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Sina Bernini Bristol

Piazza Barberini, 23 – 00187  
Rome,  
Italy

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Overview

Since 1870, Sina Bernini Bristol has been the Roman residence of choice for royalty, artists and celebrities. It continues to greet its guests with the gracious tradition of the past, enveloping them with magnificent standards of luxury and beauty.

Precious 18th-century tapestries adorn the hall, and Murano chandeliers and antique furnishings are lavished throughout, creating a perfect old-world ambience for relaxation, entertainment or business. Central to the very heart of Rome, with the 18th century Triton fountain sparkling directly outside, no destination is more historical for a stay in the Eternal City.

Exclusive SmartNights Amenities

  • Full Buffet Breakfast for two daily
  • Complimentary use of SINA Wellness Center (Excluding treatments)
  • Welcome Amenity

The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of booking:

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The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in:

  • Early Check-In
  • Late Check-Out

Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM

Accommodations

Number of Rooms: 127

Deluxe Room

The elegant Deluxe rooms measure up to 30 sqm and are elegantly furnished in classic or contemporary style. Some of them overlook the famous Piazza Barberini, with its famous Triton Fountain, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Bathroom in prestigious Italian marble. An interconnecting room is available. Some of them have balcony or terrace.

Superior Room

Superior rooms measure up to 27 sqm, elegantly decorated in classic or modern style, have bathrooms with fine Italian marble. Several rooms overlook Palazzo Barberini, the famous home of National Gallery of Ancient Art. An interconnecting room is available.

Junior Suite

The spacious Junior Suites consist of a bedroom, living area, and bathroom. Overlooking the characteristic streets of Rome, they comprise an area of up to 45 sqm and are furnished in refined classical style. Italian marble bathrooms with separate bath and shower. Interconnecting room available upon request.

De Luxe Contemporary Style Suite

Located on the sixth floor of our romantic hotel in Rome, the Deluxe Trevi suite with a beautiful terrace of 55 sqm enjoys an incomparable view of the Eternal City. Furnished in a contemporary style, it has an area of about 42 sqm and consists of a bedroom with double bed, a large living room, and a bathroom. It can be interconnected with the Presidential Suite Tritone.

Suite

These bright 50 square meter suites enjoy a view over Piazza Barberini with its Triton Fountain, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. They include a bedroom, a separate living room, and a bathroom, decorated in classic or contemporary style and with Italian marble bathrooms. An interconnecting room is available.

De Luxe Presidential Suite

Designed for the most discerning guests in search of an exclusive and comfortable space, where they can enjoy one of the most beautiful views in the world, the Presidential Suite Tritone is located on the sixth floor of our hotel. Measuring about 70 sqm., the Suite consists of a bedroom, a bathroom, a spacious living room, a private gym, in addition to a large 90 sqm outdoor terrace with indoor heated pool and gazebo. It can be interconnected with the Deluxe Trevi Suite.

Classic Room

The bright, classic rooms with double or twin beds overlook the typical streets of Rome. They are elegantly furnished in a classic or contemporary style and have Italian marble tiled bathrooms. The maximum size comprises about 25 sqm. An interconnecting room is available.

Guest Services

Concierge

Dry Cleaning

Laundry Service

Multilingual Staff

Pressing Service

24-Hour Front Desk

Baby Cribs Available

Babysitting on Request

Banquet Services

Clefs d’Or Concierge

Doorman

Evening Turndown Service

Front Desk

Full Concierge Services

Hair Dresser (upon request)

In Room Safe Deposit Box

In-Room Massage

Laundry and Valet Service

Masseuse

Pet Policy

Valet Parking

Wake-Up Call

Facilities

Fitness Center

Erato Wellness fulfills your soul and body needs, offering you the ideal place where you can find and keep up your wellness. Our mission is to make your dreams come true, providing a unique experience and transforming it into a life style. When you cross the threshold of the Erato Wellness Spas, you are led to new spaces, far away from the stress and the hustle and bustle of the working life: back to the roots, where body and mind coexist in harmony. Our highly qualified staff together with our techniques and Erato Wellness philosophy create a news spa concept thanks to which the guest can live an unforgettable relaxing experience. The SPA includes: sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, gym, personalized massages and treatments for face and body. Treat yourself to a wellness luxury path fit for a real roman emperor.

Jacuzzi

Meeting & Conference Facilities

Banquet Facilities

This room is on the Barberini first floor, has natural light and views over Via Barberini and the Triton Fountain. It is on 84 square metres and is three meters in height.It can take meetings of up to 60 people and is suitable for in high-level meetings, banquets and cocktail receptions.

Bar

Boardroom Meeting Space

Connecting Rooms

Fitness Program

Handicap-accessible Rooms & Facilities

Massage Treatments

Valet Parking

Sauna

Spa Treatments

Steam Room

Ballroom

This room is on the Barberini first floor, has natural light, views over Via Barberini and classical decor. It is on 90 square metres and is five meters in height. It can be used for meetings of up to 100 people, and it is perfect for in height-level gatherings, banquets, cocktail and wedding receptions.

Bar and Restaurant on Site

Breakfast Room

The Breakfast Room is located on the Barberini first floor, it has natural light and views over Via Barberini and the Triton Fountain.

