Clubhouses and Event Estates

Palazzo Ruspoli – Roma

In the heart of the historic center of Rome, less than a minute’s walk from the Spanish Steps and between the luxury brands of Via Condotti and Via del Corso, stands the Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte.

This historic 16th century palace, where the young Emperor Bonaparte resided together with his mother Ortensia of Beauharnais, Queen of Holland, is made up of four exclusive suites, positioned at the bottom of a splendid staircase, adorned with statues depicting important historical figures.

Palazzo Colonna – Roma

Located right in the heart of the capital, Palazzo Colonna has been the residence of the eponymous family for over eight centuries.

The Palace, among the largest and oldest private palaces in Rome, houses the Galleria Colonna, an authentic jewel of the Roman Baroque which houses artistic masterpieces by the greatest painters between the 15th and 16th centuries, including Annibale Carracci, Guido Reni, Tintoretto, Guercino and Veronese.

With its 76 meters of art, the Sala Grande is the most important and majestic space of the Gallery as well as one of the richest places in art and history in the center of Rome.

Castello Odescalchi – Bracciano

The majestic Odescalchi Castle, one of the most beautiful and imposing Renaissance mansions in Europe, lies a few kilometres north of Rome.

Opened to the public by the Livio IV Odescalchi Foundation, it was built in the 15th century, and combines the functions of a military defence structure and a civilian residence of the feudal lords of the period, the Orsini and Borgia, both papal families.

As one of the largest and best-maintained castles in Italy, it also houses a museum; as a centre of cultural events, the Castello has hosted several high-profile weddings such as the marriage of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.

Palazzo Ducale – Gallese

Located in the ancient Faliscan territory of upper Lazio, the ancient fortress of Gallese has been a coveted possession of the most important Roman noble families since the Middle Ages.

Renovated in the Renaissance by Pope Alexander VI, the castle then became the property of the Altemps family who transformed it into the current palace.The majestic entrance staircase designed by Vignola leads to the loggia and to the internal halls where a collection of priceless statues, plaster casts and ancient marbles is kept.

In the nineteenth century the palace passed into the hands of the Hardouin family of Gallese who still own it today.

Castello Ruspoli – Vignanello

Castello Ruspoli is a 16th-century castle situated In northern Lazio. The area has the greatest concentration of historic gardens in the world and is surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and Italy’s largest producers of hazelnuts. Castello Ruspoli continues to be the property of the Ruspoli family, an old and noble Italian family. It is well known for its Renaissance-era Giardino all’italiana.

A fortress that guards a family story through time; through the restoration and measures of preservation taken by the Ruspoli family, this masterpiece is known throughout the world, especially in Europe, as being one of the most unique gardens of the Renaissance period.