|Double beds (1 duvet):||-|
|Single sofa beds:||1|
|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Occupying a prime position within the Navona area of Rome, this charming studio apartment comfortably accommodates up to three guests.
Ideally located just minutes away from a superb array of must see sights and attractions, this apartment offers the perfect starting point from which your explorations of this magnificent city can begin. Emitting a warm and cheerful ambiance, the apartment ensures that you are able to relax and unwind with your companions following an action packed day.
The inviting living area, which is furnished with a double sofa bed, an additional single sofa bed, an armchair and a flatscreen television, beams with an abundance of natural light and also features an authentic wooden ceiling which adds to the apartment’s charm.
Attractive tiled floors lead you through to the compact, yet fully efficient kitchen area which is where you will find everything needed in order to prepare a simple meal within the apartment. A cute little table with chairs is also at your disposal, creating the model setting for breakfast or lunch. Completing this charming accommodation is the refreshing bathroom, which is enhanced by fashionable wall tiles and is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower enclosure.
Ideally located within the charming Navona area of Rome, this apartment is within easy reach of a fine collection of shops, cafes and restaurants, together with a superb array of must see sights and attractions. One such attraction is the lively Piazza Navona, which can be found just a few minutes away from the apartment. Bustling with entertainment and activity, this popular square is the home to some of the city’s most breath-taking fountains and is also where you will find the simply stunning Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone. This delightful place of worship, which dates back to the 17th century, exhibits some truly magnificent Baroque style architecture and is a sight certainly not to be missed.
A short walk away from the apartment will lead you to one of Rome’s most famous landmarks, the remarkable Pantheon, which is definitely worthy of a visit. Originally built in 126 AD when it was used as a temple in which to worship the Gods of Rome, this impressive structure has been incredibly preserved throughout the ages and attracts visitors from all over the world. Also nearby is yet another of the city’s renowned attractions, the beautiful Trevi Fountain. Commissioned by the Pope in the early 1700s, this majestic fountain is decorated with fascinating sculptures and ornaments. Legend has it that if you throw a coin into the waters of the Trevi Fountain, you will return to the city in the future.