Le Dimore del Quartetto


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Palazzo Isolani is one of the most beautiful and important historical buildings in Bologna, in the heart of its medieval center: it looks onto the splendid Piazza delle Sette Chiese (Square of the Seven Churches) and, being near the famous Due Torri (Two Towers), is at the center of an architectural complex which includes various buildings that are still today the property of the Cavazza Isolani family. The Isolani family, originally from the island of Cyprus from whence their name (meaning “Islanders”) originates, moved to Bologna at the beginning of the eighteenth century and over the following centuries became one of the city’s most influential senatorial families.
The seventeenth-century rooms on the ground floor of Palazzo Isolani, used for the events of Isolani Meeting, are richly frescoed, decorated with damask tapestries and full of the family’s furniture and paintings.
With their particular private residence atmosphere, these rooms are the perfect setting for receptions, weddings, cocktail evenings, gala lunches and formal dinners, but are also perfect for conventions, congresses, conferences, meetings and other business events.