Steeped, housed in a former convent, built by Pope Clement XII and designed by 'Architect Giovanni Francesco Fiori in 1764.
L 'apartment is composed of a' broad area of representation, a study area, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a bedroom loft with walk-in closet and bathroom.
Furnished with taste and elegance, with unique pieces of art and antiques, is a special home in the historic center of Rome ..
Located in a strategic point of the historic center of Rome, from where you can walk to the main cultural attractions of the Eternal City.
Two bicycles are available for guests to visit Rome.
We rented this lovely apartment for 7 nights, via Davide, over the 2013 Xmas/New Year holiday period.
When we arrived we were greeted by Davide's friend Federico. Who was very friendly and helpful. We never actually met Davide. But whenever we had any queries, Davide would responded very quickly and was very gracious in answering all of our questions.
The apartment was well located, a short walk to the heart of the Trastevere and or the Centro Storico, but far enough not to have to deal with having all the noise or crowds at your doorstep.
As for the apartment itself, I must say, that photos that are currently on view, do not do justice to how lovely the place really is. The interiors are real feast for the eyes. That is, if you appreciate beautiful interior decoration. Which we do. In addition the apartment is very spacious and comfortable. The kitchen too, was fabulous and well equipped. Those of you who like to cook (as we do) will not be disappointed here either. We took full advantage of the kitchen to prepare our own Italian inspired cuisine though-out our stay.
The only word of caution is: that in-spite of the large size of the apartment, the double sized bed and the small shower, might not be ideal for larger sized couples. But, for us it was not problem. Its all part of the adventure.
So in conclusion, we would definitely recommend this place to anyone wanting to stay in a beautiful and visually inspiring apartment while visiting Rome.