|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
This beautiful Rome apartment is ideal for a short stay for three persons looking for indoor convenience and comfortable location on the map of the Eternal City.
If you choose this delightful place, you will quickly appreciate the cosy decor, the simple and elegant style of furnishing, and the rich range of supplies to make your stay both convenient and pleasant. Inside the light and roomy daily area you’ll find a large double bed, a comfy convertible single sofa-bed, a classy dining table complete with a set of chairs, plus a set of shelves and a flatscreen TV to keep you company if you opt for a relaxing day indoors.
There is also a bright semi-open-plan kitchen which comes supplied with a selection of cooking utensils, so if you need to prepare a quick meal ‘at home’, you have everything you need at your disposal. The apartment features also a modern and fresh bathroom fitted with a toilet, sink, and a shower cabin. But wait – there’s more! You will be also able to spend some time outdoors without the need to leave, as there is also a small private balcony, which allows you to enjoy the view of the lively Roman surroundings.
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.
This splendid apartment is located in the district of Gianicolo, on the western bank of the Tiber, and a stone’s throw away from the legendary Vatican City. No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to this place, so you’ll soon appreciate the fact that you’ll need only a short walk to the north to get to this amazing landmark.
Behind the walls of the Vatican you’ll find a true treasure chest of diversity. Starting from the remarkable Sistine Chapel with its ceiling painted by Michelangelo himself, through the gorgeous Vatican Gardens, and ending with the Museums of Vatican, you’re bound to be delighted by the aesthetics and mystery of this astonishing complex. Make sure to be there as soon as possible, as the later it gets, the harder it is to enter. And try to leave through the grand Saint Peter’s Square to head east (and grab some mouth-watering gelato on your way) and reach the majestic Castel Sant’Angelo to enjoy a breathtaking view of the surroundings.
If that’s still not enough, you can cross the river of Tiber and enter the district of Ponte abounding with fantastic cafés, restaurants, pizzerias, as well as with a number of impressive examples of Roman architecture, such as Piazza Navona or the Pantheon. And if you decide to take a walk deeper to the south-east, you’ll be surely delighted to see the famous Forum Romanum or the Colosseum at their best. This will be a sight which will stay in your memory forever!