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Parisii Luxury Relais Rome

Inspired by a sophisticated and elegant interior design, Parisii reinterprets the concept of art as a rule of hospitality in an atmosphere of refined essentiality.
This luxury Relais is located in Via della Purificazione 8, in the heart of Rome, a few minutes walk from Piazza Barberini, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain and the most important monuments of the capital.

Parisii is an unexpected oasis of tranquility immersed in the liveliness of the Eternal City; a structure designed to ensure the best stay in Rome with the aim of creating a unique experience through luxurious comfort and attentive service.

The refined spaces enriched by the works of artist Marco Victor Romano, a rich breakfast based on selected products and a personalized service make a stay in Rome a unique experience: this is Parisii’s way to interpret luxury.

The architectural project and the furnishings are made by Studio Massimiliano Morlacci Architects of Florence.

The lighting bodies – unique pieces made exclusively for Parisii – are a line of the Divisual / Morlacci / Parisii Brand designed by Massimiliano Morlacci Architects and produced in Florence by Divisual.

The Relais

The essential spaces characterized by white walls, decorated with elegant frames and an old oak parquet floor, are enriched by the colours of the upholsteries, as well as by the details of the furnishings and the colours of the bathrooms.

The search for a discreet beauty, made of imperceptible details, sobriety and clean lines permeates the soul of the facility.

Each of the five rooms of the Relais takes its name from a color: turquoise, rose, verte, sable, jaune.

The furnishings and the lighting fixtures made especially by skilled artisans have been conceived through natural and precious materials such as burnished brass, glass and lacquered wood.

The rooms have Queen bed or single beds, air conditioning, minibar, free wifi, private bathroom, 32″ LED sat Tv, bathrobe, courtesy set and direct dial telephone.

In each room as well as in the common areas show up works by artist Marco Victor Romano, who thus ideally elected Parisii to his privileged meeting place with the city of Rome.

Il Relais

The essential spaces characterized by white walls, decorated with elegant frames and an old oak parquet floor, are enriched by the colours of the upholsteries, as well as by the details of the furnishings and the colours of the bathrooms.

The search for a discreet beauty, made of imperceptible details, sobriety and clean lines permeates the soul of the facility.

Each of the five rooms of the Relais takes its name from a color: turquoise, rose, verte, sable, jaune.

The furnishings and the lighting fixtures made especially by skilled artisans have been conceived through natural and precious materials such as burnished brass, glass and lacquered wood.

The rooms have Queen bed or single beds, air conditioning, minibar, free wifi, private bathroom, 32″ LED sat Tv, bathrobe, courtesy set and direct dial telephone.

In each room as well as in the common areas show up works by artist Marco Victor Romano, who thus ideally elected Parisii to his privileged meeting place with the city of Rome.

Art

In addition to a selection of works by artist Marco Victor Romano, the relais is home to Cànone Bianco, the artist’s latest work, specifically dedicated to Parisii.

Art

In addition to a selection of works by artist Marco Victor Romano, the relais is home to Cànone Bianco, the artist’s latest work, specifically dedicated to Parisii.

Services

The staff is available to satisfy guests’ requests in order to allow the best possible stay in Rome.

Services

The staff is available to satisfy guests’ requests in order to allow the best possible stay in Rome.

Breakfast

The property offers a rich breakfast based on carefully selected fresh products to be calmly enjoyed before facing a new day at one’s best.

Breakfast

In addition to a selection of works by artist Marco Victor Romano, the relais is home to Cànone Bianco, the artist’s latest work, specifically dedicated to Parisii.

Massimiliano Morlacci

Massimiliano Morlacci was born as a photographer. He leaves Italy to pursue his dream, but once he has arrived in London, that dream has simply disappeared. So, albeit keeping on doing photography, he realizes that architecture is his path. He starts travelling the world holding a pencil and blank sheets of paper, he studies, collaborates, makes good experiences everywhere – he feels alive in any future realities to be designed.

