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This magnificent suite was the residence of Emperor Napoleon III who lived here in 1830. You will breathe the classic historical luxury through the elegant furnishings, oil paintings, original 16th century tapestries, parquet floors and hand-stencilled walls. Where will you be located? Along with Via del Clementino and Via dei Condotti, this street is a part of the ancient Via Trinitatis that led to Trinità dei Monti, inaugurated by Paolo III in the sixteenth century. It houses two of the most important buildings in the capital, namely Palazzo Caetani Ruspoli and Palazzo Borghese. At number 35 stands Palazzo Mereghi, with its twin fountains where a single giant sculpture of a fish spits water. You are in the heart of the Borghese Rome. CIR 1160

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Amenities

  • Elevator in Building
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • heating
  • WIFI Internet
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dish Washer
  • Toaster
  • 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

    From the ’20s to murals with a poetess

    650.00

    The first stone of one of Rome’s most famous neighbourhoods - Garbatella, or as it is affectionately called "La Rossa" - was placed by King Vittorio Emanuele III in the 1920s. The area soon became populated by people displaced from the medieval quarters of the city, who had been evicted from the center to allow for the construction of Via dei Fori Imperiali. Garbatella, which today still retains its popular character, is located near Tor Marancia, another popular neighbourhood that in recent years has undergone surprising development thanks to the extraordinary works of street art by artists from all over the world. In the midst of this open-air contemporary art gallery you will find typical restaurants, local delicacies and extraordinarily picturesque corners of the less beaten track in this multifaceted city.

    The first stone of one of Rome’s most famous neighbourhoods - Garbatella, or as it is affectionately called "La Rossa" - was placed by King Vittorio Emanuele III in the 1920s. The area soon became populated by people displaced from the medieval quarters of the city, who had been evicted from the center to allow for the construction of Via dei Fori Imperiali. Garbatella, which today still retains its popular character, is located near Tor Marancia, another popular neighbourhood that in recent years has undergone surprising development thanks to the extraordinary works of street art by artists from all over the world. In the midst of this open-air contemporary art gallery you will find typical restaurants, local delicacies and extraordinarily picturesque corners of the less beaten track in this multifaceted city.

    Baroque duo concert at home

    745.00

    Grandeur, marvel, persuasion. We will bring an elegant and exciting chamber music performance to your home, with the aim of creating harmony between the audience and performer. The Concerto for oboe and violoncello will recreate the conditions of an era during which music was performed in private settings and for a select and restricted audience. On the comfort of your sofa in your Grand House you will be transported through the scores of the greatest Italian and European composers. Through Vivaldi, but also Handel and Albinoni, you will relive baroque Rome, with its courts, cardinals and typical architecture, a place of meetings and the stage for many relationships between musicians, writers and intellectuals. Your home, as if in the 17th century, will become the intimate setting in which the first concerts of chamber music first began to emerge.

    Grandeur, marvel, persuasion. We will bring an elegant and exciting chamber music performance to your home, with the aim of creating harmony between the audience and performer. The Concerto for oboe and violoncello will recreate the conditions of an era during which music was performed in private settings and for a select and restricted audience. On the comfort of your sofa in your Grand House you will be transported through the scores of the greatest Italian and European composers. Through Vivaldi, but also Handel and Albinoni, you will relive baroque Rome, with its courts, cardinals and typical architecture, a place of meetings and the stage for many relationships between musicians, writers and intellectuals. Your home, as if in the 17th century, will become the intimate setting in which the first concerts of chamber music first began to emerge.

    Caravaggio

    669.00

    Discover the places that tell the story of one of the most astonishing painters in the history of all time, Caravaggio. The artist who revolutionized the way of making art with his unconventional vision. We will take you inside the church of San Luigi dei Francesi to be amazed by the Cappella Contarelli: one of the pictorial cycles that established Caravaggio unequivocally as a great Master. The church is located near the famous Piazza Navona, where Lena, the painter's infamous model, sold her body. A little farther on, we will take you past the Tor di Nona prison, where Caravaggio was imprisoned, and from there to Palazzo Giustiniani, whose lord was one of his clients. We will then tell you about Palazzo Patrizi, where the masterpiece “Supper at Emmaus” was housed and from there we will continue to the Basilica of Sant'Agostino and the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, to discover the other wonders born from the rebellious genius of an artist who was capable of bestowing profound humanity to the idyllic aesthetic of art. 

    Discover the places that tell the story of one of the most astonishing painters in the history of all time, Caravaggio. The artist who revolutionized the way of making art with his unconventional vision. We will take you inside the church of San Luigi dei Francesi to be amazed by the Cappella Contarelli: one of the pictorial cycles that established Caravaggio unequivocally as a great Master. The church is located near the famous Piazza Navona, where Lena, the painter's infamous model, sold her body. A little farther on, we will take you past the Tor di Nona prison, where Caravaggio was imprisoned, and from there to Palazzo Giustiniani, whose lord was one of his clients. We will then tell you about Palazzo Patrizi, where the masterpiece “Supper at Emmaus” was housed and from there we will continue to the Basilica of Sant'Agostino and the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, to discover the other wonders born from the rebellious genius of an artist who was capable of bestowing profound humanity to the idyllic aesthetic of art. 

