Palazzo Scanderbeg

Palazzo Scanderbeg is a residence from the XV century located in the heart of Rome, just two-minute walk from the famous Trevi Fountain.

For many years it was home to the Italian Pasta Museum and was originally built in 1466 by the King of Epirus George Castriota, known as Scanderbeg, heroic commander who distinguished himself in the long war against the Ottoman expansion in defense of Christianity.

Due to a thorough refurbishment, this ancient noble residence is today the ideal solution for travelers who desire a home away from home while enjoying all comforts and high-end services.

11 different-sized luxury apartments which overlook a theatrical square which project the guests in the life, sometimes vibrant, sometimes sleepy, but always suggestive of the Eternal City.

The Palazzo consists of 4 floors and is built around a courtyard with a gargoyle shaped fountain from which water flows.  The building features beautiful terraces, but one of the most sought-after corners is the Library Room where one can chat or read on the armchair by the fireplace. From here one has access to the exclusive Suites, the largest of which measures 166 square meters (1786 square feet) but each with unique characteristics: from the wellness tower suite featuring an emotional shower with hammam to a private terrace from which enjoy the mild climate and the incomparable light of the Eternal City.

Luxurious and exclusive


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