Hotel Lord Byron


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Services & Prices

On arrival
An imposing white villa built in the 1920s, the Lord Byron has recently received a complete makeover in the art deco style.

Entrance to the hotel, reception and adjoining public rooms is on the second floor while the bar, wine-tasting cellar and gourmet restaurant are on the lower floors.

A slight lack of natural light is compensated for by carefully placed diffuse lighting. Walls are sparkling white and the shiny marble emits a light of its own. The art works that adorn the walls depict women who seem to burst forth from the canvas with gay abandon.

The hotel inspires a calm and relaxed approach with its small lounges furnished with wonderful geometric art deco furniture, plain varnished wood finishes, bookcases and works of art infusing the room with an atmosphere of harmony, quiet contemplation and subtle originality. 

The rooms
Bedrooms and Suites are on the upper floors. Some have two windows or a large balcony. The penthouse suite on the top floor is on two levels with a huge terrace and view over southern Rome, the Borghese Gardens and, in the distance, mountains.

The décor of the rooms is plain but welcoming: thick, dark red carpets, coffee fabric-clad walls and dark wood art deco furniture. The fairly rigid lines of the period decor and the absence of pattern provide a feeling of calm quietness. The ensuites are magnificent with black and white marble. There are large dressing rooms and all the amenities you would expect from a hotel of this category. 

Staff are considerate and quiet and service is available all day long. Rooms are remade several times and, in the evening when the maids turn down the covers, they leave sweets and slippers to step into when you get out of bed.

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Comfort Rating
Room size 9 Rating : 9
Room amenities 9 Rating : 9
Breakfast 9 Rating : 9
Property amenities 9 Rating : 9
Global Rating 9.5 Global Rating : 9.5

Contacts & booking

Hotel Lord Byron

Via Giuseppe De Notaris, 5