A Princely Stay in Rome: Ruspoli Bonaparte Residence.
Directly in the historic heart of Rome, where Via del Corso and Via dei Condotti cross, stands the sixteenth-century Palazzo Ruspoli, designed by the architect Bartolomeo Ammannati. A building where history can almost be touched by hand.
In fact, the young Emperor Napoleon III lived here, together with his mother Ortensia Beauharnais, Queen consort of Holland. The Bonaparte family later tightened a deep connection with the Ruspoli family through the marriage between Carlo Napoleon Bonaparte and Cristina Ruspoli. Other celebrities such as Georg Friedrich Händel lived here too.
Within this historic jewel, the Ruspoli family has created a Luxury Boutique Hotel, consisting of 3 exclusive Suites. Although not without all the modern comforts, these transmit to those who stay in them the thrilling feeling of a dip in a princely past. Entirely frescoed ceilings, tapestries, gilded stuccos, paintings, decorations, period furniture, both of the suites and of the common areas, give the impression of staying in a Royal Palace. Definitely, an unforgettable experience. In addition to staying in a B & B, Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte offers to its guests many services and the possibility to organize meetings, dinners or private aperitifs for up to 16 people with a chef and personal butler.
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