Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte
(Luxury Suites and Penthouses) Roma
A Royal Holiday, in the heart of Rome
Three reasons why you'll love it here
- Sleep in rooms made for a Queen and her Emperor son
- A B&B in a 16th century palazzo designed by Bartolomeo Ammannati
- The whole of the historic center of Rome, on your doorstep
History, luxury, and an enviable location right in the heart of Rome. If you're looking for a really special place to stay in the Italian capital, you won't find anywhere more magnificent than Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte: a stunning three-suite retreat within steps of Via Condotti and the Spanish Steps.
Palazzo Ruspoli, designed by Bartolomeo Ammannati, is one of the finest examples of 16th century architecture in the whole of Rome.
Today the Palazzo is the sumptuous residence of the Italian aristocrat and socialite, Princess Maria Pia Ruspoli who, for the joy of fellow connoisseurs of luxury, has recently transformed part of her historic home into what is, arguably, Italy's most exclusive Bed and Breakfast ever.
Princess Pia Suite
A lovely, light-filled living room, a beautiful bedroom with fabulous four poster bed, two bathrooms, and a sitting room which can be easily transformed into a second bedroom or study: Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte's 100sqm Princess Pia suite is the kind of place dream holidays are made of.
Precious period pieces and contemporary comforts combine with effortless ease in this beautiful B&B, where, in addition to antique furniture, precious textiles and original artworks, you can expect to find Wi-Fi, air conditioning and flat screen televisions too
Emperor Bonaparte Suite
When Carlo Luigi Napoleon Bonaparte resided in Rome, this is where he lived - in a magnificent 300sqm suite complete with bedroom, veranda, terrace, the Cristina Bonaparte room and the Blue room.
On request, the Blue room can be used to host exclusive events and elite social gatherings.
A massive 18th century chandelier made from Murano glass; ornate frescoes; and portraits of the Ruspoli family: just some of the treasures waiting to be discovered in the Emperor Bonaparte Suite
Queen Hortense Bonaparte Suite
Between 1823 and 1830 Palazzo Ruspoli was the Roman residence of Hortense Eugénie Cecile de Beauharnais, the former Queen Consort of Holland, and her son, the young Napoleon III.
Almost all of the antique furniture, frescoes and paintings in the Queen Hortense Bonaparte Suite were personally commissioned by the queen and from the moment you enter, it is immediately apparent that before becoming Rome's most beautiful B&B, this was the much-loved home of a lady who knew a thing or two about the finer things in life.
Past and present mingle to patrician perfection in this 400sqm suite, comprised of the Frescos room, the Dining Room of the Ruspoli Regiment, the Moors of Venice Room, the Pink room, the Green room and, last but definitely not least, the Grand Bedroom of the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte
Via Fontanelle Borghese, 56 - 00186 Roma (Roma)
Tel. +39 342 8861007
Fax +39 06 687 1400
Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte amenities
- Rooms for families
- Free Wi-fi
- Air Conditioning
- Room service
- Satellite TV
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Room with private terrace