Description

Dating the end of the 19th century, this apartment has been newly renovated and furnished with design elements. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms with exceptional frescoed ceilings, located in a beautiful palazzo on one of the most important street of the center of Rome - Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. Just a few steps away from Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori and The Grand Club, you will be able to explore Rome at its best.

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Location

Amenities

  • Elevator in Building
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • WIFI Internet
  • Dish Washer
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • 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

    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.

    Cocktail Challenge

    366.00

    A mixology class comprised of a mini competition, cocktail tasting and an award ceremony to learn how to prepare some of the most famous Italian cocktails in the company of a professional bartender from Romeo’s cocktail bar.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    A mixology class comprised of a mini competition, cocktail tasting and an award ceremony to learn how to prepare some of the most famous Italian cocktails in the company of a professional bartender from Romeo’s cocktail bar.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    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. 

    Pastry Me

    489.00

    From preparation, to baking and tasting, this class that will teach you how to make two famous Italian desserts: Tiramisù and Torta della Nonna (literally, Grandma's Cake) with chocolate and pine nuts.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    From preparation, to baking and tasting, this class that will teach you how to make two famous Italian desserts: Tiramisù and Torta della Nonna (literally, Grandma's Cake) with chocolate and pine nuts.

    Embark on an experiential journey of Italian food and wine in this course with one of the most internationally recognised Masters of cuisine. Choose between being hosted by Cristina Bowerman herself or by a member of her team. From preparation to presentation, you will learn how to prepare the most famous cocktails, or pasta dishes, or gelato, or desserts, to the legendary pizza. The classes will take place directly in Cristina Bowerman's famous restaurant “Romeo”, so you will be able to experience the kitchen in full swing and be part of the iconic venue’s vibrant atmosphere.

    The Roman Forum and Trajan’s Market

    Quote on request

    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. 

    Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel

    Quote on request

    Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque. Rome, the city of great Popes and aristocratic patrons, of irreverent, conformist and sycophantic artists. It is the city of the Vatican Museums, one of the most important museums in the world. Its collection spans history from ancient Egypt through the late Renaissance and up to contemporary art. From the ancient Etruscans, Leonardo da Vinci and Caravaggio to the Raphael Rooms. Become immersed in the stories of artists and Popes, their historical accomplishments and their incredible styles. Then be amazed by one of the most astonishing works of art in human history: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. Located inside the Vatican Palace, it is the most extraordinary example of the artist’s tormented nature, of his sinuous forms and the ecstatic quality of his brushstrokes.

    Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque. Rome, the city of great Popes and aristocratic patrons, of irreverent, conformist and sycophantic artists. It is the city of the Vatican Museums, one of the most important museums in the world. Its collection spans history from ancient Egypt through the late Renaissance and up to contemporary art. From the ancient Etruscans, Leonardo da Vinci and Caravaggio to the Raphael Rooms. Become immersed in the stories of artists and Popes, their historical accomplishments and their incredible styles. Then be amazed by one of the most astonishing works of art in human history: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. Located inside the Vatican Palace, it is the most extraordinary example of the artist’s tormented nature, of his sinuous forms and the ecstatic quality of his brushstrokes.

    Basilica Santi Quattro Coronati

    Quote on request

    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.

    The Museo Nazionale Romano

    Quote on request

    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.

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