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A cosy and warm one bedroom apartment for up to four people, with balcony, less than a minutes walk from the world famous Trevi Fountain in Rome.
If you are planning a short break with a group of friends or another couple to the “Eternal City”, then this intimate apartment is ideal for you. In a superb location, with the Trevi Fountain less than a minute away, so make sure to bring some small change to make a wish. The apartment itself has a very homely feel with exposed timber beams, a beautiful floor, plenty of natural light and a bright fresh colour scheme. The living area combines with an open-plan kitchen and contains a comfortable double sofa-bed, a smart coffee table, a small table for two and a fully equipped kitchen with everything required to cook a perfect dish, such as a hob and a microwave. The bedroom has a large comfortable double bed and plenty of closet space for all your travel accessories. The bathroom has been completely remodelled and is state of the art with a toilet, a heated towel rack and a spacious shower. Amenities include a washing machine, an iron and board, a hairdryer, linen, towels, an elevator, air-conditioning and a hi-speed Internet connection. In a superb location and with excellent facilities, this is the perfect base for you to enjoy Rome.
Please note check in fee up to € 45 will be applied on Bank Holiday such as Christmas, Easter, New Year’s Eve and other local and international bank holiday days.
If you are visiting Rome and want to see as many of the sights as possible then this is the place for you. Within a five to fifteen-minute walk there are attractions such as the Trevi Fountain. The tradition is that visitors should throw a coin into the fountain to ensure a return to Rome in the future. Just a few hundred metres from the Trevi fountain are the Spanish Steps, the widest steps in Europe and one of the city’s most famous attractions. The view from both the top and bottom of the steps is fantastic the area should be visited for its amazing architecture and wide range of shops and cafes. The area is packed with restaurants, cafes, trattorias, boutiques and is home to Italian fashion on the Via Condotti or Via del Corso to name just a few. You are only a ten-minute walk to the magnificent Piazza Popolo that dates back almost two thousand years. Many of the city’s famous sights can be reached on foot in around 15 minutes (Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori or Pantheon). There are numerous buses in the area and the nearest metro stations are Flaminio, Barberini or Spagna.