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A charming and traditional one-bedroom apartment, for up to four people, in a wonderfully central area of Rome, close to most of the main attractions in the city.
If you are visiting Rome and want easy access to most of the main tourist traps, then this apartment is ideal for you. Located centrally between the Trevi fountain, the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the magnificent Santa Maria Maggiore's Basilica, this recently refurbished apartment has many splendid features such as a beautiful terracotta tiled floor, a dark wood ceiling, quality traditional furnishings, a bright fresh colour scheme and delightful artwork. The living room contains a double sofa-bed,a flat screen TV, a DVD player and a striking dining table with seating for six guests. The kitchen is compact, but comes complete with everything required to cook a delicious meal such as an oven and a hob. The bedroom is light and airy with a large comfortable double bed and plenty of closet space. The spacious bathroom has been completely remodelled and is fitted out with a powerful shower. For your comfort there is a washing machine, an iron and board, a hairdryer, linen, towels, a printer, an elevator, air-conditioning and a hi-speed Internet connection. In a superb location, this is a great place to discover Rome.
An extra foldable bed for children under the age of 3 years old is available upon request and will cost 30 Euro extra, for the entire period.
This apartment could not be better located, looking out over the Colosseum and Foro Romano in the heart of the old Roman city centre. The Colosseum, opened in 80 AD, is perhaps the most iconic sight of Rome. The Foro Romano is equally impressive, considered the oldest part of the city and home to several important Government buildings dating from the height of the Roman Empire. The nearby Celio neighbourhood immediately next to the Colosseum offers some great local restaurants and wine bars above all in Via S. Giovanni in Laterano, also called Gay Street. A few minutes away is another great area, Monti, which is full of old world charm and character. It is considered one of the trendiest areas at the moment filled with fabulous little boutiques, quaint restaurants, cosy cafes and lively pubs. The area is also filled with ancient churches as the ninth century “Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore” which is quite stunning inside and close to Esquilino area. By walking you can reach the main attractions of the city such as Trevi Fountain, Pantheon or Piazza Navona. The nearest metro stations are Cavour or Colosseo (Linea B) and Manzoni or Vittorio Emanuele (Linea A).
Rate: 9.0Judy - Date: 28-02-2017