first structure in the summer in Rome

first structure in the summer in Rome
first structure in the summer in Rome

Robert De Niro e Nobu Matsuhisa

Nobu Hotels lands in Italy. The brand founded by the Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, together with Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, will open the first structure in our Peninsula next summer in the Capital. The Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Roma was born from the partnership with Carlo Acampora, chairman is the whole part Grand Hotel Via Veneto, which will therefore undergo a rebranding operation.

Strategically positioned in the heart of the Eternal City, the property occupies two nineteenth-century buildings and will have 122 rooms and suites, including a 500-square-meter Nobu suite. To complete the offer, a green rooftop, large spaces for private and corporate events, a City spa and a fitness center, as well as of course a Nobu restaurant (the first in Rome, also open for room service h24). Finally, the hotel will host an exclusive club lounge for listening to international music.

“I can’t hide my love for Japan and their extraordinary culture of hospitality – he comments Acampora -. I am therefore really pleased to have opened the doors of the Eternal City to the first Nobu Hotel in Italy ”.

“Rome is the world capital of gastronomy and consequently the perfect location for our brand, Nobu Hospitality – is instead the comment of Matsuhisa, De Niro e Teper -. We are really happy to work with Carlo Acampora on this extraordinary project and to bring Nobu’s famous cuisine and hospitality to Rome, for its citizens and loyal travelers from all corners of the world. We share many values ​​with Carlo, especially on the meaning of hospitality. Rome is an extraordinary mix of high culture, arts, fashion and historic architecture. And therefore we are honored now to be able to be part of the Eternal City thanks to this exciting opening! “

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