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Luxury Loft Capocci 24 Coliseum

Rom, Latium, Italien
Ganzes Loft · Gastgeber: Guido
7 Gäste1 Schlafzimmer4 Betten2 Badezimmer
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Brand new luxury loft, it is an open space of 100 square meters with two bathrooms, fully furbished kitchen and living areas, combines modern and old style.
It is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods of Rome, Monti at the heart of the historic centre with plenty of shops, restaurants and characteristic cafes. You will walk on cobblestone to reach most of the touristic attractions on foot. The B Line of the subway and several bus stops are just a few metres away.

Die Unterkunft
This is a true loft with ample space available to guests

Zugang für Gäste
You will have the whole apartment at your disposal.
Beds will be prepared depending on number of guests, e.g. 2 beds for 3-4 guests, 3 beds for 5-6 guests. Additional beds to the minumum necessary can be provided with a small extra fee. Maximun number of beds is 3 double and 1 single bed.
Brand new luxury loft, it is an open space of 100 square meters with two bathrooms, fully furbished kitchen and living areas, combines modern and old style.
It is located in one of the oldest neighborhoods of Rome, Monti at the heart of the historic centre with plenty of shops, restaurants and characteristic cafes. You will walk on cobblestone to reach most of the touristic attractions on foot. The B Line of…

Schlafgelegenheiten

Schlafzimmer 1
3 Doppelbetten (mind. 1,50 x 2 m), 1 Einzelbett

Ausstattung

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Bügeleisen
Kleiderbügel
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Arbeitsplatz für Laptops
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Rom, Latium, Italien

Rome’s borough number 1 (out of the 14 mapped out under the rule of Augustus) has always been the core of Roman life.
And this is maybe the reason why its inhabitants (the monticiani) are very proud and sometimes braggart. Julius Ceasar was born here, Messalina – the wife of the emperor Claudius – practiced her amatory skills in its brothels, Nero, incognito, loved to hang out in its inns.
Its ancient name was Suburra, and here, in a few aristocratic houses, some of the first Roman Christian churches like S. Martino ai Monti were created.
Monticiani hated and fought their Trastevere counterparts for centuries and even women from Monti were very brave. They used to say that they were “stronger than columns” in fighting…
Even after Rome became the capital of the Italian unified state, it was the city’s largest borough. But it dramatically changed in less than 50 years between the end of the 19th century and the first quarter of the 20th when Rome had to adapt to become an efficient capital with the construction of the Bank of Italy building, the creation of Via Cavour and especially Via dei Fori Imperiali.
The local identity has often been stronger than the city affiliation in Monti. The atmosphere is very relaxed, nearly lazy in this part of the town. Some say this is the last village of Rome. The focal point of the neighborhood, Piazza Madonna ai Monti, is one of the few spaces in downtown Rome where you can still see kids playing soccer. The homonymous church is open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
There is a good nightlife in Monti, not as lively as in Trastevere, Testaccio, San Lorenzo or Pigneto but still vibrant enough to give life to this area even at night.
The key event for the borough is the October Feast, the Ottobrata Monticiana.
Many shops sell good quality products, some handcrafts activities still resist, art galleries, fashionable bars and workshops are expanding also thanks to the affluent tourists who choose this area for a stroll or their accommodation in Rome.
Rome’s borough number 1 (out of the 14 mapped out under the rule of Augustus) has always been the core of Roman life.
And this is maybe the reason why its inhabitants (the monticiani) are very proud and so…

Gastgeber: Guido

Mitglied seit August 2018
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I have been travelling for business and for pleasure in hundreds of places for many years and I decided to develop an hospitality activity because of my passion for meeting people from all over the world.
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