Residenza Napoleone III

Andreas von Einsiedel
Spanish Steps

This petite spot’s two suites—both awash in high-French Baroque—occupy Palazzo Ruspoli, which Napoleon III called home in the 1830s. The accommodation named for the emperor, to which a second bedroom can be added, features a canopy bed, draping silks, and original oil paintings, while the Roof Garden Suite opens onto a top-floor terrace. Trapped-in-amber aesthetic aside, the place offers all the contemporary creature comforts you could want. (Rooms from $815)

Residenza Napoleone III
56 Via Fontanella BorgheseRome, Italy
39-347/733-7098

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