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The Palace

In 1900, renowned Italian architect Carlo Busiri Vici envisioned a neo-Renaissance style palace. He borrowed from the Renaissance’s classic architectural elements, gables and columns, to create symmetrical elegant shapes. The interiors, never commonplace or ornamental, are a reflection of meticulous attention to detail. They provide the hotel with that “fin de siècle” elegance –  theatrical yet perfectly captured by the concept of “understated luxury”.


The Transformation

A venue in constant transformation: the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel opened its doors in 1905 as the “Palace of the Ambasciatori”, a residence for ambassadors visiting Rome. From 1946 to 1993, the Palace Hotel was the home of the US Embassy Library.

A location that requires no introduction – Via Veneto – the boulevard of glamor, cinema, the crossroads for internationally renowned actors, musicians, and artists. The backdrop for Fellini’s La Dolce Vita, home of the paparazzi, the street for five-star Roman accommodation and hospitality excellence.


At first Glance

The InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace hall keeps the promise of a traditional setting, while accompanying guests on a contemporary, luxurious experience. The imposing columns at the entrance, the Liberty-style wrought iron balustrade shadowing the lines of the central marble staircase – the majestic, undisputed star of the hall – give the spaces a distinct personality and the charm of timeless theatrical elegance.

A Journey Through the Spaces

At the InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace, each moment of the day is accentuated by a different space.

The Anita Lounge & Bar, an enjoyable space, the heart of the hotel with its central position and circular counter visible right from the entrance;
Scarpetta NYC, an elegant setting where Italian and New York City food and wine traditions mingle;
Charlie’s Rooftop, the perfect destination for those seeking mixology, elegance, and glamor with a view overlooking the city.

Get ready to experience the pleasure of these spaces during your stay.