Distinguished history Located inside a building that dates from the 19th century (and was once connected by a secret tunnel to a Papal Palace), this home retains a noble air. Inside, the hallway leads straight to the sitting room – marble-floored, with a carved wooden ceiling embellished with gold leaf. Beyond its silk sofas and gilded bookshelves you’ll glimpse the adjoining dining room, which has an equally splendid ceiling, stained-glass windows and a table for four. A door here opens into the rather grand kitchen, off which there’s a little balcony. Back in the sitting room, you’ll find an office (with a toilet room) at the far end, and a hallway to the left. It leads first to the pink-and-gold third bedroom, which neighbours the ensuite second bedroom. Finally, to the other side, there’s the master bedroom, where an antique queen-size bed stretches beneath a glittering chandelier, and a door leads through to an ornate ensuite.
Dining table, dining chair
Basin, bath (fitted), bidet, jacuzzi bath, shower, toilet
Basin, bidet, shower, toilet
Coffee machine, dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), microwave, oven, refrigerator, d...
Ensuite, queen size bed, TV, air-conditioning
Ensuite, single bed, TV
Single bed, TV, Hanging rail
Meet & Greet
The fireplace in this home is ornamental.
There is an elevator in the home which goes from the second floor to the fifth. You'll have to climb a to reach the elevator and then down another staircase to reach home's front door.
The bathrooms in this home are only accessible through the master bedroom or the second bedroom.
One lovable dog lives at this home. He won't be around during your stay, but this home may not be suitable for people with allergies.
There is no wardrobe in the third bedroom so we will provide a hanging rail for storage.
All homes in Rome have a limit on the amount of power that can be used at one time (3 KW). Using too many appliances at the same time can cause a short-circuit.