Traditionally Italian, yet beautifully international – just like its founder, Salvatore Ferragamo. Lungarno Collection is a tribute to the history, elegance and refined craftsmanship of Tuscany offering splendid luxury at classic and contemporary hotels.
Known to those who are truly in the know, you would be forgiven for mistaking it for a private members club – the entrance is that discreet located behind the Ferragamo store. moments from the Spanish Steps in Via Condotti. Lungarno Collection have created somewhere with understated opulence, cloaked in the finest of fabrics and materials with a longstanding team dedicated to personalising every moment of the guest’s experience.
Portrait Roma is filled with touching memorabilia of Salvatore Ferragamo from pencil drawings, sketches and even the exquisitely original shoe designs that great actresses requested. We even spotted the first invoice to one particular loyal client, Ms Marilyn Monroe.
Bar with a view
The roof terrace at the top of the Italian Townhouse offers not just enchanting views of the Spanish Steps and the Eternal City but with it’s open fire, floral delights, soft romantic lighting in the evening and an honesty bar thrown in… it really does show that Italians Do It Better.
Time for bed
• 14 superb luxury suites starting from 33 sqm to 80 sqm
• Services include everything you would expect and more from a rainbow of Nespresso capsules and machine, selection of teas and microwave
* The Lifestyle Managers also go so far as to personalise each guest’s mini bar to adding the preferred choice of milk and the favourite brand of water – where else does that happen as standard?
• Pillow and sheet menus
• High tech not only includes complimentary wifi but also TV LCD, Bose Bluetooth Sound System, Mobile Apple Watch & Phone Cable Rechargers, Mini Ipad 3G Connected
• Complimentary on line newspapers: USA Today, The Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times
And one more thing
A certain social media guru spent his honeymoon here and no wonder, the discretion and intimacy of Portrait Roma means guests don’t Like to Share.