Palazzo Palermo offers not one, but two spacious and gracious Apartments, perfect for family holidays to Rome for a single family in one apartment, or a multi-family, intergenerational reunion using both. These apartments are in the charming and hip neighbourhood of Monti. Situated in a charming and gracious elevator building of the XVII century, both history and comfort are on the menu.
Enter into a privileged world of old Roman Aristocracy. Terracotta floors and Renaissance painted ceilings are a rare treat, while the collection of centuries old paintings gracing the walls, signal that you are experiencing the best of Rome living. Add to that all modern amenities, and a terrace, and you will have all that you can ask for. The first apartment, on the fifth floor, offers a Master bedroom with Queen bed and a sunny, southern exposure, a second bedroom is also perfect for a couple. The living room has a Pull-out couch. There are two bathrooms, one with whirlpool, and the other with shower. There is a gracious living room with a lovely fireplace and hand-painted ceiling, terracotta floors, parquet flooring, and fully equipped kitchen, plus a large and elegant roof-top terrace with views of Colosseum on your left and the Quirinale Palace on your right.
The Second apartment, on the second floor, can sleep eight people: it has two double bedrooms, and a third bedroom with two single beds. There are three bathrooms with showers.There is also a sofa bed in the living room. Each room is spacious and bright, with large windows and air-conditioning. The living room has a double sofa-bed and armchairs.
Both apartments have full kitchens with all appliances, and even Nespresso machines, comfortable beds, elegant bedding, luxurious towels are all waiting for you.
The Terrace is beautifully planted and cared for with colourful flowers, olive trees, lemon trees, peach and persimmon trees. The scent of blossoms perfumes the air, while the sites of Rome are a treat for the eyes. You are truly living between art and history.
Walk everywhere. That’s the best way to see Rome. You are close to the Forum, Capital Hill, the Quirinale, the Palazzo dell’ Esposizione for great Exhibits, and much more.