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Modern, elegant and design suite for two in the heart of Rome, just a few steps away from all main points of interests. 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 6641

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Amenities

  • Elevator in Building
  • 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

    Trekking in Villa Ada

    372.00

    Right in the heart of the city, Villa Ada is Rome’s second largest public park. As fascinating as it is surprising, between archaeological ruins and history both ancient and recent, with its luscious vegetation and thriving animal population, this green lung is the ideal location for regenerating walks. Across woods and paths, we will take travelers among the ruins of ancient civilizations as well as the evidence of a less remote path, such as the bunker used by the Savoia family during the Second World War, or a collection of mysterious tombs. Hidden between clearing and chasms, and isolated from satellite signal, if you are fortunate you may also meet the man who lives in the trees.

    Right in the heart of the city, Villa Ada is Rome’s second largest public park. As fascinating as it is surprising, between archaeological ruins and history both ancient and recent, with its luscious vegetation and thriving animal population, this green lung is the ideal location for regenerating walks. Across woods and paths, we will take travelers among the ruins of ancient civilizations as well as the evidence of a less remote path, such as the bunker used by the Savoia family during the Second World War, or a collection of mysterious tombs. Hidden between clearing and chasms, and isolated from satellite signal, if you are fortunate you may also meet the man who lives in the trees.

    The Grand Palace - Close to home selection by the Master of the keys

    252.00

    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.





    Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

    427.00

    Gilded interiors, sumptuous furniture and capital works of art on the walls tell an extraordinary story of aristocracy, politics and unions between some of the greatest Italian noble families: Della Rovere, Aldobrandini, Pamphilj, Doria. Walk through the same corridors as some of the characters that have shaped Italian history, breathe in the same atmosphere, all the while being observed by the protagonists of the priceless works of art hanging on the walls: from Caravaggio, Titian and Raphael to the Flemish Masters of the Baroque period. 

    Gilded interiors, sumptuous furniture and capital works of art on the walls tell an extraordinary story of aristocracy, politics and unions between some of the greatest Italian noble families: Della Rovere, Aldobrandini, Pamphilj, Doria. Walk through the same corridors as some of the characters that have shaped Italian history, breathe in the same atmosphere, all the while being observed by the protagonists of the priceless works of art hanging on the walls: from Caravaggio, Titian and Raphael to the Flemish Masters of the Baroque period. 

    The Grand Penthouse - Close to home by the Master of the keys

    178.00

    Musumeci Greco Academy

    Santa Maria sopra Minerva 

    Casanatense Library

    Sant'Ignazio in Campo Marzio

    Kircherian Museum

    Palazzo Doria Pamphilj


    The truth is unique. A single moment, in which the only meaning of the world can be grasped. We move from the marble circle at the center of the perspective of Andrea Pozzo to Sant'Ignazio, and everything collapses. The door of Santa Maria sopra Minerva closes, and no wind will shake Bernini's stone drap. 



    Musumeci Greco Academy

    Santa Maria sopra Minerva 

    Casanatense Library

    Sant'Ignazio in Campo Marzio

    Kircherian Museum

    Palazzo Doria Pamphilj


    The truth is unique. A single moment, in which the only meaning of the world can be grasped. We move from the marble circle at the center of the perspective of Andrea Pozzo to Sant'Ignazio, and everything collapses. The door of Santa Maria sopra Minerva closes, and no wind will shake Bernini's stone drap. 



    With a special pass at Pope's pharmacy

    550.00

    One step at a time, imagine you are ascending to the first floor of an ancient convent. There, at the end of the staircase, amid ancient bottles, vials and potions, a marvelous blend of ancient knowledge, alchemical belief and religion will be waiting for you. It is the Antica Farmacia di Santa Maria della Scala, inside the eponymous church in Trastevere, in the convent of the Barefoot Carmelite Friars. It was founded in the second half of the 16th century and opened to the public in the 17th century, and became a medical point of reference for cardinals, princes and the papal physicians, so much so that it became known as the Pharmacy of Popes.

    One step at a time, imagine you are ascending to the first floor of an ancient convent. There, at the end of the staircase, amid ancient bottles, vials and potions, a marvelous blend of ancient knowledge, alchemical belief and religion will be waiting for you. It is the Antica Farmacia di Santa Maria della Scala, inside the eponymous church in Trastevere, in the convent of the Barefoot Carmelite Friars. It was founded in the second half of the 16th century and opened to the public in the 17th century, and became a medical point of reference for cardinals, princes and the papal physicians, so much so that it became known as the Pharmacy of Popes.

    Contemporary art with the art curator

    745.00

    Taste the most important Italian champagnes and numerous local delicacies in a suggestive and exciting setting. A sensory experience immersed in works of art hosted by the futuristic Howtan Space gallery that for the occasion will remain closed to the public. Enjoy the Hlab lounge bar, stocked with a collection of bottles that Dom Pérignon dedicated to Andy Warhol and which were also exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and the thrill of this unrepeatable moment.

    Taste the most important Italian champagnes and numerous local delicacies in a suggestive and exciting setting. A sensory experience immersed in works of art hosted by the futuristic Howtan Space gallery that for the occasion will remain closed to the public. Enjoy the Hlab lounge bar, stocked with a collection of bottles that Dom Pérignon dedicated to Andy Warhol and which were also exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and the thrill of this unrepeatable moment.

    The subterranean Caelian

    450.00

    The Caelian Hill. The Colosseum stands at its base, and its streets and squares are rich with history and monuments, as is its underground belly. Here you can admire one off the oldest paleochristian churches in Italy, dedicated to the first martyr. Our guide will lead you to the Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo and the Arch of Dolabella, probably built over the gates of the Servian Wall, to the Temple of Claudius, defiled by his wife Agrippina, and the Church of Saints John and Paul. Here you can descend underground to discover the remains of what probably were the homes of these two Christian martyrs. 

    The Caelian Hill. The Colosseum stands at its base, and its streets and squares are rich with history and monuments, as is its underground belly. Here you can admire one off the oldest paleochristian churches in Italy, dedicated to the first martyr. Our guide will lead you to the Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo and the Arch of Dolabella, probably built over the gates of the Servian Wall, to the Temple of Claudius, defiled by his wife Agrippina, and the Church of Saints John and Paul. Here you can descend underground to discover the remains of what probably were the homes of these two Christian martyrs. 

    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 the 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 the 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.

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