating the festive and hilarious mood of the city of the carnival, thanks to the decorations that will fill the Tiepolo Lounge with festoons and theme masks.


Sunday Brunch

L’Uliveto Restaurant stages Sunday brunch between venetian masters and the royal blue pool. Fourteen corners, from antipasto to desserts, with fresh local produces and “live stations” for hot italian traditional dishes. Brunch is also enriched with asian and japanese, as sushi and noodles woked. There’s a corner dedicated to children with games and entertainment, accompanied by a food thought, prepared and served in the way that young people like to make Sunday Brunch a special event for the whole family. (85€ p.p. drinks not included , 35€ children that have their own event corner with supervisors).


When In Rome

Exclusive visits to private Roman palaces, vintage Vespa tours through the picturesque streets of Trastevere and tours of Rome’s off-the-beaten path eateries and our NEW regional experiences! Here all the experiencies

Family & Pet Friendly

A luxurious retreat for the whole family. Discover how to entertain the kids and pamper your pooch while you treat yourself to some Spa time or a jaunt downtown for some shopping on Via Condotti. Click Here.

Super Cars

The most beautiful models in the world are now available at the Rome Cavalieri for those hankering after the fast lane. Name your dream design and the car will roll up the drive, ready for you to take it on a spin around town and country.


The scenery is stupendous, golfers can combine sightseeing with views of St Peter’s Basilica from the fairways. This is Rome golf at its finest.

Rome Cavalieri Art Collection

The Rome Cavalieri is home to one of the greatest private art collections in the world with over a thousand treasures ranging from 16th Century masters to contemporary art; from Nureyev’s ballet costumes to Gallé glass.

Via Alberto Cadlolo, 101. Tel +390635091



Hotel Eden

Perfectly paired

Bringing together Fabio Ciervo’s innovative italian cuisine with barman’s creative cocktails, Hotel Eden invite you to discover a new kind of dining experience. Over five courses you’ll enjoy signature dishes such as crispy red mullet with seaweed tartare, each paired with mini handcrafted cocktails to beautifully complement the flavours and ingredients. Here Five-course tasting menu with mini cocktail pairings. From Wednesday, February 20 to Monday, March 18.

Salad Bar

From February 11th (available Monday through Saturday, 12.30 – 3pm) enjoy the “Salad Bar”, a salad buffet every day for lunch. A selection of executive chef Fabio Ciervo’s healthy and tasty salads filled with seasonal flavours will be complemented by two special hot dishes which change daily. You’ll also be able to indulge in a selection of fresh fruit and assorted pastries. The ideal situation for a light lunch or a business meeting. As background the music of a talented dj.

Dj Nights

Every Wednesday and Friday, 7 – 11pm. As the sun sets, the whole of Rome sparkles into life. Admire the breathtaking view over an aperitivo at Il Giardino Bar, with cocktails by Barmen of Hotel Eden.


Via Ludovisi 49. Tel +3906478121





The St. Regis Rome

The St. Regis Rome inaugurates the new year completely renovated. The restyling, curated by the interior design studio Pierre-Yves Rochon Inc., pays homage to 125 years of history celebrating the evocative light of Rome and reinterpreting in a contemporary key the timeless elegance of the hotel. All the public areas, such as the Lobby, the Lounge Bar and the Library and all the hotel’s 23 luxurious rooms and suites have been completely renovated. Each stay is made unique by the discreet, continuous and dedicated attention provided by the St. Regis Butler Service.

Lounge Bar Lumen, Cocktails & Cuisine

It’s the place of choice for lunch, dinner, a snack and original evening cocktails. An elegant counter in shades of gold and black is framed by a backlit blue glass bottles display, with an important collection of wines & spirits from all over the world. The Lounge Bar is directly connected to the innermost sapphire blue Library, which covers an accurate collection of books. Ideal for conversing in culture and art during the “Afternoon Tea Ritual”, a glass of wine or the “Sabering Ritual”, the Library embodies the essence of the modern glamor of the St. Regis brand, with its empire-style crystal chandeliers, the Venetian mirror decorated and the black marble fireplace.

Widespread Art Gallery

The St. Regis Rome has signed a collaboration with the international art gallery “Galleria Continua” to introduce its guests to masterpieces of the best exponents of the contemporary art scene. The hotel will host a series of exhibitions every six months. The calendar has been inaugurated by Loris Cecchini, protagonist with the installation of four works located in the common areas of the hotel, so that they can be enjoyed and appreciated by all hotel guests. On show until March 3rd.

Discovering Rome with “IF Art Unique Experiences”

Discovering secret and ancient Rome with two exclusive itineraries in collaboration with “IF Art Unique Experiences”. The first is “The Evolution of a District”, an amazing journey through time to discover the extraordinary events that have transformed the area where the Baths of Diocletian, the largest spa complex in the world, were located. The second path, “Exploring Rome under a New Light”, shows the historical center of Rome from a new point of view, through four extraordinary places usually inaccessible, linked to each other by the theme of light: the Renaissance chapel inside the Church of the Santi XII Apostoli, the private bathroom of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, the Casanatense Library and the church of San Luigi dei Francesi, where you’ll can admire the famous Contarelli triptych by Caravaggio in total tranquility.

Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 3. Tel +390647091




Hotel Vilòn

This Small Luxury (only 18 rooms) is the newest in the centre of Rome. It occupies the annex of the mid-16th century Palazzo Borghese that once housed the School for Maidens. Paolo Bonfini, a roman scenographer, and Giampiero Panepinto, a milanese architect, brought eclectic and contemporary design into this centuries-old space. Many rooms overlook the Borghese Gardens, which is dotted with the classical statuary, a little jewel closed to strangers to the palace. The bar-lounge is colorful and confortable, among pieces of modern art and contemporary works. The adjacent atrium terrace is open for both drinks and meals and a rooftop bar is also planned. This modern hotel prides itself on personalised service, grounded in old-fashioned Italian hospitality. The concierge can even arrange tailor-made sightseeing trips and exclusive transport around Rome.

Adelaide Restaurant

Gabriele Muro, the Executive Chef of Adelaide, Hotel Vilòn’s intimate restaurant, has designed a menu that celebrates some of Rome’s favorite dishes, such as pasta carbonara and amatriciana. You can enjoy also mediterranean seafood-based cuisine. Adelaide is open to both hotel guests and the public.




The First Luxury Art Hotel

AcquaRoof Molinari Terrace and “Sea Lounge” experience

Restyling for the AcquaRoof terrace which, thanks to the new roof, can be experienced even in the coldest months and at all hours, from morning to breakfast until late night for an after dinner. New proposal contains several souls: kitchen, cafè and cocktail bar. Three aspects mixed together to offer guests a transversal taste experience, in a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere that can be summed up in the “Sea Lounge” description.
AcquaRoof Terrazza Molinari reconfirms a simple and essential kitchen, mainly by the sea. Spontaneous and refined, cuisine it is shaped by the character of the Chef Angelo Troiani (1 Michelin Star), assisted by Chef Claudia Ceppaluni; that stands out for its original format: le Gocce, small distilled taste to taste à la carte or within specific tasting routes; small gastronomic delights that arise from the encounter between Italian cuisine, the Roman culinary tradition and that of the Mediterranean.
Peculiarity of the Terrace is the essential relationship between kitchen and bar, with new proposals that combine food and drink, using the typical ingredients of cocktails in the preparation of dishes and the other way around. AcquaRoof Molinari Terrace is opened also for breakfast and for lunch (from 07,30 to 11,00 AM and from 12,00 to 03,30 PM)

Via del Vantaggio 14. Tel +390645617070





VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel

“Il Ferro e il Fuoco” Restaurant

The hotel’s new restaurant “Il Ferro e il Fuoco” is inspired by Renaissance atmospheres. The idea that led the project was to give life to a place that would transmit the history of the convent, while using modern furniture; warm colors have been chosen, such as gold and smoky gray, which fill the spaces without weighing them down.
The result is an intimate and cared space in every detail: even the mise en place is carefully studied to remember a historical table, with modern elements designed by Mario Luca Giusti, well-known artist who works with synthetic crystal.
Chef Emidio Gennaro Ferro (hence the name of the restaurant) offers a menu also inspired by the era of the Renaissance. The gastronomic journey has been imagined and realized together with a historian who, with his advice, has allowed to elaborate refined dishes and modern combinations, even with typical dishes of the time.

Via Garibaldi  27. Tel +3906588861



The Rooms of Rome Palazzo Rhinoceros
Caviar Kaspia

The popular Parisian-russian brand chooses Rome for its debut in Italy and opens on the fifth and sixth floors of Palazzo Rhinoceros, in a unique space created by the architect Jean Nouvel. With an exceptional 360 ° view on the Imperial Rome, with three panoramic terraces and a versatile food and wine proposal, the restaurant is a candidate to become a point of reference in the city, from breakfast to dinner. Breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and cocktails await you with in a menu that ranges from caviar to international dishes, always with a careful look at the Italian gastronomic tradition. Caviar Kaspia Rome is connected both to the exhibition spaces of the Fondazione Alda Fendi-Esperimenti and to “The Rooms of Rome Palazzo Rhinoceros”: 24 apartments where architecture and culture live beyond traditional boundaries and hospitality is combined with art. Clic Here for Christmas and New Year’s Eve menus.

Via del Velabro 9. Tel +39066798902





Palazo Scanderbeg

Il Vicolo

New space dedicated to culinary proposals next to the Trevi Fountain. Il Vicolo is a place of experimentation: the gastronomic tour designed by a chef and the culinary journey among the beauties of Rome are just some of the experiences proposed.
The protagonists at the Vicolo are the producers, who alternate in a path of presentations, seasonal food and wine tastings and ad hoc dinners.

Piazza Scanderbeg 117. Tel +390689529001



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