Donna Camilla Savelli


A place to lose yourself in during a Roman retreat with artistic nuances

Donna Camilla Savelli is an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Rome, at the foot of Gianicolo Hill in Trastevere, one of the oldest and most characteristic neighborhoods of the Italian Capital. The hotel is housed in a 17th-century convent designed by the famous architect Francesco Borromini. The cloister, the refectory and the common areas are rich in details of the Baroque era, the absolute protagonist of this unique and charming place.

The rooms are located in the former cells of the nuns and are characterized by a refined and elegant style with antique furniture and original furnishing accessories; from the panoramic terrace, guests can have an enchanting view on the rooftops of Rome or on the beautiful interior garden. A hotel that has been able to reinterpret its past with sober elegance, offering unforgettable experiences in the Eternal City.