The Palazzo Costaguti building dates back to the first half of the sixteenth century, built for the noble prelate monsignor Costanzo Patrizi. It was sold to brothers Ascanio and Prospero Costaguti, whose heirs still maintain ownership of the palace and the noble title of Marquess. The palace features a ‘piano nobile’ (main noble floor) reached by a stately, marble staircase which once housed the main public rooms for receptions, as well as the master bedrooms. The piano nobile now occupies the Costaguti Apartment, a private residence of 3,200 sq ft.
The interiors are elegantly furnished, effortlessly blending renaissance artwork with more contemporary features and styles.
The apartment is mostly located on the first floor, with 5 bedrooms spread across the main floor and a mezzanine level, offering modern bathrooms, smart TV’s and WiFi.
There are 4 double beds and 1 twin bedroom across the 5 bedrooms (with additional beds available). As is invariably the case with a 16th century building, idiosyncrasies abound: bedrooms are not equal in size, bathrooms can be small and located adjacent or close to bedrooms rather than en suite.