Description

Refined in every small detail, this two bedroom apartment overlooks one of Rome's most important streets. With its original features recently restored to the owner's unique taste, from the open air kitchen and living room to the raw parquet, its bold colours and its natural woods present all around. You will be staying in one of the most characteristic streets of the historical center of Rome. Known to international tourism as the street of artists and art galleries, Via dei Coronari represents an axis of the city, identifying itself in the famous "via Recta" which used to connect the Via Lara with the Nerone bridge. Its name derives from the sellers of sacred objects that were stationed here to intercept pilgrims who went to St. Peter's. Not to be missed a visit: the house of Fiammetta Michaelis, the famous courtesan of Cesare Borgia and the home of Prospero Mochi.

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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

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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.

La piccola Lourdes

559.00

A short walk from via del Corso, immersed in the festive and chaotic atmosphere of the Roman center, an epigraph marks the entrance of an elegant and simple church: it is Santa Maria in Via, home to a miraculous freshwater spring. The legend tells of a miracle that occurred here in 1256. There is a chapel with an altar inside the building in the far right corner. On this stands an image of the Madonna del Pozzo. This is a symbol of the wooden tablet that the owners of the stable that is now the church saw floating in the water of their well. This is where the chapel was built and where to date the faithful continue to drink water, which is said to have miraculous properties. The journalist will explain what extremely rare organoleptic characteristics make this water so pure, without betraying the mystical and suggestive atmosphere of this little Lourdes in the heart of Rome.

A short walk from via del Corso, immersed in the festive and chaotic atmosphere of the Roman center, an epigraph marks the entrance of an elegant and simple church: it is Santa Maria in Via, home to a miraculous freshwater spring. The legend tells of a miracle that occurred here in 1256. There is a chapel with an altar inside the building in the far right corner. On this stands an image of the Madonna del Pozzo. This is a symbol of the wooden tablet that the owners of the stable that is now the church saw floating in the water of their well. This is where the chapel was built and where to date the faithful continue to drink water, which is said to have miraculous properties. The journalist will explain what extremely rare organoleptic characteristics make this water so pure, without betraying the mystical and suggestive atmosphere of this little Lourdes in the heart of Rome.

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.

One of the oldest Ghetto in the world

359.00

A city within the city, a journey within the journey through thousands of years of history. Located in the heart of the city the Jewish Ghetto boasts a community of sixteen thousand people. One of the most fascinating communities in the world thanks to its incredible mix of multiculturalism. Guided by members of the Jewish Community of Rome you will become immersed in the monuments that line its streets and alleys, participating in the still lively life of the community. You will learn its anecdotes, and travel beyond history. You will visit the Jewish Museum and the synagogues, and will taste the delicacies of the many restaurants and bakeries that populate the area.

A city within the city, a journey within the journey through thousands of years of history. Located in the heart of the city the Jewish Ghetto boasts a community of sixteen thousand people. One of the most fascinating communities in the world thanks to its incredible mix of multiculturalism. Guided by members of the Jewish Community of Rome you will become immersed in the monuments that line its streets and alleys, participating in the still lively life of the community. You will learn its anecdotes, and travel beyond history. You will visit the Jewish Museum and the synagogues, and will taste the delicacies of the many restaurants and bakeries that populate the area.

Castel Sant’Angelo

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Not far from the Vatican, on the right bank of the Tiber, stands the tomb willed by Emperor Hadrian. A long bridge adorned with angel sculptures leads to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which within its walls holds the nuances of the Eternal City’s past and present. It was also a fortress, a dark and terrible prison and a splendid Renaissance residence. A building that has changed its face and function, closely following the transformations of the city.

Not far from the Vatican, on the right bank of the Tiber, stands the tomb willed by Emperor Hadrian. A long bridge adorned with angel sculptures leads to the Castel Sant’Angelo, which within its walls holds the nuances of the Eternal City’s past and present. It was also a fortress, a dark and terrible prison and a splendid Renaissance residence. A building that has changed its face and function, closely following the transformations of the city.

Palazzo Valentini: multimedia

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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.

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.

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.

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