Palazzo delle Pietre: historic residence in Campo Marzio
Palazzo delle Pietre, located in the heart of Rome a few steps from Navona Square and Pantheon, in Via delle Coppelle, boasts ancient roots. The Campo Marzio district, where it is located, it begins to develop already in the age of the Republican Rome and, over the centuries, undergoes various transformations; first in the Middle Ages, later in the Renaissance and in the Baroque, up to the present day with the last twentieth century modifications.
Via delle Coppelle began as an axis on which the historical fabric of Imperial Rome developed in the Campo Marzio area to connect this area to the Tiber river on the Port of Ripetta. Over the decades, this space has always played a central role: the present Palazzo delle Pietre was originally built earlier than 1400, in correspondence with the famous Alexandrian Baths built in 62 AD, and in use until the 5th century AD; we return to talk about it in the Middle Ages when we witnessed the creation of the "Via Recta" which, retracing the Roman route, was to take the pilgrims from the center, passing through Via delle Coppelle, up to San Pietro.
In the fifteenth century the body of Via delle Coppelle binds to the name of the Vaticana Archconfraternity of the Holy Annunciation and remains his property until the mid-nineteenth century. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries there were several changes of ownership of the buildings belonging to the SS Annunziata which were divided into various buildings.
Palazzo delle Pietre is the ideal choice for travelers looking for a exclusive place to stay in the center of Rome. The central location allows you to walk to all the main attractions of the city.
The building makes available to its guests 24 beds distributed in 8 comfortable apartments. The apartments are equipped with all comforts and will allow you to live the experience of a unforgettable stay in the heart of the Eternal City.