Architecturally a hotel of two halves, Palazzo Naiadi has 238 rooms and suites evenly divided between the crescent-shaped palace built by Gaetano Koch in 1887 that faces Piazza della Repubblica; and its adjoining wing, once a grain store built for the Vatican by Pope Clement XI in 1705. Some of the original timbers can be seen in this atmospheric wing, while the rooms in the newer building enjoy high ceilings, many with views across the piazza.
With the exception of three contemporary Executive Suites, our rooms and suites have been designed in neoclassical style in elegant shades of new and old gold. Walk in and relish the space. Surrounded by silk wallhangings, rich brocade curtains, inlaid furniture and accents of gilt and bronze, you will know you have arrived in Rome. All our rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and we offer the guaranteed best available rate.