The Hotel Splendide Royale’s signature 7th floor restaurant offers magnificent views of the Vatican Gardens and the Villa Borghese, along with expertly-crafted, Michelin-starred cuisine.

The Mirabelle is among the best restaurants in town thanks to the class and undisputed professionalism of Bruno Borghesi. The restaurant is a privileged meeting point among the Italian and International “bel mondo”. The restaurant is located on the hotel’s 7th floor, where huge glass terrace doors open out onto a view of breathtaking beauty: a panorama which sweeps across the city from the 19th century palaces of Pinciano, Villa Medici, Trinità dei Monti all the way to Saint Peter’s and to the Gianicolo. Eyes but also taste buds are rewarded during what is an undeniably unique dining experience.

The Mirabelle has all the perfect ingredients to ensure guests enjoy a truly magical dining experience: an elegant and beautifully furnished ambience in which to relax, impeccable service, and exquisite dishes to savour whilst admiring an enchanting panorama. The luxurious decor, soft lighting, fresh flowers, precious crystal, glass vases and antique porcelains, that meticulous attention to detail which, combined with excellent food, guarantees guests the very best that Italian hospitality has to offer.


The Hotel Splendide Royal

The Hotel Splendide Royal in Rome is a luxury five star hotel, designed to be royal, luxurious and the same stature of the most accredited hotels in Europe.

Located in the noble centre of Rome, a city which historically was and is once again an intersection of cultures and communication.

After more than one year of skilled re-structuring, this 19th century palace once headquarters of the Roman Maronite community – only a stroll away from Via Veneto – today it is a luxury hotel and, in its own way, a symbol of the changes taking place within the Capital City’s fine tradition of hospitality.

Recently baptized Splendide by guests themselves, the hotel is “toutcourt”, full of that warmth and familiarity found usually only among friends. Guests appreciate the richness in style and the wide spaces – in distinct contrast with the typical present-day minimalism governing most new hotels’ interior decor and design.


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