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Rome’s Hotel Scene Gets a Luxe Upgrade” with Six Senses and Bulgari

The arrival of new Six Senses and Bulgari locations in Rome over the next few months represents a big step forward for a city that is evidently prioritizing high-end brands that pull in a spendier, more exclusive crowd. The Six Senses Rome, which opens this month just off the commercial Via del Corso, is the first truly urban property for the wellness-and-sustainability brand.

Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, known for her tasteful, intelligent approach at hotels like Il Sereno in Lake Como, set about updating the 18th-century Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini with local, sustainable materials like travertine and cocciopesto plasterwork. The suites feel like modern sleepaways inside a space that retains many of the original features designed by original architect Tomaso de Marchis. Read more…

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