Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts unveils refurbished suites

The property completed refurbishments to several of its suites, with upgrades to décor and amenities in select Corner Suites and the Petronius Suite.

As part of ongoing renovations across the hotel, the Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts completed refurbishments to several of its suites, with upgrades to décor and amenities in select Corner Suites and the Petronius Suite.

There are two décor styles for the Corner Suites—one using a color palette dominated by shades of blue, while the other uses shades of red. In each case, the signature shade is accented with new furnishings and bedspreads, new window treatments and other fixtures, and new art pieces.

The Petronius Suite was refurbished to look like a private luxury apartment in Rome. As the hotel’s largest suite, the Petronius Suite has views of Rome. As part of the upgrades, the suite got a Valcucine Kitchen furnished with equipment for private dining and entertaining, along with a dining room that can seat eight guests.

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Similarly, the updated bathroom, separate shower room and Jacuzzi tub have white Carrara marble and amenities by Ferragamo. The main bedroom has a king bed. The suite can be expanded up to 5,220 square feet with the addition of the adjacent Vista Suite and three Imperial Rooms. There are also furniture by Boulle, Karl Lagerfeld sofas and artworks including the 17th-century paintings of Santa Caterina and Santa Cecilia.

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