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. Where will you be located? You are in a very long street, overflowing with wonders to admire. Among the many, we point out the sixteenth-century Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, at number 141: the convex façade follows the course of the Odeon of Domitian (intended for musical performances) on which the palace was built. Also Palazzo di Pirro deserves, at number 151: built for Angelo Massimo by Giovanni Mangone di Caravaggio, a pupil of Antonio da Sangallo, at the beginning of the sixteenth century, he took a statue out of the earth, that was sold to Clement XI in 1738, and today exposed at the Capitoline museums . At number 154, there is Palazzo Pichi Manfroni Lovatti, where the 16th century portal with the family crest emerges. Further on (civic no. 168), the building of the Farnesina ai Baullari, in which there is a porticoed courtyard with decorations and figures of an ancient Roman building, home to the Barracco Museum where Egyptian, Assyrian and Phoenician sculptures are exhibited. CIR 7873

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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

    The Grand Palace Selection

    0.00

    Portico of Octavia

    Temples of San Nicola in Carcere

    Monastery of Santa Francesca Romana

    Cripta Balbi

    Palazzo Mattei di Giove


    Engraved in stone, the lion still bites the gazelle. Deep wells where sacred waters gave birth to the Chosen People. The Emperor’s deep maroon that envelops the bricks. Wells that have long since collapsed, shrouded in darkness, places where you find yourself in front of endless arcades that used to belong to Rome during the days of the Empire. Perpetually closed doors, in monastic sacredness. The myth of the empire that decorates the new principles of the Renaissance with its marbles. The Grand Palace, which lives between the upside-down Rome of the Botteghe Oscure and the marbles of the nobles of the Ghetto, whose palace looks like blocks of marble, resting on the sand.


    Portico of Octavia

    Temples of San Nicola in Carcere

    Monastery of Santa Francesca Romana

    Cripta Balbi

    Palazzo Mattei di Giove


    Engraved in stone, the lion still bites the gazelle. Deep wells where sacred waters gave birth to the Chosen People. The Emperor’s deep maroon that envelops the bricks. Wells that have long since collapsed, shrouded in darkness, places where you find yourself in front of endless arcades that used to belong to Rome during the days of the Empire. Perpetually closed doors, in monastic sacredness. The myth of the empire that decorates the new principles of the Renaissance with its marbles. The Grand Palace, which lives between the upside-down Rome of the Botteghe Oscure and the marbles of the nobles of the Ghetto, whose palace looks like blocks of marble, resting on the sand.


    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.

    Palazzo Valentini: multimedia

    Quote on request

    How can we breathe new life into ancient treasures? Through digital technology and multimedia. Our expert guide will lead you a place where the ancient world meets modernity to reconstruct the beauty of a long-gone past. This digital journey will reconstruct Palazzo Valentini in all its phases through history, reaching back through time to the remains of an aristocratic Ancient Roman Domus. The reconstruction of the reliefs that decorate Trajan’s Column, or those depicting the military campaigns against the Dacians, are surprising.

    How can we breathe new life into ancient treasures? Through digital technology and multimedia. Our expert guide will lead you a place where the ancient world meets modernity to reconstruct the beauty of a long-gone past. This digital journey will reconstruct Palazzo Valentini in all its phases through history, reaching back through time to the remains of an aristocratic Ancient Roman Domus. The reconstruction of the reliefs that decorate Trajan’s Column, or those depicting the military campaigns against the Dacians, are surprising.

    The Grand Art Gallery Selection

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    Palazzo Taverna / Violante Guerrieri Gonzaga Terrace

    Borromini Oratory

    San Filippo Neri Chambers

    Accademia di Costume e Moda (Fashion Academy)

    San Giovanni dei Fiorentini

    Palazzo Sacchetti


    The sun kisses the castle that Giordano Orsini-Barbablù created for his lineage. A sacred mountain, thousands of towers that became a palace. From the top of one tower to another, with the clock locked in time to descend into the Oratory created by Borromini for Filippo Neri. And from his vestments painted by Maratta, to the Academy where fabrics are created, seeing in a moment, the beginning of what becomes fashion. Catch the moment. Kayros, who lives stuck in time by Francesco Salviati, inside Palazzo Sacchetti.


