United Kingdom


New life for Villa Pamphili

Mitsubishi Electric supplies air conditioning units to Italy's first Mövenpick hotel


The historic Hotel Villa Pamphili in Rome, owned by Antirion SGR, is about to reopen its doors. This is the first structure of Accor’s portfolio to open in Italy under the Mövenpick brand, which already has more than 90 hotels in 25 countries worldwide. Surrounded by the lush greenery of the Valle dei Casali park,  just 15 minutes from the Vatican City and the historic Trastevere and Testaccio districts, the hotel will testify how a historic residence can be successfully refurbished in modern way, while remaining faithful its roots.

With 235 rooms and suites entirely redesigned in a contemporary style, the property will be an ideal holiday destination, with particular attention paid to families and businesses, also thanks to a new multifunctional Convention Center with 15 meeting rooms and 300-seat Ballroom with large adjacent foyer. The technical and technological systems have been designed and built with the aim of maximizing the energy efficiency of the entire structure. The hotel's air conditioning system is based on high-efficiency Climaveneta brand chillers and heat pumps. Specifically, 2 FX/D/SL-CA 3152, air source semi-hermetic screw-compressor chillers with partial recovery of condensation heat, and 2 reversible heat pumps FOCS-N/LN-CA 3222 for the production of hot and cold water

Villa Pamphili: indoor
Villa Pamphili: internal view
Villa Pamphili: swimming pool
Villa Pamphili: view of a room
Back See all news