Sala Bernini, the oratory of the former convent, offers a unique opportunity to experience events within the original heart of the Residenza di Ripetta. The great occasions that have taken place here over the centuries still seem to linger in the air of this sumptuous Salone. Events take place surrounded by the commemorative bust of Pope Innocent XI sculpted by Berardo Adrizzoia and 18th century frescoes by Giacomo Triga. Even the foyer of the Sala is beautifully furnished with sculptures and paintings by Fabio Sinisca. Sala Bernini is the ideal venue for conventions, banquets and fashion shows.
Residenza di Ripetta is home to Café di Ripetta Restaurant along with the secluded Giardino di Ripetta. These much-loved and much-lauded venues allow Chef Rodolfo Chieroni to craft and showcase his culinary masterpieces.
Princes, Kings and movie stars have slept through the night in these elegant bedrooms and the wide panoramic windows have offered international celebrities the same magnificent tranquil view of the inner garden. Follow in their footsteps and enjoy the true meaning of profound luxury and wellness in the privacy of your own Royal Suite.
The Pincian Hill, one of the most romantic and picturesque places for a stroll in the Capital, is a Roman hill (although not one of the Seven Hills) offering a breathtaking view of the Piazza del Popolo and the city.
Not far from the complex of Sant'Anselmo, high on the Aventine Hill, via diSanta Sabina opens onto the quiet Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta. Bordered by a high wall, decorated with neoclassical obelisks and military trophies, it leads to a famous and fascinating broad wooden door.
Caravaggio's Hidden Works - In one of the side chapels of the Cerasi Chapel, in the transept of the Church of Santa Maria del Popolo in Rome, are two important yet often overlooked works by Caravaggio, the Conversion of St. Paul and the Crucifixion of St. Peter.
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