Terrazza Nainer, located inside Palazzo Nainer, is a panoramic space where guests can enjoy tapas and signature drinks, from aperitif to after dinner.
Inside the beautiful Palazzo Nainer – an ancient palace purchased from a private estate, renovated in 2018, and then turned into a four-star hotel – lies an atmospheric terrace with a panoramic view of Piazza del Popolo and incredible glimpses of Rome’s rooftops, close to Villa Borghese: Terrazza Nainer.
A Glimpse from Terrazza Nainer
The terrace, already fully operational since last year, is located on the fifth floor of the structure and accommodates up to 60 covers unlike the one located on the top floor, which can accommodate up to a maximum of 30 people. A new space to admire Rome in total relaxation, from aperitif to after dinner.
Each day in fact, from 4 p.m. to midnight, the offering is smart with high-quality tapas like hummus and hot pita; guacamole and tacos; local cheeses and cold cuts; seaweed balls tzatziki sauce; tiramisu and Sicilian cannoli, – a format led by Restaurant Manager Giorgia Capriotti.
Accompanying the kitchen’s tastings are as many as 10 signature drinks including two non-alcoholic for an inclusive and varied offering with cocktails such as Cool – gin, maraschino liqueur, mint leaves, lemon juice, Falernum syrup; Trendy – tequila, passion fruit liqueur, lime juice, and lychee syrup; Posh – apple juice, apple syrup, lemon juice, sprite; Modern – pistachio, coconut milk, lime juice.
Bar Manager Kim Fulgencio is leading the mixology corner, originally from Malaysia, he brings his talents which have earned him notoriety in the industry as well as awards. The wine list is tailor-made to satisfy anyone who wants to indulge in a moment of elegant refinement, from aperitif to after-dinner: 30 niche labels and a wide selection of bubbles between Franciacorta and Champagne.
Palazzo Nainer is an elegant Boutique Hotel located in the heart of Rione Campo Marzio, precisely in the historic Via del Babuino, a famous luxury shopping street, among boutiques and art galleries—a location close to Piazza del Popolo and a few steps from the Spanish Steps.
The palace, built in 1821 by renowned architect Giuseppe Valadier, is to this day an example of contemporary elegance and history. The property boasts a striking roof garden where you can admire the historic center of Rome. Many of the comfortable rooms, all small masterpieces of design, also feature a private balcony with a view. A gym and sauna are also available to guests, as well as an American bar. An ideal address for those who want to have a well-rounded experience of the Eternal City.
Photo Credits: Giulio Di Gregorio