Palazzo Isolani, a great history in the heart of Bologna city
In the heart of Bologna’s historic centre the splendid Piazza delle Sette Chiese is just a short distance from its two famous towers. Its eighteenth century rooms packed with frescoes and damask hangings have a special private residence atmosphere which is ideal for receptions, weddings, cocktails, gala lunches, conference dinners and also for conferences, conventions, meetings and other business events.
The building’s facilities and features
Palazzo Isolani has a great many high prestige rooms for your events with the ideal characteristics and a series of indispensable facilities for a successful event.
|Architectural period||18th century|
|Location||Bologna city centre|
|Opening period||all year|
|Events hosted||conferences, gala dinners, fashion shows, weddings|
|Number of conference rooms||10|
Palazzo Isolani: Originality and Prestige
What it is: An enchanting 18th century town house made up of more than 700 square metres of frescoed rooms in Piazza Santo Stefano in the heart of Bologna.
What to do: We organise every type of event from large scale conferences and business events to seminars, workshops, press conferences, receptions and weddings.
Why Palazzo Isolani: We love beauty and share a passion for things which make history. This is the place for cocktails, gala lunches and conference dinners but also an ideal venue for conferences and congresses or conventions and meetings and other business events, seminars and workshops, presentations and press conferences.
The history of Palazzo Isolani
Looking out onto Piazza Santo Stefano (also known as Piazza delle Sette Chiese), Palazzo Isolani’s porticoes have opened up to one of the most enchanting views in Bologna for centuries. But the architectural complex of which Palazzo Isolani is the linchpin conserves even greater splendours within.
The eighteenth century rooms on its ground floor, now used for exclusive Isolani Meeting events, are packed with fine frescoes, decorated with damask hangings and furnished with family paintings and furniture. Its portraits of the Isolani family and the family of the King of Naples Joachim Murat, a family which the Isolanis married into in the early 19th century, give the building an atmosphere of majestic solemnity which is perfect for receptions, weddings, cocktails and gala lunches but also for conferences, business events, seminars, workshops and press conferences.