Located in the heart of Rome's historic centre, in front of the Quirinale, this 17th-century Palace was built at the behest of Scipione Borghese to become in the family residence 700 Rospigliosi Pallavicini.
The rooms decorated by Guido Reni, from Dutch Paoul Bril and Giovanni Valdarno from make it a veritable Temple of art.
The complex is surrounded by a central garden where stands a loggia-belvedere.
On the back, a number of 19th century buildings create a pleasant atmosphere, with a series of small courtyards, joined together by evocative steps.
The ancient nymphaeum in "secret garden" of the main Palace, decorated with antique statues, closes the prospect of "noble" porch.
Nine rooms, with a capacity from 30 to 300 people, may be equipped for organizing receptions, private parties, conferences and business meetings.