THE TREVI FOUNTAIN
Our guest house is named after Rome’s world famous fountain; the enchanting Trevi Fountain, celebrated in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita and widely considered one of the most romantic spots in Rome.
This Baroque masterpiece was designed in 1732 by Nicola Salvi and depicts Neptune’s chariot being pulled by sea horses led by Triton. The name “Trevi” refers to the three roads (“tre vie”) which meet at the fountain.
The 1955 film ‘Three Coins in the Fountain’ popularised throwing coins in to the water to ensure a return to Rome.
At the Relais Trevi 41 guests can expect the following appealing guest house qualities:
Great location in the centre of Rome
Friendly multilingual staff speaking English, French and Spanish
Spacious elegant rooms with comfort guaranteed
Modern conveniences such as free internet and wide screen LCD TV
Excellent competitive prices