Hi-Res, High Restaurant
Suspended in mid-air between the beauty of the skies and the flavours of the earth
In the very heart of Rome, between Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo, the HI-Res High restaurant and Terrace Lounge sits on the top floor of the Hotel Valadier, with magnificent views over monuments, rooftops, cupolas and terraces.
Its contemporary design and fabulous location in the historical centre make the HI-Res a truly surprising and unique place, an exclusive restaurant in the heart of the Eternal City, where the colours and atmosphere gently change with the passing of the hours.
In the summer the terrace is completely open, and, thanks to cutting-edge technology, in the winter it is covered with a mobile roof and heated.
In the spacious open kitchen the Chef and his staff prepare dishes using the very finest quality ingredients. The menu is a surprising one, a combination of new trends and tradition, the fruit of research and passion. Here even the most demanding of palates can enjoy fish and meat dishes, and the homemade baked goods from our patisserie are sure to delight everyone.
The wine cellar is a small high-tech structure designed to conserve the precious bottles in the proper way and holds over 400 carefully selected labels.
HI-Res is also an ideal venue for hosting events of all sorts. Its highly original layout of various dedicated areas is spread over several levels: there is the large panoramic terrace, sitting rooms for relaxation, a bar and a DJ console.
Special attention has been dedicated to the bar and the art of bartending, and you will find a wide selection of cocktails that includes everything from the great classics to the new trendy drinks of today, always served with classy appetizers. There is also an exclusive tea list, featuring a range of refreshing brews from all over the world.
The Hi-Res is open 365 days of the year from lunch until deep into the night.
Restaurant guests have access to free Wi-Fi.
HI-Res offers an unforgettable culinary experience perched high in the sky of Rome.