Hotel Bernini Bristol inauguration dates back to October 28, 1874, when it was called «The Bristol» in honour of the First Baronet of Bristol, the Protestant Bishop of Bristol, who lived in the 18th century. This name was later coupled with the world-famous Baroque artist Bernini who sculpted the Triton Fountain in Piazza Barberini, situated right in front of the hotel.
Guest Rooms and Suites
The Hotel Bernini Bristol offers its guest 127 accommodations including 15 suite. Each accommodation offers a different décor and it is completely soundproofed, a setting for a pleasant repose while in Rome. Some especially refined apartments open onto a unique panorama of the monuments and domes of the Eternal City.
Restaurants and Bar
Giuda ballerino!: With the arrival of celebrity chef Andrea Fusco and his restaurant Giuda ballerino! a new star shines on the most beautiful terrace in Rome. The owners of the historic hotel entered into this new partnership between Sina Hotels and Andrea Fusco to offer guests new levels of gastronomic excellence. Which means the highest quality products, the appealing new look of the restaurant and the chance to delight in the beauty of the Eternal City and Fusco’s art as he leads guests into a world of effortless conviviality.
American Bar “Bristol”: An elegant corner where to relax having a special drink.