Sunday, August 9, 2009

Donna Camilla Savelli

Breathe the original Roman atmosphere of Trastevere at Donna Camilla Savelli, situated in the heart of the neighbourhood in a 17th century monastery, designed by the famous Baroque architect Borromini.

The surroundings of Donna Camilla Savelli are indeed one of the most characteristic and charming Roman neighbourhoods. Trastevere is famous for its typical palaces, piazzas and cobblestone-covered streets, but also for being the hot spot of Rome’s nightlife.

With a pleasant short stroll, you may also cross Sisto Bridge, near the Donna Camilla, and discover the celebrated landmarks of the historic centre.

The rooms of this beautifully restored hotel are decorated in an elegant sober style. They offer utmost comfort and all amenities of a superior modern establishment, in harmony with the monastic concept of this historic building.

Jasmines, camellias and magnolias make the enchanting atmosphere of the panoramic rooftop garden, boasting magnificent views of the city. The Donna Camilla Savelli also offers bar and room service.

Rooms: 78

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