Suite  Oriani

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Via Barnaba Oriani 92 ROMA

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Latitudine: 41.92758656597463

Longitudine: 12.483193743238816

Close to Villa Borghese, Via Veneto and Auditorium Parco della Musica, Suite Oriani is a Townhouse of charme, dedicated to those who wish to stay in Rome in an elegant surrounding enjoying modern comforts.

The Auditorium "Parco della Musica" (Music Park), a multi-functional facility defined as the "culture factory" by its designer, Renzo Piano, is an important area for the Roman and Italian cultural scenario. Each year it attracts millions of people. It is the location of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia (Santa Cecilia National Academy) and is filled with numerous multi-disciplinary exhibits, events, concerts, festivals and meetings with authors organized by the Fondazione Musica per Roma (Rome Music Foundation).

Villa Glori, originally known as Parco della Rimembranza, dedicated to the fallen during the wars of independence of the Papal States of Italy, occupies a large area from the Tiber to the mountainsides of Monti Parioli. There is a riding stable and playground for kids. It is a place equipped to carry out jogging and biking.

Villa Ada, filled with thick pines, cypress trees and rare species of exotic trees, was once the private residence of Vittorio Emanuele II. It also has an elegant riding stable. Another fascinating villa is the sixteenth-century Villa Balestra and Villa Torlonia, a Neoclassical nineteenth-century building.

An area worth visiting is the Baroque Rome of Piazza di Spagna, with the famous Barcaccia fountain located in the center. The flight of steps of the Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti, that connects the square with colle del Pincio, is filled with blooming azaleas during the spring, framing the Chiesa di Trinità dei Monti and is considered the ideal location for fashion shows.

Unique location. Suite Oriani is located at Parioli, the exclusive neighborhood of Rome in an area known not only for its historic and nature interests but also for its excellent business and entertainment facilities. From the neighborhood you can visit the Roman historic center by taking the nearby subway (only one stop) or simply walking through Villa Borghese.

From the Townhouse you can easily reach the Museo and Galleria Borghese, the Biopark, the Museo d'Arte Contemporanea MACRO (Museum of Modern Art), the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna GNAM (National Gallery of Modern Art), the Auditorium Parco della Musica (Music Park) and Ponte Milvio, the oldest bridge in Rome.

You can also reach the sports center of Acqua Acetosa, the sport swimming club of Aquaniene, the Flaminio Stadium, and Olympic Stadium.

The business heart of the Parioli can be seen in the important facilities that organize events such as GME, Italia Lavoro e Antitrust (Italian Work and Antitrust) and with the presence of many professional firms along with the LUISS University; there are also many different diplomatic offices and consulates.

With regards to health facilities, there are many private clinics in the area such Materdei, Quisisana, Villa Parioli. Moreover, with regards to cultural interests, in the Belle Arti area you will find the Institutes of British, Romanian, Danish, Belgian, Swedish, Japanese and Egyptian Culture.

Among the most renowned restaurants in Rome where you can savor Roman delicacies and beyond, bistros, wine bars, aperitif venues crowning the elegance and completeness of the district, all within a few tens of metres.


Facing the church, to the right, you will find Via del Sacro Cuore di Maria. Take that street keeping to the sidewalk on the right. After just a few meters, right beside the bus stop, there's a flight of steps. Go up the steps and once at the top turn right. You will find yourself in Via Francesco Denza. After 100 meters, to the left, you will find via Barnaba Oriani: we're at n. 92.

From the central station of Roma Termini take subway line A for "Battistini". Get off at the fourth stop "Flaminio/Piazza del Popolo" then take the train Roma Nord-Viterbo and get off at "Euclide" stop. Then refer to "From Piazza Euclide". As an alternative: from the square in front of Piazza dei Cinquecento station take bus n. 910 and get off at Piazza Euclide. Then refer to "From Piazza Euclide".
From the station of Roma Tiburtina take subway line B for "Laurentina". Get off at the at "Termini" (Roma Termini central station) and follow as above indicated.

