About this listing
Great location, amazing terrace with incredible view of Rome rooftops.
The apartment can host up to 6 people and it is located in a building dated back to 1700. Air conditioning and free wi fi are included.
SPECIAL DEAL: For reservations for your stay in Rome in November and December, a free transfer from the airport will be offered (one way)
I tetti di Piazza Navona is located in the heart of the historical center, between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, on the 4th floor of a historic building dating back to the 1600s. As with most old buildings, there is no elevator. This charming apartment can accommodate up to 6 people. I tetti di Piazza Navona is located in the heart of the historical center, between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, on the 4th floor of a historic building dating back to the 1600s. As with most antique buildings, there is no elevator. This charming apartment can accommodate up to 6 people. There is a living room with sofa bed, LCD TV, a small kitchen, a bathroom with shower and a bedroom with a single bed convertible to a double bed. Furthermore, a romantic wrought iron spiral staircase will lead you to a truly exclusive master bedroom with fireplace and a window with a beautiful view of the rooftops of Rome. From here you have access to a beautiful terrace where you can take in this breath-taking city with its domes, the red roofs of the historic buildings, the tower of Parliament and flying seagulls.
Together with the historic charm of this apartment are modern comforts like air conditioning and free Wi-Fi Internet connection.
We will be happy to give useful advice on visiting the city and information about current shows and events in Rome.
From the shadows of the ancient, winding streets of the historic center you suddenly come upon the breathtaking magnificence of Piazza Navona, born as a place of spectacle and still today a spectacular open air show; an architectural miracle in the heart of the Eternal City, filled with masterpieces in perfect harmony with each other.
This piazza, which displays the genius of Bernini and Borromini, is one of the finest Baroque Masterpiece in papal Rome. Its harmony and colors, combined with its elegance, give it a charm that is enhanced by the surprising contrast of architecturally sober houses alternating with a number of monumental Buildings.
Of all Rome's piazzas, this isola pedonale (pedestrian precinct) is one where the liveliness of Roman life is most tangible. It has long been a meeting place for the inhabitants of Rome. In the past, in addition to the market, processions and spectacles where held here - included "naumachiae", or mock naval battles.
Today life in the piazza revolves around the open-air-cafés and the seasonal fairs. Of these the most popular is the one held in December and early January where toys and crib figures are sold. Its theme if the Feast of Epiphany as well as Christmas, so la Befana (the Epiphany witch, who his roughly the Italian equivalent of Father Christmas) features prominently. In the summer the piazza provides a continous festival of painters, caricaturists, fortune-teller and buskers, who entertain visitors until the small hours.
Piazza Navona is well connected to the main attractions.
Piazza Navona is not connected to the subway but it is nonetheless connected to many bus lines: (phone number hidden) (for who is coming from Termini Station), (phone number hidden) and C3. Regarding night bus lines, you can count with number n15, n20, n5, n6 and n7. We invite you to check the night bus timetables, since they don't run very often.
Other Things to Note
Tourist tax € 3.5 per person per night for a maximum of 10 days (children less than 10 years are exempt)
Late check in fee after 9 pm € 40
Late check in fee after midnight € 60