GRAND HOTEL PLAZA ROME
As well as its favored location in Rome and its splendid architectural features, the Grand Hotel Plaza can also claim its extraordinary greenery as another of its appealing features. The building is captivated by the floral embrace of the gardens on its two large panoramic terraces surrounding fifth floor.
TERRAZZA DEI LIMONI (LEMON TERRACE)
Shrouded in the aroma of its citrus plants, the Lemon Terrace on the fifth floor of the hotel overlooks, on one side, Trinità dei Monti, Villa Medici, La Casina Valadier and Villa Borghese and on the other, the Cupola of the Church of Saints Ambrogio and Carlo al Corso, which is almost within touching distance, as well as the rooftops and cupolas of the Eternal City.
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terrazza degli Ulivi (OLIVE TERRACE)
The Olive Terrace is another of the Grand Hotel Plaza's truly enchanting locations where the aromas of the ancient plant intermingle with those inebriating scents from the flowers with which it is adorned. The Olive Terrace is also on the fifth floor of the Hotel and offers some stunning views of Rome's major monuments such as Trinità dei Monti, Villa Medici, Casina Valadier and Villa Borghese but also provides glimpses of the Quirinale Palace, Piazza Venezia and so much more, all shrouded in the type of atmosphere that only Rome knows how to provide. The Olive Terrace is currently reserved for receptions, banquets, private parties or any other event you might wish to organise at the hotel.
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