Piazza Navona

In-Town Apartment - Historic Residence - Family Lodgings
     


Character: Historical apartment with nice furniture and big rooms, plus a private terrace.
Advantages: Perfect location near an outdoor market, loads of shops, restaurants and cafes, great terrace, English-speaking assistance.
Location: Three blocks from Piazza Navona, in the middle of the historic center. Walk to the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum, Trastevere and St. Peter's. Click here to see the map for Piazza Navona.
Size: Sleeps 2+1; entry with single sleep sofa, spacious living/dining room, large master bedroom with king-size bed, one bathroom with good stall shower, very large private terrace with table, chairs and sun umbrella. There are also two other apartments (for 3 and 2+2) just two blocks away.
Features: Independent air conditioning and heating, telephone, oven, toaster, American coffeemaker, hair dryer. An Internet key is available for 30 Euro/week (or shorter).
Minimum stay: Two nights.
Disadvantages: On the 1st floor with no elevator; no satellite TV.
Car needed: No.

Right at the very heart of Renaissance and Baroque Rome, this neighborhood is by far the most popular destination for vacationers. It seems that every winding street (some of which are no more than a block long!) is hopelessly picturesque, and every building (be it humble apartments or extravagant palaces) still looks as it did when it was first built. The crumbling paint on ancient façades and ramshackle street shrines elicits no criticism, but rather a longing to take more photographs. And just let a little kitten stray onto a balcony to sun itself between the potted geraniums, and you are liable to get a pedestrian traffic jam on the cobblestones below. Whether you wander through this tiny enclave by day or by night, it feels like you are strolling along the hallways of an outdoor private residence, yet turn one corner and you come face to face with the hopelessly ornate and rotund church of Santa Maria della Pace, or reach the end of another alley and you are suddenly standing in what many consider to be the most breathtaking square in all of Europe: Piazza Navona. If you are looking for broad thoroughfares lined with glittering skyscrapers, this is definitely not the place for you. But want to feel as though you've stepped through the Looking Glass into 16th-century Rome? Then we suggest you make this charming apartment your casa romana.

Up 17 steps from the street on the first floor, overlooking one of the most colorful outdoor food markets left in downtown Rome, and around the corner from a cluster of the most fashionable sidewalk cafes in town, the apartment measures 750 square meters and boasts a true rarity in vacation rentals: a 650-square-foot private terrace furnished with table, chairs, sun chairs and umbrella, and brightened by many flowering plants. True Romans find la terrazza to be a more important landmark than an ancient temple, and that may be partly because you can sit outside during the day almost any month of the year. The terrace is a few steps up from the large dining room, which also has a table and chairs. Just inside the front door is a large entry with a single sleep sofa; next is the small but efficient kitchen, featuring an oven, four burners, mini-fridge, kettle and toaster; then there is a large living/dining room. Completing the apartment is a big quiet bedroom with king-size bed, large mirror, wardrobe and two big windows overlooking the alley; and a bathroom with stall shower. Throughout, the floors are covered with the original terracotta, most of the tall ceilings still have the original wooden casements, and much of the furniture is antique, including the golden wall sconces. Adding a welcome 21st-century touch are independent heating, air conditioning, and telephone.

     

2016 Nightly Prices for the Apartment
Two-Night Minimum Stay in Low Season
Three-Night Minimum Stay in High Season
 

Low Season
Jan. 7-Feb. 29
Mar. 1-19
April 4 - Dec. 4
Dec. 10-21

High Season
Jan. 1-6
Mar. 30 - Apr. 3
Dec. 5-12
Dec. 22-31

Price for 2 People    
Nightly 183.00 EURO 211.00 EURO
Weekly 1239.00 EURO 1424.00 EURO
Price for 3 People    
Nightly 200.00 EURO 230.00 EURO
Weekly 1315.00 EURO 1518.00 EURO



For this property:
The price you pay is based on the maximum number of people who use the apartment at any one time during your stay, even if for only one night
Prices include:
taxes, services, one change of linens, and gas and electricity up to 1.50 Euro/day. If you use more than this, which is unlikely, you will pay the balance at checkout
Not included in the price: 50 Euro for final cleaning; 35 Euro if you arrive before 10am or between 7pm and 10pm on any day, 70 Euro if you arrive after 1am on any day,50 Euro if you arrive between 10pm and 1am on any day, 50 Euro if you arrive 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), 30 Euro if you arrive more than 60 minutes after your agreed upon arrival time

Children under 3 years old pay nothing.
A crib and/or highchair are available for 5 Euro/day and must be reserved at time of booking.
We regret that no animals are allowed.

If your group is larger than 2+1 people, only two blocks away is an apartment for 2+2, and also two blocks away is an apartment for 3.

Check-in: 3pm-7pm
Check-out: by 10am
Refundable security deposit: 250 Euro

Click here for information about shuttles to/from the apartment.

Click here for information about private transfers to the property.

As of January 1, 2011, a City Accommodation tax of 3.5 Euro/person/night will be charged when you check in (children under 10 years old excluded).

It is not possible to guarantee Internet access at any property, because the property does not generate the service, it merely provides access from a server. If the server experiences any kind of problem at all, the property regrets it cannot be responsible for any inconvenience caused by subsequent lack of service.