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You’ll find a wonderfully cozy penthouse a little less than 100 meters from one of the most majestic monuments of Rome. Moreover, this property will make your stay as comfortable as possible. You can access it on the 5th and last floor of a characteristic historic building (with an elevator). This accommodation boasts typical white beam ceilings and classic Italian “cotto” floor tiles. Moreover, it offers the best of both worlds: antique Roman charm with today’s comforts.
When you enter the apartment, you will see the kitchen to the left of the main corridor. It is fully equipped with a refrigerator/freezer, an oven, a gas stove, a microwave, and a dishwasher. Of course, all of the necessary cooking ware and tableware is also available. The sunny terrace is accessed through the window in the kitchen. Here, you can sit and enjoy a drink in front of a fantastic view over rooftops and the geometrically interesting spiral top of the lantern of the Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza church. The washing machine sits in a small covered area of the terrace.
The air conditioned living room is adjacent to the kitchen and offers plenty of sitting space with two cushy sofas. There is also a flat screen television, a DVD player and a Wi-Fi Internet connection. A beautiful library, a red carpet and a large mirror, add nice decorative touches to this charming area.
The hallway ends with a boudoir (with AC) which makes for a great working area with its two tables and chairs. Tucked right next to the boudoir, you’ll be glad to find a cosy little nest of a sleeping area with a queen size bed.
A hallway to the right of the boudoir leads you to the elegant air conditioned master bedroom with a queen size bed (made up of 2 separate beds), night tables and night lamps. Finally, the bathroom next to it has a shower.
Renting this apartment near the Pantheon is a decision that you and your family won’t regret!
The Pantheon is more or less right in the middle of the historical center. This means you are in the perfect place from which to explore all parts on foot – the best way to get around in Rome. Just a few of the nearest attractions include the Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and the Piazza Venezia.
The other great thing about being based here is the range of facilities available. In your immediate vicinity you will find many great restaurants and bars. Moreover, in the surrounding area you will have access to supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, and post offices.
Making the short walk to the Spanish Steps, you can also access the Metro A line, which can take you to Termini, the Piazza del Popolo and the Vatican. Moreover, changing at Termini, you can take the Metro B line to the Colosseum. Of course, all of these are reachable on foot as well, though this may take slightly longer!