Apartment Stelletta Luxury 2/4 people
An exclusive house for an unforgettable roman experience
A perfect location for a walking tour around the historical center of Rome.
If you want to experience unforgettable moments in a romantic and charming atmosphere, then come and stay at Stelletta Luxury Apartment in Rome!
The apartment has been recently modernized and elegantly furnished with fine items that make it extremely comfortable, spacious and bright.
The apartment is located in the heart of Rome, at walking distance (about 10 minutes) from the Pantheon and the Spanish Steps, in the characteristic and elegant Via della Stelletta that is a street full of charm, where you can find exclusive shops and delicatessens with selected typical products.
The apartment is located in a wonderful XVII Century building that has been completely restored and fully equipped with facilities, such as the lift to get to the 2nd floor. You’ll be there in a while, once reached a large, impressive entrance with authentic antique statues on the path that will make your way home absolutely exciting!
Descripition of the apartment for 2 people
- Entry and living room
Once in the apartment, you will be in a nice living room with a large glass table and six comfortable chairs where you can have convivial dining, reading or relaxing with a glass of wine.
- Main living room
The first living room is connected to the main living room by two arches, then you’ll find a very bright, large space consisting of a large sofa, two delightful armchairs and a newest generation satellitar TV color.
The kitchen, which is accessed by a door from the main living room, is very spacious and bright.
It consists of a large work surface, 4 gas cookers, electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge + freezer and a rustic style table which accommodates 4/5 people comfortably.
In the kitchen guests will find everything they need to cook (pots, pans, dishes, glasses...) and some basic items (oil, vinegar, salt, sugar, coffee, tea, chamomile...).
- Double Bedroom
Close to the main living room, from which it is separated by a door, you will be in a bright double bedroom where you can find also two armchairs and a large wardrobe. Private access to the bathroom is available.
Available only for 2+2 people
- Bedroom with two single beds (available only for 2+2 guests)
The bedroom with two single beds can be accessed from the main living room by opening a door.
The bedroom is large and comfortable, equipped with a spacious wardrobe.
It has a private access to the second bathroom (available only for 2+2 guests).
Both bedrooms have their own access to the bathroom and are located in two well-separated areas of the apartment in order to guarantee your privacy. For that reason guests will enjoy total privacy in their respective rooms with bathroom.
The brand-news marble bathrooms, are each provided with comfortable and spacious shower, sink, wc and bidet.
In each bath guests will find 1 hairdryer, soaps and linen provided.
The perfect location and the high standard of the apartment will make pleasant and comfortable your stay.
All major attractions (Pantheon, Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, St.Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum) are at walking distance as well as the closest subway station (Piazza di Spagna-Spanish Steps).
During spring/summer you’ll find easy to reach several seaside locations by public transports in about 40/50 minutes.
So we would suggest to visit: Ostia Lido, with its long sandy beaches (nearby you can admire the impressive ruins of Ostia Antica); Anzio and the ruins of the magnificent Villa of Nero; Nettuno with its fascinating Medieval old town.
Once in Rome we will be happy to welcome you and give you further advices to make your stay unforgettable in our beautiful “eternal city”.
We do look forward to meeting you in Rome!
Keywords: Bright spacious apartment 2/4 people, XVII sec. Building, fine forniture, 2 bathrooms, 2 large bedrooms, spacious kitchen, 2 living rooms
I'm a very happy person, I love to travel, art, culture, and being with people.
My greatest joy is knowing that you have enjoied the eternal city also thanks to my beautiful roman apartment!
...because it is completely deeped in the magical atmosphere of Rome but very quiet and relaxing at the same time!
Fixtures and fittings, refined furniture, cleanliness, tranquility, elegant location, magical atmosphere...
The Pantheon area is very central to most Rome tourist attractions, and right on the doorstep of the triangle of my favorite Rome areas - Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori and Trastevere.
Wandering through the Pantheon area you don't realize how close you are to so many of Rome's finest historical treasures.