From the airport of Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci"/FCO take the Leonardo Express train for Roma Termini central station; then refer to "By train".
From the airport of Ciampino "G. B. Pastine"/CIA take the Terravision bus for Termini trainstation and continue as stated under "By Train"; as an alternative: from the square right in front of the airport there's a bus stop. Take the Atral/Schiaffini bus heading for "A" "Anagnina" end of the line stop. Take the subway and get off at "Flaminio/Piazza del Popolo", then take the "Roma Nord-Viterbo" train and get off at "Euclide". Then refer to "From Piazza Euclide".

From the Grande Raccordo Anulare (beltway) (A90) get off at Via Flaminia (exit n. 6), for Roma Centro. After 3 km, at the fork, keep to your left and follow the directions for Flaminio-Corso di Francia. You will pass a series of crossings, always going straight. Then follow the directions for Centro - Parioli. Then, once you're on viaduct of Corso di Francia, exit to the left at the fork, towards Villa Borghese-Via Veneto. At the first traffic light continue straight on for Viale M. Pilsudski. At the next traffic light turn right onto Via F. Denza. The second street to the left is Via Barnaba Oriani: the Suite Oriani is at n. 92.

Living the Suite Oriani: living a part of the history of Rome.

The history of Suite Oriani and the villa that houses it is inextricably linked to the neighborhood of Rome that is called "Parioli". This area of the Capital between Villa Borghese, Vill'Ada and the largest bend of the Tiber, is named after the hill on which it stands. It was called "Peraiolo" since the Middle Ages because it was an area in which cultivation of the pear tree abounded (from “pero” in Italian). The first homes were built in the 1890s in keeping with the style that was spreading throughout Europe – Art-Nouveau – which in Italy was reinterpreted as the Liberty style. The green of the neighborhood and the elegance of its villas attracted the most exclusive people of Rome, from the cinema, theater, industry, high finance and diplomacy. In 1960 having an aperitif at the Bar Euclide or in Viale Parioli was more chic than the Harry’s Bar in Via Veneto.

The villa was built by the architect Furino in 1929, commissioned by a wealthy Texas oilman who fell in love with the area and decided to live within stylish walls until 1950. The curved and wavy lines – called "coup de fouet" in French (whiplash) – were inspired by the sinuous forms of the vegetable world and combined with fantasy elements, and were the dominant features of its expression. The architect decided to encircle the villa with a series of valuable frescoes depicting winged horses – a very popular image in Art Decò, which was considered the "french cousin" of Liberty style. He hired Mr. Duilio Cambellotti, a decorator of the fascist era whose most important work includes some portraits of the Altare della Patria in Piazza Venezia, Rome. The fresco, recently renovated, is protected by the Italian Fine Arts.

After its time as a private house, Suite Oriani became South African Embassy – which now it’s across the street. The Embassy was a consulate for visa issuing, and was then the office of the Confederation of Italian Firms, the Association of Italian Confectionery Industries.
The international attention afforded of Rome in the Jubilee of the year 2000 and the advent of the internet, prompted the owners to open the doors of the villa to visitors to the Eternal City. The strong identity the villa’s style retained during the realization of the project. All spaces have in fact a common matrix: the entrance is characterized by the presence of a tapestry of Erulo Eruli – an artist at the end of 800 located on the Via del Babuino, where now the restoration of his tapestries takes place; applique and a mirror of the early 900 in typical Art Nouveau style. The hardwood floors are original and never replaced. The rooms preserve elements of the style: original stucco plaster on the ceiling, "Biedermeier" furniture of the '20s, floral paintings by famous French watercolorists of the '30s. Outdoor spaces evoke the sophistication of the winter gardens typically found in the orangeries of French villas of the '20s.

For these reasons, staying at the Suite Oriani means living a part of the history of Rome.


A charming concept of "Contemporary Art-Nouveau Suites": the refined antique furnishings sublimely match the art nouveau style of the building, creating an inviting atmosphere of intimacy and elegance at Suite Oriani

The comforts and private services, that guarantee high standards level, include comfortable bathrooms, air conditioning, wi-fi, smart TV, minibar, tea and coffee maker, electronic safe. At our Guests disposal, in a common area, an espresso coffee machine. Some of the suites even come with a small balcony. Children up to three years of age stay for free.

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