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The original building dates back to the 16th century, when it was built to serve as guest quarters for the nearby palazzo of the illustrious Torlonia family. Visiting friends and compatriots of the poet John Keats, who lived in Piazza di Spagna, stayed there, and when the building became a hotel in 1845 it took the name Hotel d’Angleterre. Since that time the hotel has built a reputation as the preferred Roman base for an elite international clientele.
Rooms at the D’Inghilterra Hotel come with crystal chandeliers, antique furniture and marble bathrooms. Each is air-conditioned and features a flat-screen satellite TV, minibar and safe.