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This former palazzo is located near the Piazza di Spagna, home of Rome’s famous Spanish Steps.
Originally a guesthouse of the illustrious Torlonia family, the palazzo became a hotel in 1845 and has since earned a reputation as one of the best in the city. Each room has been individually decorated with period furniture, baroque mirrors, antique treasures and silk fabrics which reflect the hotel's history and each has a large marble bathroom. Many of the rooms on the fifth floor also have a terrace. The hotel's restaurant, Café Romano, is around the corner on the fashionable Via Borgogna and serves contemporary global cuisine in a stylish setting. Choose an outdoor table and watch the Roman fashionistas go by, or dine beneath the vaulted ceilings in the chic interior. D'Inghilterra is within easy walking distance of many of the city's main sites and the boutique shops around Via Condotti, Via Borgogna and Via Frattina.
Visiting friends and compatriots of the poet John Keats, who lived in Piazza di Spagna, stayed at the palazzo and when it became a hotel in 1845 it took the name Hotel d'Angleterre.
Tom, Original Traveller