140 sqm of some of the most central space in historic Rome is never a bad way to start one’s holiday and it only gets better from there. Hop downstairs to some of the Eternal City’s most enchanting environments, like the visually splendid Piazza Navona and equidistant Campo de’Fiori, where you can stock your fridge/cupboard with fresh produce or your home with flowers 6 mornings a week at the farmer’s market.
The scene doesn’t stop at nightfall, instead turning to a meeting point, nightlife hub, and delightful place to discover some of Rome’s fine dining. If you’d like to experience the drinking/dining scene the locals flock to, simply step over the bridge to Trastevere and feast in true Roman decadence at comparatively can’t-be-beat prices while enjoying a taste of Rome’s multi-cultural “other side.” Don’t forget to take advantage of the proximity of the Pantheon or the fascinating history and flavor of the old Jewish ghetto, or take a stroll to the seat of Catholicism that is St. Peter’s Basilica! While the center is very easy to navigate on foot, it’s not the only option, with a variety of trams and buses to whisk you off in any direction you need to explore.
Teatro Pace blends just the right amount of antiquity with artistic modern touches and a functionally friendly, inviting charm that make this apartment a true find.
The wood beam ceiling adds a bit of rustic romance and character, along with the front door and other accents throughout the home that mesh magically with the vibe of contemporary cool that permeates throughout. Visual arts are not the only ones represented in the layout. Here is an apartment that takes self-catering to a new level with a fully equipped kitchen that invites those enraptured with culinary craft to create to their heart’s content.
Enjoy the convenience of plenty of counter space, a full-range stove, an oven, dishwasher, and even a microwave for lazy reheats. A dining room offers space to enjoy the fruits of your cooking labor or maybe aperitivo hour cocktails and snacks. Just off the dining room is a comfortably colorful living room with a double sofa bed* (see note) and a lofted double bedroom above. The other bedroom is also a double.
Teatro Pace accommodates up to 6 guests total and relieves some of the strain of traveling in groups by providing 2 bathrooms, one with a shower and the other with a relaxing jetted tub. This 3rd floor property has a lift in the building as well as necessities like a/c, internet, satellite tv, and a washer so you feel right at home in Rome, while the whole city lies at your fingertips.