Our Trips using this Lodging

Palazzo Cardinal Sesi

Rome, Italy

This beautiful palace, originally built in the 15th century, was purchased by Cardinal Pierdonato Cesi who renovated it into an antiques and art museum. The Generalate of the Salvatorians later converted it to the sophisticated hotel that it is today. Each of its 30 guest rooms is tastefully decorated with classic Italian designs, tile floors, and cherry wood furnishings. Guests can unwind with a cocktail in the ambient courtyard or in the library lounge. A breakfast buffet is offered in the stately old Refectory where monks once ate.

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