This 4 star hotel is located in the city centre of Rome and was established in 1886. It is close to the Piazza Di Spagna and the nearest station is Barberini.
Situated in a austere and elegant Umberto I style palazzo in via Veneto, very close to the most famous monuments in the center of Rome, like Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, this four star Hotel was built in 1886 as a luxurious upper class accommodation. Its name is a tribute to Queen Margaret of Savoy who in the early 20th century stayed in Rome at the palazzo Margherita next door. The Hotel Savoy made history as the "historical hotel of the March on Rome", and was chosen for the interiors of Federico Fellini's film "Ginger and Fred". Today, following the renovation of its facade in 1999, the building has a rather reserved, discreet and elegant look, which fits perfectly with the comfortable accommodation and style that the Hotel Savoy offers its guests.