About the property
- Apartment861 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Bedrooms 2, Bathrooms 1, Sleeps 6
Monti Deluxe is a refined apartment situated on the fifth floor (with elevator) of an elegant building on "Via Palermo, 3" in the charming Monti district.
The apartment has a perimeter terrace, accessible from all rooms, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Colosseum and the historic center of Rome. At sunset the view is very impressive.
Monti Deluxe is large about 95 sqm and have two double bedrooms, living room with a very comfortable double sofa bed, bathroom and kitchen.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to prepare and consume meals and has a fridge, oven, dishwasher.The apartment is equipped with air conditioning, heating, washing machine and WiFi Internet access. In the living room, there is a Smart TV.We provide linens and towels for all guests.
Monti Deluxe is located in Via Palermo, 3 (corner of Via del Boschetto) and within walking distance of many tourist attractions including Colosseum, Piazza Venezia and Trevi Fountain. At about 500 meters there is the metro stop (line B "Cavour") and several bus lines.
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- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, spanish, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 25, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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ESQUILINO - MONTI Ethnic par excellence, the Esquilino spreads around Termini Station and Piazza Vittorio. Built during the reign of King Umberto I at the end of the 19th century, this district has managed to preserve its elegant and slightly austere architecture, the only one of its kind in Rome today, even if its ethnic shops and the Esquilino market makes it look like a Chinatown with a Roman touch. Spoilt for choice, art lovers have only to decide which way to turn, whether to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Church San Pietro in Vincoli, the National Roman Museum or also, on the Oppio Hill, the Domus Aurea. On descending Via Cavour, the Monti district is reached with ease. Once working class and falling to pieces, today it is there to be discovered with its narrow mediaeval alleys and concealed trattorias, picturesque shops and fashionable bars. Unquestionably cosmopolitan, the zone with its definitely “in-places” also offers a friendly village atmosphere.