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 Baroque in Rome

    Quote on request

    The expressive power of splendor and eccentricity. This experience begins with the magnificence of Palazzo Colonna and its Gallery, where you will visit a treasure trove of extraordinary antiques and works of art: Carracci, Guercino, Salvator Rosa, Tintoretto. And perhaps you will also recognize the halls where some scenes of the iconic film Roman Holiday were shot. Step into that iconic historical era while exploring Princess Isabelle’s apartment and, afterwards, or while you wander towards the mythical Trevi Fountain: swimming is prohibited, but remember to turn your back to the Fountain, close your eyes, place your right hand on your left shoulder and toss a coin into the water to make a wish. Be mesmerised by the life’s work of rivals Bernini and Borromini, locked in eternal competition after designing a wealth of churches and stairways, statues and fountains. Explore Palazzo Barberini, whose peculiar stairway was designed by the two Masters and expresses a stunning contrast in artistic genres and creative execution. Lift your gaze to admire the spectacular ceiling decorated by Pietro da Cortona before abandoning yourself to the disorienting beauty of Caravaggio’s Judith Beheading Holofernes. And you still haven’t seen the wondrous grandeur of the church of San Silvestro al Quirinale.

    The expressive power of splendor and eccentricity. This experience begins with the magnificence of Palazzo Colonna and its Gallery, where you will visit a treasure trove of extraordinary antiques and works of art: Carracci, Guercino, Salvator Rosa, Tintoretto. And perhaps you will also recognize the halls where some scenes of the iconic film Roman Holiday were shot. Step into that iconic historical era while exploring Princess Isabelle’s apartment and, afterwards, or while you wander towards the mythical Trevi Fountain: swimming is prohibited, but remember to turn your back to the Fountain, close your eyes, place your right hand on your left shoulder and toss a coin into the water to make a wish. Be mesmerised by the life’s work of rivals Bernini and Borromini, locked in eternal competition after designing a wealth of churches and stairways, statues and fountains. Explore Palazzo Barberini, whose peculiar stairway was designed by the two Masters and expresses a stunning contrast in artistic genres and creative execution. Lift your gaze to admire the spectacular ceiling decorated by Pietro da Cortona before abandoning yourself to the disorienting beauty of Caravaggio’s Judith Beheading Holofernes. And you still haven’t seen the wondrous grandeur of the church of San Silvestro al Quirinale.

    The Grand Coronam

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    Accademia costume e moda e moria del teatro apollo 

    Complesso monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro

    Via della Maschera d’Oro

    Casa di Fiammetta

    Santa Maria della Pace

    Palazzo Taverna


    The laurel wreath of Apollo, which gave its name to the most famous theater in Rome, today crowns the fabrics and designs of one of the most renowned fashion school in the world.

    The same laurel that gives its name to the great complex created by the Piceni, where the Church of Ottaviano Mascherino still shows the statue of the Black Madonna near the works of Umberto Mastroianni. The myth of Rome represented by a graffiti on the walls of Via della Maschera d'Oro leads us to the temple dedicated to rhythm, where Rafaello, Peruzzi and Pietro da Cortona praise the triumph of Della Rovere family. From the theater-square of Pietro da Cortona we will disappear and admire the “vicoli” until we cross the threshold of Bluebeard's castle.



    Accademia costume e moda e moria del teatro apollo 

    Complesso monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro

    Via della Maschera d’Oro

    Casa di Fiammetta

    Santa Maria della Pace

    Palazzo Taverna


    The laurel wreath of Apollo, which gave its name to the most famous theater in Rome, today crowns the fabrics and designs of one of the most renowned fashion school in the world.

    The same laurel that gives its name to the great complex created by the Piceni, where the Church of Ottaviano Mascherino still shows the statue of the Black Madonna near the works of Umberto Mastroianni. The myth of Rome represented by a graffiti on the walls of Via della Maschera d'Oro leads us to the temple dedicated to rhythm, where Rafaello, Peruzzi and Pietro da Cortona praise the triumph of Della Rovere family. From the theater-square of Pietro da Cortona we will disappear and admire the “vicoli” until we cross the threshold of Bluebeard's castle.


    Evo Love

    366.00

    With a product that is so representative of Italy throughout the world, you cannot miss this Italian olive oil tasting session. Led by a culinary expert and served on the freshly oven-baked bread from Romeo’s bakery, you will embark on a journey to discover new scents and unknown tastes.

    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.

    With a product that is so representative of Italy throughout the world, you cannot miss this Italian olive oil tasting session. Led by a culinary expert and served on the freshly oven-baked bread from Romeo’s bakery, you will embark on a journey to discover new scents and unknown tastes.

    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.

    Trastevere

    669.00

    Lose yourself among the medieval alleys of the most bohemian ‘village’ in the heart of Rome. Walking through narrow and winding streets, you will discover the Basilica of Santa Cecilia, the church built to honour the patron saint of musicians, and the annexed Benedictine convent where, with our special permission, you will be able to listen to ritual chants of the nuns that have charge of the basilica. An enchanting and mystical experience that will continue by visiting the fascinating baroque church of San Francesco a Ripa and the Bernini Chapel. Naturally, we would never miss taking a delicious break to taste the oven pizza in Vicolo del Cinque, a must for Romans and visitors alike. Afterwards, dive back into the splendours of the Renaissance in Villa Farnesina, amongst the wonders of Raphael and the Botanical Garden.

    Lose yourself among the medieval alleys of the most bohemian ‘village’ in the heart of Rome. Walking through narrow and winding streets, you will discover the Basilica of Santa Cecilia, the church built to honour the patron saint of musicians, and the annexed Benedictine convent where, with our special permission, you will be able to listen to ritual chants of the nuns that have charge of the basilica. An enchanting and mystical experience that will continue by visiting the fascinating baroque church of San Francesco a Ripa and the Bernini Chapel. Naturally, we would never miss taking a delicious break to taste the oven pizza in Vicolo del Cinque, a must for Romans and visitors alike. Afterwards, dive back into the splendours of the Renaissance in Villa Farnesina, amongst the wonders of Raphael and the Botanical Garden.

    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.

    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.

    Limousine Service

    122.00

    Would you like to be chauffeured easily and comfortably from the airport to your Grand home? We will send a premium or luxury car according to your preference and to the number of guests arriving, and the chauffeur will take you directly to your home. 


    Would you like to be chauffeured easily and comfortably from the airport to your Grand home? We will send a premium or luxury car according to your preference and to the number of guests arriving, and the chauffeur will take you directly to your home. 


    Roman Street Art directly with the artists

    745.00

    Sten & Lex recover fragments of classical art and propose them in an extremely subjective way: strictly incognito, just like Banksy, who invited them to the London Cans Festival, a stencil festival where they participated along with the greatest street artists of the world. The artists, who started their career in Rome, will guide you to discover their stencils and open air etchings. The itinerary includes a limousine ride through several neighborhoods, from Garbatella to Ostiense, passing through San Lorenzo and Prati, Tor Pignattara and the Salario - Nomentano district, to discover incredible wall art. The tour will end in their studio, where they will reveal their unique techniques.

    Sten & Lex recover fragments of classical art and propose them in an extremely subjective way: strictly incognito, just like Banksy, who invited them to the London Cans Festival, a stencil festival where they participated along with the greatest street artists of the world. The artists, who started their career in Rome, will guide you to discover their stencils and open air etchings. The itinerary includes a limousine ride through several neighborhoods, from Garbatella to Ostiense, passing through San Lorenzo and Prati, Tor Pignattara and the Salario - Nomentano district, to discover incredible wall art. The tour will end in their studio, where they will reveal their unique techniques.

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