History

We wanted to represent in every room the hotel history of our city: “la Roma delle osterie”, popular continuations of the ancient pilgrim hostels:

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Stanza Della Luna
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LunaIn Campo de' Fiori there was the Osteria della Luna where Pietro Aretino, our court-son with the soul of King, stopped. He was born in Arezzo on April 20, 1492 and died in Venice on October 21, 1556; he was a poet, an Italian writer and playwright known chiefly for some of his writings, from content considered as licentious (at least for the time).

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Stanza Dell'Orso
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OrsoIn the Osteria dell'Orso (now restored in a chic style) Dante showed up to attend the Jubilee of 1300. Dante, of the Alighieri family , was an Italian poet, writer and politician. It is considered the father of the Italian language; his fame is due primarily to the paternity of Comedìa, which has become famous as the Divine Comedy.

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Stanza Della Campana
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CampanaGoethe tells of an ardent literary love (XV Elegia Romana) consumed with the beautiful Faustina at the Osteria della Campana at Vicolo di Monte Savello. The Roman Elegie is a cycle of twenty-four poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, originally titled Erotica Romana, composed between 1788 and 1790.

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Loft Vaticano Roma
Stanza Del Moro
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MoroAt the Osteria del Moro at Maddalena was the scene of one of the many fights of Caravaggio (Milan, September 29, 1571 - Porto Ercole, July 18, 1610). He is one of the most renowned Italian painters of all time, who has become universally famous only in the 20th century, after a period of oblivion.

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Stanza Del Tempo Perso
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Tempo PersoThe inns were places of great simplicity, where the figure of the host reigned with charisma on a clientele affectionate to wine and dishes. Nothing to do with the atmosphere imprisoned in the famous shot of Conte Primoli (1861-1927), immortalized in the same years by Osteria del Tempo Perso.

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La suite degli angeli
Stanza Del Peterellaro
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PaterellaroAt Paterellaro in Piazza San Crisogono in Trastevere gladly stopped the Trilussa poet, famous for soups and spaghetti. A world that really does not exist anymore. Trilussa, anagramatic pseudonym of Carlo Alberto Camillo Mariano Salustri (Rome, October 26, 1871 - Rome, December 21, 1950)

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