The reference point is the Piazza della Rotonda - the square in front of the Pantheon, which seems more like the Pantheon's courtyard.
Approaching the Roman Pantheon from its rear you might not even look twice at its plain circular brick facade, not even a hint is given as to the spectacle that awaits within. It's only once you approach the front portico and its massive granite columns that the goose bumps set in...
Not 100m from Piazza della Rotonda in Piazza di Pietra you find the remains of the Temple of Hadrian. Originally built to honor the Emperor Hadrian and his son, the most visible remains are the front facade of 11 marble columns. The building is now home to the Rome stock exchange.
In Piazza della Minerva, just behind Piazza della Rotonda, you find the Obelisk of Santa Maria sopra Minerva in front of the Santa Maria sopra Minerva church. It is believed that the church was built on top (sopra) of the ruins of the Temple of Minerva.
It was built in the 13th Century and in the Gothic architectural style. It is richly decorated with a treasure of art representing some of the greatest periods and styles of Italian history.
This is without a doubt one of Rome's little known secrets. If you can catch the choir rehearsing in the evening or some free orchestral performances I can guarantee the hairs on your forearms standing on end (if you have warm blood flowing through your veins, that is).
Visit rivistadellenazioni.it for info on upcoming events, only in Italian unfortunately, but click on the 'Grande musica in Chiesa' link and then translate the page using www.babelfish.com or perhaps google translator.
The obelisk of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, an elephant with an obelisk on its back, was originally intended as a decoration for Palazzo Barberini. It's a Bernini design (Bernini didn't lack an imagination or sense of humor) but the Friars from Santa Maria sopra Minerva liked it anyway. The elephant, according to Christianity, is the symbol of steadfastness, intelligence and piety.
Piazza Colonna contains the Column of Marcus Aurelius, built in AD 180 to celebrate the Emperor's many victories over the barbarians.
Getting to and from the Pantheon area.
(Refer to the street map of the Pantheon area above.)
Rome Metro: The closest Rome Metro station will be the Piazza Barberini stop on Metro Line A. It's about 1 kilometer (1600 yards) or a 15/20 minute walk from the Pantheon. Another option is the Metro stop at Cavour (Line B), which is marginally further.
From Barberini you can either head across the Tevere towards the Vatican City or in the other direction towards Termini Station. Termini is the central station (metro, train, bus and tour bus) and where you can also change Metro lines.
At Cavour you can travel to the ancient Roman Colosseum, Circus Maximus or Piramide.
For more information about the Metro see my dedicated page on the Rome Metro.
Rome buses: The main bus stop is on Via del Plebiscito (runs from Piazza Venezia to the Vatican) in front of Largo di Torre Argentina.
From Argentina you can take the No. 40 Bus to the Vatican or No. 87 Bus to the Colosseum, which will pass by Piazza Venezia and the Roman Forum on the way.
Good tip: The 116 Electric bus will take you from Via del Seminario (in front and to the right of the Pantheon) through Piazza Barberini up Via Veneto and into the Villa Borghese Gardens, and then going back it will head down past the Trevi Fountain, Roman Pantheon, Piazza Navona and finally to the front door of the Vatican City before heading back to the Pantheon area!
From Via di Torre Argentina you can take the tram to Trastevere.
For more about the buses in Rome see my dedicated page Rome buses and Rome public transport.
Rome taxi: There is a taxi stop at Piazza di San Pantaleo on Via Vittorio Emanuele - refer to the Pantheon area map above. It's about 100m after Largo di Torre Argentina on the right (in the direction of the Vatican).
Rome tourist buses: There are many tourist buses in the Pantheon area:
Largo di Torre Argentina
and Via del Corso
The Rome tour buses are a great introduction to the city, the easiest way to find your bearings and choose your must-dos for your next lap around.
Note: If you have not heard about it already on my site then the ATAC public transportation in Rome site has a great tool to calculate the quickest route from point A to point B anywhere in Rome (using Rome public transport).
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