La Suite is an elegant apartment in a historic Liberty-style building
La Suite was recently remodelled into a modern loft with open wood beams.Our holiday home also has a charming little terrace where you can enjoy Rome's fine weather almost all year round.
La Suite is an elegant apartment in a historic Liberty-style building just around the corner from Villa Torlonia, with good connections to the city's historic centre from the Piazza Bologna stop on metro line B.
Our residence is surrounded by trees and offers a splendid view of Rome’s architecture. It offers all the amenities for a pleasant, unforgettable stay.
La Suite was recently remodelled into a modern loft with open wood beams. It has a bedroom with a double bed, a living room with two armchair beds and an ottoman bed, a kitchen equipped with a fridge, freezer, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, pots and pans, and silverware, along with a spacious, well-equipped bathroom.
Our holiday home also has a charming little terrace where you can enjoy Rome's fine weather almost all year round.
This district was born between the XIX and XX centuries and is named after the street Nomentana that it grew up around. It is an area that suffered from heavy bombing in 1944 but in the post-war years underwent intense development that quickly healed its wounds. It is a mainly residential neighbourhood with its most elegant area surrounding the Via Nomentana; an old consular avenue dating back to the ancient Roman era and extending from Porta Pia to connect the capital with the outskirts. It is currently a busy commercial area offering the chance to enjoy wonderful walks. The Porta Pia was one of the main entrances set within the Aureliana walls and was commissioned by Pope Pio IV and designed by Michelangelo in 1561. It is considered one of the artists last great works before he died, and in fact he never actually saw it completed. The Michelangelo decorative features that are situated on one side of the entrance portray a large bowl, towel and bar of soap that according to legend was a joke by the artist, hinting at the humble origins of the Pope, who came from a family of Barbers. Following the Via Nomentana leads to the Villa Torlonia; a construction started in 1806 by the neoclassic architect Giuseppe Valadier. It is one of the most recent Villas of the Roman nobility and conserves all of its charm with original English-style gardens and a surprising amount of buildings and decorative features around the park, including the theatre, the Casa delle Civette (house of owls), the casino and templo de Saturno. Another important area in Nomentano is the Bologna Square that is centrally located within the neighbourhood. At the beginning of the 1900s, the surrounding areas were developed for the middle-higher bourgeoisie classes; a fact that is quite clear from the number of elegant villas. The arrival of fascism brought a profound change to the characteristic architecture and population, and saw the introduction of condominiums, an answer to the increasing number of people arriving from the south of the peninsula. The Post Office building overlooks the square and dates back to 1935. It is also the stopping point for metro Line B that leads directly to the city centre and the main stations (Termini and Tiburtina). Currently Nomentano is a residential area with numerous shops and attracts the Roman locals for its great shopping possibilities, particularly along the Via Nomentana, in the Bologna Square and the Viale delle Province.
It's easy to get to La Suite from the Piazza Bologna stop on metro line B, or from nearby, extremely accessible Via Nomentana.
From the Fiumicino Airport:
Local train (Leonardo Express) in the direction of Termini, running every 30 minutes
Taxi or hired driver
From Termini train station:
Metropolitan line B, in the direction of Rebibbia, to the Bologna stop.
Walk along Viale XXI Aprile to Largo XXI Aprile, turn left in Via G. B. de Rossi and continue to number 33 (three minutes on foot)
Bus 310 to Viale XXI Aprile stop, just after the Bersagliere monument
Other Things to Note
A security deposit of € 200 is refundable at check-out is required in cash upon arrival.
A tax of € 3,50 for day and for person will be charged to the clients. This tax can be apply for a máximum of 10 days and are exempt children under ten years.
We had a wonderful time in Federica's Loft in Rome! The location was perfect for us: quiet, and residential. It felt good to come back to the loft after a day of busy touristy activities. The terasse with beautiful plants and fruits is a big plus! The building is very nice and the loft is very well equipped, and very clean. We stayed with our 2 kids and it was very comfortable. I would hesitate to rent it again!
Nous avons été ravis de notre séjour dans l'élégante mansarde de Federica. Le cadre et l'environnement était très agréable dans un quartier résidentiel et très vert. Ce quartier est bien desservi (métro Bologna et nombreux bus). Avec tous les commerces à proximité ( supermarchés mais aussi petits commerces de bouche de quartier excellents). L'immeuble est très intéressant sur le plan architectural et de grand standing. Location agréable, très calme, avec une terrasse fleurie et une autre terrasse accessible avec une vue superbe sur les jardins et les propriétés environnantes.Location présentant tout le confort souhaitable, très propre et très pratique avec une décoration originale. Notre hôte, Federica, été très efficace et très aimable. Seul point faible un lit un peu trop étroit pour les personnes habitués maintenant à des lits "king size". Nous reviendrons avec grand plaisir dans cette location.