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Beautiful holiday apartment to rent in Rome
This unusual apartment is situated in one of the world’s most fascinating cities – Rome. From its two balconies on the sixth floor of a new apartment building, it offers a beautiful panorama of the Eternal City and its second-largest church, Saint Paul’s Basilica. The eclectic décor makes an immediate impression, combining choice Asian-Oriental furniture and accessories. The colour scheme focuses on warm materials such as parquet flooring and golds, creams, beiges and browns. Together, they create an unpretentious modern elegance with almost meditative character. This “unicolour” line is only interrupted in the bathroom, with its modern mosaic style and elegantly simple fittings; in the mocha-coloured kitchen, a colourful painting reminiscent of Botero’s vital figures adds a flash of contrasting colours. The Ostiense area where the apartment is situated is a lively with plenty of little bars and restaurants ideal for unwinding. But anyone who prefers to go further afield and explore or rediscover the history of Rome has fast access to transport options only minutes away (bus, underground, taxi).6th Floor: 60 sq metres, kitchen/living room, 1 bedroom with 120 cm bed (French bed) and en-suite bathroom, study with 120cm bed (French bed), 1 bathroom with shower, 2 balconies.
   Property Type: Apartment
Property Code: 2144
Country: Italy
  Region: Latium
  Area: Rome
   Location : Rome
  Airport : Distance: 35 km
Railway Station: Distance: 10 km
Beach : Distance : 40 km
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Contact Us: ARTeUTILe Ltd
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Beds / Bath
Sleeps :4
Double Beds :2
Bedrooms :2
Bathrooms :2
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Double bedroom with TV

Bathroom with shower and tub

Equipped Kitchen

living area


elegant vacation apartment in Rome

En-suite bathroom for double bedroom

dining and kitchen area

View of St Paul's Basilica

View from sixth floor apartment

The price includes: water,gas and electricity consumption- Final cleaning, bed linen and towels, weekly tidy up. Welcome hamper for breakfast. Extra services on request: Shopping service- €20 + shopping costs, maid services €12 per hour.

Description of the Area
“Caput Mundi” – the capital of the world – was the name the ancient writers and philosophers gave to this city. Cicero, Horace, Ovid und Vergil – all of them praised Rome for its glory and its greatness. And the spirit of ancient Rome is alive today. Italy’s capital is now the absolute dream destination for tourists from around the world, attracting an estimated 26 million visitors a year as what must be the world’s most photographed city. There is hardly any city as incredibly rich in sights as Rome. There is no escaping falling in love with the city – this huge al fresco treasure trove of cultural history, where almost 3000 years come alive on the streets and squares, as if on a marvellous journey through time. Key historical monuments such as the Coliseum (72-80 AD) have stood the test of time. This majestic arena from the age of the Roman Empire housed up to 70,000 people to watch the famous gladiator battles and other entertainment. The second-century Pantheon is the best-preserved example of Roman architecture, one of the most important pieces of cultural and architectural history. Or the marble Trevi Fountain (18th century), where many superstitious tourists throw a coin into the water so that fate will bring them back to the eternal city. The Forum Romanum (built 46 BC to 113 AD), with its ruins of colossal temples and squares, gives a vague idea of the power of the Roman Empire and its rulers. The remains of the Domus Aurea, Nero’s magnificent residence built in the year 62 AD, are particularly impressive through their sheer size, approximately equal to 80 football fields. In the heart of Rome, bordered by the Leonine Wall and Saint Peter’s Square, is Vatican City. This sovereign state not only houses the pope’s residence and offices, but also art treasures of inestimable value: the unique collections of the Vatican Museums for example, or the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s famed frescos. Regardless of its great history, today’s Rome is very much up to date with architectural developments. The best examples are buildings such as the brand new auditorium of the Parco della Musica, designed by Renzo Piano, or the glass hall of the Museo dell’Ara Pacis, dreamt up by the Jewish-American architect Richard Meier. Not to forget the Romans’ extremely lively social life: Rome’s nightlife flourishes in the countless bars of Trastevere, Testaccio, Campo de’ Fiori and along the banks of the Tiber – the river so steeped in history, which flows through the middle of the eternal city and is absolutely holy to its inhabitants.
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