This former liberty villa dating from the early 1900’s rests on a secluded street lined with oak and orange trees in the elegant and lush residential area of Parioli northeast of the Villa Borghese, and is surrounded by the homes of consulates and diplomats. The Degli Aranci is the embodiment of the expression of the search for a new and modern figurative style in an area where industrial development has been faster and more advanced than elsewhere. Most rooms have tall windows offering views of the eternal city and may come with provincial furnishings or English reproductions; all come with shower-only bathrooms. Facilities include the restaurant "I Lecci" which is divided into two parts, a bright well-lit air conditioned veranda and an "Orange Grove Terrace" where guests may sample a cuisine that changes with the seasons and follows the traditions of the Mediterranean. This hotel has it all and more with excellent restaurants (from elegant and expensive to simple and economical), as well as parks and neighborhood areas where you can take pleasant strolls and get a feel for what the everyday life of Romans is really like.