Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Rome

Acanto Day Spa
Follow up an exhausting shopping trip with a relaxing treatment at the luxurious Acanto spa...
Diesel
La Rosetta
Massimo Riccioli's lauded fish restaurant feels like a ship inside, all wooden portholes and white tablecloths, and the most comprehensive list of Mediterranean aquatic creatures imaginable.
Hotel Indigo Rome – St. George
On the quieter end of the peaceful and beautiful cobblestoned Via Giulia lies this comfortable, minimal hotel, the ideal spot to explore the vivacious Piazza Na
Furla
Looking for classic accessories? Head to Furla.
Pupina
This bistro, with its white wicker chairs, lovely lighting and touches of blue and red, has a fresh and bright, almost French feeling.
Iceberg
Stand out from the crowd, ladies, with clothes from Iceberg.
Casa Manni
A posh penthouse apartment in Centro Storico, Casa Manni would have even the most discerning guest feeling right at home.
Pierluigi
Pierluigi caters to the dreams of those seeking a picture-postcard Roman holiday, and indeed everyone seems to have a soft spot for this dependable restaurant.
Duke’s
This lively bar/restaurant is where the city's young professionals gather.
Armani Jeans
Delectable designer denim...
Hogan
Hogan is the place if you fancy buying your own pair of bowling shoes. Why not get a new handbag as well while you're at it?
Boscolo Palace
There's comfort in old-world style, which is exactly what Rome Palace offers.
Regina Baglioni
If the Italians know one thing, it's style. Case in point is the Regina Hotel Baglioni in Rome, which has lashings of the stuff with a location in Via Veneto that's just a stone's throw away from the world-renowned fashion street of Via Condotti.
Stravinskij Bar
If you don't manage to rent a room alongside George and Brad in the timelessly glamorous Hotel de Russie, slip confidently into the bar for an early evening, or
Josephine de Huertas & Co
A favourite with the fashionistas in the know.
LOL Moda Arte Design
A shop and an exhibition space? Ooh-la-la.
Al Bric
Officially a wine and cheese emporium, Al Bric goes above and beyond.
Only Hearts
From the romance of silky under-things, to the sensuality of silky outer-things, Only Hearts has it all.
Hugo Boss
Look suave in Hugo Boss.
Il Tempio di Iside
Pricey, but one of Rome's best seafood restaurants.
Joia
Located near the Giardini Pubblici and Piazza delle Repubblica stylish Joia is a popular choice for lunch and dinner.
Obikà
Considered to be the first mozzarella bar in the world, Obika' serves soft, succulent mozzarella di bufala fresh every day from Campania in a variety of incarna
Dior
Couture and ready-to-wear from Dior.
La Terrazza dell’Eden
Boasting possibly the most heart-pinchingly lovely view of Rome, La Terazza restaurant is on the top floor of the Hotel Eden.
Hotel Eden
The lovely Hotel Eden is a paradise lost amid the city's other more brazen design hotels.
St. Regis Rome
Enjoy high tea under the chandelier with a bevvy of international arbiters of good taste.
Galleria Santa Cecilia
This is another popular, minimalist bookshop and wine bar of the style that's infesting Roman drinking haunts of late.
Vinarium
A candlelit temple to gastronomic adventures - sit down and strap yourself in for some sensory explosions.

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