The luxury suites of il Piccolo Mondo were created according to the philosophy inspired by the restaurant of the same name, a meeting place in the 60s for many movie stars and leading exponents of the "dolce vita" of Rome. Founded in 1954 by an Amateur's host, the Piccolo Mondo was initially used as a wine cellar for wine tasting and later transformed into a restaurant.

In the golden age of cinema, it was attended by illustrious guests such as Brigitte Bardot, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Ronald Reagan, John Ireland, Clint Eastwood, Peter Falk, Italian boxer Nino Benvenuti and Roman actor Nino Manfredi. Located next to the famous Via Veneto, Stefano Ajelli's restaurant, directed by Fabio Veneziani, has always offered its customers a superior category of service, to guarantee a unique experience of its kind.

<emRefined cuisine and luxury suites not far from Piazza di Spagna and the famous Via dei Condotti: exclusive locations that evoke the "dolce vita" of Rome.

The suites of il Piccolo Mondo are located within walking distance of the main attractions of the city: Trevi Fountain, Trinity of Mounts, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Colosseum and Via dei Fori Imperiali. Each room has a refined atmosphere, attention to detail and superior comfort.

The names chosen to identify these little corners of paradise are inspired by some of the most precious gems in the world, to symbolize the element of sumptuousness and the combination of transparencies, lights and colors that distinguish the bedroom and the wellness area, equipped with color therapy and aromatherapy. Each suite is characterized by soft nuances and a refined design, finished with fine materials and expertly furnished.