One of Italy’s biggest draws is its cuisine, and Six Senses Rome doesn’t disappoint. At Bivium (meaning ‘a place where two ways meet’ in Latin), enjoy all-day dining with an open kitchen that spills out into the courtyard. Partially supplied by the fruit, vegetable and herb garden on the roof with local Rome producers filling in the gaps, Bivium’s menu will be half plant-based (unique for Italy), with a focus on showcasing seasonality.
Or, head up to the roof of the Palazzo where you’ll find a secret garden escape offering tempting bites and creative sips surrounded by unparalleled panoramic views.
After a long day exploring the city, visit the Six Senses Spa which is a modern take on the ancient art of Roman bathing, bringing its trademark wellness formula to life whilst respecting centuries past. With its very own set of Roman baths (a caldarium, tepidarium and frigidarium) as well as five treatment rooms for therapies using all-natural products, you’re sure to leave feeling restored. Beyond this, there’s a biohacking room that uses smart tech to ease any aches, a Hammam, sauna, outdoor yoga deck, and fitness centre.