Stunning Public Spaces
Completely and utterly enamored with the historical Villa Agrippina, which once belonged to the Roman empress, mother of the Emperor Nero.
The most significant building on the property, now a library, housed church for a boarding school run by nuns. The Gran Meliá Rome Hotel restored the building and preserved archaeological remains found during the construction.
In a world where terms like heritage are rampant among marketers and designers, this experience is a social and authentic representation of Roman Culture. We love the use of public spaces to reflect upon the adventure that waits beyond the walls of the hotel.