|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
This classy Rome apartment for four will treat you to a healthy portion of luxury, contemporariness and convenience, and all this with a superb location on top of that.
Starting off with the daily area, you will surely appreciate the bright decor and spacious layout – not to mention the whole range of practical features to make your stay as comfortable as you may require. The all-in-one living section of the apartment comes with a modern open-plan kitchen supplied with all the usual cooking amenities, with a set of sofas, with a TV for some home entertainment, and with chic dining table with a set of chairs. Don’t feel like spending your time indoors? Then why not move to the balcony overlooking the state-of-the-art courtyard?
If you head to the bedroom, you’ll be greeted with a huge double bed and some useful storage space. The living room also has a sofa bed for 2 more guests. After a long and active day of explorations in the Eternal City you’re bound to benefit from a relaxing bath in a Jacuzzi which you will find together with a bathtub, shower, sink, and toilet in the fresh bathroom. Now that’s what you can call convenience deluxe, isn’t it?
With the fantastic location of this great apartment you can benefit from the vicinity of some of the most notable local landmarks. For example, a short walk to the south will take you to the refreshingly green Parco del Colle Oppio which is just a stone’s throw away from the legendary Colosseum! And if you head west from there, you’ll be able to admire the most stately part of the old section of Rome, feasting your eyes upon sights like the majestic Forum Romanum, the amazing Trajan’s Market, or the impressive Piazza Venezia – just to name a few.
On the other hand, you can stroll to the north-east to get past Roma Termini station and spend some time in the area of the beautiful Piazza della Repubblica. And once you’re there, you can take advantage of the local cuisine by visiting places like Ristorante Cotto, Dgnino, or Target. The massive Spanish Steps are about 600 meters away to the north-west, and the trip is well-worth your time, but if you’ve had enough of walking, take the underground and get to the Spagna station; this will also bring you closer to the splendid Villa Borghese – a charming complex of gardens and villas filled with superb works of art.