|Double beds (1 duvet):||2|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
You will find this inviting Pantheon house apartment on Via dell’Orso, near the Pantheon. You can access the apartment on the second floor of an elegant building that has a lift. Recent renovation has added Sicilian architectural details like the white majolica floors.
The spacious living room has a cozy sitting area with beige sofas. It also offers a coffee table, an antique mirror, a 32″ flat screen TV, an iPod dock station, a glass dining table with chairs, and a library. This is a great place to unwind after a long day of exploring the Eternal City!
Furthermore, all guests will have access to wireless Internet.
On the same floor, there is also a fully equipped kitchen. Here you can use the electrical stove, dish washer, refrigerator, oven and washing machine. Why not use this space to cook your own meals whilst here in Rome, thus enjoying your evenings in the comfort of your own home?
Next to the kitchen, you’ll find the master bedroom with a king size bed, an air conditioning unit, a night table, a closet and a lamp. The en suite bathroom has a shower.
Wooden stairs lead you to the upper level of this Pantheon house apartment, where there is the studio area. Here you will find a large glass table, a library, and a walk in closet.
At the end of the corridor, you’ll find the second bedroom with a king size bed. This bedroom also provides a closet, a mirror, night tables with lamps. In addition to this, guests can enjoy an air conditioning unit.
The en suite bathroom has a bathtub where you can relax after a long day of sightseeing in Rome.
Via dell’Orso is one of the most attractive streets of Rome’s historical center due to the annual antique exhibition. It lies within one of Rome’s most fashionable and elegant districts. It is moreover very close to some of the city’s most impressive attractions.
The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Piazza del Popolo are all easily reachable on foot. The Trevi Fountain is beautiful at day, however even more atmospheric at night. This is partly because the huge crowds will have thinned out considerably, but also because the fountain is lit up with magical illuminations that create a truly unique and unforgettable view of the majestic structure and its waters.
In addition to this, a single metro ride will take you just a block away from the Vatican City. Taking the metro the other way will take you to the central station, Termini.
From the latter, you can change metros in order to arrive at the Colosseum. Staying on board for just one stop more you can also get to the Circo Massimo. From here you can climb the Aventino Hill to get to the Giardino degli Aranci. This beautiful garden offers the shade of its lofty orange trees, as well as a stunning view over the River Tiber and Rome’s historical center.
After a long day of sightseeing, this area will provide with the perfect way to relax. Be it in one of the stylish bars, or refined restaurants, you will find no shortage of options of where to take in the day. For more relaxed alternatives, you can head West towards the Piazza Navona/Campo de’ Fiori area, which is very lively in the evenings.