Hotel Lord Byron is a picture perfect luxury boutique hotel in the heart of the residential area of Parioli, Rome, ideal for those looking for the best in Italian hospitality and style. Honeymooners, couples and families are all welcome at this 1930's villa, just a few minutes from the Villa Borghese Park and not far from the chic shopping street Via Veneto. The restaurant Sapori del Lord Byron has a relaxing atmosphere and the Il Salotto lounge and wine bar is a cosy place to enjoy a glass of champagne or Italian cocktail before heading out to watch the fashionable Italians stroll the streets of Rome. Art Deco artists Maurice Paul Joron and Nicholas Granger Taylor have been permanent exhibitors at the hotel for nearly a century making Hotel Lord Byron the atmospheric hotel it is today. The 32 rooms and suites have all been restored to represent the 1930's period and decorated with original masterpieces inspired by one of the prominent figures of the time, Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann.
A complimentary buffet breakfast is served every morning at Hotel Lord Byron and includes homemade croissants, bread and jams, natural cereals, fresh seasonal fruit and eggs made to order. Guests have a choice of freshly-squeezed seasonal Sicilian orange, grapefruit and tangerine juice and exquisite, freshly ground Italian coffees. Breakfast is served exclusively for hotel guests between 7.00am and 10.30am. The restaurant Sapori del Byron has a seasonal menu which focuses on Italy's rich and varied produce from the Mediterranean sea, the acres of olive groves, orchards and vineyards from all over Italy. Exceptional international wines have also been carefully chosen by the professional sommelier who is on hand to advise. Winner of Wine Spectator Magaine's 'Award of Excellence' 2013.