The Nazionale is exquisitely tasteful and grand in all respects. It overlooks the Piazza Montecitorio - the most photographed and filmed pedestrian square in Rome where the Roman government sits – and is housed in a noble building dating back to the 18th century. The Piazza Capranica, lies on the other side of the square creating an atmosphere of stately silence. The hotel is surrounded by spectacular scenery and only steps away from ancient treasures like the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona, the Vittoriano, and Piazza del Popolo. Rooms are rich, designed with Italian antique furniture, beautiful paintings, marble, and vaulted ceilings, and fitted with modern conveniences including private bathroom, air-conditioning, internet access, satellite and pay tv, radio, and mini-bar. Facilities include four independent halls, which can be integrated to accommodate up to 750 people: the Teatro Capranica, formerly one of the most valued late baroque theaters in Rome (750 seats), with its impressive entrance in Piazza Capranica; Capranichetta (120 seats) with an independent entrance in Piazza Montecitorio; Cristallo Hall (70 seats) and Cinema Hall (30 seats) found inside Hotel Nazionale. The outstanding Restaurant 31 al Vicario is available to hotel guests and for congressional arrangements and business conventions.