Built in 1886 as a private residence, the hotel is named in the honor of Queen Margaret of Savoy who resided next door at the Palazzo Margherita. Located on the corner of the famous Via Veneto, you can close to both the old and modern Rome. You can easily walk to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, and with the city tour bus stop right in front of the hotel, you can be sure to cover all other popular attractions as well. With restaurants, shops, and a subway close up, you couldn't ask for a better location. Despite its age, the proeprty has been carefully refurbished, and the rooms today offer all mod-cons. The Savoy Hotel in the Italian capital is sure to impress you well beyond your expectations.