A lane in the heart of Rome, Castel Sant’Angelo just a little more than 100 meters away, the street of antique dealers (via dei Coronari) within a stone’s throw, and St. Peter’s Basilica, Piazza Navona and Piazza Farnese within a few hundred meters. This is Antiqua, a 17th century residence that is ideal for a holiday in the old town centre of Rome.
When walking out the main door of Antiqua, you immediately find yourself in the midst of the fascinating atmosphere of papal Rome. Long narrow lanes bordered by aristocratic palazzos. Public establishments of all kinds: from old trattorias and elegant restaurants to sushi bars and old-fashioned cafés. And workshops that keep the most ancient crafts alive, passed down from father to son: marble cutters, leather goods dealers, goldsmiths and restorers. And just a little further down the road, on the other side of Viale del Lungotevere, is the golden Tiber River with the pier from which you can take a boat for a ride down the river.
Furnished with antique furniture, terra cotta floors and coffered ceilings, “Antiqua” consists of a large double or queen-size bedroom, one single bedroom and one double bedroom, one bathroom, an equipped kitchen (dishwasher, oven, refrigerator, espresso coffee machine), a living room with a sofa seating three people, and a spacious dining area. It can accommodate 5-6 guests.