    The Museo Nazionale Romano

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    The New York Times listed it in its famous 36 Hours column as one of the city’s must-see sites. The Museo Nazionale Romano was born in 1889 at the Baths of Diocletian, and has since expanded into four locations: the Baths, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps and the Balbi Crypt. The Baths are the largest Roman thermal bath complex. Today this ancient place of wellbeing displays archaeological artifacts and holds the Museum of Roman Written Communication, the Museum of Protohistory of the Latin People and the Digital Museum of the Villa Livia. This is also the place where Michelangelo created the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs. Palazzo Altemps, on the other hand, houses the largest Roman aristocratic collections. At Palazzo Massimo, a late 19th-century neo-renaissance building originally built to host the Jesuit Order, you will discover one of the most important collections of classical art in the world. Finally, the Balbi Crypt is a treasure trove of sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, numismatics and artifacts that tell the history, myths and daily life of the time that was.

    The New York Times listed it in its famous 36 Hours column as one of the city’s must-see sites. The Museo Nazionale Romano was born in 1889 at the Baths of Diocletian, and has since expanded into four locations: the Baths, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps and the Balbi Crypt. The Baths are the largest Roman thermal bath complex. Today this ancient place of wellbeing displays archaeological artifacts and holds the Museum of Roman Written Communication, the Museum of Protohistory of the Latin People and the Digital Museum of the Villa Livia. This is also the place where Michelangelo created the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs. Palazzo Altemps, on the other hand, houses the largest Roman aristocratic collections. At Palazzo Massimo, a late 19th-century neo-renaissance building originally built to host the Jesuit Order, you will discover one of the most important collections of classical art in the world. Finally, the Balbi Crypt is a treasure trove of sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, numismatics and artifacts that tell the history, myths and daily life of the time that was.

    Castel Sant’Angelo

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    Not far from the Vatican, on the right bank of the Tiber, stands the tomb willed by Emperor Hadrian. A long bridge adorned with angel sculptures leads to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which within its walls holds the nuances of the Eternal City’s past and present. It was also a fortress, a dark and terrible prison and a splendid Renaissance residence. A building that has changed its face and function, closely following the transformations of the city.

    Not far from the Vatican, on the right bank of the Tiber, stands the tomb willed by Emperor Hadrian. A long bridge adorned with angel sculptures leads to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which within its walls holds the nuances of the Eternal City’s past and present. It was also a fortress, a dark and terrible prison and a splendid Renaissance residence. A building that has changed its face and function, closely following the transformations of the city.

    The urban Rationalis of Eur

    650.00

    "EUR" is the acronym for European Universal Exhibition. And it is no coincidence, because the neighborhood was created specifically to host the eponymous event in 1942. Designed in 1935, it was finally completed 15 years later, following World War II. Dominated by urban rationalism and architecture that clearly recalls the Roman Classical style, typical of the fascist period, in recent years EUR has began a new season of splendor, thanks to high value development projects such as the “Nuvola”, an ambitious project designed by architect Massimiliano Fuksas. The walk will end with a visit to the local Sunday market, a delightful mix of antiques and trinkets.

    "EUR" is the acronym for European Universal Exhibition. And it is no coincidence, because the neighborhood was created specifically to host the eponymous event in 1942. Designed in 1935, it was finally completed 15 years later, following World War II. Dominated by urban rationalism and architecture that clearly recalls the Roman Classical style, typical of the fascist period, in recent years EUR has began a new season of splendor, thanks to high value development projects such as the “Nuvola”, an ambitious project designed by architect Massimiliano Fuksas. The walk will end with a visit to the local Sunday market, a delightful mix of antiques and trinkets.

    The Roman Forum and Trajan’s Market

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    At the dawn of the Imperial age the five Emperors who brought glory to Rome each erected a monumental construction in the city. Our expert guides will lead you to the Forums created by Caesar and Augustus, by the Temple of Peace, to the Forum of Nerva and to the largest Forum erected by Trajan between 107 and 113 AD. Here you will find Trajan’s great Market and the famous Trajan column, which narrates the battles against the Dacians through a 200 metre uninterrupted stone relief. 

    At the dawn of the Imperial age the five Emperors who brought glory to Rome each erected a monumental construction in the city. Our expert guides will lead you to the Forums created by Caesar and Augustus, by the Temple of Peace, to the Forum of Nerva and to the largest Forum erected by Trajan between 107 and 113 AD. Here you will find Trajan’s great Market and the famous Trajan column, which narrates the battles against the Dacians through a 200 metre uninterrupted stone relief. 

    The Capitoline Museums

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    Piazza del Campidoglio. Imposing and panoramic, seat of the municipality of Rome, center of the city’s political power and tangible proof of Michelangelo’s skill as an architect. And if this was not enough, the home to the oldest public art collection. The museum was born at the end of the 15th century with a donation of bronze sculptures by Pope Sixtus IV. Walking between the Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori you will admire the sculptures of Ancient Roman: from the Capitoline Venus to the imposing sculpture of Marphurius, to the She-Wolf and Capitoline Brutus. Our expert guide will also lead you through the Middle Ages and up to the 18th century, in the company of Caravaggio, Guercino, Guido Reni, Pietro da Cortona, Rubens and many other artists.

    Piazza del Campidoglio. Imposing and panoramic, seat of the municipality of Rome, center of the city’s political power and tangible proof of Michelangelo’s skill as an architect. And if this was not enough, the home to the oldest public art collection. The museum was born at the end of the 15th century with a donation of bronze sculptures by Pope Sixtus IV. Walking between the Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori you will admire the sculptures of Ancient Roman: from the Capitoline Venus to the imposing sculpture of Marphurius, to the She-Wolf and Capitoline Brutus. Our expert guide will also lead you through the Middle Ages and up to the 18th century, in the company of Caravaggio, Guercino, Guido Reni, Pietro da Cortona, Rubens and many other artists.

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