    Palazzo Taverna / Violante Guerrieri Gonzaga Terrace

    Borromini Oratory

    San Filippo Neri Chambers

    Accademia di Costume e Moda (Fashion Academy)

    San Giovanni dei Fiorentini

    Palazzo Sacchetti


    The sun kisses the castle that Giordano Orsini-Barbablù created for his lineage. A sacred mountain, thousands of towers that became a palace. From the top of one tower to another, with the clock locked in time to descend into the Oratory created by Borromini for Filippo Neri. And from his vestments painted by Maratta, to the Academy where fabrics are created, seeing in a moment, the beginning of what becomes fashion. Catch the moment. Kayros, who lives stuck in time by Francesco Salviati, inside Palazzo Sacchetti.


    Your portrait signed by Fabio Lovino

    1141.00

    Fabio Lovino is the most important Italian portrait photographer, having immortalized the faces of international stars such as Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Benicio del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Isabelle Huppert, David Cronenberg, David Lynch, and many others. Many of these portraits have also become the covers of the most famous Italian and foreign magazines, such as Io Donna, Max, Elle, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, L’Espresso. In his prestigious studio located in the historic center of Rome, flooded with light and full of objects that his stylist uses to prepare sets, you can admire many of his shots and watch him work and bring home a picture of yourself shot by him.


    Fabio Lovino is the most important Italian portrait photographer, having immortalized the faces of international stars such as Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Benicio del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Isabelle Huppert, David Cronenberg, David Lynch, and many others. Many of these portraits have also become the covers of the most famous Italian and foreign magazines, such as Io Donna, Max, Elle, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, L’Espresso. In his prestigious studio located in the historic center of Rome, flooded with light and full of objects that his stylist uses to prepare sets, you can admire many of his shots and watch him work and bring home a picture of yourself shot by him.


    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.

    Discovering the cats of Rome

    646.00

    It was 1929 when the ancient ruins where Caesar was murdered were discovered at Largo di Torre Argentina. That same year the city’s stray cats started taking refuge in those same ruins. An expert guide will show you the place where these felines receive shelter and care from the city’s many volunteers, because this too is Rome. Have a look at Walt Disney’s movie “The Aristocats” in Italian, and listen to the fluent roman accent of Romeo, the animated film’s loveable Roman stray protagonist. He is the most respected cat of the city’s famous colony, and if you’ll be lucky he might come your way.

    It was 1929 when the ancient ruins where Caesar was murdered were discovered at Largo di Torre Argentina. That same year the city’s stray cats started taking refuge in those same ruins. An expert guide will show you the place where these felines receive shelter and care from the city’s many volunteers, because this too is Rome. Have a look at Walt Disney’s movie “The Aristocats” in Italian, and listen to the fluent roman accent of Romeo, the animated film’s loveable Roman stray protagonist. He is the most respected cat of the city’s famous colony, and if you’ll be lucky he might come your way.

    Your dog’s holiday

    119.00

    Animal lovers know this well: if our dog is not happy, neither can we be completely. That’s why you can rely on our dog caregivers: choose whether you would like to be accompanied by a dog walker, who will help you access any exhibition, archaeological site or shop without ever separating from your friend, or if you would rather entrust your pet to a dog trainer, whom you can request to meet prior to booking, and who will accompany your pet to the most beautiful parks in the city. For any veterinary emergency, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Animal lovers know this well: if our dog is not happy, neither can we be completely. That’s why you can rely on our dog caregivers: choose whether you would like to be accompanied by a dog walker, who will help you access any exhibition, archaeological site or shop without ever separating from your friend, or if you would rather entrust your pet to a dog trainer, whom you can request to meet prior to booking, and who will accompany your pet to the most beautiful parks in the city. For any veterinary emergency, do not hesitate to contact us.

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