Roman Townhouse

City-Center Lodgings - Family Lodgings

Character: Upscale ethnic furnishings in an impeccable home with Blue Blood historic bones.
Advantages: In the heart of the Spanish Steps neighborhood, yet its cul-de-sac location makes it quiet and secluded.
Location: Four blocks from the Spanish Steps. Walk to everything except St. Peter's (reached by subway, about five minutes' walk away). Click here to see the map for Roman Townhouse.
Size: sleeps 4+1 people; gorgeous living room with loads of seating; separate fully-equipped kitchen; separate dining room; master bedroom with queen bed; studio with single bed; these two rooms share an en suite bathroom with bathtub and separate stall shower; bedroom with double bed; hall bathroom with bathtub.
Features: Independent air conditioning/heating, satellite TV, DVD, washing machine, dishwasher.
Minimum stay: Three nights (Low Season) or four nights (High Season).
Disadvantages: No elevator (40 steps up from the street).
Car needed: No!

Before you let the lack of an elevator discourage you from considering this apartment, we urge you to read on and find out what rewards await you at the top of those short 40 steps! Even before you cross the threshold, we guarantee you will have been enchanted by the quiet, ivy-shaded cul-de-sac street upon which the building fronts; just down the street from Piazza di Spagna and yet virtually unknown to tourists, it is one of Rome's most exclusive addresses shared by only a handful of neighbors. So, step inside, climb that easy flight of stairs, open your front door and step into your secret getaway.

On the right side of the foyer, a door leads to a spacious dining room, featuring a table for 6 as well as a love seat and cupboard for loads of dishes. From this room another door leads to the master bedroom, which faces a pedestrian alley and has a queen bed, desk, dresser, and en suite bathroom with tub and separate stall shower. This bathroom is shared in "Jack-and-Jill" fashion with a single bedroom that has more closets than even the world's worst vacation packer could ever use! A door from this room leads back to the foyer, where you round the corner to enter the stunning living room. Huge, sunny and inviting, this room has soaring casement ceilings, terracotta floors, two very tall windows, two full sofas and a flat-screen satellite TV. But its crowning glory is no doubt the brick wall that dates back hundreds of years and has been painstakingly restored to its original splendor.

Off one side of this room is the other suite, composed of a bathroom with tub and a bedroom with double bed (suitable for one adult, two small children, or newlyweds!).  Back through the dining room one comes to the separate eat-in kitchen, which combines an old-fashioned feel with the latest appliances, including a full fridge, gas range, oven, dishwasher and washing machine.


2016 Prices for the Apartment
Three-Night Minimum Stay
From 160-265 Euro/night

For this property:
Prices include: taxes, services, one change of linens, utilities, air conditioning and heating.
Not included in the price: 50 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.