- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:5
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- central heating
- double glazing
- integrated air conditioning (hot / cold)
- ironing equipment
- washing machine
- dvd/cd collection
2 bedrooms with air conditioning recently renovated, complitely furnished, in the heart of Rome in front musei vaticani. It consists of a spacious entrance hall, a living room with a double sofa bed (convertible) home theater dvd, two large bedr...
“Pantheon medium” is an apartment located at 200 mts from Pantheon in the heart of Rome’s historical center.
The building, complete in its original structure, has been maintained in perfect conditions.
It is just on Campo Marzio square where the antic Rome’s charme is untouched.
It is composed by:
• 1 nice entrance
• 2 double bedrooms
• 1 living room with a double sofa bed
• 2 complete bathrooms
• 1 complete kitchen equipped with everything you can need.
Most important square, streets of the city are at walking distance such as via del Corso the most caractheristic commercial area where the most important names of Italian design have their boutiques.
Charming apartment located in Via della Palombella at only 5 meters walking distance from the Pantheon and steps away from Piazza S. Eustacchio, famous for its famous high quality coffee, in the heart of the historic centre. The apartment is on the third floor of an historic building without elevator.
The apartment is composed by , a large double bedroom with a queen size bed, a bedroom with two beds and a bathroom, a living room with a sofa bed, a bathroom with shower and a completely equipped kitchen. It is furnished with washing machine, TV and independent heating system.
Perfect for couple. Original Roman experience.
The Pantheon (in Piazza della Rotonda) is one of the most impressive buildings in Rome. The building was originally dedicated as a temple to the twelve Olympian gods. It was built on the top of an earlier temple designed by Agrippa in 27 B.C. which was destroyed in 80 AD which was then rebuilt by Domitian but then burned and was destroyed again in 110 AD. In 127 AD Emperor Hadrian rebuilt it. The original rectangular temple, consisting of sixteen single granite columns became the porch for the newly devised dome structure. This is the first such dome structure known and it is probably the inspiration for every domed structure built in Rome.
One double room and shared bedroom in a 100m2 apartment, one with 4 beds, and one single where the a lives and is responsible for breakfasts and general cleaning.
This flat very close to San Pietro and his station which can be reached easily f...