This is a deluxe two-bedrooms apartment in the heart of the ‘Eternal City’. It can host up to 6 people by making use of the sofa-bed.
The apartment is located in Via Giulia, a quiet, picturesque yet sublimely elegant street which story begins in 1508, as an aspect of Julius' wide-reaching program for the renovation of Rome and the founding of an absolute monarchy in the Papal States, which would assume its rightful place among the European powers. His financial reforms had been undertaken from the first year of his pontificate, and to free the Papacy from its dependence on the great Roman families, he turned to Tuscan bankers outside the circuits either of the Orsini or the Colonna, notably to Agostino Chigi, recently of Siena. A part of Julius' overall plan was the reorganization of the medieval city of Rome, whose unrealized assets were becoming apparent as the renewed city grew in economic importance, recovering from the sleepy backwater it had become during the fourteenth century.
This two-bedrooms, 90 square metres (970 sq feet) apartment is comfortable, warm and elegantly furnished. It is divided into two levels, featuring large living-room, a mahogany loft and fine walnut wood ceiling typical of the houses of Via Giulia.
There is a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave oven as well as a washing machine. The two bedrooms are both un-suite.
Other amenities include:
Sofa-bed (for 2 people)
Free wi-fi and a PC
42" HD Television set
Heat and Air conditioning
Security doors, grilles and double glazed windows glass to ensure maximum security and privacy.
You will also find clean blankets, towels, soaps and other toiletries for up to 4 people.
We are looking forward to making the best of your stay in Rome.
Children under 10 years old FREE