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Those who visit Italy's most populous, cultured and cosmopolitan city are always going to have a special trip, but when it comes to choosing a Rome Hotel there are as many options as personal preference allows. From the thrifty and convenient to the lavish indulgent and prestigious, your accommodations can greatly influence an experience of a metropolis which is touched by every age of history and art, both long past and that which still impacts on the world today. 

Italy's capital is also sometimes called the Eternal City and it could not be more an apt descriptor of a European metropolis which is defined by the convivial, fun loving and sophisticated people who constitute its rich and colorful population. Any who know the city, know that a Rome Hotel is likely to be a place with its own identity, which is not to suggest that its cityscape is disjointed or incongruous, rather that it is a diverse and varied milieu where the ultra-modern and chic stands comfortably aside the historic and prestigious to create a feeling which is totally unique. A metropolis of art, food, wine, architecture and la dolce vita, as 'the sweet life' translates, it is the home of fashion, of modern politics, of language and has always been at the epicenter of the world's changes, both cultural and political.
Depending on personal tastes and exactly how you hope to experience this marvelous place, whether you're disposed to engaging an architectural landscape of Renaissance and Baroque buildings in such good condition that there are simply no comparable places on earth, or whether you just prefer to wend you through the historical furnishings to find the city of Ferragamo and Versace, perhaps stop off between shoes and handbag shopping to sip espressos in the city which has turned them into an art form, then there is a Rome Hotel which will more than feed your specific vision.
The modern city's legacy is steeped in the world of design and fashion. Both these areas cross into each other and are mostly dependent on each other. There a few students of industrial design or contemporary fashion who don't recognize Italy's capital at the mother city of sleek, elegant and playful design innovation, whether it is for something to be worn, walked in, sat on or simply enjoyed as a piece of functional machinery--those espresso machines are certainly worth a design award or two.
Visitors who find themselves walking towards such legendary centers of fashion like the Piazza di Spagna, perhaps taking a wander at the alluring boutiques along Via Condotti, would do well to seek out a Rome Hotel in the area. Here, visitors will find a place or two which have their roots into the fashion industry, and one in particular which was once the atelier of the famous Ferragamo shoe makers. It has since been converted into a boutique Rome Hotel which supplies a hint voguish nostalgia of the golden age of shoe design, with playful touches, color and beautiful Ferragamo photos throughout.
While fashion and design are inseparable from the city's personality, they are only one side of it, a side which works with other distinctive aspects to make the place a seamless playground for the senses. The Eternal City is known for its near obsessive love of great food and wine. Gourmets and oenophiles are in for a real treat whichever Rome Hotel they choose as their base. This is not necessarily because their chosen accommodations are likely to have a exceptional list of international and regional Italian wines and a menu of contemporary and rustic Italian food, which it will almost certainly do, but because this is a city where great food and wine are in every direction. It doesn't matter whether you're staying in the historical center or down an unobtrusive alley, you only have to follow the sound of laughter, chatter and perhaps the smell of freshly baked bread to know that you're soon to be enjoying the essence of la dolce vita yourself.
For those who are intent endowing their trip with as much as possible of the great art and architecture, who would like to locate themselves with a view of the Spanish Steps or be an artist's palette's thrown from the Sistine Chapel with those magical frescoes by Michelangelo and Raphael, the options for a stylistically complementary Rome Hotel are many. It is something of miracle that the city escaped relatively unscathed from the devastation of the Second World War, and, as such, more than a single Rome Hotel is located within a building which is centuries old, some of them predating the famed artists who attract culturally hungry visitors. If you're looking for a 16th century establishment which has been the home of artists, intellectuals and aristocracy, which has additionally played a direct part in the history of world and has its own collection of prize art, then you will find it.
Of course, most contemporary visitors don't limit themselves to one side of a metropolis which has so much to offer. Aside from it being impossible, even if you tried, you can only really get a feeling of what Italy's capital really is by sampling a bit of all that has made it the substance of legend. From Julius Caesar to Versace clad Vespa riders, you won't have to look hard to find just the thing to make you wonder at the mystery of time and life.

