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Via Margutta: the most romantic street in Rome, heart of the Capital's Baroque art. A hidden courtyard. A palace with the highest density of artists ( Picasso, Mascagni, Puccini and Stravinsky) lived and worked in the studios with enormous windows built by a Roman aristocrat who loved the arts.

In this courtyard situated away from the noisy neighboring Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo, Alberto Moncada di Paternò asked Fabrizio and Andrea Magnaghi, young architects specialized in designing hotels, to create 4 splendid suites which blend modern décor with Oriental decorative accents.