Residenza Navona, and beatiful exclusive holiday home, enjoys a very privileged position in the historic center of Rome.
Rome's enchanting Baroque period Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain are a stone's throw from Residenza Navona luxurious home.
Imperial Rome, Represented here by the Ara Pacis Museum, newly housed in a building by American architect Richard Meier, is 5 minutes away from Residenza Navona, while the magnificent Colosseum and Imperial Forum can be reached in ten minutes by bus stops 50 meters Which away.
Rome of the Popes, the cradle of Christianity situated in Saint Peter's Square, along with all the wealth of the Vatican Museums, is 10-minute walk.
Close by there are cafés, typical trattorias, high-class restaurants and fashionable night-spots to enjoy your Roman evenings while staying at Residenza Navona.
Quiet at night to sleep undisturbed, multilingual concierge in the reference case. Second floor with lift noble. Frescoes on the ceilings and walls. Newly renovated. Large dining room, three bedrooms (8 beds), three baths, bath and shower, provided all sheets, quilts, towels, tea towels, complete kitchen with: dishwasher, stove, oven, microwave, espresso machine, kettle, toaster, blender, and all cooking utensils. This apartment has a washing machine, safe, hair dryer, 3 flat screen 32 inch led tv, air conditioning in every room, free wifi.
* The Accommodation *
Unique position 'in the middle of the center of Rome'
* Access * Visitors
A wonderful home with every comfort That despite being in the heart of Rome's historic center remains whisper-quiet
* Interacting with Guests *
At your disposal for anything
* The district *
Saint Eustace is a neighborhood rather small, I know That it is Often Considered to be part of some of the neighboring districts,: such as Pine Cone, rule or Parione. Basically it (email hidden), Which connects some of the most interesting districts of the capital. Here, everything and everyone Seems to be in transit to something else: Which to work in an office, to visit a church, a restaurant in Which to eat. But it is a very pleasant place in Which to relax and have a coffee.
* Walking around *
You can pretty much see everything beautiful in Rome without taking buses, subway and so on. simply by walking
Piazza Navona 1 minute walk.
Pantheon 2 minutes walk.
Via Condotti 3 minutes walk.
Piazza di Spagna 5 minutes walk.
Piazza del Popolo 10 minutes walk.
Trevi Fountain 10 minutes walk.
Roman Forum 10 minutes by bus.
Castel S. Angelo 5 minutes walk.
St. Peter's / Vatican Museums 10 minutes walk.
Coliseum 10 minutes by bus.
* Slogan *
Come to us .. you will not want to return
Saint Eustace is a neighborhood rather small, I know That it is Often Considered to be part of some of the neighboring districts,: such as Pine Cone, rule or Parione. Basically it is a transition zone, Which connects some of the most interesting districts of the capital. Here, everything and everyone Seems to be in transit to something else: Which to work in an office, to visit a church, a restaurant in Which to eat. But it is a very pleasant place in Which to relax and have a coffee.
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My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add €15 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable damage deposit||€300.00|
|Bononifico Bancario, PAYPAL, CARTA DI CREDITO|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.