A window overlooking Rome, the Eternal City

Imagine waking up in the morning, opening the windows, and glimpsing the majesty of Rome, the Eternal City that is ready to welcome you.

A few minutes from Terme di Diocleziano and Villa Borghese, Marcella Royal Hotel welcomes you in an oasis of peace in the beating heart of the city. The elegance and warmth of the hall combine with modern rooms, from the most luxurious to the classic one, without neglecting the care for the guests. 

The crown jewel, recently renovated, is without a doubt “Terrazza Flavia” from where it is possible to admire the breathtaking view from the city of Rome to Castelli Romani, From St. Peter’s Dome to Monte Mario and beyond. What better way to start your day tasting an Italian and American breakfast with a breathtaking view? 

The Roof Garden “Flavia” welcomes you also for an aperitif, a dinner accompanied by music, or even a business meeting (that must go well with such a view!)

This authentic jewel of the capital owes its beauty and name to Marcella Angelini, a hotel owner for over 50 years who represents the archetype of our country’s hotel culture: meticulous attention to cleanliness and the guest in the spotlight. 

Style, elegance, attention to detail, choice of prestigious materials and luxury finishes have always belonged to Mrs. Marcella.

Travel with Manintown curated by Francesca Riggio

Editorial: Spirit Keeper

Fashion Editor & Stylist – Francesco Vavallo @francesco_vavallo

Photographer – Stefano Sciuto @stefanosciutophoto

Grooming – Martina Russo @martinarussow

Ass. Stylist – Renato Ninfole @renatoninfole

Ass. Ph – Nicolò Martinazzi @nicolomartinazziphoto

Location – [HOHM] STREET YOGA @hohmstreetyoga

Models – GAYE @gaye_sero @bravemodels
                  MAAL @maal.azyz @bravemodels
                  CHRIS @yuchehsu1219 @bravemodels
                  TYRONE @tyronesmithers @ww_mgmt

Special thanks: Vincenzo Lamberti,

Body, mind, and soul in union through Yoga. When we think about living well with ourselves, we think about being in a peaceful state with everything around us, eliminating stress, improving our body, and being happy and in harmony with ourselves. We especially realized that there is nothing more important during the lockdown than self-care and finding a balance between body and mind. Yoga is a practice that stimulates the awareness of our body, diverting external and internal distractions, seeking a connection with our ego to reach a physical and mental harmony. According to Yoga, each of us comprises a material and an energy body, invisible, which coordinates our intellectual and spiritual activities. That’s why for shooting this editorial, we have therefore chosen not a simple location, but [hohm] street yoga. For over 10 years, this school has focused on the study and teaching Yoga in an a-dogmatic way, with an offer ranging from vinyasa to yin and restorative. [hohm] street yoga turns its attention both to the subtle and traditional aspects of the discipline, including pranayama and more modern research, such as the introduction in Italy of the Katonah yoga method. Founded by Marco Migliavacca and Giovanna De Paulis, [hohm] street yoga combines multilevel classes with courses explicitly designed for beginners and has recently opened up to people with disabilities or simple motor difficulties, offering adaptive yoga classes. [hohm] street yoga is a center where you can deepen the study of Yoga and bring your practice to a new level of awareness, also through retreats and workshops with Italian and international teachers.

[hohm] street yoga is located in Milan (38, viale Tunisia and 19, via Solari).

MAAL wearing total outfit FRANCESCO GIANFRATE


TYRON wearing sweater Marco De Vincenzo and pants LACOSTE

CHRIS wearing Marco De Vincenzo
CHRIS wearing shirt and bag Marco De Vincenzo and pants LACOSTE
MAAL wearing total outfit MARNI

GAYE wearing total outfit Marco De Vincenzo
MAAL wearing total outfit MARNI