Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts redesigns only executive club in Rome

The lounge now has a fresh look with brand new décor, including new carpeting, curtains and furniture.

Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts completed the renovation of its Imperial Club Lounge. Exclusively available to guests staying on the hotel’s Imperial Club floor, the lounge now has a fresh look with brand new décor, including new carpeting, curtains and furniture. There is also a refurbished buffet corner, and the private display of ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s costumes.

The Imperial Club’s private balcony provides a unique vantage point above Rome, allowing guests to soak up breathtaking city views as they enjoy the lounge’s amenities. Guests utilizing the balcony during colder months can bundle up with warm throws provided in the lounge.

The Imperial Club is the only executive club in Rome.

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Following suit on this latest refurbishment, Rome Cavalieri is gearing up to unveil additional property-wide upgrades in the coming months, including a total renovation of its Petronius Suite (opening this March) and refreshment of several Corner Suites. The hotel’s fitness center inside the Cavalieri Grand Spa Club is also set to complete final refurbishments, as is the Tiepolo Terrace.

 

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