Their position in the imposing Palazzo di Torlonia, with its enchanting Renaissance garden, original 17th century frescoes, abundance of natural light and sumptuous antique furnishings is nothing short of grand. Sala Pio IX, a 46m² hall, seats up to 60 guests in auditorium style, and the more intimate Salone Inghilterra can host up to 30. Wi-Fi, presentation screens and audio conference technology feature in both rooms. And bespoke menus created by our sensational chef, Antonio Vitale, are served with the personal service excellence on which Niquesa is built.
to the city's landmarks beyond. Spread over 200m² and adorned with fragrant blossoming bushes, climbing ivy and olive trees, the Roof Garden is a discrete, exclusive space, the ideal setting for romantic dinners, parties, fashion shows, cocktails or wedding banquets. The terrace can hold up to 400 people for cocktails.
the art of the elegant and sumptuous furniture and the way in which the hall is organised into functional spaces that enhance the historical personality it is imbued with. It is truly the ideal venue for any type of important event, from private dinners to meetings. The Sala is blessed with natural light and can seat up to 60 guests when set up as an auditorium.
Salone Inghilterra, the more intimate sister venue to Sala Pio IX, draws guests into a exclusive and historic luxury. Located on the second floor of Palazzo Torlonia, its windows overlook the historic Via Bocca di Leone below. Ideal for a cocktail party,
a high-level meeting or an intimate private dinner, the walls are embellished with art and decorations, the furniture is sumptuous and the warm natural lighting enhances any gathering. The Sala can host up to 30 guests when set up theatre style.
Chef Antonio Vitale brings Michelin star standards to Hotel d’Inghilterra’s restaurant kitchen. As he embraces Rome’s venerable cuisine heritage, his honed craft, creative spirit and passion for ingredients shines through every dish.
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