A holiday to discover the charm of the vatican museums spend the night in our boutique hotel
Precious treasures, guarded with care and sincere love for beauty, works of art of incomparable beauty make it one of the most appreciated museums in the world. A must-see!
To live an unusually beautiful experience come to our boutique hotel
Once you enter our hotel, the Triviho Luxury Hotel, will welcome you to our qualified staff to accompany you in our elegant rooms. Environments characterized by luxury and art, spacious and relaxing spaces. Equipped with all the comforts to make your stay in our hotel unique.
The Suites for very demanding travelers, are equipped with a living area with chaise longue and coffee table, bathroom with large shower and double sink. In addition we offer a wide range of services, on request such as laundry service, airport transfer, city tour and convenient private parking.
In the vatican museums to discover its treasures
The origins date back to 1503, when Pope Julius II donated his private collection to the Vatican, since then other popes followed his example, until it became one of the largest collections of works of art in the world. The jewels kept inside are magnificent examples of human art and ingenuity.
From the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance, Raphael, Michelangelo, the great masterpieces of classical statuary, the ethnographic department with the testimony of non-European civilizations, the department of modern and contemporary art, a set of museums that makes clear the attention that the Catholic Church has always had towards art and artists. A centuries-old stratification of works and authors.
The Popes wanted to collect, preserve and collect the most precious and important testimonies. You can visit the Rooms of Raphael, where the famous painter and his disciples decorated the apartments of Pope Julius II. The frescoes of the four enormous rooms in sequence are truly spectacular. Or the Gallery of Maps, where on the side walls there are maps depicting the Italian regions and the possessions of the Church, accompanied by representations on the ceiling that recall the main religious events that took place in them.
The corridor is located along the route that leads to the Sistine Chapel, the most important treasure of the Vatican. An invaluable work of art, it is frescoed by artists of the calibre of Botticelli, Perugino and Michelangelo. Highly symbolic place, where the narration of the Christian sacred writings takes shape, through the representation of the Stories of Genesis, from the Creation, to the Fall of Man, to the Universal Flood to the rebirth of humanity with the family of Moses. Those who arrive in Rome must visit the Vatican museums.