- This five-star Art Deco hotel is so impeccably styled that one half expects to come across Greta Garbo sipping on a gin rickey next to the fireplace. Hotel Lord Byron’s 1920s elegance blends perfectly with the surrounding Parioli neighbourhood – one of Rome’s most exclusive and home to the Villa Borghese gardens.
- In the elegant Parioli residential district , Hotel Lord Byron is located on the edge of the splendid Villa Borghese , in an exclusive position, just a few minutes walk from the central Piazza Del Popolo.
- Decorated in an intriguing Art-Deco style that echoes the splendours of the 30s, the Lord Byron offers excellent quality hospitality, combined with excellent cuisine and impeccable service, to give guests that warmth and intimacy that located in a private house.
- The Hotel Lord Byron proudly reveals to its guests the extraordinary interiors of each of the 28 rooms and suites.
- Mirror walls, dark octagonal tables and precious marbles are only a small part of the bewitching Art Deco style that characterizes the fine dining Sapori del Lord Byron Restaurant, curated by chef Jean-Luc Fruneau.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
A Short walk from the beautiful Villa Borghese, Hotel Lord Byron is a hidden gem beautifully decorated in 1930s style. Expect a friendly welcome and superb service from the staff, a gourmet restaurant serving contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, a club-like lounge and wine bar, just minutes from Via Veneto. Hotel Lord Byron has a somewhat romantic air yet it is undeniably urbane. Wander through the public rooms and take a closer look at the fascinating art collection by renowned Art Deco painters such as Maurice Paul Joron and Nicholas Granger Taylor. The rooms and suites also reflect the 30s’ ambiance with mahogany and rosewood furniture, exuberant fabrics and vintage marble baths.
Take a taxi back to the Hotel Lord Byron and enjoy a light supper before going to the Teatro dell’Opera to see an opera, dance or ballet performance. Decorated in an intriguing Art-Deco style that echoes the splendours of the 30s, the Lord Byron offers excellent quality hospitality, combined with excellent cuisine and impeccable service, to give guests that warmth and intimacy that located in a private house. The Lord Byron evokes the ancient heart of the city of Rome, providing at the same time all the most modern comforts, to give its guests an unforgettable experience.
The 31 guest rooms move the style forward a few decades, embracing a more 1940s and 1950s ‘Golden Age of Hollywood’ glamour. Glossy rosewood and mahogany, plush velvet, smoked mirrors, and deep jewel tones create a sumptuous backdrop for prints of Marilyn, Audrey and Jackie; spacious Carrara-marble bathrooms with soft robes and designer bath products are diva-decadent. All rooms offer the standard amenities of a luxury hotel, including stocked minibars, Nespresso machines and top-shelf linens, but for a bit of outdoor luxe, opt for a garden-level Prestige Patio room or the top-floor Panoramic Suite with a terrace overlooking Rome.
The Classic double rooms have an area of approximately 25 m2. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of 1900, they have a queen-size bed or two single beds and are enriched with marble bathrooms with a precious courtesy line.
Superior double rooms have an area of approximately 28 m2. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of 1900, they have a queen-size bed or two single beds and are enriched with marble bathrooms with a precious courtesy line.
The Deluxe double rooms have an area of approximately 30 m2. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of 1900, they have a king or queen bed or two twin beds and are enriched with marble bathrooms with a precious courtesy line.
The Prestige Patio double rooms , on the ground floor of the hotel, have an internal area of approximately 30 m2 which opens onto an outdoor patio of 12 m2. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of the 1900s, they have a king-size bed or two twin beds and are enriched by marble bathrooms with a precious courtesy line.
The Junior Suites have an internal surface area of approximately 40 m2 plus a small balcony. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of 1900, they have a king or queen bed or two twin beds and are enriched by large marble bathrooms with a precious courtesy line.
The Lord Byron Hotel Suites have an area of about 42 m2 with a view of the Villa Borghese park or the elegant Parioli district. Finely furnished in Art-Deco style at the beginning of the 1900s, they have a comfortable queen-size bed, living room, walk-in closet and are enriched by a large marble bathroom with a precious courtesy line.
Panoramic Roof Suite
The Rooftop Terrace Suite is located on the top floor of the hotel and has an internal surface area of approximately 42 m2 which overlooks a 55 m2 panoramic terrace overlooking Villa Borghese and the elegant Parioli district. Finely furnished in a contemporary style, it has a queen-size bed and is enriched by a marble bathroom with a precious courtesy line.
Though the Parioli neighbourhood is known for its restaurant scene, there is no need to go further than Lord Byron’s ground-floor Sapori restaurant to sample fine Roman-inspired cuisine like updated takes on fried artichokes alla giudia and spaghetti alla carbonara (from 6.30pm nightly). When there are just a few tables booked, dinner is served in the intimate bar lounge; on busier nights, guests are seated in the elegant adjacent dining room, decorated with the family silver and art collection. The buffet breakfast is also served here, with a generous selection of continental staples, fresh pastries and juice, and eggs and coffee drinks made to order.
Il Salotto Lounge Bar
The Salotto Lounge Bar provides the perfect counterpoint to the bustling face of Rome. Magnificent North European paintings from the Art Deco era line the walls of this sumptuous clubroom as piano music sooth the soul. Classic elegance is reflected through natural light in glittering mirrors as you sip on a cocktail or a glass of Italian spumante and enjoy homemade bread sandwiches- canapes and finger food.
Sitting at the famous Sapori del Lord Byron Restaurant is much more than eating a simple meal, it is a truly unforgettable culinary experience. A perfect union between the typical family atmosphere of Roman environments and at the same time the refinement of the most exclusive restaurants, the Sapori del Lord Byron is a unique and special place that with its evocative Art Deco design catapults guests into a bygone era. The renowned chef knows how to create a creative menu that strongly echoes all the typical flavors and aromas of our peninsula, from the land to the sea passing through the full-bodied typical Italian wines. The heady fragrance of hand-made bread and pasta welcomes guests for dinner from Monday to Saturday. An excellent service, the best of fresh products and an expert sommelier ready to recommend the most suitable wine for every occasion, will make every meal a unique experience.
The hotel has a fiercely loyal clientele, not least because of the hotel’s discreet yet attentive staff. There is a 24-hour reception and porter, a nightly turndown, and room service, in addition to a knowledgeable concierge and bicycles available for guests. The bar is open from 10am to midnight, so guests can relax over drinks in the garden-level bar lounge or outdoor patio, or the main lounge on the first floor.