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A small architectural jewel in the heart of Rome, the Donna Camilla Savelli, a hotel resort located in a seventeenth century convent, was designed by Francesco Borromini (1599-1667). The hotel owes its name to the founder of the religious institution. It was year 1642 when Camilla Savelli. A Farnese noblewoman, commissioned the convent of “Santa Maria dei Sette Dolori” and the adjoining homonymous church to Francesco Borromini. The unmistakable style of the artist can be recognized at first glance with his skilful use of flat, concave and convex surfaces.The charming view from the roof garden, the cloister, the refectory gives the guest an unforgettable emotion.At few steps from the hotel Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, Vatican City.All 75 rooms of the Donna Camilla Savelli especially at sunset offer scenery of rare beauty.From the terraces the guests have the impression of dominating the Eternal City. All rooms are furnished of bath-tub or shower, hairdryer, air conditioning, minibar, safety box, tv (with Premium tv football/sports Package free), internet access.