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Rooms and suites in a 17th century palace designed by Borromini. 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.
The coronavirus COVID-19 is currently affecting many regions of the world: we are close to the families and patients who have been affected by this virus and our thoughts are with those who have lost loved ones.
Our property has endured many ups and downs during its long history. Eitch Borromini believes that it is our strong heritage, our ability to recover and our exceptional heritage that allow us to overcome adversity and emerge stronger. While this current crisis is ongoing, we would like to reassure our guests around the world that their safety and that of our employees remain our top priority. At the same time, we promise to continue meeting your needs with traditional warm hospitality, comfort and personalized attention to detail that sets us apart.
At Eitch Borromini we strictly respect the advice of local authorities, we follow every health and safety guidelines and we adopt the highest level of preventive measures to protect our guests and employees. For this reason there may be some inconvenience and some services may not be temporary available.
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The rooms, located on the third floor, are ideal for solo travellers looking for every comfort they need for a quick stay in the Eternal City. [...]12 m²
Large and bright double room equipped with an extra-comfort bed and furnished with an attention to detail. The original flooring makes the environment suggestive and in keeping with the building's century-old history. [...]16 m²
Inside the Superior Suites we find different parts of the original furnishings of the building that houses the Eitch, designed by Francesco Borromini, one of the most important and extravagant artists of the Roman Baroque. [...]24 m²
The only rooms in this category of the entire building are two large suites located on the fourth floor overlooking the dome of Saint Peter’s or the bell tower of Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza, dedicated respectively to the Doria family and Saint Eugenia. [...]25 m²
The Deluxe category rooms all have a story intertwined with the palace's ancient intrigues. They are all different from one another, we invite you to ask our staff about their story. [...]32-40 m²
Superbly furnished suites with all the characteristics of the category that precedes them but enhanced by the view of one or more corners of the eternal city. [...]32-40 m²
They are the most prestigious rooms in the building that hosts us, also called the Innocentian College, the one that contributed to making Piazza Navona the so-called "Pamphilj Island", a magnificent testimony of Baroque architecture and the power of the family. [...]60-82 m²
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