Rome Apartments Historic CenterVia Giulia
This large apartment is on the 3rd floor (with elevator) of a restored 16th century building. It has about 130 sq.m with exposed wooden beams on the ceilings and period style roman floor. There is an entrance that leads to a large sunny living-room.
Rome Apartments Historic Center
Rome Apartments Historic Center
[ GIU2 ] Via Giulia

Via Giulia, is a 16th century fashionable street. The Pope Julius II commissioned Bramante to construct the first straight road leading directly to the Vatican with imposing elegant palaces, giving birth to Via Giulia. Farther along the street there is Palazzo Falconieri, Palazzo Sacchetti and the old church of San Eligio.
At your doorstep is Piazza Navona, Piazza Farnese, Campo de Fiori, Pantheon, Castel Sant’ Angelo and St. Peter (Vatican).

The apartment is on the third floor (with elevator) of a restored 16th century building.
It has about 130 sq.m and all the furnishings are comfortable and of good quality.
There is an entrance that leads to a large sunny living-room with two large windows providing natural day-light.
It is furnished with a comfortable double sofa-bed, an easy-chair and a dining area.
The interior is graced with exposed wooden beams on the ceilings.
The first bedroom has a queen size bed, a wardrobe and an en-suite full bathroom with shower tiled with white & gray ceramics.
The second bedroom has two twin beds and a wooden wardrobe.
This room has 3 tall windows which make it very bright.
The second bathroom has a shower-box and is tiled with white ceramics.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all necessary cooking supplies.
 

Amenities: telephone, internet wi-fi, TV, washing-machine (on ground floor for exclusive use of the apartment), hair-dryer, iron, iron board, stove/oven and air-conditioning.

Number of people 4+2  Stars 4 
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