Exclusive Library dedicated to Rome

The Library

Located on the ground floor of the hotel and looking onto Via della Frezza, the Library houses an excellent collection of books entirely dedicated to the city of Rome – its history, architecture, traditions and major figures – in bookshelves designed by Albini for Cassina in 1956. The area can also be used for events, and can be opened to the public upon request. The collection is made available to the students of the Fine Arts Academy on Via Ripetta, reflecting the inclusive relationship the Hotel has with the city. 


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