Palazzo Ferrajoli, designed by Giacomo della Porta and erected in 1500 is a building full of history that over the centuries has hosted high priests, men of arms and noble families. Setting a reception in the splendid halls of the building means immersing yourself in history, including period furnishings and refined decorations.
Palazzo Ferrajoli History
Palazzo Ferrajoli is located in the heart of Rome, in front of the Antonina Column. Originally, the area housed the houses of Del Bufalo Cancellieri, families of ancient Roman nobility. Designed by Giacomo della Porta it was modernized for the first time in 1561 and in 1602 it was renovated by Francesco Paparelli, taking on the appearance that it still maintains today. During the Napoleonic empire it was the seat of the French embassy and the residence of Cardinal Giuseppe Fesch, uncle of Napoleon of France and precisely the French ambassador. Since 800 it has become the home of the Marquises Ferrajoli.
Today Palazzo Ferrajoli lends itself as an exceptional venue for receptions, gala dinners, weddings and cultural events of various kinds. Among the splendid halls of the palace, the flagship is the Sala del Pianoforte, where guests can welcome guests accompanied by live music in a luxurious environment. Each salon is embellished with period furnishings and refined decorations and a team of experienced professionals follows the planning and implementation of each event, ensuring an impeccable result and an unforgettable experience.