The Private Apartments on the Piano Nobile

The piano nobile (historically the main first floor) of the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj has been the home of the Princes and Princesses of the Family since the 17th century, when Camillo Pamphilj became the owner of the ancient palazzo, known at the time as the Palazzo Aldobrandini, with its magnificent halls that follow one after the other, and their adjoining more intimate drawing rooms, leading to the Gallery. The apartments, which are still inhabited by the descendants of the family, were decorated in different styles, until the renovations made by the Doria family after 1763, when they moved to Rome after  the recognition of the succession and fusion of their dynasty with the Pamphilj family.

The Private Apartments consist of: the Throne Room, the Blue Room, the Green Room, the Yellow Room, the Red Room, and the Venus’ Dressing Room.