luxury Guest House in Rome

Domus Via Veneto in Rome center

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Welcome to Domus Via Veneto
Luxury Guest House in Rome

The Domus Via Veneto is a small luxurious tourist residence situated in a historic palace a few steps away from one of the most famous streets of Rome, Via Veneto, immortalized by Federico Fellini in his renowned 1960 movie “La Dolce Vita”.

The Domus Via Veneto Luxury Guest House is in a central though quiet location, close to the largest park in Rome, Villa Borghese, to Piazza Barberini, to the Spanish Steps, where you can find all the great brands that made the Italian fashion famous all over the world, to the Trevi Fountain, to the Via del Corso, the long and elegant road that joins the monumental Piazza Venezia to the spectacular Piazza del Popolo.
This privileged location makes the Domus Via Veneto the ideal place for your stay in Rome, whether you visit the city for business or for leisure, or both.

Each room at the Domus Via Veneto is dedicated to a great Italian painter, a tribute to those who made Italy, and Rome particularly, the favourite destination of cultural tourism and an invitation to know better that great city museum called Rome.
All the rooms of the Domus Via Veneto are located on the 4th floor of a historic and elegant building in Via Toscana n°1, within few steps from Via Veneto, one of the most famous street in the world.

Via Veneto street winds its way from the Piazza Barberini (with Bernini's fountain Fontana del Tritone) to the Porta Pinciana at the relaxing Villa Borghese gardens and the Borghese Gallery, the world famous museum of antique art, housing important collections of paintings, sculptures and antiquities.
Characteristic of the area are the covered outdoor cafes on wide sidewalks, designer shops and beautiful 19th century villas. A prime example is the building which hosts the US Embassy, located just in front of our Guest House. This elegant building was formerly the private residence of the Ludovisi family, the original owners of most of the Via Veneto area.