Description

Surrounded by the sea, this beautiful villa stands on the top of the hill overlooking all of the Tuscan coast. The Villa has a private access to the sea, from a unique staircase carved from the rock. The swimming pool area is characterized by its unique views and a pergola with a dining table and a barbecue. This 500 sqm villa is composed of a main villa, a depandance and a service area.

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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 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.

At the Gay street with the first transgender politician

558.00

San Giovanni in Laterano, Colle Oppio and the whole area around the Colosseum. These are the coordinates for the LGBT+ community in Rome. Places to meet, places where debate and the exchange of opinion moves away from stereotypes and clichés. We will invite our travelers for coffee amongst the tables of the historic Coming Out bar. Vladimir Luxuria, the first transgender person elected to the European Parliament, will tell the story of this community.

San Giovanni in Laterano, Colle Oppio and the whole area around the Colosseum. These are the coordinates for the LGBT+ community in Rome. Places to meet, places where debate and the exchange of opinion moves away from stereotypes and clichés. We will invite our travelers for coffee amongst the tables of the historic Coming Out bar. Vladimir Luxuria, the first transgender person elected to the European Parliament, will tell the story of this community.

The Galleria Borghese

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Rome, art and the Papacy. An indissoluble relationship that is perfectly exemplified by the art collection amassed by Scipione Borghese, nephew of the newly elected Pope Paolo V Borghese in the early 17th century. Thus began the construction of the Villa Borghese, which would become the treasure chest to one of the world’s most important private art collections. Let yourself be overwhelmed by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and Canova in the Galleria Borghese, symbol of the Roman aristocracy.

Rome, art and the Papacy. An indissoluble relationship that is perfectly exemplified by the art collection amassed by Scipione Borghese, nephew of the newly elected Pope Paolo V Borghese in the early 17th century. Thus began the construction of the Villa Borghese, which would become the treasure chest to one of the world’s most important private art collections. Let yourself be overwhelmed by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and Canova in the Galleria Borghese, symbol of the Roman aristocracy.

The Grand Vittoriano Suite Selection

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 drapes anymore. But to the right of Michelangelo’s Christ, the door opens to the scale of the emperors and the temple of wisdom, filled with the rarest books in the world. A journey in the instant of a saber blow, crystalized in the weapons of the Academy but timeless, like the gaze of Innocent X of Velasquez and the waters of the Bath of Diana that awaits the next guest of the Doria Pamphilj Princes.


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 drapes anymore. But to the right of Michelangelo’s Christ, the door opens to the scale of the emperors and the temple of wisdom, filled with the rarest books in the world. A journey in the instant of a saber blow, crystalized in the weapons of the Academy but timeless, like the gaze of Innocent X of Velasquez and the waters of the Bath of Diana that awaits the next guest of the Doria Pamphilj Princes.


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.

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.

Andersen Museum

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Stepping out of the Piazza del Popolo - one of the city’s most popular squares, with its twin churches and the busy Via del Corso constantly swarming with people - few people notice this elegant and quiet cottage. This is where the Danish painter and sculptor Hendrik Christian Andersen spent the rest of his life after he moved to Rome, and where his works are still conserved today. One of our guides will lead you to discover the artist’s life. A testament to the cosmopolitan nature of Rome, which for centuries has given shelter to artists and intellectuals from all over the world. 

Stepping out of the Piazza del Popolo - one of the city’s most popular squares, with its twin churches and the busy Via del Corso constantly swarming with people - few people notice this elegant and quiet cottage. This is where the Danish painter and sculptor Hendrik Christian Andersen spent the rest of his life after he moved to Rome, and where his works are still conserved today. One of our guides will lead you to discover the artist’s life. A testament to the cosmopolitan nature of Rome, which for centuries has given shelter to artists and intellectuals from all over the world. 

Through the alleys in the heart of Rome

369.00

Your private guide will pick you up at home and take you for a walk through picturesque shortcuts to discover the mighty beauty of Piazza Venezia, the ancient charm of the Pantheon and the curious legend that surrounds the Tower of the Monkey and its everlit lantern. You will live the Dolce Vita in Piazza di Spagna and breathe in the arts and crafts of Via Margutta. You will see places that are symbolic of the Eternal City as well as visit the workshops of artisans and taste traditional delicacies at local groceries, ice creams parlors and cafés populated on a daily basis by the people of Rome.

Your private guide will pick you up at home and take you for a walk through picturesque shortcuts to discover the mighty beauty of Piazza Venezia, the ancient charm of the Pantheon and the curious legend that surrounds the Tower of the Monkey and its everlit lantern. You will live the Dolce Vita in Piazza di Spagna and breathe in the arts and crafts of Via Margutta. You will see places that are symbolic of the Eternal City as well as visit the workshops of artisans and taste traditional delicacies at local groceries, ice creams parlors and cafés populated on a daily basis by the people of Rome.

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