The recently renovated Hotel Villa Glori is at number 11 Via Bernardo Celentano, a quiet private road in the residential district of Flaminio, on the banks of the Tiber River.
The hotel is close to the Parioli district and not far from Piazza del Popolo in the heart of Rome’s old city centre, where there is a metro station with connections to all the major tourist attractions, allowing you to explore all of Rome with ease.
Once in Piazza del Popolo, you can stroll through the tree-lined avenues of Villa Borghese ̶ the ancient residence of Cardinal Scipione ̶ walk to the panoramic terrace on the Pincian Hill and admire mosaics from the classical period, Bernini’s sculptural masterpieces, or the paintings by Caravaggio and Veronesi exhibited in the Borghese Gallery. And to make your children happy, you can visit the characteristic Cinema dei Piccoli, the smallest cinema in the world, officially registered in the Guinness Book of Records, where all the best children’s films are screened.
Thanks to the Hotel Villa Glori’s exclusive location on a quiet area, you can escape all the hustle and bustle of the capital.