The most unusual hotels in the world
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The most unusual hotels in the world
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Hotel Bernini Bristol

Luxury historic hotel built in 1870 in the area of the Horti Sallustiani, known for its magnificent gardens. The Windows offer a view of the famous fountain of Triton, created in the XVII century by the sculptor Bernini by order of Pope urban VIII. The hotel quickly became popular among the European and world elite. His guests were the Emperor of Brazil Dom Pedro II, Princess of Wales Alexandra, Queen of England, Aristotle Onassis, Peter Ustinov, Rudolf Nureyev and many others. In the ‘ 50s in a nightclub Bernini Bristol were many young musicians that later became the symbols of the generation of the “Dolce Vita”. Recently, the hotel underwent massive reconstruction. Today, he also carefully keeps the best traditions of an aristocratic hotel, making it popular among today’s business and political elite.

Location: in the centre of Rome, at the beginning of via Veneto, opposite the fountain Trevi, and only 32 kilometers from the international airport Leonardo da Vinci.

In the hotel: 127 rooms, restaurant, Wellness centre (sauna, Hammam, Jacuzzi, massage), gym, 6 conference rooms (100 people), garage.

The restaurant L’olimpo in Mediterranean cuisine. There is an open terrace. View of the city. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

In room: air conditioning,satellite TV, Wi-Fi Internet access, telephone, Voicemail, mini-bar, safe, Hairdryer, bathrobes.

Classic room (25 sq. m.): bedroom with double or twin beds, bathroom. View of the city.

Superior room (27 sq. m.): bedroom with double or twin beds, bathroom. View of the area of the Piazzo Barberini.

Deluxe room (30 sq. m.): balcony (in some rooms), bedroom with double or twin beds, bathroom with Jacuzzi (in some rooms). A view of the Piazzo Barberini square and the Trevi fountain.

Junior suite (40 sq. m.): bedroom with living area (double bed or two single beds), bathroom with bath and shower. Optional: docking station for iPod. View of the city.

Suite (50 sqm): living room, bedroom, bathroom with Jacuzzi (in some rooms). A view of the Piazzo Barberini square and the Trevi fountain. Extras: DVD-player, an iPod dock, Fax.

Deluxe suite (50 sq. m.): terrace (30 sq m), living room, bedroom with double bed, bathroom. Extras: DVD player, docking station for iPod. Located on the 6th floor. View of the city. Can be combined with the Presidential suite.

Presidential suite (60 sq. m.): terrace (70 sq m) with Jacuzzi outdoor, living room, bedroom with king-size bed, gym, bathroom, Hammam. Extras: DVD-player, an iPod dock, Fax. Located on the 6th floor. View of the city. Possible Association with number of category Deluxe suite.

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Hotel Bernini Bristol
Luxury historic hotel built in 1870 in the area of the Horti Sallustiani, known for its magnificent gardens. The Windows offer a view of the famous fountain of Triton, created…

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The most unusual hotels in the world
Planning a trip to any country, the first item in the list is the issue of housing. But not all travellers will love the standard hotel, typical room service and…

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