Apartment: 1292 sq. ft.
Beds: 3 (1 King Size - 2 Single Beds)
Spagna Apartment is a beautiful apartment in the heart of Rome, just a few steps from the Spanish Steps. It is located on the third floor of an historic building located in Via di Propaganda.
The apartment features exquisite living and dining spaces, an open kitchen, two bathrooms, two bedrooms and a walk in closet.
The fine luxurious wood floors, the velvet curtains, seats and beds, the antiques marble mosaic tables, the design bathrooms furnitures and the high end antiques furnishing make this apartment the ideal choice for families, couples or small group of friends, seeking elegance and comfort in the heart of the Eternal City.
The apartment consists of 2 bedrooms; one of this is a beautiful suite with king size bed and private bathroom. The sleeping area is completed by another bedroom with 2 single beds, a bathroom and a useful walk in closet. Rooms are elegantly furnished with French imperial furnishing (period 1800).
In the living room there is a beautiful antique marble table, decorated with mosaic, which can accommodate up to 6 people; a 50 'TV on the wall and two very large and comfortable sofas that can accommodate other people.
All rooms have large windows and high ceilings, typical of the ancient Roman buildings.
Every room in the apartment has an air conditioning and heating system.
The kitchen is fully equipped, including dishwasher and microwave oven.
There is also a laundry area complete of washer and dryer.
Washer & Dryer
Iron & Board
Sat & Internet TV
Washer & Dryer
Iron & Board
Essentials: towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper
TV (Satellite & Internet Tv)
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Cooking basics (Pots and pans, oil, salt and pepper)
Dishes and silverware
Bed and bath
Extra pillows and blankets
Checkin: from 3 pm • Checkout: within 11 am • No Smoking • No Parties / Events • No Pets
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Via di Propaganda, 16 • Rome
Spagna is, perhaps unsurprisingly, focussed around the eponymous Piazza di Spagna. Along with the Trevi fountain, it’s one of the most visited sights in the entire city. Things weren’t always so auspicious – in the 16th century, the area was Rome’s red light district, but today it’s better known for the vine-covered romance of Via Margutta, home to Gregory Peck's impoverished journalist in Roman Holiday. Admire Balthus’s wall-painting techniques at Villa Medici, descend the Spanish Steps (built by the French, named for the nearby Spanish embassy), and visit the designer stores along Via del Babuino - named for the distinctive statue of the Greek deity Silenus. A little to the southeast, you’ll find the Via Veneto, which was immortalised in La Dolce Vita. While still synonymous with the glamorous film stars of the 60s, the street is no longer the social hub it once was, but there’s still a romantic nostalgia attached to it.