Railing Hall, Mirrors Hall, Sala di Diana, Sala di Venere: Palazzo Vilòn’s unique spaces, welcome to our world of Wonders. Three hundred square meters of beauty, art and intensity. Four precious gems, marvellous and exclusive settings to enjoy Baroque’s magic, perfectly balanced with a contemporary and sophisticated design.
Lovingly restored and elegantly furnished, these luxurious Salons are the ultimate expression of the noble soul of the Palace. The ideal location for unforgettable moments, engraved memories to cherish forever.
Unrivalled for its richness and decorative flair, this is the very first room guests encounter when walking into the threshold of Palazzo Vilòn. Crafted by the astounding seventeenth-century stage designer Grimaldi, the Hall features two magnificent staircases (the Rails) that lead to a delightful Loggia facing over the Tiber (24 sqm), the most private area of the Palace, once a place to exchange secrets and a refuge for dreamers to enjoy the view over the river view in solitude.
A stylish and refined room that embraces visitors with its sophisticated atmosphere and eclectic style. The chromatic contrasts and its modern design, together with its vibrant and unique furnishings, make it the perfect set to enjoy an intimate aperitif or host an elegant and exclusive cocktail party.
With its light illusions and reflections, bas-reliefs, golden stuccoes and original Flemish mirrors, dated back to the 16th century, this Gallery is one of the highest expressions of the Roman Baroque and an exceptional setting for gala dinners, sumptuous celebrations and for any special moment. As the beating heart of Palazzo Vilòn, it has welcomed great characters and leading figures throughout history, including architects Nicodemus Tessin (1654-1728) and John Talman (1677-1728).
Skilfully renovated and furnished, this room is a tribute to the Roman Goddess of Beauty and Love, which you can find finely depicted in all the paintings that adorn the wall on the right. With its play of mirrors, frescoed ceilings and marble half-busts standing out against the embracing Ottanium Blue walls, it is the ideal frame for a cocktail party, to relax between two meal courses, or simply to close the eyes and enjoy the Baroque dream.