Six Senses Rome

Rome, Italy

Six Senses heads to the heart of the Eternal City, Rome, where artistic, cultural, and architectural marvels constitute a timeless and unique heritage. 

Six Senses Rome will open its doors in early 2023 in the heart of the historic center, overlooking Via del Corso, a few steps from the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain.  

Protected by the Roman municipality and classified by the Capitoline Superintendence for Cultural Heritage, the façade and the monumental staircase have been restored to their original splendor. As part of their first community project, Six Senses also supported major renovations to revive the facade of the church of San Marcello al Corso, next door.

In collaboration with renowned architect Patricia Urquiola, Six Senses Rome offers, with its 96 rooms and suites, an oasis of fresh greenery amidst the hustle and bustle of the Italian capital. A true refuge and haven of peace, thanks to the Six Senses Spa and its Roman baths, the BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar and the NOTOS rooftop, a suspended garden with a panoramic view. 

Six Senses Rome's Palazzo is a 50-minute drive from Rome's Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, and about 40 minutes from Rome's second international airport, Ciampino. The port of Civitavecchia is 82 km or 1 hour and 15 minutes away. Private transfers and valet service are also available.

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Six Senses Rome / DESCRIPTION

Sleep in elegance & sophistication

Roman elements blend with Patricia Urquiola’s contemporary design vision within the 96 guest rooms and suites. Suspended plants, natural light, and a breezy, open atmosphere contribute to the urban oasis feel. Embellished by traditional Cocciopesto plaster and locally sourced Travertine limestone, interiors have been remodeled into a contemporary and airy style with high ceilings, sustainable architecture, and custom furnishings.

12 bedrooms and suites categories: 

28 sqm  

With neutral tones accented by the natural texture of the traditional Roman Cocciopesto wall covering, Classic rooms are decorated with local artwork.  

They have a queen-size bed and overlook the hotel's courtyard with a view of the church of San Marcello al Corso or Via dell'Umiltà.  

23 to 41 sqm

Superior rooms have a relaxing and contemporary decor. Featuring a king-size bed and a comfortable sitting and reading area, they overlook the interior courtyard or Via di San Marcello. 

Some rooms are accessible to people with disabilities. 

28 to 39 sqm 

With a contemporary and natural décor with traditional Roman touches, the Deluxe rooms offer a view of the inner courtyard, Via di San Marcello or Via dell'Umiltà.  

They feature a comfortable sitting and reading area with a sofa, as well as a king-size bed or two twin beds.

29.5 to 32 sqm  

Superior Deluxe rooms feature a comfortable sitting and reading area with a sofa, king-size bed or two twin beds. They overlook the inner courtyard or offer a view of the church of San Marcello al Corso and beyond.  

40.5 to 56 sqm  

Generously sized and contemporary in style, the Junior Suites are furnished like studios with unique travertine floors in rainbow hues contrasting with the Cocciopesto and polychrome marble walls.  

They offer a sitting and reading area with a sofa, a king-size bed and a view of Via del Corso or Via dell'Umiltà.  

Some rooms have a bathtub. 

47 sqm

With a prime location in the Palazzo, these Deluxe Junior Suites are bright and offer a feeling of spaciousness against the backdrop of traditional Roman architecture and a breathtaking view of the city. 

They offer a king-size bed or two twin beds, a reading area with a sofa that converts to a single bed and a large living room.  

Some are equipped with a bathtub. 

50 to 65 sqm  

These deluxe suites are located on one of the corners of the hotel, offering a view of Via del Corso, Via dell'Umiltà, or the courtyard.  

They feature a king-size bed, a separate living room with a sofa convertible into a single bed and a dining area.  

Some of them are equipped with a bathtub. 

40.5 to 49 sqm indoor| 40 to 75 sqm outdoor 

The Junior Terrace Suites are loft-style suites with a large outdoor living area on the 3rd or 4th floor of the Palazzo, offering views of the surrounding Roman district.  

Inside, they have a spacious living area with a sofa convertible into a single bed and a king-size bed or two twin beds.  

71 to 81 sqm  

The Corner Suites have a fabulous double view as they are located on the corner of Piazza di San Marcello and Via del Corso. Some offer a view of the Altare della Patria.  

They also offer a king-size bed, a separate living room with a sofa that converts into a single bed and a dining area, and a bathroom with shower and bathtub.  

77 sqm indoor | 23 sqm outdoor   

Boasting a generous terrace surrounded by beautiful vegetation and overlooking the inner courtyard, the Salviati Suite includes a large bedroom with a king-size bed, a separate dining room with a sofa convertible into a single bed, and a large bathroom. 

112 sqm indoors | 27 sqm outdoors   

The suite offers a breathtaking double view: the private terrace side faces Piazza di San Marcello, while the other side overlooks the lively inner courtyard where architect Ludovico Quaroni's steel half-moon structure and the historic facade are located.  

