The stunning facade of Hotel Raphael Rome is covered in a cascade of woodbine and bouganvillea. Launched as a hotel in 1963 by Spartaco Vannoni (1922-1980), the Hotel Raphael is a real museum of art: paintings, lithographs, sculptures, antiquarian artifacts, a valuable collection of Picasso ceramics and Mayan art may be seen throughout the lobby. Overlooking the roofs, the terrace Bramante is waiting for you to enjoy gastronomic cuisine while contemplating the magnificent view of the eternal city.
The hotel is located just a few steps from Piazza Navona amidst some of the world's most admired monuments: the Pantheon, St. Peter's and the Vatican, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the Colosseum.
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