Description

This magnificent suite was the residence of Emperor Napoleon III who lived here in 1830. You will breathe the classic historical luxury through the elegant furnishings, oil paintings, original 16th century tapestries, parquet floors and hand-stencilled walls. Where will you be located? Along with Via del Clementino and Via dei Condotti, this street is a part of the ancient Via Trinitatis that led to Trinità dei Monti, inaugurated by Paolo III in the sixteenth century. It houses two of the most important buildings in the capital, namely Palazzo Caetani Ruspoli and Palazzo Borghese. At number 35 stands Palazzo Mereghi, with its twin fountains where a single giant sculpture of a fish spits water. You are in the heart of the Borghese Rome. CIR 1160

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Location

Amenities

  • Elevator in Building
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • heating
  • WIFI Internet
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dish Washer
  • Toaster
  • What's included? More than you can imagine

    Personal welcome

    We welcome all of our guests in person directly at the chosen apartment or at the Grand Club in the heart of the city center

    Daily cleaning and linen change

    Daily housekeeping, linen change and dish cleaning to make sure you come back to a sparkling clean home

    Luxury linen and toiletries

    Every home is prepared with luxury linens, toiletries and towels to meet our high end hospitality standards

    Ask Alfred, 24/7

    Local staff available 24/7 - we are available round the clock

    And much more

    • All of our homes are fully furnished with all the comforts to make you feel at home, away from home
    • Complimentary wifi
    Welcome kit with exclusive italian products
    • Access to The Grand Club - a space for you to book your experiences, relax or work in a dedicated private area

    Customize your stay

    Cocktail Challenge

    366.00

    A mixology class comprised of a mini competition, cocktail tasting and an award ceremony to learn how to prepare some of the most famous Italian cocktails in the company of a professional bartender from Romeo’s cocktail bar.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    A mixology class comprised of a mini competition, cocktail tasting and an award ceremony to learn how to prepare some of the most famous Italian cocktails in the company of a professional bartender from Romeo’s cocktail bar.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    Roman Street Art directly with the artists

    745.00

    Sten & Lex recover fragments of classical art and propose them in an extremely subjective way: strictly incognito, just like Banksy, who invited them to the London Cans Festival, a stencil festival where they participated along with the greatest street artists of the world. The artists, who started their career in Rome, will guide you to discover their stencils and open air etchings. The itinerary includes a limousine ride through several neighborhoods, from Garbatella to Ostiense, passing through San Lorenzo and Prati, Tor Pignattara and the Salario - Nomentano district, to discover incredible wall art. The tour will end in their studio, where they will reveal their unique techniques.

    Sten & Lex recover fragments of classical art and propose them in an extremely subjective way: strictly incognito, just like Banksy, who invited them to the London Cans Festival, a stencil festival where they participated along with the greatest street artists of the world. The artists, who started their career in Rome, will guide you to discover their stencils and open air etchings. The itinerary includes a limousine ride through several neighborhoods, from Garbatella to Ostiense, passing through San Lorenzo and Prati, Tor Pignattara and the Salario - Nomentano district, to discover incredible wall art. The tour will end in their studio, where they will reveal their unique techniques.

    The subterranean Caelian

    450.00

    The Caelian Hill. The Colosseum stands at its base, and its streets and squares are rich with history and monuments, as is its underground belly. Here you can admire one off the oldest paleochristian churches in Italy, dedicated to the first martyr. Our guide will lead you to the Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo and the Arch of Dolabella, probably built over the gates of the Servian Wall, to the Temple of Claudius, defiled by his wife Agrippina, and the Church of Saints John and Paul. Here you can descend underground to discover the remains of what probably were the homes of these two Christian martyrs. 

    The Caelian Hill. The Colosseum stands at its base, and its streets and squares are rich with history and monuments, as is its underground belly. Here you can admire one off the oldest paleochristian churches in Italy, dedicated to the first martyr. Our guide will lead you to the Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo and the Arch of Dolabella, probably built over the gates of the Servian Wall, to the Temple of Claudius, defiled by his wife Agrippina, and the Church of Saints John and Paul. Here you can descend underground to discover the remains of what probably were the homes of these two Christian martyrs. 

