Palazzo Lupardi Relais is housed in a characteristic 16th-century building decorated with medallions containing portraits of jurists and masks on the windows.
The façade and the internal spaces of the third and fourth floors of the building have recently been restored and renovated to house the six rooms that nowadays welcome our guests. All rooms have an authentic style characterized by antique ceilings and original floors and are equipped with all comforts to ensure a memorable stay.
The property takes its name from the Roman publisher Bartolomeo Lupardi (1630-1706) who, thanks to the proceeds of his activity, bought and restored this building in 1698, giving it its characteristic façade that we can admire today.
Starting from a small bookshop near Piazza Navona, he developed his publishing activity under the protection of Christina of Sweden, publishing several theatrical booklets, reports up to work for the printing of the chamber.
In 1682 he retired to private life in the house located in Via del Governo Vecchio at number 104, where we are today.
After his death, the house was donated to the Archconfraternity of the Sacred Stimmate of Rome (of which he was a member), remembered by a plaque superimposed on the inscription on the architrave of the main door: "D BARTO NV LIBER". [DO (MV) S BARTHOL ... I N ° V LIBER] still present today.