Roma Sei

Quite grandiose 5 bedroom/6 bath luxury residence in the best part of the historical center, just off Piazza Navona.

Rome Apartments & Villas Apartment 10

This beautiful apartment is one of the most luxurious and outstanding places to stay in Rome, offering guests a rare opportunity to experience this remarkable city in breath-taking style. Staying in this unique family home, recently restored, offers guests a rare opportunity to experience Rome through the taste and luxury of a priviledged Roman family. The palazzo ensures both the business and leisure traveller the benefits of a classic roman accommodation fully equipped with modern conveniences.

The Palazzo can accommodate up to ten people comfortably.

The Residence is situated off the Via dei Coronari on a quiet lane behind the famed Piazza Navona and directly opposite the historic Bramante Cloisters. From the terrace one can see the rooftop restaurant/bar of the Raphael Hotel.

The Palazzo offers guests three receptions rooms, five bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, modern elevator, 2 kitchen’s for serious chefs, butler’s pantry, laundry room, housekeeping (optional) and a splendid roof top terrace with breath taking and intimate views over rooftops. The entire palace is furnished with the finest antiques, furnishings and important old master paintings. The second reception can also provide seating for 12 people as a board room for business travellers wishing to convene meetings abroad. A chef can also be provided for dinners and other catering requirement.

Guests enter the Palazzo through a street level massive double door into a large and elegant hallway with a view to the inner courtyard with antique stone bench and exotic palm and fruit trees. There is a door to the right which leads to the Camera Gattopardo with two single beds and an ensuite dressing room and beyond the bathroom with walk-in shower.

To the left of the hallway is the glass elevator and beyond a door to the laundry room. The hallway has a stairway leading to the first floor. On the first floor the hallway has two arched entrances, to the right leading to the dining room with seating for 12 people, The dining room also has a sofa and an original stairway leading up to the third floor. The two large windows also open onto a veranda with views over the Bramante Cloisters. Although the house is in the heart of the city the street is extremely quiet ensuring guests find a welcome refuge from the noise of the city.

To the left of the first floor hallway is a step down into the main reception/living room with three sofas surrounding a large crystal coffee table. The rooms offers a large original fireplace as well as a desk for writing and additional seating. There is also a large television. Off the main reception room is a hallway leading to the second bedroom with original lead windows. The Camera Borgia has a double window overlooking the courtyard of the Residence. The bedroom is furnished with a queen size bed, an antique chest of drawers. One entire wall has an imaginary landscape mural and hides a built-in cupboard and secret door leading to the large bathroom with a bath tub and walk-in shower all in white marble.

Returning to the Dining Room there is a door leading to the large kitchen which is perfectly equipped with all appliances offering excellent cooking facilities for serious chefs. There is also a charming antique oval table for intimate breakfasts. Off the kitchen there is a door leading to the butler’s pantry which is perfectly set out with linens and towels.

From the Dining room there is the original stairway leading up to the third floor hallway. Alternatively there is a door off the dining room with a wonderful circular stairway leading to the Stanza Calabrone, the 5th bedroom with a large single empire bed and ensuite bathroom. This a wonderful bedroom with a wall to wall window overlooking the inner courtyard.

On the third floor to the right of the central hallway are three steps up to a hallway leading to the the fourth bedroom, Camera di Beatrice. This bedroom has a queen size bed and views over the Bramante Cloister, and of course has an ensuite bathroom in grey stone with bath.

Also on the third floor to the left of the hallway is the Camera Boromini, a large bedroom with wooden panelling and an original stone fireplace. This bedroom has two single, magnificent Baroque beds as well as a large sofa and two elegant reading chairs. We can also add an extra two beds to this room should parents wish to be together with their children. This bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with large walk-in shower as well as an ante dressing room area.

Continuing upstairs via the circular stairway is the second kitchen and a door to the fabulous roof top terrace has two comfortable chairs for relaxing and reading as well as a travertine table which can accommodate 10/12 people. Continuing on the stairway up leads to the terrace and second kitchen. The kitchen has all facilities for catering and evening aperitifs on the terrace. There is a dining table for 10 people as well as fruit and palm trees offering a magical ambience for enchanting lunches or dinners al fresco.

There is of course WiFi, Sky, washing machine, dryer, hairdryers, coffee machine, etc. Lucas or Joanna, the housekeepers who live in the palazzo also provide three hours of refreshing bedrooms and kitchen daily.