    The Baroque in Rome

    Quote on request

    The expressive power of splendor and eccentricity. This experience begins with the magnificence of Palazzo Colonna and its Gallery, where you will visit a treasure trove of extraordinary antiques and works of art: Carracci, Guercino, Salvator Rosa, Tintoretto. And perhaps you will also recognize the halls where some scenes of the iconic film Roman Holiday were shot. Step into that iconic historical era while exploring Princess Isabelle’s apartment and, afterwards, or while you wander towards the mythical Trevi Fountain: swimming is prohibited, but remember to turn your back to the Fountain, close your eyes, place your right hand on your left shoulder and toss a coin into the water to make a wish. Be mesmerised by the life’s work of rivals Bernini and Borromini, locked in eternal competition after designing a wealth of churches and stairways, statues and fountains. Explore Palazzo Barberini, whose peculiar stairway was designed by the two Masters and expresses a stunning contrast in artistic genres and creative execution. Lift your gaze to admire the spectacular ceiling decorated by Pietro da Cortona before abandoning yourself to the disorienting beauty of Caravaggio’s Judith Beheading Holofernes. And you still haven’t seen the wondrous grandeur of the church of San Silvestro al Quirinale.

    The expressive power of splendor and eccentricity. This experience begins with the magnificence of Palazzo Colonna and its Gallery, where you will visit a treasure trove of extraordinary antiques and works of art: Carracci, Guercino, Salvator Rosa, Tintoretto. And perhaps you will also recognize the halls where some scenes of the iconic film Roman Holiday were shot. Step into that iconic historical era while exploring Princess Isabelle’s apartment and, afterwards, or while you wander towards the mythical Trevi Fountain: swimming is prohibited, but remember to turn your back to the Fountain, close your eyes, place your right hand on your left shoulder and toss a coin into the water to make a wish. Be mesmerised by the life’s work of rivals Bernini and Borromini, locked in eternal competition after designing a wealth of churches and stairways, statues and fountains. Explore Palazzo Barberini, whose peculiar stairway was designed by the two Masters and expresses a stunning contrast in artistic genres and creative execution. Lift your gaze to admire the spectacular ceiling decorated by Pietro da Cortona before abandoning yourself to the disorienting beauty of Caravaggio’s Judith Beheading Holofernes. And you still haven’t seen the wondrous grandeur of the church of San Silvestro al Quirinale.

    Babysitters and caregivers for your children

    20.00

    Each and every parent is unique, and that is reflected in the infinite choices that parents make for their children. Whether they at home or travelling, however, most enjoy having little pockets of freedom - both for themselves and for their children. Which is why we chose to partner with Monica Archibugi, founder of the successful Le Cicogne project, who has been connecting parents and babysitters in Rome since 2013. She graduated in Economics, Business Management and Health Services from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome, and she single-handedly built what has become one of the most important online and offline parent communities in the capital. The caregiving service is designed to provide experiences that are both educational and entertaining. Our guests will be able to select their preferred professional, and will also be able to choose between recreational, creative or tourist activities for their children. All activities are conducted in absolute safety with a professionally vetted staff member that is also certified in pediatric first aid.

    Each and every parent is unique, and that is reflected in the infinite choices that parents make for their children. Whether they at home or travelling, however, most enjoy having little pockets of freedom - both for themselves and for their children. Which is why we chose to partner with Monica Archibugi, founder of the successful Le Cicogne project, who has been connecting parents and babysitters in Rome since 2013. She graduated in Economics, Business Management and Health Services from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome, and she single-handedly built what has become one of the most important online and offline parent communities in the capital. The caregiving service is designed to provide experiences that are both educational and entertaining. Our guests will be able to select their preferred professional, and will also be able to choose between recreational, creative or tourist activities for their children. All activities are conducted in absolute safety with a professionally vetted staff member that is also certified in pediatric first aid.

    The Museo Nazionale Romano

    Quote on request

    The New York Times listed it in its famous 36 Hours column as one of the city’s must-see sites. The Museo Nazionale Romano was born in 1889 at the Baths of Diocletian, and has since expanded into four locations: the Baths, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps and the Balbi Crypt. The Baths are the largest Roman thermal bath complex. Today this ancient place of wellbeing displays archaeological artifacts and holds the Museum of Roman Written Communication, the Museum of Protohistory of the Latin People and the Digital Museum of the Villa Livia. This is also the place where Michelangelo created the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs. Palazzo Altemps, on the other hand, houses the largest Roman aristocratic collections. At Palazzo Massimo, a late 19th-century neo-renaissance building originally built to host the Jesuit Order, you will discover one of the most important collections of classical art in the world. Finally, the Balbi Crypt is a treasure trove of sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, numismatics and artifacts that tell the history, myths and daily life of the time that was.

