• Jet Set Edit: Viola Levy

    July 21st, 2017

    One of our favourite beauty journalist, Viola Levy,  reveals her travel essentials in the next of our ‘Jet Set Edit’ series.  Continue Reading

  • Omorovicza City Guides: Kiev

    July 21st, 2017


    The Omorovicza Team reveals their favourite spots in Kiev. Continue Reading

  • Omorovicza City Guide: Rome

    July 20th, 2017

    The Omorovicza Team reveals their favourite spots in Rome.

    What to do

    • Visit the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel with a private viewing. This way, you’ll have access to exclusive areas but avoid tge the crowds i.e. the amazing Room of Gold, Raphael’s Room or Michelangelo’s fresco.
    • Visit the Campo dei Fiori Market which is located not far from Piazza Navona – it is a fantastic food market. Created in the 1800s, it offers the finest Roman artisanal food within the city.
    • Villa Borghese is a must-visit if you’d like to admire the best views of Rome. We recommend hiring a bike to properly explore the area.
    • Ostia Antica is Rome’s ancient sea port - book a tour guide to ensure you discover all the historical facts about this fascinating harbour. Entrance is free on the first Sunday of the month.

    Where to eat

    • We always reserve a table at Imago when visiting this magical city. This is a Michelin star restaurant located on the 6th floor of Hassler’s which offers panoramic views of the city. Here you can experience the finest food within Rome.
    • Experience fine dining at La Pergola (at Rome Cavalieri) for a truly Roman summer experience. It is no wonder that it is the only restaurant in Rome which has earned three Michelin stars with alfresco dining on the terrace overlooking the city. We recommend trying one of their many vintage liqueurs after dinner.
    • Try the Maccheroni restaurant near Piazza Navona (book in advance if you want to be outside.) The atmosphere here is warm and rustic and the food very much regional. For wine lovers, Chianti is one of the best Roman red wines from this area.
    • If you like ravioli or Sardinian specialities, then Vascello is the place you need to vist!

    Where to shop

    • The Via del Corto is a  highly regarded shopping area in Rome.From modern fashion to finely wrought leather crafts, this street caters to all shoppers and is definitely worth a visit.
    • You can’t leave Rome without shopping on the phenomenal Via Dei Condotti or Via Borgognona where most of the flagships luxurious designer’s stores are located.
    • Via del Boschetto, in the Rione Monti district, is full of handmade and artisanal items from Rome. The street offers collectible and artisanal pieces with typical ateliers from jewellery to vintage accessories.
    • If art galleries or antique stores are more your thing then you should try Via Margutta.

    Where to stay

    • Hotel Celio, located in the historical area of Rome, is situated just behind the Colosseum with Renaissance inspired rooms. During summer, you can enjoy amazing “alfresco breakfasts” within their beautiful gardens.
    • Hotel Palazzo Navona has a cosy “Scandi” style feel to it. All the furniture is handcrafted, and you can find an amazing rooftop on the 6th floor.
    • Hotel Albergo del Senato, is close to the Pantheon is renowned for its very good service and rooftop terrace.
    • Hotel Palazzo Scanderberg close to the iconic Trevi Fountain and is divided into luxury apartments. As a result it appears to be more like a private members’ club than a classic hotel. If you reserve the Master Suite, you’ll be able to experience your own private hammam and terrace.

    Must see neighbourhoods

    • Pigneto is situated in the east of the city and is full of bohemian bars and cool restaurants. If you like street art, it is also the place to be. We recommend going there during “aperitivo-hour” to make the most of the delectable cocktail menus.
    • Campo de Fiori and the Ghetto are within the Historical Centre and is full of independent boutiques and wine bars. You can also visit the old Jewish Ghetto that is one the most typical boroughs in Rome.
    • Trastevere is a great area on the river, walking distance from Vatican and Centro Storico. Its narrow streets with trattorias and bars will seduce you, especially if you want to escape the crowds.
    • For nature lovers, we recommend you visit Villa Doria Pamphili, a seventeenth-century villa located near Monteverde.

    You can now find Omorovicza at Coin Excelsior (Via Cola di Rienzo) in Rome.


  • Muscle Recovery at Home

    July 19th, 2017

    Last month we launched the ‘Ballet Body’ treatment at Equinox.  Inspired by English National Ballet, the treatment was designed to prepare and cool down the body before and after strenuous exercise. For those of you who can’t visit the Spa, our therapist Gwen reveals how you can re-create this incredible body treatment at home. Continue Reading

  • How To Combat Jetlagged Skin?

    July 17th, 2017

    Do you know just how bad an effect flying can have on your skin? Intrigued? Let us reveal why… Continue Reading

  • Omorovicza City Guide: Toronto

    July 14th, 2017

    Our Canadian PR Agency, ASC, reveal their favourite spots in Toronto.
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  • Jet Set Edit: Fashion For Lunch

    July 13th, 2017

    One of our favourite bloggers Fashion For Lunch reveals her travel essentials in the next of our ‘Jet Set Edit’ series.  Continue Reading

  • Omorovicza x SoulCycle

    July 12th, 2017

    We are thrilled to reveal that we have partnered with SoulCycle for the launch of their new studio in Yorkville, Toronto. Continue Reading

  • Co-Founder Margaret's June Update

    July 12th, 2017

    Summer is here!  I had a great start to the month with a trip to Warsaw meeting with our fantastic partners there. Continue Reading

  • The Jet Set Edit

    July 10th, 2017

    This month, a number of beauty insiders will be revealing their ‘Jet Set Edit’ in a series of blog posts. In each post they’ll unveil their absolute beauty must-have’s when on holiday.  Continue Reading