Piazza Navona Vistas

City Apartment - Family Lodgings

Character: Very elegant, sunny, and comfortable enough to stay for a long, long time.
Advantages: A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have your own front row seat overlooking a supreme European masterpiece whenever you want.
Location: Although you enter the building from another street, this apartment faces Piazza Navona. You really can walk to everything from here; perhaps the farthest monument is the Coliseum, a pleasant 30-minute stroll (or 20, once you learn the shortcut!). Click here to see the map for Piazza Navona Vistas.
Size: Sleeps 8; large living room with couches, armchairs, fireplace, dining area and three picture windows for the view, modern kitchen opening onto a private balcony, one queen bedroom with view shares a bathroom with a twin bedroom overlooking the piazza; there is also a master bedroom with king bed and en suite bathroom with tub, and a studio with good double sleep sofa.
Features: Elevator, central heating, partial air conditioning, Internet access, satellite TV in every bedroom, oven, full fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, hair dryer.
Minimum stay: Four nights.
Disadvantages: No.
Car needed: No.

If you are traveling to Rome with your family or with a group of friends, take a moment to consider this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to stay in a magnificent apartment within walking distance of everything (no mean feat in metropolitan Rome!) and overlooking what many people rate as the most beautiful town square in the world. Piazza Navona's origins date back to Imperial days, when it was sometimes flooded and used to stage full-fledged naval battles between real galleons. Its unique oval shape derives from those days, when it was actually an amphitheatre lined with stone bleachers rather than palaces. All of that changed in Rome's heyday, and the gorgeous aspect you see today took shape in the 17th century, when Bernini was called in to design his masterpiece fountain and Borromini was asked to design Sant'Agnese, one of the prettiest monumental churches ever built. All of this splendor is gathered within this one piazza, which sits right outside most of the windows in this sunny, rambling, aristocratic apartment that could be your Roman abode. If this isn't once-in-a-lifetime, we don't know what is!

The front door to your building is right across the street from the equally aesthetic headquarters for Italy's Senate; step through the huge front door and take the elevator up to the 2nd floor (Italian), then enter your own foyer and make your way down the hall to your big eat-in kitchen, which is furnished with full fridge, cooktop, oven, dishwasher, drawers and cabinets stocked with everything you'll need, and which opens onto a private covered balcony where you'll find the washing machine. Next comes the very large living room, with a couch and armchairs, a fireplace, a dining table, and three big windows overlooking the view. Down a second hall is the master suite, featuring a studio with good quality double sleep sofa, queen or twin bedroom accessed only through the studio, and en suite bathroom with stall shower. Across the hall are two bedrooms, one with queen bed and the other with two single beds or one king bed -- each of these overlooks Piazza Navona and shares a hall bathroom with tub. 


2016 Nightly Prices for the Apartment
(1-8 people)
Four-Night Minimum Stay
From 330-600 Euro

For this property:
Prices include: taxes, services, one change of linens, utilities, air conditioning and heating.
Not included in the price: 95 Euro for final cleaning; 30 Euros for check-in fee; 16 Euro if you arrive after 7 pm on any day, or any time on Sunday or on a holiday (in 2016, the holidays are Jan. 1, Jan. 6, March 27, March 28, April 20, April 21, April 25, May 1, June 2, June 29, Aug. 15, Nov. 1, Dec. 8, Dec. 24, Dec. 25, Dec. 26, and Dec. 31); or after midnight on any day

A crib is available for 50 Euro/week (or briefer) and must be reserved at time of booking.
We regret that no animals are allowed.

Check-in: noon-7pm
Check-out: by 11am
Refundable security deposit: your credit card details will be taken in case there are any damages when you leave the apartment

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As of January 1, 2011, a City Accommodation tax of 2 Euro/person/night will be charged when you check in.