The history of the restaurant Relais Le Jardin, and the Hotel Lord Byron that hosts it, was born in the early eighties from a former monastery located in one of the most intimate areas of the luxurious Parioli district of Rome, converted into a hotel by the founder Amedeo Ottaviani.
In a short time the structure stands out for the elegance of its forms and its architectural style, reflecting the deep passion of the property for Art Nouveau and Art Deco, expressed in the furniture and in all its spaces.
The idea of its origin has not changed: education, confidentiality and sensitivity are the cornerstones of the entire concept of hospitality of the Lord Byron Hotel.
The restaurant has been awarded with many national and international awards, reaching its peak in the late eighties with the recognition of two Michelin stars, the first structure in Rome to achieve this result. The name Relais Le Jardin is therefore the synonym of absolute quality in dining and hospitality.