Design, refinement, attention to detail and a green heart are the essential ingredients of Palazzo Ripetta, a marvelous and charming 17th-century historic home set in the living heart of the Eternal City. Via di Ripetta, that is: in other words, the Tridente street with the most classic and untouched look compared to the Rome of yesteryear. Here you can still breathe a laid-back, romantic, and even a bit sweetly melancholic atmosphere. The Palazzo, later called the Conservatorio della Divina Provvidenza (Conservatory of Divine Providence) and entrusted to the Sisters of S. Dorotea, was built in 1675 by the will of Pope Innocent XI to provide shelter for young women in distress, orphaned or without husbands. And for three centuries this is how it was. That is, until, in the mid-20th century, the Conservatorio's seat was moved to Trastevere. And so in the 1960s, the Palazzo found a new identity thanks to the Ginobbi family, which took over the building and, while respecting the architectural constraints to which it was bound, entrusted archistar Luigi Moretti to guide the renovation work to convert it into a prestigious luxury residence with exclusive apartments and suites. Since then, Palazzo Ripetta has been the ultimate location for making a Roman getaway into an exclusive and unique experience that will remain forever in your heart's memory. An enchanted and magical place, which in November 2022, after 2 years of renovation and conservative restoration of its artworks and rooms, opened its doors to host demanding visitors from all over the world. The interior design is the work of the renowned Gaetani studio architects and MOI architetture for the hotel part, and Studio Liorni for the food and beverage areas. The result is a breathtakingly modern 5-star hotellerie concept that successfully focuses on our country's art, history, and culture. The concept of luxury of which Palazzo Ripetta is representative finds its perfect expression in the rooms furnished in a unique and refined flavor, where classical influences blend with Made in Italy modernity. That's why a stay here is a unique experience of absolute and intrinsic beauty: a real journey into Italian luxury and refinement, from fabrics to furnishings, from marbles to unique design pieces, down to every detail in perfect Italian style. We cannot forget, of course, the high-level cuisine offered by San Baylon: a contemporary-design temple of taste, designed by architect Roberto Liorni's studio and managed by Chef Marco Ciccotelli, who made the selection of raw materials and Comfort Food, his defining trait. On the other hand, the pastry menu is designed by Pastry Chef Giuseppe Solfrizzi, owner of Le Levain. Outdoors, there is a beautiful little gem: Piazzetta Ripetta. A refined, cozy, and charming haven where tasty delights marry with a retro vibe. A place to experience, breathe and most importantly, enjoy, where taste blends mouth-watering options, with a varied menu according to the time of day and a superb cocktail bar. Whether it is a coffee break, an aperitif, or a quick lunch served with a designer bakery menu, this is the perfect place for every occasion. Palazzo Ripetta is an unmissable setting for visiting and fully experiencing the world's most beautiful city.