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of our all-day dining menu is plant-based
1,500 square meters
of the ancient church façade have been restored
Up to 50 kilograms
of food waste composted every day
historical baptism site (one of the oldest in Rome) located under our basement
from the hotel to The Pantheon historical site or the Trevi Fountain
Together with our hosts, we are firmly committed to improving the ecological impact from our hotel and spa operations through sustainable performance indicators. This includes sourcing 100% renewable energy, smart water collection and use, waste management, aligning with our group-wide plastic free pledge, and guest engagement.
The walls of room interiors are plastered using Cocciopesto, a traditional material from ancient Roman times without plastic or industrial chemicals. The floors of the wet area and solarium are made of Cipollino marble chips. This material is obtained by combining the remains of larger cuts of marble with cement and natural oxides. Travertine, the local stone of Rome, becomes an important design element and fil rouge in all areas, it was employed in all the bedrooms with opus incertum blocks, which allows to use different sizes and, in turn, reduces minimizes wasted material.
Six Senses Rome is partnering with the association for animal welfare “I Am Not Afraid of the Wolf" which works to protect wolves across Italy. A proportion of our Sustainability Fund will help in three ways: educating local communities about this wonderful wild animal; wolf tracking and field research; and helping farmers minimize the risks associated with this predator to benefit the farm and the wolves themselves.
Guests can also visit a nearby natural reserve to learn how wolves are monitored and the actions taken to promote their coexistence with humans.
Urban sustainability is about collaboration and forging connections. Sustainability begins and ends with local communities, as they are the real beneficiaries in the long term of all our actions. For this reason, 0.5% of our revenue goes towards our dedicated Sustainability Fund, which is aimed exclusively at community-based environmental and social projects.
Built over eighty years throughout the XVI century, San Marcello Al Corso Church is our next-door neighbor, and we are blessed to have such a historical site at our doorstep. The protected remains of Rome’s oldest known baptism sanctuary, dating back to the 4th century, is found under our shared basement.
Since 2021, Six Senses Rome has been sponsoring restoration works on the church's façade in an ongoing effort to support the preservation of Rome's priceless cultural legacy. Our renovation works have removed pollution, dust, and moss that have developed on the surface since the last renovation, bringing this work of art back to its former glory. Guests are welcome to view artifacts inside the church during public hours and we are ready and eager to assist in sharing the stories these ancient walls hold, such as the crucifix of San Marcello, a medieval work of religious art that is on display in the church.