|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
A beautiful one bedroom apartment ideally accommodating up to 4 guests. Its location is enviable and convenient, lost in the maze of Trastevere, the liveliest neighborhood of Eternal Rome.
This delightful apartment is contemporarily furnished, characterized by a minimalistic decorative flavor and an essential, comfortable, functionality. The high ceilings are traditionally embellished with wooden beams, magnificently contrasting with the modernity of the interiors.
The living room boasts an enormous library, covering almost the whole wall and charmingly framing two spacious windows, the latter allowing abundant natural light inside during daytime.
A large sofa bed for two and a simple set of couches, together with a flatscreen TV, a desk and a lightweight carpet, complete the main area of the intimate dwelling.
The kitchen is incredibly well supplied, also boasting a unique design, offering all the best facilities you may possibly demand, always at your complete disposal.
The bedroom is tranquil and private, in line with the rest of the apartment, fitted out with a large double bed, nightstands, reading lamps and a generous wardrobe.
Nearby the bedroom lies a convenient studio, perfect if you will have to work during your sojourn in Rome.
The bathroom is immaculate and tidy, providing uttermost hygiene and privacy, accessible from the bedroom.
Residing in the true heart of the craziest Roman nightlife is an occasion you will rarely find at these ideal conditions.
The modern accommodation is, in fact, situated in that intricate labyrinth of alleys, streets and squares that define Trastevere, the place where the Capital’s life expresses itself in the most peculiar, effervescent and charming way.
From here, you are extremely well connected to the centre of Rome (Navona and Pantheon) by foot and by public transportation. Just cross the evocative Ponte Sisto bridge to reach the central area that treasures Campo de’ Fiori or take a whole day and more to discover the beautiful monuments and landmarks that this former working-class quarter still cherishes. If it is at night that the neighborhood brightens up, during the day Trastevere offers a number of churches, museums and bistros that are absolutely worth a visit.
The immense basilica Santa Maria in Trastevere or the nostalgic Santa Cecilia church, pervaded by an eternal, incomparable beauty.
Pay a visit to the amazing botanical garden of Rome, few steps from the apartment, or reach the highest side of the Gianicolo hill, boasting a wonderful belvedere with a view over the whole Capital.