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Just minutes from the Coliseum, this highly central and inviting 3-bedroom apartment easily accommodates up to 7 guests.
With bright floors and walls, colorful décor and welcoming atmosphere throughout, this fantastic apartment will make you want to extend your stay in Rome. The classical layout maximizes privacy, offering three separate bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Each of the three bedrooms sleeps two guests and contains ample storage furniture. In addition, a sleeping sofa converts to cozily accommodate a seventh guest. Just like the bedrooms, the bathrooms are completely modern and up-to-date. Besides three toilets, you’ll find three showers and a full bathtub on the premises, so competition in the morning will be minimized. To ensure a comfortable stay and encourage additional savings, the kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, stove and microwave to allow you to prepare home-cooked meals. You’ll also find a flatscreen TV on hand for quiet evenings, and a private balcony so you can appreciate the fresh air without leaving home.
Just a block up from the broad thoroughfare of Via Labicana, this apartment is nestled into a quiet, residential street that offers easy access to Rome’s best attractions.
A short walk or tram ride will take you directly to the Coliseum, arguably the most iconic of Ancient Rome’s well-preserved ruins. From here, the entire complex of Palatine Hill, the Roman Forum and Circus Maximus is ready to be explored.
Be sure to take advantage of the nearby Parco Del Colle Oppio for a daytime stroll or a quiet picnic. A favorite with locals, this vibrant park provides a vast, green expanse between the Coliseum and the trendy Esquilino neighborhood.
In the other direction from the Coliseum, you can easily reach the Archbasilica of San Giovanni in Laterano. A mouthful to say, this massive Catholic complex is even more formidable in person. It also boasts the same political status as Vatican City—separate from the rest of Rome—as well as highly competitive interiors, architecture and renaissance frescoes.
For dining and nightlife close to home, try the cozy neighborhood just east of the Coliseum, where you’re sure to find something for everyone.