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Nestled in the heart of Rome, this impressive Renaissance palace has been the seat of the aristocratic Costaguti family for centuries. The family commissioned the most famous Italian Renaissance painters of the time – like Caravaggio’s master, Cavalier d’Arpino, and the esteemed Zuccari brothers – to decorate the rooms with elaborate ceiling frescoes. The incredibly well-preserved frescoes provide a museum-grade body of work, available for your private viewing pleasure. Furnished with elegance, refinement and comfort in mind, this one-of-a-kind accommodation is unique both for its historic characteristics and its exceptional location.

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Amenities

  • Elevator in Building
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • WIFI Internet
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dish Washer
  • Toaster
  • Washing Machine
  • Pool Table
  • Sauna
  • What's included? More than you can imagine

    Personal welcome

    We welcome all of our guests in person directly at the chosen apartment or at the Grand Club in the heart of the city center

    Daily cleaning and linen change

    Daily housekeeping, linen change and dish cleaning to make sure you come back to a sparkling clean home

    Luxury linen and toiletries

    Every home is prepared with luxury linens, toiletries and towels to meet our high end hospitality standards

    Ask Alfred, 24/7

    Local staff available 24/7 - we are available round the clock

    And much more

    • All of our homes are fully furnished with all the comforts to make you feel at home, away from home
    • Complimentary wifi
    Welcome kit with exclusive italian products
    • Access to The Grand Club - a space for you to book your experiences, relax or work in a dedicated private area

    Customize your stay

    Andersen Museum

    Quote on request

    Stepping out of the Piazza del Popolo - one of the city’s most popular squares, with its twin churches and the busy Via del Corso constantly swarming with people - few people notice this elegant and quiet cottage. This is where the Danish painter and sculptor Hendrik Christian Andersen spent the rest of his life after he moved to Rome, and where his works are still conserved today. One of our guides will lead you to discover the artist’s life. A testament to the cosmopolitan nature of Rome, which for centuries has given shelter to artists and intellectuals from all over the world. 

    Stepping out of the Piazza del Popolo - one of the city’s most popular squares, with its twin churches and the busy Via del Corso constantly swarming with people - few people notice this elegant and quiet cottage. This is where the Danish painter and sculptor Hendrik Christian Andersen spent the rest of his life after he moved to Rome, and where his works are still conserved today. One of our guides will lead you to discover the artist’s life. A testament to the cosmopolitan nature of Rome, which for centuries has given shelter to artists and intellectuals from all over the world. 

    Rome from above

    450.00

    Start on the Aventine Hill, the beauties of which have been sung by poets like Carducci and D’Annunzio, and discover the scents and charm of the Parco Savello, the Garden of Oranges where Saint Dominic planted the first bitter orange tree, which to this day you can still find there. Peek through the famous “keyhole” of the Priory of the Knights of Malta, through which the Vatican Cupola will appear in a new, breathtaking perspective. Move to the Gianicolo terrace and its unique view of Rome. A true Renaissance treasure, which also holds the Tempietto del Bramante. Finally, on the opposite side of the city, inside the magnificent Villa Borghese, you will find the terrace of the Pincian Hill.

    Start on the Aventine Hill, the beauties of which have been sung by poets like Carducci and D’Annunzio, and discover the scents and charm of the Parco Savello, the Garden of Oranges where Saint Dominic planted the first bitter orange tree, which to this day you can still find there. Peek through the famous “keyhole” of the Priory of the Knights of Malta, through which the Vatican Cupola will appear in a new, breathtaking perspective. Move to the Gianicolo terrace and its unique view of Rome. A true Renaissance treasure, which also holds the Tempietto del Bramante. Finally, on the opposite side of the city, inside the magnificent Villa Borghese, you will find the terrace of the Pincian Hill.

    Basilica Santi Quattro Coronati

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    Resting on the slopes of the Caelian Hill, the Basilica dei Santi Quattro Coronati, named in honor of four martyred soldiers, is a place of meditation, reflection and tradition. To this day the Augustinian nuns sing their songs at the preordained hours. A timeless place where history seems frozen. One of our expert guides will help you immerse yourself in one of Rome’s most historic, artistic and spiritual monuments.

    Resting on the slopes of the Caelian Hill, the Basilica dei Santi Quattro Coronati, named in honor of four martyred soldiers, is a place of meditation, reflection and tradition. To this day the Augustinian nuns sing their songs at the preordained hours. A timeless place where history seems frozen. One of our expert guides will help you immerse yourself in one of Rome’s most historic, artistic and spiritual monuments.

    Through the alleys in the heart of Rome

    369.00

    Your private guide will pick you up at home and take you for a walk through picturesque shortcuts to discover the mighty beauty of Piazza Venezia, the ancient charm of the Pantheon and the curious legend that surrounds the Tower of the Monkey and its everlit lantern. You will live the Dolce Vita in Piazza di Spagna and breathe in the arts and crafts of Via Margutta. You will see places that are symbolic of the Eternal City as well as visit the workshops of artisans and taste traditional delicacies at local groceries, ice creams parlors and cafés populated on a daily basis by the people of Rome.

