The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel
The Iconic Pantheon Hotel was born from the desire to provide a more specific hospitality experience among high-end hotels in Rome, returning to the city a historic building with a renewed value. Hence the idea to ensure adequate market positioning, to propose the partnership to Marriott and, in agreement with the hotel group, to entrust the architectural design and interior design to Studio Marco Piva.
The idea was to create mini-apartments, with the functionality and services of a luxury hotel. The rooms, with a contemporary design, are characterised by soft wood panelling covered in leather along all the walls. Studio Marco Piva has developed an intense work of chromatic variation, giving each of the 5 floors its own specific identity, through different colours. Five floors in which the 79 bright and spacious rooms are distributed, which are divided into 10 classic, 22 superior, 29 deluxe and 18 suites. Everything was created by Horo based on the architect’s project: from the aforementioned leather panelling that act as headboards, to the contemporary design armchairs complete with footrest poufs, from the “Messalina” type daybed with revisited lines to the bed benches, from the side tables in glass and gilded metal to the buffet furniture in the living room with marble top. Horo also supplied the cabinets, which were conceived as minimal and autonomous units, aggregated in vertical blocks resting on a common base. In the suites, the wardrobe system also offers specialised units such as mini-bar, wine cellar, tea and coffee corner and safe. The contemporary luxury inside the Pantheon is perfectly configured in the condition of well-being offered in the common areas: in the seating of the Restaurants on the ground floor and on the roof floor, as well as in the conversation and relaxation areas of the Reception and Lobby Bar. A fruitful and efficient collaboration that saw Horo being totally at ease in a complex project from all points of view: technical, stylistic, qualitative and last but not least of reliability in timing, respecting the very tight deliveries required by the client.