A 17th century palace in the heart of the Eternal City


Strolling through the blend of magic and history along Via del Corso,
an elegant palace unfolds at number 337.

Over the centuries, the palace has been the residence of various Italian prestigious families, becoming an official symbol of Roman aristocracy. Palazzo Roma, more than just a hotel, stands as a museum and a noble estate. Adorned with entirely frescoed walls, precious marbles, and grand staircases, it invites guests to relive the magic of the 17th-century in Rome. With a total of 39 rooms and suites, Palazzo Roma, within the Shedir Collection, shines as the noble star of the Eternal City. The hotel is just steps away from Rome’s major monuments, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Venezia, and many others. Elegantly spacious environments await guests, ensuring they make the most of their stay, complemented by an impeccable and efficient concierge service. The property also offers refined dining, presenting the culinary expertise of Executive Chef Federico Sartucci. This convergence of art, history, cuisine, and design culminates in a single symbol: Palazzo Roma, your aristocratic home in the Eternal City.

Palazzo Roma, your aristocratic home in the Eternal City.


There is no better place to experience the Rome of your dreams!

Palazzo Roma is located at the crossroads of Via delle Muratte, Via di Pietra, and Via del Corso, in close proximity to the Eternal City’s most celebrated historical attractions.

With Piazza Venezia (100 meters), the Trevi Fountain (100 meters), the Pantheon (150 meters), and the Spanish Steps (250 meters), Palazzo Roma offers our guests the opportunity to live an authentic Italian experience.


A museum and a noble estate

Dating back to the 17th century, nestled between Via del Corso and Piazza di Pietra, this historic palace was once the residence of a noble Tuscan family, the Guelfi Camajani. They took full advantage of the property’s urban location, including the medieval Tower of the Tosetti, a cultural treasure within the building. Following the Tuscan family, the palace became the house of various families and groups of intellectuals throughout the 19th century, serving as both a distinguished residence and a venue for high-calibre cultural gatherings. These attributes collectively define the Palace as an iconic symbol of Roman culture, where history, art, and cinema seamlessly converge.

Palazzo Roma | SHEDIR Collection
Palazzo Roma | SHEDIR Collection
Palazzo Roma | SHEDIR Collection