Roma Vistas

In-Town Apartment - Romantic Lodgings
   

If there are more than 3 people in your party, click here for a building with several apartments nearby.
There is plenty of room for everyone in your group to enjoy these terraces!


Character: Spacious and beautifully appointed top-floor apartment with two huge covered terraces.
Advantages: Fabulous location, elegant furnishings, huge terraces and endless views!
Location: One block from Piazza Navona, on a quiet pedestrian street lined with antique dealers. The Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and St. Peter's are all within easy walking distance. Click here to see the map for Roma Vistas.
Size: sleeps 3; elegant living room, dining room and fully-equipped kitchen all opening onto one covered terrace; master bedroom with queen bed and huge picture window; single bedroom with en suite half-bath; hall bathroom with bathtub; second covered terrace upstairs; both terraces are furnished with tables and chairs.
Features: Elevator, satellite TV, wireless Internet, washing machine, dishwasher.
Minimum stay: Two nights.
Disadvantages: No air conditioning (but the many French doors and windows provide excellent cross-breezes even on the hottest days).
Car needed: No.

The location of this dream-come-true apartment is two blocks from Piazza Navona, high above a centuries-old lane lined with some of Europe's most elegant antique shops. The paint crumbles on many ancient façades, but this only makes them more picturesque. Whether you wander through this tiny enclave by day or by night, it feels like you are strolling along the hallways of a cozy private residence, yet turn one corner and you are suddenly standing in what many consider to be Europe's most breathtaking square. Want to feel as though you've stepped through the Looking Glass into 16th-century Rome? Then we suggest you make this rooftop aerie your casa romana.

As we have stated elsewhere, the thing any true Roman desires most of all is a home with a terrace. So imagine what the unknowing passersby below would think if they could see the TWO gigantic covered terraces gracing this elegant apartment! The larger one runs the entire width of the building: half of it is furnished with table and chairs and is accessed from the kitchen and dining room; the other half is an extension of the living room and is furnished with sofa and armchairs. A spiral staircase leads up to a second, even larger covered terrace with a round table and chairs, just perfect for watching the warm Roman sun sink behind the Renaissance buildings as you sip your pre-dinner aperitif. From late March right through to November, these magnificent outdoor spaces will add an unforgettable dimension to your vacation.

In case you're wondering, this apartment is just as spectacular inside as out. Totally renovated in 2008, it has gorgeous dark wood floors and warm-colored walls, tall arched ceilings, crown moldings and large French doors throughout. The premium-quality furnishings are accented by Oriental antiques, exotic handicrafts and framed prints. Take the elevator to the fourth floor, step into this tranquil oasis and prepare to enjoy a truly relaxing holiday. Beyond the spacious entry is the living room, where you can lounge on the two Chinese-red sofas and watch satellite TV. Next door is the elegant dining room, followed by the fully equipped kitchen, which is brand new and has loads of storage space, an oven, four gas burners, full fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. All three of these rooms have ceiling fans and open onto the terrace. We visited this apartment on a sweltering August day, but the gentle breezes from the terrace kept all the rooms delightfully cool.

Around the corner from the kitchen is a hallway leading to the sleeping quarters. First there's a small bedroom with a very good single bed, a desk where you can check your email via wireless, loads of closet space, and an en suite half-bathroom. Next door, off the hall, is a very large marble bathroom, which has a tub. At the end of the hall is the master bedroom, which features a queen bed, big walk-in closet, dresser, wardrobe, and best of all, a large picture window overlooking the rooftops of Rome. You'll wake up to the sight of birds wheeling above the Palace of Justice, and before you doze off at night, you'll see the lights glittering on the other terraces that grace the Roman skyline. Sogni d'oro! Sweet dreams in Rome!

   

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
Apr. 4 - Dec. 4
Dec. 10-21
High Season
Jan. 1-6
Mar. 30 - Apr. 3
Dec. 5-12
Dec. 22-31
Nightly 247.00 EURO 290.00 EURO
Weekly 1505.00 EURO 1746.00 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. Also included is wood for the fireplace. Because of local safety laws it may not be possible to use the fireplace during your stay, and we apologize for this if it should occur
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 2 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.

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

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

Click here for information about private transfers to the property.

As of January 1, 2011, a City Accommodation tax of 3.50 Euro/person/night will be charged when you check in (children under 10 years old excluded).

Please note that 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.