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Hotel Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Hotel Review: Reflecting the city it inhabits, this lavish Sofitel melds Rome’s antique charms with modern conveniences. The hotel itself is a national monument; in fact, you can breakfast in the stables where Caravaggio once slept. Later, relax in the stylish bar or sip tea in the sophisticated English-style library. At the top-floor restaurant, La Terrasse, chef Giuseppe D’Alessio’s Mediterranean cuisine is served against a backdrop of Rome's distinctive domed cityscape. Guest rooms are done in rich, warm colors and come with gleaming marble bathrooms. The selection of more than 100 accommodations ranges from classic guest rooms to three penthouse suites with private terraces. For your business needs, the hotel has three meetings rooms; in addition, a range of business services are available, from video equipment to translation services. The hotel also has Wi-Fi and a business center. For those who want to tour the city, nearby attractions include museums, historical monuments, opera houses and botanical gardens. And if you need a night off from the kids, babysitting service is available.