Apartment is located in historic building of XVIc.,overview to the pittoresque Square Costaguti, at walking distance from the most important monuments of Rome: Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori, Trevi Fountain, Colosseum and Spanish Steps!
This lovely apartment, on the 1st floor (no elevator) of an historic palace of a noble Family of Reneissance, is the ideal place to explore Rome. Inside the flat you will find the bright living room, with on one side the dining area, with a wooden table, and on the other side the sleeping area with a comfortable double bed with orthopedic mattress (160cm x 200cm)
There is also a big, wooden wardrobe to store you personal belongings and a fully equipped kitchenette and bathroom with shower.,wc,sink,bidet and washing machine. Apartment offers also a nice view over Piazza Costaguti!
Zugang für Gäste
All the apartment is at disposal of our Guests.
Interaktion mit Gästen
During your stay we will be at your disposal for your needs. In case of necessity, you can call us, send txt or message through Airbnb chat.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Location is absolutely perfect to visit Rome - choosing our apartment you would stay just: 3 min away to Campo de' Fiori, 5 min to Pantheon and Tiber Island, 7 min to Piazza Navona, 15 min to Colosseum and Trevi Fountain, 20 min to Vatican and Spanish Steps.
1) We kindly ask you to provide us your ARRIVAL TIME to the apartment to arrange check-in.
2) City tax of Rome 3,50€ per person per day will be paid at check-in.
3) Check-in aft(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) pm) extra charge 20€
4) Smoking in the apartment is not allowed
Thank you very much for your cooperation
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Viviamo a Roma, città che amiamo profondamente. Ci piace leggere e viaggiare. Uno dei libri preferiti è "Angeli e Demoni". All'interno del libro infatti ritroviamo molti dei monumenti e luoghi della città che abbiamo la fortuna di vedere ogni giorno.
La mia citazione preferita? L'unico vero viaggio verso la scoperta non consiste nella ricerca di nuovi paesaggi ma nell'avere nuovi occhi (Cit. Marcel Proust)