The Ambasciatori Palace Hotel is on the iconic Via Veneto, which has seen many celebrities from 1950s and ‘60s cinema taking a walk, or sipping a coffee.
The hotel is close to the US Embassy, the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, and the Ministry of Work, as well as some of Rome’s major sights.
- 0 m
- US Embassy
- 50 m
- Veneto-Emilia bus stop
- 400 m
- Metro Barberini (linea A)
- 500 m
- Villa Borghese
- 500 m
- Galleria Borghese museum
- 800 m
- Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps)
- 1 km
- Fontana di Trevi
- 1,2 km
- Scuderie del Quirinale museum
- 1,5 km
- 1,3 km
- Piazza del Popolo
- 2 km
- Imperial Fora
- 3 km
- La Sapienza University
- 16 km
- Ciampino Airport
- 32 km
- Fiumicino Airport
Nearby places of interest
Art and culture
The hotel is close to the Galleria Borghese art gallery, which displays ancient works and the masterpieces of artists like Titian, Caravaggio and Bernini.
Just over a kilometre from the Scuderie del Quirinale, which hosts major exhibitions that are worth keeping an eye on.
There are a wide variety of shops near the hotel. A mere 10 minute walk takes you to the Tridente area: Via Condotti, Via Borgognona, Via Frattina. These streets famous for their luxury shops.
The shops on the Via del Corso (just 14 minutes’ walk from the hotel) offer cheaper goods that can meet the most varied of requirements.
Lavoro e affari
The Ambasciatori Palace area includes a number of points of interest for work, including La Sapienza University of Rome, as well as the US, Japanese and French embassies.
The Palazzo del Quirinale is only a short walk from the hotel, along with the Ministry of Economic Development and the Ministry of Work.
A stroll by the famous cafés of Via Veneto, imbued with the spirits of Fellini, Pasolini or Mastroianni, begins our journey, which will relive the Roman evenings of the past decades.
A five minutes walk takes us to one of the most famous theatres in Italy: the Teatro Sistina, a temple to Italian musical comedy.
Tucked away behind the beautiful Piazza Navona we find a myriad international bars and pubs, thick with seductive atmosphere. Then there is Piazza di Spagna, at the feet of the famous Spanish Steps, where many places are open until the early hours of the morning.
How to reach us
From Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Airport, take the Leonardo Express train directly to Rome’s Termini station
From Ciampino Airport, take the Terravision coach to the centre of the city and get off at Via Marsala (Termini railway station).
From the station, take Rome’s Metro Line A to Barberini, or take the 175 bus to the Via Veneto stop.
From Rome’s Termini station, take Rome’s Metro Line A and get off at Barberini, or take the 175 bus to the Via Veneto stop.
The hotel is 11 km from the GRA - Grande Raccordo Anulare orbital motorway’s Exit 8 Settebagni-Salaria.
Take the Exit 8, then follow Via Salaria for 8.5 km.
Go straight on Via Giovannelli and turn left in Largo Tartini, then go straight on Via Aldega for 85 m.
Turn left in Via Paisiello then straight on Via Pinciana until Piazzale Brasile. Turn left and cross Porta Pinciana arches. Follow Via Vittorio Veneto for 250 m.