5* opulent Rome break with Vatican & Sistine Chapel tickets

Grand Hotel Palace, Italy

Flights included Flights included

The perfect package with flights included

Junior suite

Roman Forum

The Vatican Museum

Villa Borghese


Superior room

St. Peter's Basilica and The River Tibre

Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

Trevi Fountain

A striking mix of contemporary design pieces and old-world grandeur on Rome's Via Veneto - with breakfast, flights, skip-the-queue access to the Vatican and a suite option

  • Grand Hotel Palace is a five-star hotel on Rome’s glamorous Via Veneto. Set in an impressive building formerly known as the Ambassadors' Palace, this boutique pad feels classically luxurious, from its wrought-iron entrance gates to its walls adorned with stunning frescoes by Venetian artist Guido Cadorin.

  • The hotel’s fabulous location and lavish interiors are matched by its facilities, earning it a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Your bedroom has all the elegant touches you’d expect from a high-end hotel, and at your disposal is a relaxing haven in the form of the Kami Spa, complete with a candlelit pool, and two delicious restaurants.

  • Rome is as famous for its gorgeous food as it is for its splendid architecture, so why not indulge in an aperitif on the terrace before sampling gourmet Italian cuisine in the beautifully designed Ristorante Cadorin & Lounge Bar. And exploring Rome’s nightlife couldn’t be easier – some of the city’s hottest haunts are right on the hotel’s doorstep.


- Restaurant
- Bar
- Spa
- Fitness suite
- Indoor Jacuzzi pool
- Sauna
- Wi-Fi
- Reception

How to get there

Grand Hotel Palace is around 38 kilometres away from Rome Fiumicino Airport. Airport transfers are not included in this escape, so you can reach the hotel by taxi or taking a train into the centre of Rome. The nearest metro stops are Spagna and Repubblica.

Good to know

Please note that a city tax of €7 per person, per day is payable at the hotel upon check-out.

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