Executive suite view
An apartment with all the creature comforts. Suite 201, named “Pamphilj” after the family who commissioned Algardi and Borromini to design the building, is in what was once the ancient chapel when the building housed a convent. There is a huge 17th century fireplace in the living area, which has a high, frescoed ceiling.
The hallway, walk-in closet and master bedroom are extremely spacious, and the bedroom also has a fireplace and an incredible view of the fountains in Piazza Navona. The marble bathroom has a double sink, a bath and a circular emotional shower, which is set in the space that used to house the spiral staircase leading to the Pamphilj family’s library, which left us numerous testimonies and artistic masterpieces which are now on display around the Hotel Eitch Borromini.
The furnishings have been meticulously chosen, from the toilet to the desks, the large table in the living room, and the screen with a smart-TV inside that divides the living room into two areas. Finally, there is a small library and a wine cooler for fine wines, which you can sit back and enjoy in the armchairs in front of the crackling fire. During the Roman Baroque period, Palazzo Pamphilj was one of the most important noble residences in Rome, and just like the illustrious guests who stayed here before you, you will feel quite at home.