Donna Camilla hotel is located in an ancient convent designed by the italian architect Francesco Borromini between 1599 and 1667. The hotel owes its name to the founder of the religious institution, Camilla Savelli, a noblewoman of Farnese family.
The structure is situated in the heart of the Eternal City, in Trastevere, a few steps from the centre of the city and its main monuments. The guests can enjoy an enchanting panoramic view from the roof garden.
The renovation was made respecting the original structure and the boroque style of the religious institute realised by Borromini. The rooms have been obtained in the cells once used by the nuns: each room is diferent, unique and particular, luxurious and never sumptuous. The roof garden is an ideal location for special events or to enjoy relaxing moments.
The hotel Donna Camilla Savelli has 78 rooms, each one unique and particular.
The rooms, obtained in the cells once used by the nuns of the convent, reveal their ancient beauty. The decorations and the fornitures make the rooms luxurious but not sumptuous, in a harmonious synthesis of modern and ancient styles, with a particular care for the details.
All rooms are furnished of bath-tub or shower, air conditioning, minibar and wired internet connection.