The recent opening of Six Senses Rome, which took place in the historical Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, marks the debut of the brand in Italian urban destination.
Six Senses Rome offers 96 guest rooms and suites, which all featuring Sleep With Six Senses standards. With a selection of 12 accommodation categories, including three individually designed signature suites, the many options include secluded rooms and suites facing the bustling Via del Corso.
This new opening also marks the completed renovation of the façade of the adjacent San Marcello al Corso Church, the first sustainability project sponsored by the hotel.
True to the Eat With Six Senses ethos, menus foster a strong link with local culinary traditions, whether at the all-day dining BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar or up high on NOTOS Rooftop. The other pillars of the brand’s F&B philosophy come forth through the use of natural and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers and suppliers.
The property also features Six Senses Spa Rome which offers a Roman bathing circuit. Beyond the baths, there’s a Hammam, biohacking and meditation rooms, sauna, outdoor yoga deck, fitness center, five treatment rooms, and the Alchemy Bar.
Aurelia the She-Wolf has been announced as the hotel mascot. Deeply rooted in Rome’s history, the She-Wolf is the symbol of the city. According to the local legend, she nursed Romulus and Remus, the newborn twin founders of Rome, and became an iconic symbol.
I am honored and proud that this milestone is happening in my home city. My team and I are working with enthusiasm to translate the brand’s core values of emotional hospitality, sustainability, and wellness into a Roman context. For us, high quality and luxury include out-of-the-ordinary experiences and respect for the local community, while keeping things fun and quirky!
Francesca Tozzi, General Manager of Six Senses Rome