Casa Lucio II

Rome, Studio




Size28 m2

Guestsmax 2

Apartment specifications


Bedrooms: -
Single beds: -
Double beds (1 duvet): 1
Single sofa beds: -
Double sofa beds: -


Floor: 0
Elevator: No
Stairs in apartment: No
Smoking allowed: No
Pets friendly: No
Bed linen/Towels provided: No
Aircondition Yes
Desk Yes


Internet wifi


Shower 1
Iron Yes
Hairdryer Yes


Microwave Yes
Toaster Yes
Kettle Yes
Coffee Yes

Casa Lucio II

This stylish and charming ground floor studio apartment is located in the authentic Trastevere area near the Tiber river.

The historic building once belonged to famous Italian singer Lucio Dalla. Inspired by the song Caruso, dedicated to the famous Neapolitan opera singer Enrico Caruso, this cozy apartment features beautiful Vietri tiles that line the walls; the color palette of white and blue makes the apartment feel like a Mediterranean breeze. Two mirrored windows, just above the bed, will make you feel as if you’re seeing the Costiera Amalfitana. The studio features a comfortable double bed, a flatscreen TV, a luxurious bathroom, a small kitchen and Nespresso coffee machine. This apartment can be booked together with Casa Lucio I for a family experience. For those who want to socialize, there is a shared common room in the building.

For lovers of music and culture, this romantic studio is the perfect introduction to Rome.


Located in the vibrant Trastevere neighborhood, the studio Casa Lucio II is an oasis in the heart of Rome. The apartment is surrounded by medieval churches, art galleries, and Italian eateries. Experience different eras in Rome’s rich history at the ancient Roman Pantheon or the dazzling Palazzo Venezia, each within a 15-minute walk. For a taste of Rome, dine at one of the many authentic eateries in Trastevere, or shop at the nearby Campo di Fiori market.

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy Terms and conditions
Damage deposit € 300
Check-in after 16:00
Check-out before 11:00

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