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Looking for the perfect place to stay in Rome? Look no further! This fantastic Rome penthouse is located in one of the trendiest streets of Trastevere: Vicolo del Cinque.
Moreover, a wonderful 40 square meter terrace will make your stay unforgettable, with its enchanting views of the city, beautiful plants, a large dining table, and two colored hammocks for you to relax in while enjoying the wonderful, sunny weather that Rome offers most of the year!
Asian bohemian decor gives the entire apartment an exotic touch. The living room features an antique fireplace flanked by comfortable sofas. A small bookshelf fits nicely into the corner by the steps. Furthermore, wooden floors and ceilings create a relaxing atmosphere.
A small office corner also allows you to work should you need to. A comfortable sofa and a table complete the area. Moreover, around the corner, a well equipped kitchenette with a view, is ideal to prepare your daily breakfast.
The mezzanine is where the open master bedroom is located. Its large closets and its queen size bed will delight you with its comfort. The bedroom is equipped with the air conditioning.
On the apartment’s upper level, you will also find a fully renovated bathroom with a shower. The diamond point of this nice penthouse is its wide terrace with an extraordinary view over Rome.
We recommend this charming and pleasant accommodation to those of you who want to enjoy the luxury of having an amazing terrace in the center of the city.
Trastevere is an old and typically Roman neighborhood situated in the heart of Rome. The most appealing trait of the area is its character: the popular Roman atmosphere with a cosmopolitan and modern flavor.
While strolling along these tiny, medieval streets, you can feel its unique vibe! We recommend a drink in the Piazza of Santa Maria in Trastevere, a roman lunch at the café “Checco il carettiere“, and an aperitif at “Freni e frizioni“.
At sunset, you can climb the Gianicolo hill to the Piazzale Garibaldi. This sits just behind Trastevere, and is a great place from which to watch the beautiful sunset behind the Vatican’s St Peter’s Basilica.
Simply cross the Ponte Sisto to arrive in the middle of the historical center. Here you can eat at one of the many restaurants near Piazza Navona, or stock up on local produce at Campo de’ Fiori’s morning market.
From this area you will be just minutes away from the Pantheon.
Moreover, a little longer of a walk will take you to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Venezia, and the Piazza del Popolo. In Rome, everything is within your reach, and the walk between attractions is often just as pretty and impressive as the monument itself!