DOMUS AGNESE is located in central Rome, on the ground floor of a beautiful and quiet building of the nineteen-forties, in a residential area that faces the monumental complex of S. Agnese fuori le Mura.
Going through the small private patio, one enters the elegant guesthouse, furnished in an original and sober style, consisting in 3 mini apartments GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE, all independent with security doors, air conditioning,central heating, fully equipped kitchens, TV SAT LCD and Digital TV.
FOR FAMILY OR SMALL GROUP, thanks to its flexibility, it's possible to use the Guesthouse as one BIG APARTMENT with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a living room, kitchen corners and the private garden, that can so accommodate up to 8 people: ACCOMODATION OPTION 'CRYSTAL', or to combine two apartments (Gold & Silver) with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room and a kitchen corner, for 4 to 6 guests: ACCOMODATION OPTION 'PLATINUM'.
The guesthouse, is a non smokers environment
NEARBY: Start your day jogging in our public park Villa Torlonia or Villa Ada at walking distance
Take the opportunity to relax at the Wellness Centre, regenerate your mind and body with the rich and varied offert of wellness treatments, including hair stylist, 5 minutes from the Guesthouse.
Monumental complex of St. Agnese: From the guesthouse are visible the ruins of the ancient Constantinian Basilica of S.Agnese. built from 337 to 351 A.D. for the will of Costantia, emperor Costantine's daughter and devotee of Agnese, stands nearby the catacombs where the young martyr was buried. The Basilica is part of the monumental complex of St. Agnese fuori le mura, with the catacombs, the Mausoleum of Constantia and the present-day Basilica of St. Agnese, which was erected from 625 to 638 d.C., and whose mosaic within, represents one of the most important example of byzantine art in Rome.
Roman Roads: One of the entrances to the Basilica of S. Agnese fuori le Mura is on Via Nomentana, an ancient and very important Roman consular road that once began at the Porta Nomentana in the Aurelian walls e went north-east to Nomentum.
At the present time the road starts at Porta Pia, about a hundred meters from the ancient entrance to the city, which was designed by Michelangelo and constructed by Pope Pio IV, and which was also theatre of the Seizure of Rome that in 1870 declared the end of the State of the Church and it’s annexing to the Kingdom of Italy.
This consular road was the favorite road of the roman nobility who transformed ancient rural houses and estates into their mansions just outside the city walls.
The most famous of these is Villa Torlonia, a beautiful public park that owes its particular charm to the originality of its garden that is disseminated with constructions commissioned by the Torlonia family to famous architects,