Originally built in 1834 and converted to a hotel in 1889, Hotel Eden is one of Rome’s most celebrated hotels and popular amongst royalty, heads of states and celebrities, as well as international travellers. It will undergo a careful restoration to enhance the heritage of the building and to reposition the hotel at the forefront of the luxury hotel market in keeping with Dorchester Collection’s portfolio. The timing and scale of this major restoration are currently being established.
Overlooking the seven hills of Rome in the Eternal City, Hotel Eden is ideally located between the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto. It is surrounded by green parks and yet close to the Vatican, St. Peter's Cathedral and Piazza Navona, whilst the Colosseum is only ten minutes away by taxi. The main shopping streets of Via Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via Frattina are conveniently located nearby.
The hotel’s restaurant, La Terrazza dell'Eden, the bar and Terrace Garden on the sixth floor have some of Rome’s most spectacular views spanning from St. Peter's Dome to the Vittoriano Monument and beyond, and is an observation point for the city. The restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in November 2012 under the helm of executive chef Fabio Ciervo. This Michelin star will complement those at Dorchester Collection’s other hotels, which include three stars at The Dorchester, three stars at Hotel Plaza Athénée and three stars at Le Meurice.