Business Center

City Tours, Theatre and Cultural Events

Excursions

Gym

High-Speed Internet Access

Massage Rooms

Meeting Rooms

This room is on the Barberini first floor, has natural light, views over Via Barberini and classical decor. It is on 90 square metres and is five meters in height. It can be used for meetings of up to 100 people, and it is perfect for in height-level gatherings, banquets, cocktail and wedding receptions.

Museum

Non-Smoking Rooms and Suites

Panoramic Rooftop

Private Dining Facilities

Private Meeting Facilities

This room is on the Barberini first floor, is on 34 square metres and is three metres in height. It has one table and is ideal for small meetings of up to 14 people.

Restaurant

Rooftop Terrace

Small Conference Facilities

Sprinkler System

Tennis Nearby

Theatre

Turkish Bath

Wedding Facilities

Whirlpool

Complimentary Wireless Internet Access

DINING

Breakfast Room

Giuda Ballerino

The panoramic rooftop Restaurant and Terrace Bar "Giuda ballerino!" of Michelin star Chef Andrea Fusco offers a new level of gastronomic excellence. Located in the highest spot in the heart of the Eternal city it offers a breathtaking 360° view of Rome.Guests can enjoy such splendid view while savoring the best of Andrea Fusco's Mediterranean but creative cuisine.

Giuda ballerino! Terrace Bar

At 8th floor the roof rop Terrace Bar & Grill  is open daily from 12:30 to 24 hrs

Ground floor bar "Bristol"

Attractions

Roman Empire

Rome: This unique city, where visitors are swamped by an endless variety of images and kaleidoscope of stimuli, has been called eternal. This may be because it has seen a series of periods of splendor alternating with others of decay, and yet has been reborn each time. It abounds in treasures and relics of the past, in a setting that has retained its fascination in spite of the assaults of modern civilization

St. Peter's

St Peter's , The basilica di St. Peter, built over the tomb of the apostle, is the heart of Christendom and one of the most significant monuments of world art and culture. The basilica, founded by Emperor Constantine, was rebuilt to a design by Bramante from 1506 onward at the behest of Pope Julius II. After Bramante, the construction was supervised by Raphael, Baldassarre Peruzzi, Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, Michelangelo (who designed the magnificent dome), Giacomo della Porta, Domenico Fontana and Carlo Maderno, who built the façade. The basilica was eventually consecrated by Urban VIII on November 18, 1626. The church faces onto the spectacular square laid out by Gian Lorenzo Bernini: ringed by the great colonnade, it has two fountains and an Egyptian obelisk at the center. Among the many treasures housed in the basilica, a few date from the time of the original church, such as the Tomb of Innocent VIII by the Florentine artist Pollaiolo, the bronze statue of Saint Peter by Arnolfo di Cambio, whose foot has been worn away by the kisses of the faithful, and the Pietà of the young Michelangelo, rare in its formal perfection and warmth of feeling. Also worth mentioning are the imposing baldachin and the throne of St. Peter, both by Bernini, Canova's tomb of Clement XIII and the door made by the contemporary artist Giacomo Manzù for Pope John XXIII.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon The Pantheon is probably the best preserved temple in Rome. It was built by the son-in-law of the emperor Augustus, Marcus Agrippa, who dedicated it to all the gods in 27 BC, but the building attained its present appearance following the renovation ordered by Hadrian between 118 and 125 AD. The portico was embellished with large doors and bronze decorations that survived until the seventeenth century, when Pope Urban VIII Barberini had them melted down to build the baldachin in St. Peter's. The even was commemorated in the city by an anonymous sonnet: Quod non fecerunt barbari fecerunt Barberini ("What the barbarians didn't do was done by the Barberini"). Subsequently the Pantheon was restored on several occasions, and is now a church housing the tombs of several kings of Italy and great artists, including Raphael. The dome is the largest to have come down to us from antiquity and was constructed by a single pouring of concrete into a wooden scaffold. It has a beautiful and harmonious decoration of coffers.

The Pinacoteca Vaticana

The Pinacoteca Vaticana: The heart of the Vatican's vast range of museums and galleries, the world famous Pinacoteca comprises several fundamental groups of works. One of the most important is made up of paintings that used to be in the collection of Pius VI, elected pope in 1775, and includes a number of great eighteenth-century masterpieces, such as Nicolas Poussin's Martyrdom of Saint Erasmus. Some of these pictures were transferred here from the Palazzo del Quirinale, or brought back from Paris by the sculptor Antonio Canova at the beginning of the nineteenth century, after they had been looted at the time of the French Revolution. Another group comprises paintings taken from churches in Rome and the Papal States, like the Transfiguration, last work of the sublime Raphael, once in the basilica of San Pietro in Montorio, and Caravaggio's imposing Deposition. Over the course of the twentieth century, the Pinacoteca's collection was substantially enriched by donations and acquisitions: among the latter are fourteen fragments of the frescoes painted in the apse of the church of the Santi Apostoli by Melozzo da Forlì in the closing decades of the fifteenth century, including several Angels Playing Musical Instruments that are fully Renaissance in their beauty.

Map / Location

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The Hotel Bernini Bristol, in front of the Underground Station Barberini, is right in the heart of Rome at the beginning of Via Veneto and near Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.

Nearby airports: Roma (Rome) [Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino], Italy
Distance: 20 Miles