|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
If you’re a couple looking for a nice and cosy place for a short stay in Rome, this charming apartment will provide you with everything you might need to enjoy some indoor convenience.
This charming apartment comes in a splendid decor, making the most of stylish combination of the traditional (like the original 14th-cenury tiled floors or the classy wooden beamed ceiling) and the modern (a set of fresh furniture and a range of daily-use additions).
Despite the apartment’s compact size, it is fully ready to accommodate a couple with two children, or three adults. The daily all-in-one area is furnished with a huge double bed and a pair of nightstands, an additional sleeping sofa, a small practical table, and a TV set to keep you entertained while you’re enjoying your indoor time.
Move deeper inside and discover the rich set of supplies offered in the contemporary-styled kitchen. It comes with a nice selection of cooking amenities, as well as an elegant dining table complete with a set of chairs, so that you can cook and dine directly on the spot. The list of features of this apartment ends with a fresh bathroom fitted with a sink, toilet, and a shower cabin.
This apartment requires an additional cleaning fee of 30 euro.
If you're staying for more than a week, weekly cleaning & change of linen can be requested.
You’re bound to enjoy your short stay in Rome even more if you find out that you’ll be staying in one of the most attractive areas of this legendary capital. The district of Navona is a place full of authentic and fine examples of classic Roman architecture, many of which will be available directly in your vicinity; for instance, it’s only enough to pass by the lovely Campo de Fiori (surrounded by fantastic eateries, by the way) a bit to the north-east to see the amazing Sant’Andrea dell Valle, the wonderful Piazza Navona, or the majestic Pantheon. And while you’ll be making your way through the maze of piazzas and vias, don’t forget to grab some cappuccino or gelato!
Head more to the east and discover the breathtaking site of the Forum Romanum with the grand Colosseum and the lovely Parco del Colle Oppio just a few steps away further to the east. Yet, you can change the direction of sightseeing and cross the Tiber to the north-west and get to the Vatican in a flash. And if that’s not enough, take a stroll along the bank of the river and reach Castel Sant’Angelo to get a great view of the Eternal City.