3 rooms from £241 per night
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“A 16th-century palazzo comprising of just three fabulous suites. Each suite is more reminiscent of an apartment with ample space, ceiling frescoes, gilded chandeliers and four poster beds - the best even has its own library. Even better it's located slap bang in the heart of the city.”

“A 16th-century palazzo comprising of just three fabulous suites. Each suite is more reminiscent of an apartment with ample space, ceiling frescoes, gilded chandeliers and four poster beds - the best even has its own library. Even better it's located slap bang in the heart of the city.”

Recommended For

  • City Style
  • An ostentatiously grand hotel set in what is arguably Rome's smartest address (between Via dei Condotti and Via del Corso)
  • Local exploring
  • A luxury abode just steps from Rome's main shops and attractions
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit some of the city's most famed sights such as the Ara Pacis, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain
  • Designer Shopping
  • Stroll down to Via dei Condotti, Rome's luxury shopping street
  • Other Activities
  • Spend time in the 'country within a country', The Vatican
  • Romantic
  • Family Suites
  • No restaurant
  • Full of character
  • Luxury
  • Artworks
  • Boutique
  • Historic
  • Antiques
  • Child friendly
  • Traditional

Facilities

  • Family Suites
  • Airport transfer
  • No pets
  • No restaurant
  • Wifi
  • Air conditioning
  • Child friendly
  • Room service

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • Visit some of the city's most famed sights such as the Ara Pacis, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain
  • Designer Shopping
  • Stroll down to Via dei Condotti, Rome's luxury shopping street
  • Other Activities
  • Spend time in the 'country within a country', The Vatican

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Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte

Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte is the family home of Principessa Maria Pia and Principessa Giacinta Ruspoli, where Queen Ortensia lived with her young regent son Napoleon III and commissioned a fresco series reminiscent of Parisian early 19th-century luxury.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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