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Ideal solution if you travel with your family or with friends, Prati Vatican Apartment is generously spacious and exquisitely arranged, hosting up to 5 persons and boasting an enviable location in the Vatican area of Rome.
Modern, functional and desirably furnished with a typical Italian flavor, this amazing accommodation is characterized by shiny and solid wooden flooring, bright white walls and high ceilings. The homelike atmosphere makes it the best choice for families or for small groups of friends, but it is highly suitable for business travelers willing to sojourn in a tranquil area of the city.
The living room - accessible from the beautiful hallway - is furnished with a large and comfortable sofa and embellished with several prints cleverly set on the walls, a beautiful upright piano and two large windows with lightweight colorful curtains; within the living room, the dining area is defined by a round table with five chairs, facing a wall with a nice flatscreen TV.
The kitchen is as bright and cosy as the rest of the apartment and comes modernly supplied with a worktop hosting a sink and underlying closets for your provisions and belongings. The hob and the oven are set separately from the counter and a large fridge is also available.
Two bedroom host double beds, nightstands and wardrobes, while a third bedroom is equipped with a single bed, reflecting the same style as the other sleeping areas.
The toilet is well supplied and as elegant and classy as the rest of the apartment, providing an intimate and private room.
The apartment is situated in the heart of Prati district, the residential area stretching on the northern side of the Vatican walls.
Sojourning in such a desirable location represents a huge advantage: in few minutes you can easily reach by foot the Vatican Museums (be sure to get in line early in the morning, since the wait may take up to two or three hours!) and the immense Saint Peter’s Square, but you can also visit Castel Sant’Angelo and the imposing, grotesque Palazzaccio in Piazza Cavour, on the most suggestive segment of the left bank of the Tiber river.
If you like shopping, then Via Ottaviano and Via Cola di Rienzo will conquer you with their boutiques and high fashion stores, but also with their elegant topography and the imposing Risorgimento palaces.
This part of the city is extremely well connected to the centre by public transportation. With a well organized tram system you can reach in less than 15 minutes the inner side of the centre on the right bank (Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Colosseo) or the exciting and picturesque Trastevere, the latter a must if you wish to breath a most genuine, timeless Roman atmosphere.