They made a quick trip to Rome over the weekend to attend the wedding of their close friend Misha Nonoo So just where did the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stay for their few nights away from baby Archie? WATCH: Meghan Markle attends first public event since Archie  Well, according to reports, Meghan and Harry spent two nights at the exclusive Hotel Vilon in the luxurious Borghese Suite after arriving on a commercial flight  The historical residence, which features a king-sized bed, art deco furniture and a private sitting room is said to have set the couple back $2200 per night  The hotel website states that the rooms and suites “provide an inviting bright ambiance ranging from intimate cozy bedrooms to unique original suites, many of which have private terraces with exclusive views of the Borghese Palace Gardens ”  The five-star hotel is also located close to some of Rome’s most iconic landmarks including the Trevi fountain and the Spanih steps    Misha Nonoo and Michael Hess celebrated their wedding with a sunset ceremony in Rome on Friday  The glitzy couple were married in a romantic ceremony at Villa Aurelia, a lavish 17th-century villa which boasts breath-taking views across Rome from its gardens  Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with their partners Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank also joined in the big day    Meghan and Nonoo have been close friends for some time, with the designer recently working with the Duchess on a capsule collection that benefits Smart Works – a charity that helps unemployed women find professional clothing for job interviews  The designer previously attended Meghan’s infamous New York baby shower and also made her first public appearance with Mikey at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan last year  Rumoured to be the matchmaker behind the royal couple’s romance, Misha also designed the famous white ‘husband shirt’ that Meghan wore for her first public appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus games last year