This is the choice for privacy and elegance in one of Rome’s most exclusive addresses, in the sought-after Spanish Steps neighbourhood. For those who search an exceptional apartment for a Roman holiday, a special event or a delicious escape for a couple, a family of three, this is it! In an elegant, classic Roman Renaissance building with doorman, on the second floor, you will be welcomed into a long, large entry way into the old world charm and grace of a true Roman apartment, complete with historic 16th and 17th century paintings, and other art treasures, a paneled library with a book collection, high ceilings, and a graceful fire-place. Of course there is a flat-screened TV, cable, and Air-Conditioning. It looks out onto one of the most lovely places in the world.
This two bedroom apartment offers a lovely Master bedroom with large windows, a real King Bed, the best linens and plenty of pillows to top it off. There is an en-suite marble bathroom with a large bathtub, good lighting and mirrors. If you are bringing a child (or even a parent, a sibling, or a third adult friend), there is also a comfortable single bedroom with its own bathroom with shower that is fine for a single of any age. There is, of course, a large, full kitchen with table and chairs for eating in. It has a dishwasher, oven, large fridge, microwave, and an automatic Nespresso. There is also a washing machine.
The palazzo is perfectly situated in a quiet Piazza, just adjacent to Rome’s Piazza di Spagna, and the famous “Spanish Steps”. Climb this beautiful “staircase to the stars” and arrive at the famous and beautiful “Trinità dei Monti” Church, with its beautiful Frescoes and Cloisters. Slightly further at the edge of Rome’s Villa Borghese Park, is the magnificent Villa Medici, now the Academy of France which you will want to visit for its own beauty and history, and also for the excellent temporary exhibits that it hosts. Then stroll through the Park, exploring its treasure, before arriving at the not to be missed “Galleria Borghese” one of Rome’s most loved Museums. But that is just scratching the slightest surface. You will be walking distance to almost ALL of Rome’s site, from the Piazza el Popolo, the Forum, passing by Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, and so much more. Don’t worry, we will give you a list, and even book you a guide if you wish.
Then we must mention the Shopping. You are where it’s at! Just stroll down Via Condotti for some of the most famous shops in the world, before branching out into the side streets to discover extraordinary, one-of-a-kind boutiques.
Restaurants, bars, and cafe’s abound, of course. Or, we can organise a chef for a special private dinner for an evening at home, or a butler at your service for the week! What could be better?