Description

A couple's nest, located right near the Vittoriano and on one of the most famous streets of Rome. Comfortable, modern and perfect to enjoy Rome from a great location. Where will you be located? We are talking about one of the most important streets of Rome, overflowing with noble buildings and churches. Starting from Piazza Venezia, one after the other, the seventeenth-century Palazzo Bonaparte, the baroque Palazzo Salviati and the Palazzo Odescalchi. Just across from Via del Corso is the well-known Via dei Condotti: from here, strolling amongst high fashion boutiques, one reaches one of the most famous squares in the world, Piazza di Spagna. Look out for the national church of San Carlo al Corso, with the great dome of Pietro da Cortona, and for the church of San Giacomo in Augusta, with the annex of the XIV century hospital, closed 10 years ago. Palazzo Rondinini, on the other hand, is home to the New Chess Club, while Goethe's house is located at number 18. Finally, Piazza del Popolo, with the two churches of Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, and the Flaminio obelisk: the Porta del Popolo constituted the northern access to the city. CIR 5311

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Location

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

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.

Villa Torlonia with screenwriter

559.00

Villa Torlonia is an architectural jewel in full liberty style, and played a leading role in 20th century history. It was founded as an agricultural estate, and over the centuries became the property of some of the most important families in Rome. Even Benito Mussolini succumbed to its charm, so much that he moved his residence here. Its surprising and mysterious buildings - perfect to enchant children and adults (the Cascina delle Civette, the neoclassical Casino Nobile and the renaissance era Casino dei Principi, as well as Mussolini’s bunker) - will plunge you in a timeless atmosphere that has lived through the history of the city and its nation.

Villa Torlonia is an architectural jewel in full liberty style, and played a leading role in 20th century history. It was founded as an agricultural estate, and over the centuries became the property of some of the most important families in Rome. Even Benito Mussolini succumbed to its charm, so much that he moved his residence here. Its surprising and mysterious buildings - perfect to enchant children and adults (the Cascina delle Civette, the neoclassical Casino Nobile and the renaissance era Casino dei Principi, as well as Mussolini’s bunker) - will plunge you in a timeless atmosphere that has lived through the history of the city and its nation.

Basilica Santi Quattro Coronati

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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.

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.

Stone animals hidden in the heart of Rome

450.00

Do you have a desire to discover the secrets and symbols of the Eternal City? Are you curious to decipher the stone animals hidden throughout the city? We will guide you to discover the animal sculptures concealed in sophisticated palazzi and camouflaged in the streets and squares of the city, an adventure that will be fun for children and fascinating for adults. From the deer atop the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio, to the elephant that adorns the square in front of the Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, to the cat of Palazzo Grazioli up to the salamanders on the facade of the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi.

Do you have a desire to discover the secrets and symbols of the Eternal City? Are you curious to decipher the stone animals hidden throughout the city? We will guide you to discover the animal sculptures concealed in sophisticated palazzi and camouflaged in the streets and squares of the city, an adventure that will be fun for children and fascinating for adults. From the deer atop the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio, to the elephant that adorns the square in front of the Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva, to the cat of Palazzo Grazioli up to the salamanders on the facade of the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi.

Personal Shopper

150.00

Rome is without a doubt the paradise of designer shopping. Its beating heart rotates around the Piazza di Spagna and the streets that cross it, almost two kilometers of shops for all tastes in a spectacular historical and artistic setting. On Via Condotti you will find the major names of Italian fashion and more (Gucci, Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Armani, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, Tiffany, Cartier, Bulgari, Dior). Via del Babuino and Via Margutta are ideal destinations for art and antique lovers. Your shopping experience will achieve breathtaking heights in Piazza di Spagna, which is why Italian brands like Gucci, Bulgari and Valentino chose to locate their stores near the square. Many more great brands and boutiques in their own right also have shops here. Our Italian/American ambassador Alysa will give you access to Rome’s luxury brands. She will introduce you to less-known designers and boutiques, and help you shop Made in Italy. Clothing, accessories, home furniture, objects and crafts.

Rome is without a doubt the paradise of designer shopping. Its beating heart rotates around the Piazza di Spagna and the streets that cross it, almost two kilometers of shops for all tastes in a spectacular historical and artistic setting. On Via Condotti you will find the major names of Italian fashion and more (Gucci, Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Armani, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, Tiffany, Cartier, Bulgari, Dior). Via del Babuino and Via Margutta are ideal destinations for art and antique lovers. Your shopping experience will achieve breathtaking heights in Piazza di Spagna, which is why Italian brands like Gucci, Bulgari and Valentino chose to locate their stores near the square. Many more great brands and boutiques in their own right also have shops here. Our Italian/American ambassador Alysa will give you access to Rome’s luxury brands. She will introduce you to less-known designers and boutiques, and help you shop Made in Italy. Clothing, accessories, home furniture, objects and crafts.

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.

The Grand King's Road Selection

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Stucco Gallery and sundial, Palazzo Spada

Chapel of the Monte di Pietà

San Girolamo della Carità

Crypt of Santa Maria dell'Orazione and Death

Altana of Palazzo Falconieri

Oratory of Santa Caterina da Siena


The Renaissance is a straight line between two points . Julius II has the vision of a time that tells the story of man and of a road, which is to be born before any patriarchal palace. The Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, Via Giulia. A story in stone, in marble, in paintings. The stuccos of Palazzo Spada envelop us as they become giants in Borromini's Perspective Gallery, covering the truth of the cosmos in the painted sundial. The wing of the angel that opens, always for Virgilio Spada and brings us to a floor of flowers cut in marble, while a distant light announces the richest chapel in Rome. A hidden oratory, a shrine in which the faces of men and women become one. The past with the present above-ground, while, underground, skulls become chandeliers


Stucco Gallery and sundial, Palazzo Spada

Chapel of the Monte di Pietà

San Girolamo della Carità

Crypt of Santa Maria dell'Orazione and Death

Altana of Palazzo Falconieri

Oratory of Santa Caterina da Siena


The Renaissance is a straight line between two points . Julius II has the vision of a time that tells the story of man and of a road, which is to be born before any patriarchal palace. The Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, Via Giulia. A story in stone, in marble, in paintings. The stuccos of Palazzo Spada envelop us as they become giants in Borromini's Perspective Gallery, covering the truth of the cosmos in the painted sundial. The wing of the angel that opens, always for Virgilio Spada and brings us to a floor of flowers cut in marble, while a distant light announces the richest chapel in Rome. A hidden oratory, a shrine in which the faces of men and women become one. The past with the present above-ground, while, underground, skulls become chandeliers


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