Superior Suites View
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. The Doria family is one of the oldest noble families in Italy and its origin is located in the powerful seaside city of Genoa in the 11th century. Linked to the Roman Pamphilj family by virtue of the marriage celebrated in 1671 between John Andrea III Doria and Anna Pamphilj to whom the palace and title were assigned thanks to which she inherited one of the most remarkable patrimonies of the Roman aristocracy of the time.
This suite is located on the fourth floor and from the window, facing west, you can see St. Peter's Basilica, the heart and symbol, not only religious but of Rome in its entirety, the largest Catholic church in the world. The Santa Eugenia Suite is also located on the fourth floor. From its windows you can admire the only white marble statue on the façade of the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone, visible from behind and located on the restaurant terrace on the same floor, overlooking Piazza Navona. Eugenia of Rome was a 3rd century Christian martyr. The very ancient cult owes its popularity to fabulous tales of miracles, spread in various languages