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Six Senses Rome – Roman Bath Art

Six Senses Rome – Roman Bath Art

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Palazzo Salviati Cesi Mellini, home to Six Senses Rome, is a historic building whose history dates back to the 15th century. Over the centuries it has been further expanded and is named after the prominent families who once resided here. The original facade and monumental staircase have been lavishly restored by Six Senses to preserve the priceless heritage of the Palazzo in its origin. The façade of the neighboring church of San Marcello al Corso, paragon of Italian Baroque, has also undergone extensive restoration. As Six Senses Rome’s first sustainability project, demonstrating its commitment to the local community.

Six Senses Rome brings internationally renowned wellness formula to the Eternal City

Traditional Cocciopesto stucco and travertine limestone from the region were used in the design of the 96 guest rooms and suites. They are all refined and cozy, infused with patterns and graphic elements, staying true to the brand’s love of authenticity. With its airy rooms, sunny terraces, high ceilings and historic bay windows, the emphasis is on well-being and conviviality.

Six Senses Spa brings its internationally renowned wellness formula to the Eternal City. Where, of course, respect is paid to the legendary history of the Roman bath. Three plunge pools recreate the Calidarium, Tepidarium and Frigidarium. During the 60-minute journey, the soothing warmth relieves inflammation and relaxes and regenerates the muscles. An enchanting relief inspired by the myth of Daphne and Apollo adorns the walls and brings to life past Roman times.

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