The dei Mellini offers 80 spacious hotel rooms and suites in Rome, Italy. Each offers elegant and comfortable design.
The rooms are spacious, acoustically protected and creatively furnished in a bright, contemporary English motif, rich in warm tones and inspired by Art Deco.
Non-smoking rooms are available on request.
A digital screen provides guests with full control over the room's temperature. Many of the rooms feature the photography of Moreno Maggi, official photographer of the Rome Auditorium.
Our hotel, designed by renowned British architect Harry Gregory, has been created from the imaginative fusing of two historic private residences from the era of Italy's King Umberto I.
Our public areas, including our lobby and an enchanting courtyard, reflect a warm, comfortable elegance. The work of artists such as Mario Schifano, Luigi Montanarini and Robert Delaunay is displayed in the lobby, where discerning travelers are made to feel at home.
The Hotel dei Mellini in Rome, Italy is crowned with a lush roof garden, where bougainvilleas and azaleas bloom and where guests can relax with an aperitif or enjoy a private reception.
The solarium offers complete privacy and a shower with towels.
The dei Mellini's new gym ripples with positive energy. Overlooking a rooftop terrace and bathed in natural light, the gym is outfitted with state of the art equipment from TechnoGym. Featuring treadmills, cycles and weights, this 24 hour facility offers WiFi and TV.
The dei Mellini serves classic Mediterranean fare in a comfortable cafeteria setting. From a full buffet breakfast to a carefully prepared filet later in the day, the hotel's chefs prepare food that is simple and satisfying.