Seated in the heart of Rome on the fashionable Via del Corso, you’ll experience the best of this ancient city with all the modern comforts you could desire at Corso 281. In the morning, eat breakfast under the Mediterranean sun in view of the magnificent Altare della Patria. At night, sleep just down the block from the Palazzo Bonaparte, the former home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s mother.
Originally built as a private palace in the 18th century, Corso 281 will make you feel right at home. The exterior boasts gorgeous stonework, while the interior is comfortable and modern. The owner has even partnered with local galleries to put artwork in every suite.
You’ll have everything you need no matter the suite you choose. Bulgari toiletries, hypoallergenic sheets (just in case), and marble bathrooms – need we say more?
Corso 281’s team of lifestyle experts are eager to help curate your ideal Roman experience. You’ll satisfy all of your senses visiting Rome’s numerous art galleries, tasting delicious local eats, and scouting out the most ‘gram-worthy spots.
This city is a runner’s paradise. Ask the concierge for maps of jogging routes that they created in collaboration with local personal trainers. If you’re up to the climb, the Colle del Gianicolo is a must-see – offering breathtaking, expansive views of the entire city.
All the grandeur of Rome is at your feet. Enjoy the warm Mediterranean breeze as you stroll down to the Colosseum, throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, or spend a starlit evening walking the cobblestone streets of nearby Trastevere.