Rome

THE ETERNAL CITY

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Rome

THE ETERNAL CITY

HOXTON HOTEL

the hippest compact art hotel @ Villa Borghese

WORDS: BETHANIE ASHTON

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Within the ambient, artisanal city of Rome and to the north of the city’s inner matrix, the Hoxton Hotel fuses mid-century elegance and modernism.

You might already be acquainted with Hoxton, notably located in Williamsburg, London, Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Barcelona, along with another four.

“The Hoxton is a series of open-house hotels inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes that surround them.”

It’s true.. from finding cousin near the lobby, to the comfort familiarities of home, Hoxton Hotel Rome is approachable. 

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Rooms

Dining

Amenities

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Rooms

Inspired by the idyllic city of Italy, each room has flared Tuscan design with 70s modern interior decor. Rust orange, browns and gold embellish the room, whether it’s wooden window sills, the metal faucets or picture frames. 

And hey, sticky fingers, a tip: don’t attempt to take the original artwork home, it’s firmly glued onto the walls.

Comparing modern Italian brass, and luxury décor works by architecture legend, Gio Ponti.

Dining

Waking to the smell of freshly ground coffee and surrounded by Roman architecture, you will remain pepped for the rest of the day. 

Cugino (which translates to Cousin) is the hotel cafe that faces the sidewalk and situated at the right of the entry. 

From aroma espressos, chai latte to refreshingly light liquor, you’ll be able to pair contemporary American staples with cornetto (the Italian version of a croissant, with a dryer pastry and more crumb) or biscotto.

For elevated Americana classics at onsite restaurant, The Beverly boasts farm-to-table freshness, utilizing the most exquisite high-quality produce. The playful menu offers generous service hours for breakfast, lunch, dinner, all-day brunch on weekends, and favorite themes such as taco Tuesdays. Its interior ties to the recurring Hoxton theme of deep hues, mid-century curves, juxtaposed seventies patterns and custom vintage décor.

Amenities & Locale

The epitome of Rome is its richness of culture, design, and artistic beauty. One of several walkable visits during your stay at the Hoxton Hotel, includes Villa Borghese Gardens, a historical gallery featuring a questionably shaped (heart) botanical garden, museum, and other attractions.

If your feet are worn from the daily sport of trekking Roman archeology sites, Cathedrals and Luxury Italian showrooms in

Prati, you’ll find bicycle hire or self-cycle tuk tuks for groups of four, to explore the gardens with ease.

 

Staying at the Hoxton Hotel will transport you into centuries of architecture and cultural abundance while ensuring your modern needs are met at this new, millennial luxury hotel. 

Addressing Sustainability

As the first hotel under The Hoxton brand to open in Italy, it reflects the concept behind the British chain, Ennismore Group: to create an atmosphere in tune with the surrounding neighborhood by taking inspiration from the details of local architecture and the urban context of the host city.

From their website, Ennismore describes The Hoxton brand as “a series of open-house hotels inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes that surround them. We found The Hoxton Rome to inherit Italian characteristics throughout its décor to the menu of Cugina and the warm color palette synonymous to traditional Italy.

Seek & You Shall Find

Largo Benedetto Marcello, 220
Roma RM 00198
+39 06 9450 2700

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