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Located in Palazzo Caetani Lovatelli, historic building dating the 16th century - this modern apartment is the nest of an Italian writer. Enjoy the wooden floors and open plan kitchen directly overlooking the terrace, surrounded by domes and perfect to enjoy a dinner outside and its unique views. Where will you be located? The square takes its name from an important building, Palazzo Lovatelli, built in 1580 by Gianfilippo Serlupi, who, in the nineteenth century, thanks to the Countess Ersilia Caetani Lovatelli, became well-known salon open to artists and writers of the caliber of Carducci, Mommsen, Gregorovius, D'Annunzio, Zola, Liszt. Place of enormous charm, this square, where, during some excavations, finds from the Portico di Filippo, built by Augustus's brother, were found: it was a quadriporticus that was used as an exhibition space for works of art. Today the square is home to the Capitolina Superintendency for Cultural Heritage. CIR 6119

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Amenities

  • Central Air Conditioning
  • WIFI Internet
  • 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

    Pizza Making

    489.00

    With the help of a Master pizza maker, you will learn to prepare the undisputed queen of Italian pizza: the pizza Margherita. By the time you are done you will be an expert piazzaiolo, from dough preparation to wood-oven cooking.

    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.

    With the help of a Master pizza maker, you will learn to prepare the undisputed queen of Italian pizza: the pizza Margherita. By the time you are done you will be an expert piazzaiolo, from dough preparation to wood-oven cooking.

    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.

    Mindfulness and poetry at home

    559.00

    Lie down on your bed with your eyes closed and let yourself be guided by the skilled fingers of an expert massage therapist. Let an artist’s performance of the most touching melodies and lyrics of Italian song and poetry wash over you and lead you to a state of "inspired relaxation". Stretch your daily physical and emotional tensions and achieve inspiration through emotion. Our therapist will work on your meridians and circulation of energy to restore vitality to your organs, enhancing your emotional perception. The words of Domenico Modugno, Mina, Patti Pravo, Luigi Tenco, Dante, Gaber, Benigni, Collodi, Tomasi di Lampedusa, Dario Fo, Boccaccio and many more will carry you straight to the center of your heart.

    Lie down on your bed with your eyes closed and let yourself be guided by the skilled fingers of an expert massage therapist. Let an artist’s performance of the most touching melodies and lyrics of Italian song and poetry wash over you and lead you to a state of "inspired relaxation". Stretch your daily physical and emotional tensions and achieve inspiration through emotion. Our therapist will work on your meridians and circulation of energy to restore vitality to your organs, enhancing your emotional perception. The words of Domenico Modugno, Mina, Patti Pravo, Luigi Tenco, Dante, Gaber, Benigni, Collodi, Tomasi di Lampedusa, Dario Fo, Boccaccio and many more will carry you straight to the center of your heart.

    The Grand Secret Square Selection to home selection by the Master of the keys

    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.


    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.

    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.

    Centrale Montemartini

    Quote on request

    The combination of ancient statues and busts with the technological devices of Rome’s first public electrical power plant is an exciting sight to behold. The plant ceased all activity in the early 1960s and remained out of use until 1997, when it received the loan of a number of sculptures from the Capitoline Museums. This was meant to be temporary, but instead became a permanent exhibition. It represents an extraordinary example of museum conversion, a visual pastiche that results in a very evocative effect.

    The combination of ancient statues and busts with the technological devices of Rome’s first public electrical power plant is an exciting sight to behold. The plant ceased all activity in the early 1960s and remained out of use until 1997, when it received the loan of a number of sculptures from the Capitoline Museums. This was meant to be temporary, but instead became a permanent exhibition. It represents an extraordinary example of museum conversion, a visual pastiche that results in a very evocative effect.

    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. 


    The neighbourhood of fairies with a special journalist

    559.00

    This is not an actual neighborhood, but a group of 26 buildings and 17 houses. It is a world inside a world known as Coppedè, a pastiche of stylistic influences that forms the characteristic “neighbourhood” between via Nomentana and via Salaria. A corner of Rome that seems to have a surreal and magical atmosphere. This is due to the variety of architectural styles found in this bizarre and surprising neighborhood. It became famous after the Beatles dove into the Fontana delle Rane in Piazza Mincio after playing a concert at the nearby club Piper. Some feel it is terrifying, including Dario Argento who used it as a location for some of his most iconic horror movies. The neighborhood is shrouded in mystery and has an unsettling aura, perhaps also due to the tragic story of its creator, Gino Coppedè, who died a suicide. Notwithstanding, it is still full of overwhelming emotions and should not go unnoticed.

    This is not an actual neighborhood, but a group of 26 buildings and 17 houses. It is a world inside a world known as Coppedè, a pastiche of stylistic influences that forms the characteristic “neighbourhood” between via Nomentana and via Salaria. A corner of Rome that seems to have a surreal and magical atmosphere. This is due to the variety of architectural styles found in this bizarre and surprising neighborhood. It became famous after the Beatles dove into the Fontana delle Rane in Piazza Mincio after playing a concert at the nearby club Piper. Some feel it is terrifying, including Dario Argento who used it as a location for some of his most iconic horror movies. The neighborhood is shrouded in mystery and has an unsettling aura, perhaps also due to the tragic story of its creator, Gino Coppedè, who died a suicide. Notwithstanding, it is still full of overwhelming emotions and should not go unnoticed.

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