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TRAVEL - INTERVIEW

Interview with Bruno Molaioli, Managing Director at Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites offers different experiences to its guests since 2015 with five different suites option on the top floor of a 19th-century building in the center of Rome. I talked to Bruno Molaioli about Rarity Suites and Rome.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy - Suite Pincio

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy - Suite Pincio

TRAVEL - INTERVIEW

by Beren Dere

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Villa Medici, Valadier, Pincio, Canova, and Ripetta are five different concept suites designed by Rossella Reale. When you step out of the door of the Rarity Suites you can see the advantages of the central location of this guest house. Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps, and Via di Ripetta are just around the corner. And if you want, you can enjoy the view of Rome from the terrace of the building without ever going out. In order to learn more information about Rarity Suites, their services, and Rome, I talked to Bruno Molaioli, Managing Director at Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Bruno Molaioli, Managing Director at Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Bruno, before start to talking about Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy, please tell us about your background and hotel management experience.

Born and raised in Rome with a passion for Australia, where I spent a year working in a hotel, surfing and playing rugby. I have been a professional rugby player for ten years, I have a background in law. Now I am still a Rugby coach of the youth categories. My name Bruno coming from my grandfather's name, the father of my father Carlo, he was an important person in the administration of the cultural heritage of Italy before and after the World War II, saving arts collection during the conflict and creating many main museums all around Italy, especially in Naples with the Museum of Capodimonte. My family history gave me a sensitivity and strong interest about the world of the arts. I also have a gift that I received from my mother Anna, who even in this adventure continues to be my point of reference: the ability to make people feel at ease, in every situation.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy - Suite Villa Medici

Could you tell us about Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy and overall concept?

The living space and bedrooms of particular luxury, with private terraces from which enjoy views across all of Rome, in addiction a roof garden overlooking the Eternal City and that is one of the most strong point, something really unique in this area of Rome, the most exclusive area. Our Guest House is really quiet, with privacy and the service is around the necessity. Rarity is management: Familiar, intimate and private. It’s a personal welcome, we will we take you to explore the true Rome, introducing you to local customs and suggesting unusual places where you can discover Rome as we know it, that of our childhood and our future. Our best target is the make our guest in the feeling to live in Rome since always.

What is Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy design concept? Could you tell us about the historic building that you are located in and its features?

We created the “Rarity” Suites in the top floor of a building from the XIX Century, completed in July 2015. The building is a family building, one day the only one owner was my grand grandfather. My mother Anna grow up here in this home.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Where is Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy located in? What are the most famous attractions near you?

Four steps from the Spanish Steps and from Piazza del Popolo, the sitting room of Rome and maybe the navel of the World The trident of Rome starts from our square: Via di Ripetta our road is the first road to the right, in the middle Via del Corso the main road of Rome and to the left Via del Babuino. These roads are considered the main artery, starting close and moving away sharing all the main sites. When you turn and in few seconds you will find in Via del Corso, looking over at the end of the road, you could see at Piazza Venezia: the door of the Ancient Area (Palatino and Colosseo). Rising in the plan side of Rome is possible to arrive walking everywhere: close to the green heart of Rome with the perfect view of the Pincio hill and the start of this heart: Villa Borghese. The Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, and Piazza Navona are just 10 minutes walkable and pedestrian distance. It’s also a perfect access following the river Tiber and crossing one of the three bridge crossing the residential area of Prati or Ponte San’Angelo, the bridge of the Pellegrin to join in 15 minutes the Vatican City. Start from the tridente: Home, ours, yours.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy - Suite Canova

How many types of suites do you offer? What are their features?

The Suites, just 5 gems all completed in July 2015, are soundproofed and with private terraces. Rarity is decorated in a combination of classic and modern style with the charm of a private house and all the comforts to make your stay as pleasant and exclusive as possible. We’ll provide you with the perfect accommodation…the rest is down to Rome.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

What type of different experiences could your guests live in Rome?

Fortunately, Rome is always in evolution, especially in the art and entertainment, sometimes going together and trying to expose the visitor to experiences that would otherwise be out of our reach. The rest is Rome, more than the historical site, especially the main Vatican and Colosseo, there is the real Rome and it will be possible to discover it… My 5 suggestions to reach this point are:

1) don’t run, take more days if it’s possible and doesn’t rush, take a long breath and trying to go at the same trend as the City

2) Be patient and try to trust the people, always standing with your eyes peeled and doing what the Romans do when they are chilling

3) Keep your head up

4) Always remember: You can’t visit Rome... you have to discover it…

5) When in doubt… come back to Rome! We are not a pennant to expose but an experience to live over and over again and you will realize that everyone will be different.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

What features of Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy sets it apart from other hotels in Rome?

First of all the private terraces of each suites and especially the rooftop on the top floor, with two entrance, a living room and a bathroom, a big space with unique overlook on the center of Rome, where is possible to organize intimate moments as private dinner, events, cooking lesson, exhibition or yoga lessons. Everything is tailored around the person, on the request, and on the needs, those they express and those not, just trying always to understand which kind of stay they are wondering before and what they desire at the moment, especially chatting before the stay and during the breakfast once here.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Bruno Molaioli, Managing Director at Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

How can travelers make their individual or business/group reservations? Do you have a special offer for regular or long-term accommodations?

The best solution possible is directly on our website: www.raritysuites.it or writing me at info@raritysuites.it -Specifying that they are readership of Bontena, I will personally reserve special rate, offer and free upgrade.

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy - Suite Ripetta

Which is the top season for travelers who want to visit Rome? What is the reason?

The best seasons are the Autumn and the Spring, for the events going but especially for the climate when all around Europe (and also in the north of Italy) is already winter here in Rome the Sun still warm and when all around is still winter here in Rome the Sun is already warm. There is a reason why one of the first and more flourishing civilization has chosen to settle down from this area or not?

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy

If you have only one weekend in Rome as a first-time visitor, in this limited time, what are the best things to do?

Just walking, don’t run, don’t rush, breath, relax, keep your head up, never do the same road two times, take always the smallest roads and trying to get inside everywhere, especially in the Churchs always free and there is the most secret gem inside.

How do you describe Rome in one sentence?

Full of comparisons, outside and inside, with the other and with yourself.

Anything you would like to add that I haven’t asked?

Thank you for your attention, thank you, Beren, I will wait for you, all the readers and all of you... here in Rome!

Thank you Bruno for this enjoyable interview.

For more information, please visit website of Rarity Suites - Ripetta Attic Rome Italy





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