The Via Frattina is one of the most luxurious and unique places to stay in Rome, situated in the XVI century Palazzo Ruspoli on Rome’s legendary Via Condotti, the apartment was named after Emperor Napoleon III, who lived here in 1830. Careful renovation has restored the apartment to its original splendour. The apartment consists of three magnificient rooms, each more impressive than the next with antique furnishings, massive oil paintings, XVI century tapestries, parquet floors and hand-stencilled walls. The master bedroom has a large canopied bed draped with beautiful fabrics and silks. One of the six huge oil paintings in the bedroom forms the headboard while another painting opens to reveal an exquisite marble bathroom. Guests enter the Palazzo through massive wooden doors and pass along an elegant arcade of Doric columns with ancient artefax on display that were excaved on site. A grand marble staircase, lined with antique marble busts of Roman Emperors, leads up to the entrance of the apartment. The Via Frattina offers two large reception rooms and a large bedroom (bed 180x190 cm), bathroom, kitchenette and powder room.
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