Villa Lais was built in the 18th century for the De Carolis family.
In 1872, became the property of the family Lais, which made significant changes to the entire property.
Since 1954, Villa Lais is the property of the municipality of Rome.
In 2002/2004 it carried out important restoration work, after which the chapel with frescoes on the walls turned into a cozy wedding hall. It is good for a quite and intimate wedding in Rome.
Built in 1873, the Villa in Rome, is an elegant neoclassic building surrounded by acres of extremely cured English style garden.
The Villa offers an absolutely unique and spectacular view over the Eternal city.
The various sized rooms, gardens and terraces are set up for specific needs and individual taste, perfect to host wedding ceremonies and receptions, business lunches, gala dinners and conventions in Rome.
This Villa is the unique among the historic residences: a splendid Italian garden, elegant and refined drawing rooms furnished with genuine antiques, exclusive Wellness Centre, sumptuous rooms with every comfort...
The Villa is situated in the heart of Rome, on one of the original seven hills of the city, the Quirinale, and is steps from the Piazza del Quirinale and just minutes from the Fontana di Trevi.
The Garda Island is magic and mystery.....
It is situated on the western side of Lake Garda, a short distance from San Felice del Benaco.
Today it owes its fascination to the extraordinary Venetian neo-Gothic style villa, designed by the architect Luigi Rovelli at the beginning of the 20th century; an imposing harmonious building, rich in surprising architectonic details.
Aristocratic Florentine villa in Tuscany, placed on the slope of Fiesole’s elegant hill, offers splendid views of Florence and of Fiesole’s landscape. The Villa was named “The Sfacciata”, in the XX century for its dominant position and its beautiful surrounding gardens and park.
It dates back to Medieval times when, we suppose, it appeared as a 14th century cottage with its pretty farm. The Villa in Florence was transformed into a palace in the 15th century.