- 100 m²
- Max. Guests
Full property description
A very nice vacation apartment located on the second floor of a characteristic building with no elevator.
It is composed by:
- nice entrance;
- double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower box and WC;
- twin bedroom with two single beds;
- living room with a comfortable double sofa bed;
- spacious dining room with access to a very quiet and sunny terrace furnished with table and chairs;
- main bathroom with bath-tub and hand held shower;
- fully equipped kitchen.
The apartment, which comes complete with linens and towels, is provided with air conditioning, washing machine, wifi connection, telephone (just for incoming calls), TV colour, dishwasher, oven, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.
The apartment is situated in the Navona zone. In the Antiquity this district, bordered by Corso Vittorio Emanuele II (opened in the late 19th century), Corso del Rinascimento (1936-39) and Via Zanardelli (1906), was part of Campus Martius. Domitian (AD 81-96) built a large stadium and an Odeon where poetry readings and musical concerts were given. Except for the outline of Domitian’s Stadium which is preserved in the shape of Piazza Navona, no traces of ancient Rome have survived here.
The network of picturesque lanes and streets between Piazza Navona and the Tiber recalls the splendour of the Papal area in the heart of Renaissance Rome.
As early of the beginning of the 16th century cardinals, ambassadors, papal officials, whealty bankers and distinguished courtesans took up residence here. Around them intellectual life flourished: booksellers, engravers and miniaturists settled around the Piazza Navona and Piazza Pasquino and to this day there are still numerous craftsmen to be found in the area. The recommended walk passes many 15C and 16C palaces and also offers many pleasant surprises to the curious visitor prepared to turn into the courtyards off the main square. The rusticated facades with their plain rectangular windows and somewhat austere pediments often conceal some fine Renaissance architecture: beatiful balconies and colonnades, cornices with antique motifs, coats of arms, walls decorated with grisaille, frizies and medallions.
Some of the most important tourist places in the zone are the Area Sacra del Largo Argentina, the Pantheon and Piazza di Spagna.
The apartment is 15 minutes walk from the underground station “Spagna” and it is well served by the ATAC bus lines 70,81,87,186,492,628 and by the electric bus lines 116 and 116T. The closer train station is Termini about 20 minutes by bus line 70.
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- High-speed Internet
- Coffee maker
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- City view
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Health/beauty spa
- Antique shops