Hotel Tiziano

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An elegant simplicity that’s typical of Rome

Former residence of the Marquis of Lavaggi, the Hotel Tiziano was built in 1888 to the design of the architect Gaetano Koch. Famous in Rome for his neo-classical inspiration and his creations such as the Palazzo Margherita, now the American consulate, and the porticos of the Piazza della Repubblica, he gave the building a simple elegance, with clean, well-balanced lines.

The renovation work carried out in 2000 by the architect Cinzia Abbate rediscovered the spirit of the building, bringing out original features. Well maintained since then, the hotel pulls off an amazing balance between tradition and modernity, grandeur and modesty, friendliness and formality, all in a slightly retro atmosphere.

Remembering its original vocation, the hotel has some rooms that are full of nobility, with impressive ceilings decorated with gilded plasterwork. The other rooms are more eclectic, but they always have a simple warmth.

Perfectly positioned on an avenue in the heart of the city, the Tiziano offers a very courteous welcome thanks to its devoted staff, most of whom have been with the hotel for many years.

The clientele

The Hotel Tiziano welcomes both Italian and international clients. The locals appreciate its typically Italian stylishness and its position. The international clientele also favours it for its position and for its convenient bedrooms, especially for three or four people. It will please everyone who appreciates a charm that is slightly old-fashioned but always warm.

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Comfort Rating
Room size 7 Rating : 7
Room amenities 6 Rating : 6
Breakfast 6 Rating : 6
Property amenities 7 Rating : 7
Global Rating 6.5 Global Rating : 6.5

Contacts & booking

Hotel Tiziano

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 110
00186