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Enter into the PiazzadiSpagna9 experience

Art, Design, Hospitality as in a private exclusive Italian Mansion.

In the beating heart of Rome

facing the marvellous Spanish Steps and few steps from the main shopping streets of the City

Only 6 Suites all different in style

Imaginative decor makes every room a Masterpiece.

'One of the 7 luxury Hotels

to visit once in your life'
Vogue Living

'An innovative blend of gallery and Boutique hotel

where art and design can be experienced for a short time or acquired for a permanent collection'

Former historical residence

of a renowned Austrian artist

Live art and design Exibitions during your journey

A dedicated concierge

make your journey unforgettable

Shop our design

bespoke art design Made in Italy

Indulge in our Spagna lounge

Celebrate unique occasion

PiazzadiSpagna9 | Suites • Art • Design

In the heart of Rome, on the third floor of a classic building overlooking Piazza di Spagna, is an Exclusive Property and a Gallery. PiazzadiSpagna9 welcomes you with warm hospitality and conviviality to an enfolding suite of six private guest rooms, an eclectic living room and a Wellness Center in 400m2 of an historic private building. Art installations, bespoke pieces and limited edition artworks make it a real Global Art Gallery, constantly evolving, where you can take home the piece that have touched you. The new place in town to see and be seen. Where space and time have no boundaries, where happiness is not an aim but a side effect.

Piazzadispagna9, the new character of Rome.

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PiazzadiSpagna9 | Rome | Maiorano Exhibtion

Maiorano Exhibtion

The well known artist Serafino Maiorano returns to exhibit at Piazzadispagna9 with a new sole exhibition, entitled Kaleidoscope.
PiazzadiSpagna9 | Rome | Spanish Steps

Spanish Steps

Piazzadispagna9 writes a new page in this area, standing sentinel over the Piazza, merging seamlessly with the art and haute couture district whilst peering coyly at the roofs of the ancient shops of Via Margutta.

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