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Rooms and suites in a 17th century palace designed by Borromini. The only one of its kind in the world that hosts an hotel. Guests of the Palace can literally 'living history' and have breakfast in front of the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini, sip a drink at the sound of the bells in the church tower of Santa Agnese, sleep under the frescoes, look out on Piazza Navona from the old clock round window and dine on the roofs of Rome with a breathtaking view that sweeps from the dome of the Pantheon to St. Peter.
Located on the second floor of the building, in the spaces that were inhabited by Pope Innocent X, the room overlooks Via dell'Anima. It owes its name to Olimpia Maidalchini, popularly known as "La Pimpaccia" (Pimpa was the name of the astute character of a comedy in vogue in Baroque Rome), which filled the Roman chronicles of the seventeenth century with its extravagant personality. [...]16/21 m²
These two suites, located on the third and fourth floors, are named after Olimpia Maidalchini, popularly known as "La Pimpaccia" (Pimpa was the name of the astute character of a comedy in vogue in Baroque Rome), which filled the Roman chronicles of the seventeenth century with its extravagant personality. [...]27 m²
The apartments overlooking the internal courtyard are dedicated to Francesco Borromini, one of the most important and extravagant artists of the Roman Baroque. It was the architect favored by Pope Innocent X Pamphilj, who strongly wanted him to his court and entrusted him with the construction of the College in which we find ourselves today. [...]33/45 m²
Suite located on the second floor, whose peculiarity is to have beautiful frescoes on the ceiling. The pink one in the bedroom, with floral motifs, together with the particular care, make the suite suitable for an exclusive "honeymoon". [...]37/65 m²
A large room with a spacious lounge, a walk-in closet and frescoes inside. In the living room a large golden boiserie dominates. It is said that Pope Innocent X Pamphilj (1644-1655) loved to work here mainly at night and that he met his sister-in-law Donna Olimpia here in the building still under construction to decide the fate of the Church. [...]55/65 m²
These two suites, located on the third and fourth floors, are named after Olimpia Maidalchini, popularly known as "La Pimpaccia" (Pimpa was the name of the astute character of a comedy in vogue in Baroque Rome), which filled the Roman chronicles of the seventeenth century with its extravagant personality. [...]75/87 m²
Huge suite, with a large fireplace in the middle. Exclusive furnishings, dining table, large dressing room. Upon your awakening you can feel like the Roman nobility, looking out of the bedroom that overlooks Piazza Navona. [...]75/85 m²
Feature of this very large suite, on two levels, is the possibility, through a secret passage, to directly access the church. Agnese was martyred in the fourth century at the age of twelve, immediately becoming a symbol of purity, also because its name derives from the ancient Greek Agne, which means pure, caste. [...]100 m²
The apartment, very large, is developed in the part below the north bell tower of the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone has three bedrooms, 1 living room, a service room and outdoor terrace. Inside there is one of the greatest examples of tower clocks in Rome. [...]127 m²
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