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|Style / Rating||*****||Gardens / Park|
|Minimum stay (nights)||-||Music restrictions|
|Exclusivity||Civil wedding at the venue|
|Accommodates / Sleeps||-||Religious blessing at the venue|
|Breakfast included||Reception Hall (not restaurant)|
|Cantina||Distance to Rome (hr:min)||30mins|
|Wine tasting||Distance to Florence (hr:min)||03hr48mins|
|Health Centre / Spa||Distance to Pisa (hr:min)||03hr49mins|
|Tennis||Distance to Bologna (hr:min)||03hr41mins|
Napoleon was eccentric, everybody knows it and to prove his exentricity, he commissioned a famous architect, to make a building that could have one of the most beautiful sights of Rome.
Is not difficult to imagine the beautiful environment in which resources this venue, located in the heart of one of the most beautiful parks in the heart of the capital.
The result was a charming and refined Parisian bistro atmosphere in a Neoclassical style building.
It 's the Imperial Hall, in general, to serve as the backdrop for a banquet of up to 150 people treated in compliance with furnishings the neoclassical style of belonging and initial ideas of the architect.
It is not excluded, however, that you can opt for different solutions for everyone and especially for all budgets:
during the summer it is possible to take an aperitif on the terrace and then go into the beautiful four rooms on the top floor, containing about 12 people each, or savor the entire buffet on the terrace or garden, or even toast the bride and groom in the elegant bar corner site in the large, ornate tunnel leading directly on the famous terrace with the breathtaking view.