The Hotel Victoria saves the best for last on its roof. All our guests are surprised when they step out onto the unexpected - a roof garden – and the largest roof garden in Rome in which you can enjoy Italian cuisine. In the summer months the chefs conjure up delicious dishes and grilled delicacies to delight the both the eye and the palate between roses and camellias, lemon trees and palms, bougainvillea, jasmine and gardenias. At the bar you can enjoy a cappuccino in the afternoon, an aperitif in the early evening and then a nightcap before retiring to your room.
Visitors to the Eternal City can choose from more than 1,000 hotels, and one of these is the Hotel Victoria. This traditional hotel has been putting out the welcome mat for its guests for more than 100 years – and this remarkable history is mainly due to the patience, perseverance and quality awareness of one Swiss family.
Rome is known as the Eternal City – and quite rightly so, as no other city has such a high density of architectural testimonies to the past two and a half millennia. Many artists from across Europe have painted this unique urban landscape. Around 500 of these paintings are hanging on all storeys of the Hotel Victoria.