• Jewish Ghetto
130 m²
  • Free Wifi
  • Washer
  • Children Friendly
  • Cable Tv
  • Linen and Towels Provided
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Heating

Full property description

This apartment is conveniently located in Rome’s Centro Storico, directly facing Piazza Beatrice Cenci, in the heart of Europe’s oldest Jewish Quarter within the golden triangle. Just steps from the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the open air market of Campo de’Fiori, with its characteristic restaurants, bakeries and wine bars. All of ancient and Renaissance Rome is within but a few steps of this apartment, situated in a beautiful 18th Palace that has been restored to its former splendor. Through the building’s monumental 30 feet high doors one enters the main atrium with towering ceilings, characteristic columns, original floors, street lamps and a gigantic statue dedicated to Venus, all setting the atmosphere to take one back to the forgotten Belle Époque. This secure building has a doorman and elevator.

This third floor flat is a spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath , with AC, which comfortably accommodates 8+2 people. Newly renovated, (2014), and furnished, the apartment has 120mq. (1300sq. feet), of living space and is divided as follows:
Entrance: Large entrance foyer with 13ft. ceilings, computer work desk, parquet floors and lots of light.

Living room: Good size, very bright reception room with non-working fireplace, 4 meter high ceilings decorated with early 20th century friezes and two large east facing windows allowing in lots of natural light and facing the charming Renaissance Piazza Cenci. Furnished with 4 Seat sofa, (can convert into a bed for additional 2 people), dining table for 6, armchair, 42” T.V., high ceilings, and portable air conditioning.
Kitchen: Separate from living area, down a common hallway is a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, stove, oven, full size fridge, marble butcher’s block working table, completely equipped with microwave and stocked with cook and dishware.

Master Bedroom: Master Bedroom with 13ft. high ceilings featuring 18th century fresco’s and with a lovely view onto the Piazza Cenci. Double bed, (2.00x1.60m), armchair and antique dresser and side tables, built in closet and library. Quiet, pleasant room.

2nd Bedroom: Bright triple room that can sleep 3 with double bed, (2.00x1.60m), and additional single bed situated behind a movable separè. Two built in closets, sitting chair and French provincial style dresser.

3rd Bedroom: Triple room can accommodate 3 people and has a double bed and a single bed, in addition to a wall of built in wardrobes and pleasant views onto the Piazza.
Bathrooms: Both bathrooms located in common hallway adjacent to bedroom area. Both baths have been recently renovated and have shower’s-no tub. Unlimited hot water is supplied by independent water heater.
The apartment is very spacious, bright and has high ceilings and parquet floors throughout. Tastefully decorated with a fix of antiques and modern pieces in period style, the flat is excellently located to explore by foot all of Ancient Rome, shop at the daily open market of Campo de’Fiori or dine out in the Historic Jewish Quarter. A wonderful base for your perfect holiday or business trip to Rome.

Area description


The Roman Ghetto or Ghetto of Rome was a Jewish ghetto established on on 14th July 1555, as a result of Pope Paul IV’s Papal bull, and is the oldest one in Western Europe. The bull required the Jews of Rome, which existed as a community since before Christian times, to live in the ghetto, where they amounted to the 80% of the population.

This area is sandwiched between the Riverside and the Piazza di Torre Argentina, so named by Johann Burchard (1445 - 1506), master of ceremonies of five popes form 1483, who owned the land in the area on the remains of the Theatre of Pompey and the Pantheon, one of the Ancient World’s best preserved monuments.

Today the Ghetto is a vibrant quarter packed with many shops, supermarkets, gyms, cafés and restaurants, including a number of Kosher establishments.
This is truly Rome’s most characteristic and exciting area, with an uncompromising choice of monuments within walking distance. Shop at the daily open market of Campo de’Fiori or dine out in the Historic Jewish Quarter, walk to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and the lively Trastevere Quarter which is just a five minutes across the foot bridge. Also close to the Historic Center’s main transport hub in Largo Argentina, with express buses to Termini and tram service directly to the Trastevere station and on-going connections to the Airport. Truly an excellent location and an oasis of quiet and beauty from which to explore Rome's multilayered historical district.
The Ghetto area incorporates the Via del Portico d'Ottavia, seat of the ancient Fish Market, (one of the trade’s Jews were allowed to practice) and boards the Theatre of Marcellus, whose construction was planned by Julius Caesar as a theater, with the intent to rival the Theatre of Pompey in Campo Marzio, inaugurated in 13 B.C. The Theatre of Marcellus is one of the oldest buildings of Ancient Rome and could accommodate about 20,000 spectators.

Inventory description


  • Elevator
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Bed linen provided
  • Cot
  • TV
  • WiFi
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Coffee maker
  • Espresso machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Gas
  • Fan / extractor
  • Toaster
  • Water kettle
  • Kitchen utensils provided
  • Air-conditioning
  • Fans
  • Central heating
  • Shower
  • Towels provided
  • Hair dryer
  • Children
  • City view


  • Sightseeing
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Cinemas/movie theaters
  • Museums
  • Theaters
  • Concert halls
  • Health/beauty spa
  • Massage
  • Antique shops
  • Theme park (amusement park)
  • Zoo / wildlife park
  • Fitness center/gym
  • Yoga
  • Swimming


Stay Dates


Number Of Guests

Children 4-13 yrs
Babies 0-3 yrs

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