We can provide a list of items which are available in advance of the guests arrival which include food produce as well as wines, water etc. Once guests have confirmed their booking I would be delighted to discuss any specific needs with respect to items to be ordered.

There is a check-out cleaning.

The recently installed glass elevator can hold two people. the elevator can be accessed from the ground floor to the first and second floors leading to the (1st floor)main reception , Borgia Suites, dining room and kitchen and (2nd floor) leading to the Boromini and Beatrice Suites. The Calabrone bedroom and the terrace are accessed via another stairway way which does not have an elevator. The residence is a structure dating from the medieval period and has been changed over the centuries into this splendid home. We hope that our guests can appreciate that as a result of the historic preservation regulations imposed on properties of this importance in the heart of Rome certain aspects of the interior have been preserved over convenience. Wheelchair access is good however guests should have some mobility in order to stand in the elevator and ascend and descend the three or four steps in different parts of the house.

5 Bedroom/5 Bathrooms over 300 m2/3250 sq. ft. of inside space.


Air conditioning, multi-language satellite, TV, DVD player and a library of movies,Wi-Fi Internet access. Washing machine, Separate dryer, two kitchens (Main and secondary for roof top terrace), dishwasher, Nespresso. Housekeeping: The Residence offer additional housekeeping on request Recreational Facilities: The Residence will shortly be offering a spectacular indoor pool decorated with magnificant hand painted tiles from Naples Special Catering/Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Catering can be arranged on special request Meeting/Conference Room The two reception rooms give the possibility for guests to arrange small business meetings if they wish. We have specifically created seating in the second reception room for special board meetings or related business gatherings.



  • Corporate bookings allowed
  • Fireplace
  • Soap/Shampoo Provided
  • Housekeeping Optional
  • Local Guides/Maps
  • Washing Machine
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Iron
  • Fitness Room
  • High chair
  • Long term rentals allowed (over 1 month)
  • Bachelor or bachelorette parties allowed
  • Hair dryer

Phone / Internet

  • Internet Access

Property Features

  • Secure parking space
  • Elevator access
  • Parking


  • Stove or Oven
  • Toaster
  • Freezer
  • Paper Towels Provided
  • Kettle
  • Blender
  • Dishwasher


  • DVD Player
  • Satellite or cable TV
  • Television
  • VCR
  • Books


  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Patio
  • Porch
  • Garage
  • Balcony or terrace


  • 12 Dining chairs
  • 12 Lounge chairs
Property Type
Rome Apartments & Villas
Special Selection
  • Deluxe World Class Property
  • Within walking distance of a village


Two maids live onsite and work four hours per day. Chef available at extra cost


Refundable security deposit: $1500. Final cleaning fee: $450


This superb spacious home is a treasure in the heart of the city, offering guests a rare opportunity to discover this remarkable city with easy walking to all the famous and important sites. Directly opposite is the Bramante Cloisters which was recently converted into a museum with ongoing special exhibitions. The Senate is just on the other side of Piazza Navona. Some of Rome's finest restaurants are a two minute walk from the Palazzo including Santa Lucia, the Raphael hotel restaurant, Tre Scallini in Piazza Navona and of course the Gelateria del Teatro which is definately the number one ice cream shop in Rome. There is also a very good supermarket around the corner and Luca the butler will assist with any immediate needs of our guests.

Recommended Local Restaurants

Within 5 minutes walk

La Rosetta-via della Rosetta 8/9, 00186 ROMA Tel +39066861002 Inviting display, at the entrance to the establishment, of fresh fish caught daily; the fact that the place is very popular does not detract from the carefully planned and pleasant atmosphere in the dining room. One block from the Pantheon.

Chiostro di Bramante-This has to be one of the most beautiful, peaceful and historic places to lunch in Rome. Very Informal. Food consistis of big salds, eggs, crostin, some pasta. Inexpensive.

IIl Convivio-Troiani-vicolo dei Soldati 31, 00186 ROMA Tel +39066869432 This Michelin One Star elegant restaurant is in the heart of the historic centre. Amid a decor of frescoes, paintings and modern minimalism, enjoy quintessential Italian cuisine. Choose from risottos and pasta, as well as a selection of specialities from the Lazio region. Expensive.

Enoteca al Parlamento Achilli-via dei Prefetti 15, 00186 Roma Tel +390686761422 This is one of Rome's best wine shops. Although there is little to suggest a restaurant from the exterior, this elegant wine bar in the city centre leads to two wood-vaulted and interconnecting dining rooms. The striking individual cuisine is based on bold combinations and contrasts, perfect for anyone looking for a change from more traditional fare. A truly delightful and imaginative exploration of culinary flavours! Rated One Micheli Star. You can pick your bottle of wine in the wine shop and drink it with dinner.(at no extra markup). If you were looking for a place to drink that special bottle, this might be it.

