- Campo Di Fiori
- 250 m²
- Free Wifi
- Children Friendly
- Satelite Tv
- Linen and Towels Provided
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
Full property description
The apartment is situated in an excellently maintained 18th Century building, renovated and modified over the centuries to it’s present state. The antique 18 foot doors open onto the inner atrium with a lovely deco fountain placed in the center of the courtyard. There are just three steps to the elevator which takes one to the apartment. The Palazzo also has a doorman and is kept in excellent condition.
This marvelous apartment is located on a very high 4nd floor, (5th equivalent), and has an elevator. Encompassing over 240sqm. (2650 sq. feet), of living space, this 4 bedroom, 4 bath is one of the largest apartment we can offer our guest, offering two large living rooms for a combined 100 mq. ( 1,100 sq. feet), a modern chef’s kitchen and 15 foot ceilings. A completely modernized apartment to the highest standards with a unique atmosphere owing to the juxtaposing of antique and modern, in addition to pleasant views from all rooms and is divided as follows:
Entrance-Dining: Entrance directly into the main living-dining room with parquet floors, high ceilings, air conditioning, three large windows overlooking the Renaissance Palace, Palazzo Baracco, and the bustling Piazza S. Pantaleo.
Tastefully decorated with modern sofa, three arm chairs, dining table for 8. The room has custom lighting and a large built in custom library filed with books in various languages.
Second Living Room: A second living room is available for your enjoyment and is furnished with antique sofa and arm chairs, Persian carpets and full size antique Steinway grand piano. This room also has an antique writing desk, T.V. and stereo. Again, here we have three oversized windows overlooking roman rooftops. Air conditioned and with custom lighting and high ceilings.
Dining Room: Antique wooden dining table for 8, 18th century lyre side table, two colonial arm chairs and antique mirror.
Kitchen: Large, separate, fully equipped modern chef’s kitchen, completely equipped with dishwasher, microwave, 6 burner stove, electric oven, large American Style GE double fridge. All marble counter tops and custom cabinets, large butcher’s block with little bar and breakfast area for four. The kitchen is fully stocked with dishes, cook and flat ware for 12. This bright workspace has three windows and views of the Piazza S. Pantaleo and Palazzo Baracco.
Laundry room – 4th Guest Bath: Located adjacent to the kitchen is a guest bathroom with basin and w\c. All renovated in travertine marble and with custom cabinets. This space also functions as the laundry room and has a washer and, very rare, separate electric dryer.
BEDROOMS ( 4 Total Bedrooms that sleep comfortable up to 9 people comfortably)
Master Bedroom-Sleeps 2: Large master bedroom with 15 foot ceilings, air conditioning and custom closets. This room has two bright south facing windows, air condition, double glazed windows, a king size 2,00x1.60m bed and antique arm chair.
Master Bath: Beautiful on suite master bath entirely in beige travertine marble with marble basin, built in cabinets, separate antique free standing tub and large, modern oversized custom shower.
2nd Bedroom – Sleeps 2: This bedroom has parquet floors, air conditioning, a wall of custom built in cabinets, writing desk and drawers. A double bed, 1.90m x 1,60 placed in an antique empire style solid mahogany frame. This quiet room faces the interior court of the building and has a balcony, as well as on suite bath.
2nd Bath: Fully modernized bath in travertine marble with shower, w\c and bidet and window facing the courtyard.
Fully functional and in excellent condition.
3rd Double Bedroom - Sleeps 3: This room has air conditioning, parquet floors and two single beds, (a third single bed can be arranged upon request). The room has a balcony, is quiet and faces the inner court of the building. Custom lighting and built in cabinets and drawers.
4th Double Bedroom: This smaller room has two single beds, built in custom closets, air conditioning and high ceilings. It faces the quiet inner court and is located adjacent to the 3rd bathroom.
3rd Bathroom: Newly renovated bath in travertine marble with oversized custom basin, large shower and w\c. .
4th Bathroom: This private room also has, in an adjacent hallway, a bathroom with tub and shower, double marble basin, w\c and bidet.
AREA DESCRIPTION - PIAZZA NAVONA-PANTHEON-CAMPO DE’FIORI-OLD JEWISH QUARTER
This Ancient Golden triangle comprises Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Campo de’Fiori, the Jewish Quarter, the Riverside and the Piazza di Torre Argentina, so named by Johann Burchard (1445 - 1506), master of ceremonies of five popes from 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. Also within walking distance is the oldest Jewish quarter of Europe. Established as a result of the Papal bull, by Pope Paul IV in 1555, today the Ghetto is a vibrant quarter packed with many shops, cafés and restaurants, including a number of Kosher establishments and incorporates the Via del Portico d'Ottavia, seat of the ancient Fish Market and boarding the Teatro Marcello, whose construction was planned by Julius Caesar with the intent to rival the Theatre of Pompey in Campo Marzio, inaugurated in 13 B.C.
The Piazza Navona is considered by many to be Rome’s most beautiful Piazza. Built on the site of the 1st century A.D., Stadium of Domitian, and was transformed into the most celebrated example of Baroque Roman architecture during the pontificate of Innocent X, whose family palace, the Palazzo Pamphili, faced the piazza. It features important sculptural and architectural creations, such as the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651) by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, topped by the Obelisk of Domitian, the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone by Francesco Borromini, and the aforementioned Pamphili palace, that accommodates the long gallery designed by Borromini and frescoed by Pietro da Cortona.
At the southwest end of the piazza is the ancient “speaking” statue of Pasquino. Erected in 1501, Romans would routinely leave lampooning political or derogatory social comments attached to the statue.
During its history, the piazza hosted theatrical events and from 1652 until 1866, when the festival was suppressed, it was flooded on every Saturday and Sunday in August in elaborate celebrations of the Pamphilj family. The pavement level was raised in the 19th century and the market was moved again in 1869 to the nearby Campo de' Fiori.
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.
Well serviced, there are also a number of supermarkets, gyms and shops nearby. Truly an excellent location and an oasis of quiet and beauty from which to explore Rome's multilayered historical district.
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- DVD player
- Video library
- Music library
- Coffee maker
- Espresso machine
- Fan / extractor
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Central heating
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- City view
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa
- Antique shops
- Theme park (amusement park)
- Zoo / wildlife park
- Fitness center/gym