    The New York Times listed it in its famous 36 Hours column as one of the city’s must-see sites. The Museo Nazionale Romano was born in 1889 at the Baths of Diocletian, and has since expanded into four locations: the Baths, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps and the Balbi Crypt. The Baths are the largest Roman thermal bath complex. Today this ancient place of wellbeing displays archaeological artifacts and holds the Museum of Roman Written Communication, the Museum of Protohistory of the Latin People and the Digital Museum of the Villa Livia. This is also the place where Michelangelo created the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs. Palazzo Altemps, on the other hand, houses the largest Roman aristocratic collections. At Palazzo Massimo, a late 19th-century neo-renaissance building originally built to host the Jesuit Order, you will discover one of the most important collections of classical art in the world. Finally, the Balbi Crypt is a treasure trove of sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, numismatics and artifacts that tell the history, myths and daily life of the time that was.

    The Colosseum

    Quote on request

    Rome’s symbol throughout the world and proof of Romans’ amazing knowledge of construction. A place where the extravagance, whims and cruelty of the Emperors were loosed and coordinated to gain the people’s favor. However, we are not talking only of the Colosseum. The 78 hectares around it hold some of most famous monuments of the ancient world, from the Roman Forum to the Circus Maximus and the Domus Aurea. Here you can walk by the Arch of Constantine, a huge monument erected to celebrate the Emperor’s victory over Maxentius, Emperor Nero’s palace, through the Roman Forum under the Palatine Hill, from whence the legends say that Romulus dug the trench within which he founded the city.

    Rome’s symbol throughout the world and proof of Romans’ amazing knowledge of construction. A place where the extravagance, whims and cruelty of the Emperors were loosed and coordinated to gain the people’s favor. However, we are not talking only of the Colosseum. The 78 hectares around it hold some of most famous monuments of the ancient world, from the Roman Forum to the Circus Maximus and the Domus Aurea. Here you can walk by the Arch of Constantine, a huge monument erected to celebrate the Emperor’s victory over Maxentius, Emperor Nero’s palace, through the Roman Forum under the Palatine Hill, from whence the legends say that Romulus dug the trench within which he founded the city.

    The Grand Pantheum Suite Selection

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    Biblioteca Angelica

    Sant'Agostino in Campo Marzio

    Domitian Stadium (partly preserved under the Instinct Saint Louis de France)

    Palazzo Patrizi

    Palazzo Altemps

    Casa Mario Praz


    Collections. Set of objects, fruit of the wisdom of a single person. Each one refers to a mental path of the person who collected them. In the wooden and paper chest created by Vanvitelli, each book is something existing, alive, traceable. Just look for it. Just know what to look for. Like the pilgrims who find the Madonna alive on the threshold of Loreto, where Caravaggio gives light in the shadows while Raphael illuminates the eternal colors of the prophets. Wander underground to discover the shape of the new and return to the new world. Winckelmann traces the contemporary, through the gaze of the Ludovisi Era and Hermes awaits the new cunningness, under the Altana Altemps.


    Biblioteca Angelica

    Sant'Agostino in Campo Marzio

    Domitian Stadium (partly preserved under the Instinct Saint Louis de France)

    Palazzo Patrizi

    Palazzo Altemps

    Casa Mario Praz


    Collections. Set of objects, fruit of the wisdom of a single person. Each one refers to a mental path of the person who collected them. In the wooden and paper chest created by Vanvitelli, each book is something existing, alive, traceable. Just look for it. Just know what to look for. Like the pilgrims who find the Madonna alive on the threshold of Loreto, where Caravaggio gives light in the shadows while Raphael illuminates the eternal colors of the prophets. Wander underground to discover the shape of the new and return to the new world. Winckelmann traces the contemporary, through the gaze of the Ludovisi Era and Hermes awaits the new cunningness, under the Altana Altemps.


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