Villa Spalletti Trivelli in Rome
A villa patrician of the first of the Nine hundred, overlooking a splendid Italian garden, hosts the environments of Villa Spalletti Trivelli, one of the solutions of welcome more original ed exclusive among the boutiques hotel , villas and luxury hotels a Rome.
Guests, surrounded by ancient furnishings from collection private family Spalletti Trivelli, live the experience of a luxury timeless, immersed in relaxing atmosphere of a'ancient house noblewithout abandoning all the most modern comfort and to a watch out and discreet service.
The story of Villa Spalletti Trivelli
Gabriella Rasponi, widow of the Count Wenceslas Spalletti Trivelli, Senator of the Kingdom, nephew of Gioacchino Murat and of Carolina Bonaparte (sister of Napoleon), buy the land in front of the gardens of the Quirinale where once stood the house of Tito Pomponius Atticus, publisher and friend of Cicerone, and entrust the architect Domenico Avenali (which avails itself of the collaboration of valenti artists and craftsmen including Edoardo Gioja) the task of building Villa Spalletti Trivelli.
Thanks to the intelligent sensitivity of the Countess Rasponi, President of the National Council of Italian Women, Villa Spalletti Trivelli becomes a Upper Room political and cultural di prestige.
Every Thursday afternoon i saloni was originally the villa they are frequented by characters prominent of the era including Romualdo Bonfaldini, Sidney Sonnino e Rabrindanath Tagore, Nobel Prize for the literature in the 1913.
At the beginning of the 1930s, Cesare Spalletti Trivelli inherits from the mother the historic residence in the center of Rome where he will live with his wife, the Countess Guendalina Cavazzi from Somaglia.
Nominated Gentleman and Court Lady of the Queen Maria José of Belgium, Wife of Umberto II of Savoy, Last King of Italy, the count and the countess will then leave the Villa to his son Piero, sensitive writer and fine poet.
in 2004 Giangiacomo Spalletti Trivelli, son of Count Piero, and his wife Susanna, daughter of the riding champion Raimondo d'Inzeo, they decide to transform the historical house of family in an exclusive place of residence di luxury to welcome the travelers more refined and demanding.
Places of interest nearby
Villa Spalletti Trivelli is a luxurious and private residence of the period, located in the heart of the city, a few steps from the Piazza del Quirinale, residence of the President of the Italian Republic, and from Trevi Fountain, as well as the most famous ones monuments was originally the ancient Rome: the Coliseum and of Imperial Forums they are just 15 minutes of walk.
Position also rewarding for its proximity to the main ones museums and to the most famous shopping streets: Via del Corso e Via Condotti, it's about a 10 minute walk.