Palazzo Naiadi Roma - The Dedica Anthology
Palazzo Naiadi is situated on the curve of Piazza della Repubblica, overlooking Rutelli’s Fountain of the Naiads and Michelangelo’s Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli. Dating from 1887, Palazzo Naiadi has an intriguing wing built in 1705 by Pope Clement XI as a grainstore for the Vatican. From large corporate gatherings to small creative sessions or bespoke private dinners, at Palazzo Naiadi we create events that make a lasting impression. Our Business Centre, part of it intriguingly suspended over the foundations of the Diocletian Baths (AD306), offers a total of eight high-tech, flexible rooms with capacity between 10 and 180 guests. We also offer exclusive use of our stunning rooftop terrace, with panoramic views of Rome; our Tazio restaurant and its portico terrace on the square; or our elegant first-floor restaurant, La Frusta, which conjures up all the Roman glamour of Federico Fellini and La Dolce Vita.