This wonderful two-story apartment sitting on the famous Spanish Steps enchants discerning travelers'! Located in the historical center of Rome surrounded by the best restaurants and shops with most attractions just a few minutes away. It is the best location possible to get the most out your trip. It sleeps up to four people.
It is situated at the first floor of an historical building (XVII century) yet without elevator with one easy flight of stairs to climb. It is very quiet and pleasant with a romantic terrace nicely equipped for al fresco dining. From the terrace a marble staircase leads you to a glass bench directly adjacent the Spanish Steps.
The main floor Consists of a spacious living room with flat screen tv and two comfortable sofas sitting six, the annexed dining room also sitting six, an eat-in fully equipped kitchen.
Also the master bedroom is on the main floor and has a queen bed (160x200), lots of closet space, en-suite bathroom with bathtub, sink, toilet and bidet.
The Junior bedroom is on the second floor and has a double bed (140x200), a closet, a drawing table and a French window opening to the terrace.
The second bathroom is located off the living room and has shower, sink, toilet and bidet.
The apartment was recently Entirely renovated with utmost attention to details: polished hardwood floors in all the apartment, brand new bathrooms beautifully tiled, wall decorations etc. The furniture is a nice mix of antique and modern.
The property is well equipped (high quality remotely controlled AC in every room, free fast internet 24/7, washing machine / dryer, dishwasher, satellite dish, American coffee percolator, coffee pots, iron, iron board, fine linens and towels, shoe cleaning set, first aid kit, 2000 watt hair dryer, liquor cart etc ..).
Please note there is Euro 100 cleaning and utility fee to be paid cash upon arrival.
Public transportation by bus or metro is just seconds away.
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, Coliseum but Also the Following interesting sites:
The Spanish Steps (Italian: Staircase of the Trinita dei Monti) are a set of steps in Rome, Italy, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti, dominated by theTrinità dei Monti church at the top. The Scalinata is the widest staircase in Europe. 
Being on the Spanish Steps, the apartment is located literally next door to:
The Keats-Shelley Memorial House is a museum in Rome, Italy, commemorating the Romantic poets John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley. The museum houses one of the world's most extensive collections of memorabilia, letters, manuscripts, and paintings Relating to Keats and Shelley, as well as Byron, Wordsworth, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Oscar Wilde, and others.
The Giorgio De Chirico House (House Museum of Giorgio de Chirico) is a house museum in the 16th century Palace of the Burgundians at the Spanish Steps in Rome 31. The house was acquired by Giorgio de Chirico in 1948. It was left to the state by His widow and opened as a museum in 1998. Only open by appointment, it is closed on Mondays and Sundays. The nearest Metro stop is Spain.
Fountain of the Four Rivers (Inglese: Fountain of the Old Boat) is a Baroque fresh-water fountain in the Piazza di Spagna in Rome, Italy, just below the Spanish Steps. It is so named Because it is in the shape of a half-sunken ship with water overflowing its bows. The fountain was commissioned by Pope Urban VIII and was completed in 1627 by Pietro Bernini and his son Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Babington's tea room is a traditional Inglese tea shop at the foot of the Spanish Steps in the Piazza di Spagna in Rome, Italy. Babington's Tea Room (1893).
A few minutes away are:
Villa Borghese is a large  landscape garden in the naturalistic Inglese manner in Rome, containing a number of buildings, museums (see Galleria Borghese) and attractions. It is the second largest public park in Rome (80 hectares or 148 acres) after That of the Villa Doria Pamphili.
The Villa Medici is a mannerist  villa and an architectural complex with a garden contiguous with the largerBorghese gardens, on the Pincian Hill next to the Spanish Steps in Rome, Italy.
The Ancient Greek coffee (sometimes simply Referred to as Greek coffee) is an historic landmark café Which opened in 1760 on 86, Via dei Condotti in Rome, Italy. It is perhaps the best known and oldest bar in Rome and Italy only Within the Cafe Florian in Venice (established in 1720) is older.
Via Condotti is a center of fashion shopping in Rome, dating to the atelier of Bulgari Which opened in 1905. In Additions to Valentino, other designers such as Armani, Hermès, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Salvatore Ferragamo have stores on Via Condotti.   Others, such as Laura Biagiotti, have Their offices there.
Via Veneto is one of the most famous and expensive streets in Rome, Italy. The official name is via Vittorio Veneto, after the Battle of Vittorio Veneto. Federico Fellini's classic 1960 film La Dolce Vita was mostly centered around the Via Veneto area.
The Trevi Fountain is a fountain in the Trevi district in Rome, Italy. 26. standing 3 meters (86 ft) high and 15 meters 49. (161. 3 ft) wide,  it is the largestBaroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world.
The Campidoglio is the city hall, located on Capitoline Hill. One of Rome's most elegant squares, it was designed by Michaelangelo and features some of the city's primary classical sculpture and museums. The best overivew of the Roman Forum can be seen from behind the Palazzo Senatorio.
Upscale boutiques, cafes and restaurants in the surrounding streets
Rome's main international airport:
Leonardo da Vinci / Fiumicino International Airport - Rome's main airport is modern, large, rather efficient, and well connected to the center of the city by public transportation. However, late-night arrivals may limit you to an irregular bus into town the unless you can afford a taxi.
From Leonardo da Vinci / Fiumicino airport, there are two train lines to get you into Rome:
Leonardo Express trains: with trains departing every 30 minutes non-stop Leonardo Express train service takes you - every day of the year - from Leonardo da Vinci Airport to the center of Rome in only half an hour. The train arrives and departs from platforms 23/24 at Termini Station, and is guaranteed year around, even in the event of strikes.
• the cost of one way ticket is 14 € per person
• The ticket will expire 90 minutes after validation.
If you come by train you will arrive at "Termini" central station. From there take the subway going to "Battistini" and get off at "Spagna". You will step out of the subway into the Spanish Steps!