Those who visit Italy's most populous, cultured and cosmopolitan city are always going to have a special trip, but when it comes to choosing a Rome Hotel there are as many options as personal preference allows. From the thrifty and convenient to the lavish indulgent and prestigious, your accommodations can greatly influence an experience of a metropolis which is touched by every age of history and art, both long past and that which still impacts on the world today. 

Italy's capital is also sometimes called the Eternal City and it could not be more an apt descriptor of a European metropolis which is defined by the convivial, fun loving and sophisticated people who constitute its rich and colorful population. Any who know the city, know that a Rome Hotel is likely to be a place with its own identity, which is not to suggest that its cityscape is disjointed or incongruous, rather that it is a diverse and varied milieu where the ultra-modern and chic stands comfortably aside the historic and prestigious to create a feeling which is totally unique. A metropolis of art, food, wine, architecture and la dolce vita, as 'the sweet life' translates, it is the home of fashion, of modern politics, of language and has always been at the epicenter of the world's changes, both cultural and political.

Depending on personal tastes and exactly how you hope to experience this marvelous place, whether you're disposed to engaging an architectural landscape of Renaissance and Baroque buildings in such good condition that there are simply no comparable places on earth, or whether you just prefer to wend you through the historical furnishings to find the city of Ferragamo and Versace, perhaps stop off between shoes and handbag shopping to sip espressos in the city which has turned them into an art form, then there is a Rome Hotel which will more than feed your specific vision.

The modern city's legacy is steeped in the world of design and fashion. Both these areas cross into each other and are mostly dependent on each other. There a few students of industrial design or contemporary fashion who don't recognize Italy's capital at the mother city of sleek, elegant and playful design innovation, whether it is for something to be worn, walked in, sat on or simply enjoyed as a piece of functional machinery--those espresso machines are certainly worth a design award or two.

Visitors who find themselves walking towards such legendary centers of fashion like the Piazza di Spagna, perhaps taking a wander at the alluring boutiques along Via Condotti, would do well to seek out a Rome Hotel in the area. Here, visitors will find a place or two which have their roots into the fashion industry, and one in particular which was once the atelier of the famous Ferragamo shoe makers. It has since been converted into a boutique Rome Hotel which supplies a hint voguish nostalgia of the golden age of shoe design, with playful touches, color and beautiful Ferragamo photos throughout.

While fashion and design are inseparable from the city's personality, they are only one side of it, a side which works with other distinctive aspects to make the place a seamless playground for the senses. The Eternal City is known for its near obsessive love of great food and wine. Gourmets and oenophiles are in for a real treat whichever Rome Hotel they choose as their base. This is not necessarily because their chosen accommodations are likely to have a exceptional list of international and regional Italian wines and a menu of contemporary and rustic Italian food, which it will almost certainly do, but because this is a city where great food and wine are in every direction. It doesn't matter whether you're staying in the historical center or down an unobtrusive alley, you only have to follow the sound of laughter, chatter and perhaps the smell of freshly baked bread to know that you're soon to be enjoying the essence of la dolce vita yourself.

For those who are intent endowing their trip with as much as possible of the great art and architecture, who would like to locate themselves with a view of the Spanish Steps or be an artist's palette's thrown from the Sistine Chapel with those magical frescoes by Michelangelo and Raphael, the options for a stylistically complementary Rome Hotel are many. It is something of miracle that the city escaped relatively unscathed from the devastation of the Second World War, and, as such, more than a single Rome Hotel is located within a building which is centuries old, some of them predating the famed artists who attract culturally hungry visitors. If you're looking for a 16th century establishment which has been the home of artists, intellectuals and aristocracy, which has additionally played a direct part in the history of world and has its own collection of prize art, then you will find it.

Of course, most contemporary visitors don't limit themselves to one side of a metropolis which has so much to offer. Aside from it being impossible, even if you tried, you can only really get a feeling of what Italy's capital really is by sampling a bit of all that has made it the substance of legend. From Julius Caesar to Versace clad Vespa riders, you won't have to look hard to find just the thing to make you wonder at the mystery of time and life.

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