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This ultra-classy, delightful Rome apartment for three is a definition of style and convenience, and if you’re not pampered enough, it enjoys a fantastic location to make all your Roman explorations easy and pleasant.
First of all, you’re bound to be satisfied with the indoor features given the exquisite bright interiors, the amount of space, and the fine elements of furnishing. Inside the lovely daily area you’ll find a big sleeping sofa for one, a chic coffee table, a TV for some home entertainment, and – quite unexpectedly – a piano to add a bit of ‘classical’ feel to the overall atmosphere.
The kitchen is modern and fresh – and supplied with a rich selection of cooking utensils. The dining section comes with a classy table and a set of chairs, and with a very atmospheric setting to dine in. But alternatively, you can dine outside on a roof terrace furnished with a lounge suite, enjoying a great view of the surroundings.
There’s also a separate bedroom fitted with a king-size double bed, a range of additional furniture, some useful storage space, and a huge mirror. A creamy-tiled bathroom with a sink, toilet, shower, and a bathtub with a jacuzzi makes the apartment surely complete.
If you’re ready for some shorter and longer on-foot explorations of Rome, you’re in the right place. The apartment is located close to the magnificent bank of the river of Tiber, between the picturesque garden-gallery complex of Villa Borghese (to the east) and the legendary Parco Adriano (with the majestic Castel Sant’Angelo!), past the elegant Piazza Cavour to the west, across the river. And if that’s not enough, you have the wonderful Piazza del Popolo featuring some truly memorable sights and surrounded with a number of fine local eateries just a bit to the north.
Anyway, if you’re ready to take a bit longer walk, you should definitely head a bit more to the east to get to the massive Spanish Steps and grant yourself a nice view of the surroundings. And if you head south from there, you’ll have the chance to wander through the old city centre of Rome and eventually get to the impressive Piazza Venezia followed by the Forum Romanum and – of course – the Colosseo! But if you’re already on the other side of the river, do yourself a favor and head more to the west where the City of Vatican with all its astonishing attractions awaits you.