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Exclusive Sneak Peek: Six Senses’ Lavish Rome Hotel

Brand identity is adding world character to the city’s vibrant hotel scene. Just don’t expect the design to feel particularly Roman.

You know how the saying goes: When in Rome . . . pretend you never left Los Angeles?

At least, that’s how you might feel walking into the new Six Senses Rome, which opened March 16 a few blocks away from the Trevi Fountain.

Designed by Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola, it feels sleeker and earthier than any of the city’s other luxury hotels with rooms starting at roughly $1,000 per night. Entering off bustling Via del Corso, you find yourself in an expansive lobby lounge with massive iron beams overhead, low sofas and armchairs arranged in seating nooks, a semicircular green marble bar, a plethora of leafy potted plants, and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open onto a courtyard dining area with tables arranged at an undulating banquette. Read more…

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