Deluxe Suite with View
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. In the rooms, all exceptionally large, there are portions of the original furnishings and original coffered ceilings overlooking the important monuments of the city or the square below. Each Suite therefore offers a personal and different perspective on the Eternal City. Suite 303, called Navona, overlooks Palazzo Madama, one of the historic buildings in Rome, now seat of the Senate of the Republic. The building was built in the 15th century by the Medici family and its name comes from the Duchess Margherita D'Austria, known as "Madama", who established her residence there for a long time. All the windows of the room have a superlative view on the fountains and the square below and sitting on the desk in front of so much beauty, it is easy to understand why the family had decided to build the residence right here and turn the place into the "Island of the Pamphilj”, a great testimony of Baroque architecture and the power of the family.
Suite 403 sees the monumental complex of the Vittoriano in Piazza Venezia, part of the magnificent dome of Sant'Agnese in Agone and, above all, a glimpse of the extravagant white spiral dome that architect Borromini - the same who designed the Eitch palace - raised in 1640, struck by lightning 4 times in 32 years. The ceiling of room 501 is asymmetrical and made of wooden beams, because we are in correspondence with the roof of Palazzo Pamphilj. The peculiarity of the suite – for which it resumes its name - is that it has an exclusive view to the north towards the Palace of Justice (commonly called by the Romans "palazzaccio"). Made in white travertine by the Perugian architect Guglielmo Calderini at the end of the 19th century, it is one of the major works created after the proclamation of Rome as the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. The view that can be enjoyed at sunset over the roofs of Rome is unsurpassed, the height of the Eitch palace allows dominating all the surrounding terraces.