    Your private guide will pick you up at home and take you for a walk through picturesque shortcuts to discover the mighty beauty of Piazza Venezia, the ancient charm of the Pantheon and the curious legend that surrounds the Tower of the Monkey and its everlit lantern. You will live the Dolce Vita in Piazza di Spagna and breathe in the arts and crafts of Via Margutta. You will see places that are symbolic of the Eternal City as well as visit the workshops of artisans and taste traditional delicacies at local groceries, ice creams parlors and cafés populated on a daily basis by the people of Rome.

    At the fresh market with Cristina Bowerman

    Quote on request

    You are not dreaming. You can go grocery shopping at Eataly’s minimal contemporary market with the proclaimed 2018 Female Chef, in one of the city’s most characteristic local markets - a true gastronomic center for food excellences. You will choose between three seasonal menus, based on meat, fish or vegetables, and then follow all the preparations in the kitchen. Together, you will select the necessary ingredients to cook your menu. Cristina will be your gastronomic guide and accompany you each step of the cooking process at home. This is a truly memorable experience which will be hard to wash out: dish-washing is not included in the service!

    You are not dreaming. You can go grocery shopping at Eataly’s minimal contemporary market with the proclaimed 2018 Female Chef, in one of the city’s most characteristic local markets - a true gastronomic center for food excellences. You will choose between three seasonal menus, based on meat, fish or vegetables, and then follow all the preparations in the kitchen. Together, you will select the necessary ingredients to cook your menu. Cristina will be your gastronomic guide and accompany you each step of the cooking process at home. This is a truly memorable experience which will be hard to wash out: dish-washing is not included in the service!

    My Deli Counter

    366.00

    A privileged itinerary to discover Romeo’s deli and bakery through unique products: cheeses and artisanal salamis, with local bread and a glass of wine, listening to the history of each single bite.

    Tasting, as you may know, is not only about taste, just like listening is not only about sound. It is a real sensual and sensory experience that involves all the senses, even the sixth. An exciting journey in one of the most famous restaurants in the world led by culinary experts who know the raw materials they choose just like a scientist would, but who are also acutely aware of the human soul and the emotional functioning of human beings, and are capable of uniting the knowledge of the latter and the former in what industry insiders call neuro-enogastronomy.

    A privileged itinerary to discover Romeo’s deli and bakery through unique products: cheeses and artisanal salamis, with local bread and a glass of wine, listening to the history of each single bite.

    Tasting, as you may know, is not only about taste, just like listening is not only about sound. It is a real sensual and sensory experience that involves all the senses, even the sixth. An exciting journey in one of the most famous restaurants in the world led by culinary experts who know the raw materials they choose just like a scientist would, but who are also acutely aware of the human soul and the emotional functioning of human beings, and are capable of uniting the knowledge of the latter and the former in what industry insiders call neuro-enogastronomy.

    Stone animals hidden in the heart of Rome

    450.00

    Do you have a desire to discover the secrets and symbols of the Eternal City? Are you curious to decipher the stone animals hidden throughout the city? We will guide you to discover the animal sculptures concealed in sophisticated palazzi and camouflaged in the streets and squares of the city, an adventure that will be fun for children and fascinating for adults. From the deer atop the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio, to the elephant that adorns the square in front of the Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, to the cat of Palazzo Grazioli up to the salamanders on the facade of the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi.

    Do you have a desire to discover the secrets and symbols of the Eternal City? Are you curious to decipher the stone animals hidden throughout the city? We will guide you to discover the animal sculptures concealed in sophisticated palazzi and camouflaged in the streets and squares of the city, an adventure that will be fun for children and fascinating for adults. From the deer atop the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio, to the elephant that adorns the square in front of the Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, to the cat of Palazzo Grazioli up to the salamanders on the facade of the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi.

    Tiber Island

    450.00

    A little more than 300 meters in length and no wider than 90, it is among the smallest inhabited islands in the world and, despite this, houses the monumental 16th century hospital Fatebenefratelli. Myth says that in 291 BC Aesculapius, god of medicine, hid in a Roman ship sailing to Greece in the guise of a snake to seek help from the Gods and save his people from a plague. It is said that on his return the snake escaped from the boat and hid on the island. A temple was erected here to worship him, over the ruins of which the Church of Saint Bartholomy, which today still shelters a miraculous spring, was later built.

    A little more than 300 meters in length and no wider than 90, it is among the smallest inhabited islands in the world and, despite this, houses the monumental 16th century hospital Fatebenefratelli. Myth says that in 291 BC Aesculapius, god of medicine, hid in a Roman ship sailing to Greece in the guise of a snake to seek help from the Gods and save his people from a plague. It is said that on his return the snake escaped from the boat and hid on the island. A temple was erected here to worship him, over the ruins of which the Church of Saint Bartholomy, which today still shelters a miraculous spring, was later built.

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