On the third floor, this suite is the only one with a library and a relaxation area. Ideal for families, it has a master bedroom and a second bedroom, both with private bathrooms (the first with a bathtub), as well as a separate living room with a sofa convertible into a single bed, a dining area, and a bathroom.  

Other highlights include a fully equipped kitchen with a fully stocked pantry, where private dinners with Six Senses chefs can be hosted. 

126 sqm indoor | 96 sqm outdoor  

Offering an expansive terrace, unique artwork, and vintage Italian design pieces such as chandeliers and armchairs, the Lata suite is located on the 4th floor and is adjacent to the right side of the San Marcello al Corso church façade. It is also the only suite with secondary access for service personnel.   

The suite offers two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom equipped with a shower stall for one and an additional bathtub for the other. 

The spacious living room, with a fully equipped pantry, includes a sofa convertible into a single bed, a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen where private dinners can be held with the Six Senses team and a private chef, enjoying the preparation of the dinner in real time - a nod to the very Italian tradition of conviviality.

Indulge your every need


Whether your aim is to be ready to explore the Roman city, or to simply feel better about yourself, the Six Senses spa offers a varied and complete range of services:  

Five treatment rooms, including one for couples, to experience a Signature Cocoon or Dreamcatcher massage, among others. 

Contemporary therapies such as Biohacking that optimize the body's natural processes through fast solutions and smart technologies. 

Roman baths, with three plunge pools that replicate the calidarium, tepidarium, and frigidarium, to enhance the body's well-being by first warming and then cooling it. Their walls are decorated with an amazing bas-relief representing the laurel of Daphne. 

An outdoor terrace for yoga sessions as well as a meditation and fitness room with personal trainers. 

An Alchemy bar offering a true sensory experience, where you can feel the power of nature, fresh, seasonal, and organic ingredients and flavors. Private and group workshops are available with a skilled therapist. 

Retreat programs to reconnect with yourself in the fitness center. Seasonal programs vary. 

An EMPORIUM boutique, manicure and pedicure salon, and tea and relaxation rooms complete the Six Senses Spa experience. 


The hotel offers a complete babysitting service so that the youngest guests can also have a rich and unforgettable experience. They will be immersed in local culture, wellness, sustainability, and social experiences, which will allow them to learn valuable life skills through play.

Pamper your palate

Chef Nadia Frisina Portrait

After years in Asia, where she won the "Chef par Excellence" culinary award at the Four Seasons Hotel Beijing in 2014, Sicilian-born Chef Nadia Frisina moved to Europe as Executive Chef of the luxurious Art'otel Amsterdam and Guest Chef at Le Cordon Bleu London.  

In 2019, Nadia returns to Italy as head of the culinary department at the brand-new St Regis Hotel in Venice. In 2021, she is named as one of the top 14 European and EAM chefs for the MILUX Culinary Advisory Board.  

Six Senses Rome now has the great honor of welcoming this world-renowned Chef to its Palazzo.  

BIVIUM Restaurant-Café-Bar 

Located on the first floor, this is a space of conviviality and art of living, all day dining, it includes an open kitchen and a catering area. Discover modern Italian cuisine, plant-based, with locally sourced ingredients.  

Opening onto an elegant outdoor area, embellished by hanging plants, the warm atmosphere evolves throughout the day from casual during the day to elegant at night. 

BIVIUM also offers personalized nutritional programs and private En-Suite dinners with the Chef. 

NOTOS Rooftop 

With its plants, terracotta pottery and herb garden, the NOTOS Rooftop feels like a secret garden, unlike any other terrace in Rome. You can enjoy an Ashtanga lesson at dawn or delicious bites and creative drinks to watch the sunset, with a panoramic view of the city of Rome. 

Savour your surroundings

The quintessence of Italian genius: with its cultural influence and historical heritage, Rome is the "Eternal City" par excellence. Its magnificent monuments, priceless views and glorious works of art make it an unmissable destination. 


Next to a historical site of great value! In addition to the renovation of the facade, in which Six Senses is proud to have participated, the church has beautiful baroque interiors, a holy crucifix and a precious finding in the basement. 


Why not learn more about Caravaggio's rebellious genius by taking a walking tour of the nearby churches and art galleries that jealously guard his works of art? The experience can be enhanced by putting your artistic skills to the test in a private painting session or by taking an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of one of Rome's most important renovation studios. 


A journey to discover the daily life of a Roman inhabitant with its small and unavoidable rituals. Simple moments contrasting with the grandiose beauty of the city that makes it so wonderful. 


Go to an imperial domus of ancient Rome (imperial house) just below the Trevi Fountain. There is an entire ancient establishment in the basement of what is undoubtedly the most famous fountain in the world, the time to unveil the secrets of the underwater world in the heart of the Eternal City. 

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Six Senses Rome offers a magical and memorable venue for intimate weddings, special occasions, and social gatherings.

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