The Dimora Frattina is a luxury Guest House located on the first floor of an historic building overlooking the elegant Via Frattina and very close to the magnificent Spanish Steps.
We are in the heart of the eternal city, a few steps away from some of Rome’s most popular places: Via del Corso, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Venezia, the Trevi Fountain and the Parliament House.
This is the place where the monumental and baroque side of Rome combine with the greatest names in the fashion industry.
Parallel to Via Frattina you can find Via Condotti, the fashion street with the elegant Caffè Greco and at a short distance Via Margutta, the picturesque street of the artists where also Federico Fellini used to live. Therefore the Dimora Frattina is just a short walk away from the most popular tourist and cultural sites in Rome.
Plunge into the beauties of the city centre and you will truly understand why Rome, starting from the XVIII century, has been the key city of the Grand Tour which has enchanted artists and intellectuals coming from all over the world to discover the treasures of the eternal city.
Our elegant rooms offer you a warm and inviting atmosphere: parquet floors, walls in Pompeian red with period moldings, ivory lacquered furniture, bathrooms with a boiserie made in Italian classic tiles.
Moreover Dimora Frattina can provide to its guests travelling for business fully-equipped and comfortable day offices for a full working day, an afternoon or just an hour. Our smart Business Centre is located only ten minutes away from the house in the elegant Via del Babuino. You can choose from a wide range of services: multilingual secretary; workspaces with broadband connection, printer and telephone; meeting rooms with flat screen or video projector for presentations and small conferences; translation and interpreting services.
A WALK IN THE HEART OF ROMAN RENAISSANCE Just a couple of steps from Dimora Frattina you will find, on your left, Via del Corso. Once on Via del Corso, go right for a closer view of Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina and its church, one of the oldest basilicas of Christian worship.
THE STREETS FOR SHOPPING Take Via Borgognona right from Dimora Frattina and you will arrive in Via Condotti, the so-called “fashion queen” of the streets. In 1905 the Bulgari jewelers opened the first store here.
THE PARK WHERE NEOCLASSICAL MEETS BAROQUE From Dimora Frattina head to Piazza di Spagna. Go up the stairway of Trinita dei Monti, turn left and walk along the wall of Villa Medici until you arrive at the beginning of Viale dell’Obelisco.