Ancient Rome Apartment - In the heart of Rome

Koko condohuoneisto (condo), jonka majoittaja on Valeria

  1. 9 vierasta
  2. 3 makuuhuonetta
  3. 6 vuodetta
  4. 2 kylpyhuonetta
Koko kohde
Koko condohuoneisto on omassa käytössäsi.
Tehostettu siivous
Tämä majoittaja sitoutui Airbnb:n 5-vaiheiseen tehostetun siivouksen ohjelmaan.
Itsepalvelusisäänkirjautuminen.
Kirjaudu sisään avainlaatikon avulla.
Lemmikkieläimet sallittu
Vieraat etsivät usein tätä suosittua mukavuutta
Ancient Rome Apartment is a structure born in 2021 in the S. Maria Maggiore district of Rome. This elegant apartment is located on the third floor, reachable by elevator, of a historic building. If you want to spend a pleasant stay in Rome, in refined and clean rooms, and with a staff that takes care of your every need, then Ancient Rome Apartment is right for you. We expect you many !

Tila
The apartment consists of 3 bright rooms that combine a classic and modern style. Each of these rooms has a soft set of towels, courtesy set for body and hair, and hair dryer. In addition, in each room you can find flat screen TV and air conditioning. One of the rooms has an en suite bathroom. You will also find a kitchen with fridge, stove, coffee maker, and all the comforts to be able to cook.

Kohteen tarjoamat mukavuudet

Näkymä sisäpihalle
Keittiö
WiFi
Alueella maksuton pysäköinti
Lemmikkieläimet sallittu
HDTV ja tavallinen kaapeli
Hissi
Ilmastointi
Matkatavaroiden jättäminen sallittu
Vauvansänky

Valitse sisäänkirjautumispäivä

Lisää matkustuspäiväsi nähdäksesi tarkan hinnan
Sisäänkirjautuminen
Lisää päivämäärä
Uloskirjautuminen
Lisää päivämäärä

1 arvostelu

Täällä majoitut

Rooma, Lazio, Italia

Cosmopolitan soul of the capital, the Esquiline extends over the highest of the ancient seven hills of Rome. It is one of the "gates" of entry for those arriving in the city: here, in fact, is the modern Termini Station, the largest Italian railway station.
The elegant Umbertine architecture of the late 1800s characterizes the face of the neighborhood, which develops around the vast Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, framed by monumental buildings with arcades, designed by the architect Gaetano Koch. In the center, there are the enchanting Nicola Calipari gardens, inaugurated in 1888, the green heart of the district. It is one of the most pleasant places to spend a day of relaxation: you can sit lazily in the sun among exotic plants, admire the water games of the fountains and the remains of the monumental "Mario's Trophies" from the Roman era or discover the legend behind the magic door, what remains of the seventeenth-century Villa Palombara.
Do not miss a visit to splendid churches and basilicas, sometimes linked to ancient legends and fascinating events. Among these, we remember Santa Maria Maggiore, built in August 352 AD. following the snow miracle; Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, where the relics of the Cross are kept; the Pontifical Sanctuary of the Scala Santa, with the 28 steps that Jesus climbed on the day of his death sentence, and Santa Bibiana, the first architectural work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

For art lovers, the neighborhood offers a perfect combination of ancient and modern: from the most important archaeological collection in the world of Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, home to the National Roman Museum, to Palazzo Merulana, dedicated to the Italian twentieth century and the contemporary. Walking along its streets you will discover the nineteenth-century Roman Aquarium, today the House of Architecture - where you can admire a section of the ancient Servian Walls and Porta Maggiore, where the tomb of Marco Virgilio Eurisace is located.
Here you can capture the ethnic essence of Rome. Among colors, scents and flavors from all over the world, you are spoiled for choice: you can get lost in the immense covered local market, go shopping in the shops among spices, silver and curiosities, or savor the traditional or exotic specialties of many bakeries, restaurants, bistros and fast food restaurants in the area, perhaps after a show in the historic Ambra Jovinelli and Brancaccio theaters.

We discover the first district of the city, Monti, originally built on Esquilino, Viminale and part of the Quirinale. It is a cross-section of ancient Rome, which included the Suburra, the popular “sub urbe” district under the city, or rather the primitive patrician settlement on the Palatine Hill.
A bohemian and lively neighborhood, it is characterized by a maze of quaint streets, restaurants, wine bars, art galleries and vintage shops. Today, it is one of the favorite areas of Romans and tourists for its trendy and creative atmosphere and is a reference point of the Capitoline nightlife.

The district hosts some of the most important monuments, archaeological sites and places of art in Rome: the House of the Knights of Rhodes, the Forum of Augustus, the Trajan's Column, the Archaeological Area of ​​the Imperial Forums, the Domus Aurea of ​​Nero, the Ludus Magnus, the largest of the gladiatorial gyms in Rome, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the Palazzo della Banca d'Italia - Palazzo Koch and the Palazzo del Viminale, seat of the Ministry of the Interior.
Along the streets and squares of the district there are some important religious buildings: San Giovanni in Laterano, the cathedral of Rome; San Pietro in Vincoli, with Michelangelo's Moses; the baroque churches of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, the work of Borromini, and Sant’Andrea al Quirinale, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini; the ancient basilica of Santa Prassede; Santo Stefano Rotondo, the oldest church with a circular plan in Rome; San Clemente, built on Roman buildings of the imperial age and a Mithraeum.
There is no shortage of green spaces to enjoy a pleasant walk or a relaxing break: Villa Aldobrandini, a spectacular hanging garden overlooking the Trajan's Markets, the first museum of ancient architecture, the church of Sant'Agata dei Goti and the Torre delle Milizie - which, together with that of the Grillo, was one of the military towers of the city, or the Colle Oppio Park, a real “archaeological garden” from which you can admire magnificent views of the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill.

Majoittaja: Valeria

  1. Liittyi elokuu 2021
  • 1 arvostelu
  • Henkilöllisyys vahvistettu
Ciao Sono Valeria, appartengo allo Staff di Ancient Rome Apartment. Sono sempre a disposizione dei miei ospiti e sono tutti i benvenuti.
  • Kielet: English, Français, Italiano, Español
  • Vastausprosentti: 100 %
  • Vastausaika: tunnin kuluessa
Maksusi turvaamiseksi älä koskaan lähetä rahaa äläkä viesti Airbnb-sivuston tai -sovelluksen ulkopuolella.

Huomioitavia asioita

Talon säännöt

Sisäänkirjautuminen: Joustava
Uloskirjautuminen: 10.00
Itsepalvelusisäänkirjautumisen vaihtoehdot: avainlaatikko
Tupakointi kielletty
Ei juhlia eikä tapahtumia
Lemmikkieläimet ovat sallittuja

Terveys ja turvallisuus

Sitoutunut Airbnb:n tehostetun siivouksen ohjelmaan. Näytä lisää
Airbnb:n fyysisen etäisyyden pitämistä ja muut COVID-19:ää koskevat ohjeet ovat voimassa
Häkävaroitin
Palovaroitin
Vuokravakuus – jos vahingoitat kohdetta, sinulta voidaa veloittaa korkeintaan 150€

Peruutusehto

Tutustu muihin vaihtoehtoihin kaupungissa Roma ja sen ympäristössä

Lisää majapaikkoja kaupungissa Roma: