Located in the heart of the historical city center of Rome, just a few minutes walking distance from the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, "The Code" is a new and elegant 4-star hotel, whose architectural characteristics are inextricably related to the historical events of the city and of the territory in which it is placed.

The building

The building that houses The Code Hotel stands on the part of territory known in ancient Rome with the toponym of Horti Luculliani, as proved by some evidences of masonry works that surface on the second floor of the hotel, probable remains of the ancient terraces that affected the slopes of the Pincio.


After a period of poor attendance during the Middle Ages, the area will be invested with a new interest by the work of Pope Sisto V, who will commission the architect Domenico Fontana to build the "Strada Felice", now Via Sistina, the main artery of his urban project that from the apse of Santa Maria Maggiore connected the south-east area of the city with Trinità dei Monti.


The construction of Via Sistina, however, aroused the construction initiative of few noble families and left space to a less sophisticated architecture and therefore more suitable to accommodate the cultural and artistic ferment of what was the first stage of tourism in history: the Grand Tour.


The structure runs through a territory that naturally evokes hospitality, the first old inn dates back 150 years; combining art, history and culture Hotel The Code stands as a trait d'union between a past of luxury & elegance and a present in which hospitality is enhanced by high quality services and the pleasure of discovery.