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Hotel de Russie

A historical hideaway at the heat of urban Rome

Plopped onto an unusual green oasis in Rome’s historic centre, the 122-key Hotel de Russie was originally erected in 1837, its name stemming from the imperial Russian clientele who frequented the hostelry, alongside famous personalities like Picasso and Cocteau (the latter once remarked that he could pick oranges from his balcony, calling the place “paradise on earth”). Aside from a refined eatery by chef Fulvio Pierangelini, the aptly named Stravinskij Bar is said to serve the best aperitivo in town.


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