The bold and the beautiful historic hall at Leon's Place, Rome
Arriving at night to Leon's Place — where the evening is just beginning
Strike a pose in the dramatic and theatrically-inspired interiors of the lounge
The bar designed to make you look glamorous and want to stay awhile
The sun and the stars are yours in a room at the top
Light is in the details...
Perfect harmony of design where the fine detailing of neoclassic architecture provides just the right stage for modern Italian interiors, all with a touch of glamour.
Leon’s Place is a small Neoclassic building, dating from the 19th century, located in one of Central Rome’s historic neighborhoods. This former palazzo is architecturally rich in detail and retains much of its original character.
While the hotel is small and intimate, the public spaces on the ground floor are spacious and irresistible. The historic grand hall has great height, polished Italian marble floors, and finely-detailed, architectural pilasters and moldings. To this all-white, artistiicly stylish space, add deep-toned, modern Italian furnishings, velvet drapes, and glittering chandeliers. The selection and location of fixtures and color add dramatic accent. It is as though the main hall lounge is the stage and the guests are the stars of the show. Very effective, whether intended or not.
At the far end of the main hall is the hotel bar/lounge, the Visionnaire Café. It is visible from a distance and immediately attracts attention with its colored-glass mosaics and eye-catching suspended lighting. Throughout the day, cocktails, snacks and coffee service are provided. The design is modern, sexy, and striking. It has a nightclub atmosphere and takes on that persona in the evenings. There is no dinner service.
Leon’s Place has 56 rooms all featuring cool grey colors, smooth finishes, and crisp clean lines. Some rooms have private balconies and unusually high ceilings with tall windows.
The hip lounge in the hotel lobby is a great place to meet friends or business associates. There are also two dedicated meeting rooms accommodating a variety of seating arrangements and audio/visual communications. All of these spaces can be independently catered.
Image source: Leon’s Place
Via XX Settembre 90/94