Palazzo Isolani - Bologna’s great history in the heart of the city
Overlooking Piazza SantoStefano (also known as the Seven Churches Square), Palazzo Isolani has for centuries offered its arcades to one of the most enchanting walks around Bologna. But the architectural complex, of which Palazzo Isolani is the centrepiece, hides other riches within its interior.
The sale settecentesche (eighteenth-century halls) of the Piano Terreno (Ground Floor), which today is used to host exclusive events of Isolani Meeting, are richly frescoed, decorated with damask tapestries and furnished with the family's paintings and furniture. The portraits of the Isolani family and Giacomo Murat, the King of Naples, to whom the Isolani were introduced in the early 19th century, give an atmosphere of majestic solemnity to the location; ideal for receptions, weddings, cocktails and gala luncheons, but also conferences, corporate events, seminars, workshops and press conferences.