SUITE ORIANI - Our Facilities
The Suite Oriani villa was built in the Liberty style by the architect Furino in 1929. A man of great sensibility, who was influenced by the complex and innovative European stylistic movement which spread between 1880 and 1910 and who found expression in a vast array of artistic forms, he decided to crown the villa with a series of frescoes, figuring winged horses, painted by Duilio Cambellotti, an artist whose most important work includes the effigies at the Nation’s Altar-Altare della Patria in Piazza Venezia, Rome.
Suite Oriani facilities are :
- Internet point
- Info point, with information pack about Rome
- Safe-deposit box
- pick-up from/to airport/railway station (on request)
- tour guide (on request)
- night park (on request)
- Smoking is not allowed in enclosed spaces. Small sized animals are allowed.
All the Suite Oriani rooms are furnished with antiques dating from the 19th and 20th century – paintings, furniture, carpets, precious tapestry and appliches, which fuse with sublime harmony. The rooms with each small detail carefully done, intimate and refined, they have all mod cons.
Each room is equipped with:
- Independent entrance
- Private bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Internet access
- In room continental breakfast
- Room service
- Laundry service on request
- Rooms with balcony upon request.