Despite his young age, he was chosen for a pharaonic project; a site that, however, is devoid of soul, of a basic idea capable of transmitting an emotion. It is in this context that the encounter with Grazia Parisi and Alberto Grignolo takes place. They see in him the demiurge able to give life to their ideas, and thus invite him to abandon his job and cross the threshold of a place that he would soon turn into a construction site. Morlacci accepts immediately.
«When I crossed the threshold of the future Parisii, my eyes were already beyond the rubble: I simply saw it – a neutral box with very precise colour details that strongly recall each other».

A modern and design luxury relais which however, as a leitmotif, looks at the past, for instance in the tiles of the bathrooms, recovered during the works, as well as in an ancient glass window, brought to new splendor by Marco Victor Romano’s Cànone Bianco.

«Parisii is the expression of my need to give anyone a safe nest in which to land, whose silence is based on the inner one. An “elsewhere” where one feels at home».

Massimiliano Morlacci

Massimiliano Morlacci was born as a photographer. He leaves Italy to pursue his dream, but once he has arrived in London, that dream has simply disappeared. So, albeit keeping on doing photography, he realizes that architecture is his path. He starts travelling the world holding a pencil and blank sheets of paper, he studies, collaborates, makes good experiences everywhere – he feels alive in any future realities to be designed.

Despite his young age, he was chosen for a pharaonic project; a site that, however, is devoid of soul, of a basic idea capable of transmitting an emotion. It is in this context that the encounter with Grazia Parisi and Alberto Grignolo takes place. They see in him the demiurge able to give life to their ideas, and thus invite him to abandon his job and cross the threshold of a place that he would soon turn into a construction site. Morlacci accepts immediately.
«When I crossed the threshold of the future Parisii, my eyes were already beyond the rubble: I simply saw it – a neutral box with very precise colour details that strongly recall each other».

A modern and design luxury relais which however, as a leitmotif, looks at the past, for instance in the tiles of the bathrooms, recovered during the works, as well as in an ancient glass window, brought to new splendor by Marco Victor Romano’s Cànone Bianco.

«Parisii is the expression of my need to give anyone a safe nest in which to land, whose silence is based on the inner one. An “elsewhere” where one feels at home».

The meeting between Morlacci and Divisual – a company as young as its creators – happens by chance. The feeling is immediate and the final liaison occurs when Morlacci notices, in a corner, a lamp with a geometric, clean, essential design.

«It was an abandoned project, as none of the boys of the Divisual company were convinced. But I was, and that’s why that chandelier was chosen as the light source of the Parisii lobby».

Morlacci draws and Divisual realizes: they never stop dialoguing. It is from this synergy that Parisi Morlacci Divisual is born, a lighting brand tailored to the luxury relais of Via della Purificazione. It consists of lamps with a clean design that impresses with its guidelines, silent guiding thread of the architectural solutions of both the rooms and the common spaces.

Warm, punctual lights that collaborate with the environment.

«I felt the need for non-invasive lighting points, capable of transmitting not only environmental but also interior heat to all Parisii guests. A discreet lighting even at night, like a star in the heart of the Roman night. I talked about this new lighting project with Grazia Parisi and Alberto Grignolo who immediately shared it with great enthusiasm».

The meeting between Morlacci and Divisual – a company as young as its creators – happens by chance. The feeling is immediate and the final liaison occurs when Morlacci notices, in a corner, a lamp with a geometric, clean, essential design.

«It was an abandoned project, as none of the boys of the Divisual company were convinced. But I was, and that’s why that chandelier was chosen as the light source of the Parisii lobby».

Morlacci draws and Divisual realizes: they never stop dialoguing. It is from this synergy that Parisi Morlacci Divisual is born, a lighting brand tailored to the luxury relais of Via della Purificazione. It consists of lamps with a clean design that impresses with its guidelines, silent guiding thread of the architectural solutions of both the rooms and the common spaces.

Warm, punctual lights that collaborate with the environment.

«I felt the need for non-invasive lighting points, capable of transmitting not only environmental but also interior heat to all Parisii guests. A discreet lighting even at night, like a star in the heart of the Roman night. I talked about this new lighting project with Grazia Parisi and Alberto Grignolo who immediately shared it with great enthusiasm».

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