The Six Senses Rome is located within the Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, close to historic sites like the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain in the city centre.
The lobby of the Six Senses Rome is an open social space with multiple seating areas
Adjacent to the Church of San Marcello al Corso, the building was first constructed in the 15th century before being updated in the 18th-century baroque style by architect Tomaso De Marchis.
An impressive central staircase and the building’s main UNESCO-listed facade, which overlooks the
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