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6 aprile 2022 | Rebecca Ford

It only opened last year, but this converted palazzo has already gained a reputation as a classy retreat. Tucked away on Via Margutta – known as the artists’ street as it was once home to names like Stravinsky, Picasso and Fellini – it has a chic, uncluttered style. The restaurant serves Roman classics with a modern twist, rooms are decorated in soothing neutral shades and, unusually for Rome, there’s a secluded garden which helps you feel tranquil and pleasantly snoozy.