This cozy and quiet apartment that will accommodate you for a stay in the eternal city, is located in Via delle Colonnelle, a few meters from the majestic Piazza del Pantheon, famous throughout the world.
The apartment, very bright, is located on the second floor of a recently restored old building. In house of 50 square meters you will find a comfortable and spacious living room with a table for four people and a sofa bed for two people; the master bedroom, sheltered and peaceful, will be the scene of your romantic evenings. To prepare meals, the small kitchenette is equipped with every appliance with microwave, kettle and all that you will need. Complete the apartment the bathroom with a comfortable shower. The location allows you to reach all the places, squares, monuments and churches that make Rome unique and to take advantage of all the services and connections that this city offers to tourists.
IMPORTANT: COMMUNICATE WITH ADVANCE THE ARRIVAL TIME TO ORGANIZE THE CHECK-IN. IN THE ABSENCE OF COMMUNICATION WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GUARANTEE A FAST CHECK-IN FOR THE DELIVERY OF THE KEYS, THE OPERATORS MAY BE EMPLOYED FOR OTHER APPOINTMENTS.
HOW TO ARRIVE: From Fiumicino airport you can easily take advantage of the rental car service that we can book on request or take a taxi at the exit and in about 40 minutes you will arrive in front of the house.
The other means (slower and more difficult) are: train and bus from the airport to Termini station + bus to get near the house. The arrival time in this case varies from 1 to 2 hours.
From the station: taxi or bus.
Check-In: h. 3:00 pm - h. 21:00
€ 30.00 h. 21:01 - h. 00:00
€ 70.00 h. 00:01 - h. 06:00
Check Out: h. 10:00
For an EARLY CHECK-IN or LATER CHECK-OUT you can use LUGGAGE DEPOSIT
very close to the apartment
- Via de 'Nari n. 10
- Via dell 'Arco della Ciambella n. 5
Dedicated to the worship of all gods (Pan-tutti, Theon-divinity), the Pantheon was built by Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 d. c. In 1870 he became shrine of the kings of Italy, and welcomes, the remains of Victor Emmanuel II, Umberto I and Margherita of Savoy. There is also buried the High Renaissance artist Raphael. These 'treasures' to be visited by frequent visits, especially by lovers of Italian history.