The attic is located in the historical centre between Campo de´Fiori and Trastevere. The apartment is actually at the top of a medieval building that was formerly the residence of the Lancia family, relatives of the Farnese princes.
60 sqm (646 sqft)
Located on the 3rd floor (4th floor USA) NO ELEVATOR
Bed linens & Towels supplied
1 living (2 single beds)
For those seeking an extraordinary Rome experience,this historic Penthouse offers you a once in a lifetime, unique experience.Brilliantly maintained in the original medieval style; almost like being transported back in time.
This peaceful and exceptional regal home, located on the top of a medieval tower, is in the most ancient and characteristic part of Rome, around the corner from the famous Campo dei Fiori, where things come alive on a daily basis, with typical Roman flavour in the open fruit and vegetable market.
The Penthouse has an interesting history, once being the family home of the Noble, Lancia family, relatives of the Princes Farnese, the grand Piazza of the same name Piazza Farnese is around the corner.
The building, in fact, was built over an ancient Roman temple still visible in the basement, dedicated either to Hercules or to the God Neptune.
Please note that given the ancient history of the apartment and the building, which has been left in it’s original state with the original stairs to take you to the third floor, the apartment is for those that choose the love of the history and old world charm and are prepared to compromise the stone stairs and overlook that this apartment and the building are far from what is considered modern day (email hidden)t recommended for the elderly.
The living room, published some time ago on the cover of Architectural Digest, is a Luis XVI fantasy decorated with angels and tree tops on a sky background.
The apartment sleeps four people, as it is comprised of one beautiful master bedroom with a double bed (2 x single mattresses in double frame) as well as a second double sofa bed, which is cleverly concealed, folding out from the wall near a mirror in the living area.
The bathroom has a shower and a beautiful washbasin, custom made in heavy high quality marble. There is also a wc and bidet.
The quaint kitchenette is fully equipped and two French doors, opening on to the small balcony, offer an enchanting view of the several church domes and the ancient Roman rooftop.
All the furniture is original seventeenth century and the china, belonging to the Lucifero family, is part of a collection of “Giustiniani”
The apartment is surrounded by great Italian restaurants, outdoor cafes, supermarkets and open markets, all in the neighbourhood.
The ideal location makes the apartment within short walking distance to Trastevere, Piazza Navona and all the famous Roman landmarks, that you came to experience in the eternal city.
On arrival, the check in people will familiarise you with the apartment, pointing out various renowned artworks and objects related to the apartments history.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$1286 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$4286 /month|
|Check In:||3:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
A great apartment in a perfect location
We stayed in this apartment for four days in October. Rome is a
special city and the apartment made it even more special. Ricardo
provided fantastic service meeting us at the apartment to welcome us,
and the free bottle of wine was an extra nice treat. The apartment is
very cute and the bed is one of the most comfortable I've ever slept
in. But it is the location that really makes this place, it seems to
be within 15 minutes walk of nearly everything you'd want to see.
One warning, be prepared for a few stairs to get up and down from the apartment.