The 47 Boutique Hotel is a 4-star boutique hotel housed in a 6-storey building from the 1930s. The property is steeped in history of ancient Rome: located in the center of the Forum Boarium, a sacred and commercial area located along the left bank of the Tiber river, between the Campidoglio, Palatino and Aventino hills. The hotel is surrounded by jewels of great historical importance, such as the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin with the Bocca della Verità, the temples of Portuno and Ercole Vincitore, the Arch of Janus and the Teatro Marcello. Just a few minutes walk from the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Piazza Venezia and Via del Corso, Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto. The 6th floor houses the 47 Circus Roof Garden, an Italian restaurant and cocktail bar with a panoramic terrace overlooking the ancient Roman temples, recognized as “2 forchette Gambero Rosso”, thanks to an ever-new gourmet cuisine that enhances Mediterranean flavors. The rooms on the 5th floor tell the story of Rome, offering the possibility of a private terrace overlooking the Foro Boario and the ancient wonders of the Eternal City, an open-air living room, where it is possible to contemplate the timeless charm of the capital. The 4th floor stands out for its artistic photographs dedicated to nature and the culture of the world, from Po Chen's “Moon rise” to Bernhard Hartmann's Stuttgart library. Decorations and fabrics in bold colors complete the style of each room. The 3rd floor is dedicated to the icons of the 1960s and each room contains original objects or shots: the photo of the champion Muhammad Ali from the Daily Herald Mirror archive, the autographed poster of the Beatles or the original and autographed T-shirt worn by Pele during the 1970 World Cup. On the 2nd floor, passion becomes fashion, with colors and fabrics that recall the greats of fashion: Chanel, Versace, Lagerfeld. Here, many original photos: Gianni Versace’s shots by Helmut Newton, photos of Kate Moss by Mario Testino and those of Ron Galella who immortalize Claudia Schiffer and Christy Turlington. The 1st floor, the last renovated, houses the style of Italian design, a combination of beauty and functionality of continuous inspiration. Corradino D'Ascanio's Vespa, Alfonso Bialetti's Moka, The letter 22 and the Valentine, historic typewriters produced by Olivetti, immortal symbols that have made an era. The ground floor houses several common areas, cleverly designed to be welcoming and versatile: the cinema that can become a private meeting room for 30 people, the billiard room suitable for private dinners up to 12 people, the brightly colored lobby with fireplace, to relax at the end of the day or play chess or backgammon. Parole in Libertà Bistrot, hosts a breakfast buffet every morning with sweet and savory choices, all homemade. The internal courtyard is a quiet space surrounded by greenery, albeit in the center of a big city, where you can spend time to rest, work or have a drink. Finally, on the -1 floor, the turkish bath and super-equipped gym are at guests' complete disposal.