Residenza La Torretta can accommodate up to 4 people and is located in one of the most renowned neighborhoods in Rome, the Aurelio district!
The area is full of shops, bars and restaurants and the apartment is only 350m from Villa Carpegna and 700m from Cornelia metro station, so you can go out on foot, by bus or by metro!
Residenza La Torretta is located on the first floor and is exposed to the south, so is very bright and has been recently refurbished to offer guests a refined ambience that makes them feel welcome!
The apartment is composed of:
- large living room with double sofa bed, dining table for 4 people, fireplace and air conditioning
- kitchen, fully equipped for preparing meals, with boiler, coffee machine and dishwasher, oven..
- bedroom with queen size bed (xxx cm), 2 bedside tables and large closet area
- bathroom with window, sink with large wall mirror, shower cabin and bidet
- Terrace furnished with dining table for 4 people and sun-ombrella
The apartment has a mezzanine structure with high ceilings (tot cm) that hosts bedroom and bathroom.
Residence La Torretta is equipped with all comforts: air conditioning, independent heating, parquet floors, Wi-fi, washing machine, dishwasher.
The mezzanine structure does not make the apartment suitable for people with reduced mobility. Within the service are sheets, towels, utensils, dishes and a small selection of breakfast items (tea, coffee, jam, biscuits, nutella ...).
Residenza La Torretta is a magical place, close not only to the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica, but also close to Gianicolo, one of the best places to watch the city from the top, have a cocktail under the stars and stroll in some of the most beautiful streets in Rome!
Via del Casale di San Pio V is a quiet street, no chaotic or noisy, but you have to walk just for few meters to see the life of the neighborhood. Simply leaving the house you will find all the necessary services: bars, restaurants, shops, supermarket and pharmacy.
THE DISTRICT: The Aurelio district takes its name from the same street, at the beginning an Etruscan area, then used as an area of cultivation, knows its development after 241 BC. It is famous for the many clay caves and furnaces that are remembered in local toponymy. As the years go by, the district expanded and, now a days, is considered one of the most beautiful and authentic district of Rome.
In this quiet neighborhood, day out you can shop or enjoy typical Roman cuisine, in the evening you can relax by strolling through its quiet streets or by having an aperitif in one of the many bars and clubs.