The Art Deco Hotel Lord Byron in Rome, Italy, borders the Borghese gardens in the exclusive Parioli neighbourhood. The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Via Condotti and Via Veneto's shops are 2 kilometres away. The closest metro station is Flaminio.
Set in a 1930s patrician villa, the hotel has marble steps and a white-gloved doorman. Art Deco touches including silver light fixtures decorate the lobby. There are fresh flowers and books in the lounge.
Mirrored walls, octagonal tables and high-backed chairs furnish the Art Deco-style restaurant, serving Italian dishes such as pasta rolls with trout and black truffle sauce. In the late-night Il Salotto Lounge and Wine Bar, guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails in a 1930s-style setting with mirrors, striped carpets, deep-red fabric chairs and dark wood furnishings. Original art from the owner's collection decorates the bar. The hotel serves evening port and petits fours and complimentary buffet breakfast.
The hotel has complimentary newspapers and complimentary valet parking. Wireless Internet access is complimentary.
There is a rooftop garden at the hotel.
The Hotel Lord Byron's 32 climate-controlled guestrooms feature 1930s-inspired interiors, floor-length curtains and mahogany or rosewood furniture. Some rooms have balconies with garden or city views. All include satellite television, dial-up Internet ports, and complimentary bottled water. Traditional paintings decorate the vintage-marble bathrooms, which contain bathrobes and slippers.