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Lord Byron

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • luxury bathrobes and slippers
  • friendly and helpful staff
  • free shuttle to some of the major tourist attractions

    Cons

  • too far to walk to sights
  • not many caffè and shops in the area
  • cabs between the hotel and centro are expensive

Lord Byron Review

In the '90s this was a favorite among money movers and shakers, top businesspeople, and yacht-brokers, and today, the Art Deco retreat upholds its chicness—it was Rome's first boutique hotel and still retains much of that jewel-like charm inside, where the design is marble meets modern—while serving up a presidential clientele: surrounded by the twittering of birds in the posh and pricey Parioli district, the Lord Byron feels like a small country hotel, or better, a small country manor where you are the lord. The downstairs bar—a magnificent piece of cabinetry—is a conversation piece. Upstairs, modern and antique styles combine to create highly polished opulence in the guest rooms.

    Hotel Details

  • 23 rooms, 9 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-19-2014

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