Rome is well known, has a particular fascination as the eternal city and it is an excellent place in which dreaming becomes mandatory and natural. With this magic, it hosts a redevelopment project of which the main objective is the combination of tradition and modernity, history and future. Hence the idea of Hotel Indigo, that opened for the first time in Italy a few days ago in the enchanting setting of Via Giulia.
Hotel Indigo aims to reflect the style of the neighborhood in which it stands, as at some point artists and craftsmen of Via Giulia had made it the Temple for their shops and stores. The atmospheric Via Giulia, as the entire Ward Rule, has a history apart from a city within a city. The road, which takes its name from Pope Julius II, who commissioned its creation in Donato Yearn, through the heart of the entire city and although it is still incomplete is now considered one of the most important projects of urban redevelopment of the Renaissance and one of the favorite places of Romans for their classic walks.
The relaxed atmosphere, the small boutiques of the craftsmen who even now are located in Via Giulia side by side in modern art galleries is what make this road to be today a melting pot of tradition and innovation, craftsmanship and art.
The Hotel Indigo continues and turns this story your way, immersing itself perfectly within the context of giving to it an extra touch, unique and unrepeatable. Hotel guests can enjoy the opportunity to stumble in one of the many art galleries or be pampered in the hotel where time seems to have stopped.
Within the 64 rooms at Hotel Indigo Rome – St. George you can find the artistic charm of the neighborhood and architectural elements that are typical of the Renaissance as the arches and stone walls, but also the most typical elements of modern design perfectly matched and never trivial.
But in order not to miss anything, Hotel Indigo offers its guests the opportunity to relax in the spa and keep in shape while on vacation with an indoor gym in the same building, or relax on the terrace from which you can see that from here, Rome can really be called The Great Beauty.