Within 10 minutes walk of apartment

Casa Bleve-via del Teatro Valle 48/49, 00186 Roma Tel +39066865970 Occupying an old palace (1492) with large vaulted ceilings, this restaurant near Palazzo Madama offers an à la carte menu of Italian specialities. Attractive display of wines near the entrance, including some fine vintages. Wine bar in front. Dining room room behind it in beautiful room. Lots of wines by the glass. Family owned and operated. Moderate pricing.

Il Sanlorenzo-via dei Chiavari 4/5, 00186 Roma Tel +39066865097 A historic palazzo built over the foundations of the Teatro Pompeo is home to this atmospheric restaurant, which brings together history and contemporary art. However, the real star is the fish on the menu, most of which comes from the island of Ponza, and is served either raw or cooked very simply in a modern style. We had a great mixed fish fry here in September. Expensive

Il Pagliaccio-via dei Banchi Vecchi 129/a, 00186 ROMA Tel +390668809595 One of the top couple restaurants in Rome, this Michelin Two Star establishment strikes a modern note in the heart of Renaissance Rome. The cuisine is modern and innovative, reinterpreting traditional dishes with a contemporary twist. Very Expensive, but offers a great reasonably priced prix fixe lunch.


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The Perfect Spot in Rome

  •  5 of 5

Our group included nine people from the age of 9 to the age of 78 and we spent three nights in June at the Palace Residence. It was perfect for all of us. Its location allows the visitors to really have the experience of living in Rome as the romans do; surrounded by all the necessities of daily life and yet steps from all that the historic center of Rome has to offer. The kitchen has everything you could need; we cooked for ourselves and ate on the roof terrace one evening and it couldn't have been lovelier. The fact that the house has an elevator made it easy to manage luggage and to get from the front door to the third floor, even for the oldest members of our group. We can't wait to go back! It's our new home away from home in Rome.

  • Submitted: Jul 10, 2015
  • Stayed: Jun 2015

My wonderful Roman holiday

  •  5 of 5

Staying in this home was magical!

The rooms and in particular the bedrooms are decorated beautifully - we thought we were in a movie. Everything from start to finish made us all feel like V.I.P's. Lucas, the help, was invaluable - all we had to do was make a list of what we needed from the supermarket and within a short time everything was laid out in the kitchen It was so helpful that Jill sent us a list of all the foods and drinks which could be ordered in advance of our arrival.

There was a plethora of terrific bars and restaurants around the house and everyone soon discovered their favourite place for people watching. The location is unique,a short walk to piazza Navona,so many artisans and antique shops, boutiques,all right there! 

Jill, thank you. We will return!

  • Submitted: Jan 19, 2015
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

A wonderful stay

  •  5 of 5

Pure perfection. This home was so gorgeous and the interior amazing. We tend to stay in apartments or homes when we travel around the world finding even the most luxurious hotels sterile and lacking in the atmosphere and personality… here we found the ultimate in both.  Jill arranged everything down to the sumptuous welcome basket full of Roman delicacies. Luca was so helpful and on several occasions did our shopping at the supermarket so that we could continue with our walking tours. We felt completely spoiled and it is our plan to return the year after next for Easter – supposedly the peak season for visiting Rome.  Peak or otherwise this wonderful place was a luxurious retreat for us in the heart of the best part of town. 

  • Submitted: Dec 31, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014

Absolute perfection!

  •  5 of 5

This was a truly fabulous holiday for us. We loved the atmosphere of this palacial home and knew we had made the right decision booking this for our ten days in Rome. In fact when we began our search for a four bedroom apartment or house in Rome we soon realized that this was one of the few places which could accommodate 8 people. It was clear that no one wanted to have to sleep on a sofa or fold up bed and that's about all we could find until we came across the Residence. The previous reviews were glowing and the idea of a chef coming to prepare a lunch on the terrace fit the bill. It was also good to be able to talk through our needs with Jill on the phone. She gave us a number of vital tips... Not least the recommendation of the gelateria del Teatro - where we ended up spending most of our time in between marathon walking tours. Any excuse to try another flavor of their ice cream! We rate this place the tops and want to come back in a year or two to revisit and learn Italian - any excuse to cone back to our "home" in Rome!

  • Submitted: Dec 19, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

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