Nestled within the charmingly romantic & ancient district of Trastevere with its quaint medieval cobbled streets and hanging flowers, the Voi Donna Camilla Savelli is a hidden jewel of splendour and grand romance. Originally a 17th Century monastery, the buildings and complex were designed by one of the greatest architects of all time and a master of the Roman Baroque period – Borromini. Also architect of the mother house of the Oratorians (Chiesa Nuova) and the interior of the Cathedral of Rome – the Papal Arch-Basilica of St John Lateran – Borromini designed what is now the perfect venue for weddings and banquets. Send us an Email with your meeting needs and we will get back to you ASAP.
"Sala Savelli" – 30 banquet, 100 for Cocktail.
"Sala dei Papi" – 25 banquet
The Voi Donna Camilla Savelli hotel offers a variety of different options to those wishing to hold their reception here. The most splendid and grand is the Gran Sala Borromini which can hold up to 160 guests in a banquet table configuration or up to 200 guests for cocktails and champagne. This can be used as a stand-alone banqueting room or alternatively used in conjunction with the many other areas both inside and outside depending on your wishes and needs.
The outside picturesque cloisters of Chiostro Donna Camilla can seat 200 guests for a banquet or 300 guests for cocktails, whereas the second large cloister, Chiostro Giardino set within the cloister gardens, can offer 100 guests for a banquet or 150 for drinks. Last but not least, the more intimate Chiostro dell’Angieletto can comfortably accommodate a more refined 40 seated guests and 50 guests for cocktails or champagne. Finally, there is the sprawling terrace of Terrazza Savelli which offers a breath-taking panoramic view across the romantic rooftops of Rome that is able to allow up to 100 guests to dine, or 140 guests for drinks. The facilities of the Voi Donna Camilla Savelli hotel offers unparalleled flexibility and options for wedding receptions, and the backdrop to the grandeur of Borromini’s architecture and the romantic area of Trastevere is truly a marriage made in heaven.