|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Luxury Villa in Rome down town city with garden and swimming pool, just 5 minutes from St. Peter's Cathedral.
Ideal for a modern stay in an antique capital. 6 suites with en-suite facilities in the stunning area of the Villa Pamphili Park...silence, relax, a galss of Italian wine and the sound of the Nature: an emotional experience!
This luxury villa is located in one of the most green and quite residential area of Rome, just in front of the famous Villa Pamphili park, not far from the centre and just 3 Km away from the Vatican.
The Villa is very spacious and offers to guests the opportunity to relax, even on business trips. It is also suitable for celebrating small weddings in spring and summer season.
On the main floor there is a big living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen fully equipped, 2 double bedrooms with en-suite facilities, wardrobe and courtesy toilet.
On the top floor there are 4 bedrooms with en-suite facilities.
On the basement (relax floor) there is lounge with fireplase, work station with apple computer, printer and scanner, pool table, Italian wine cellar, courtesy toilet, laundry and fitness area with Tecnogym machines.
Guests can enjoy the beautiful private garden with swimmong pool.
Rental rate includes:
- Check in and check out assistance
- Welcome aperitf
- Daily cleaning of bedrooms
- Shuttle service once per day till 7.00 pm ( no Sunday)
- Changing of bed linens every 4 days (no Sunday)
- Acqua di Parma bath amenities and slippers
- Swimming pool kit towel and flip flops
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$4,576|
Dates Available: Year round
To confirm your stay we require the 30% of the total amount and the remaining 70% of the total amount is required 30 days before the check in date. We accept payment by bank wire and credit card.
Please note: Rome city tax is not included and it is € 3.50 per day per person up to 10 days of stay. Children up to 10 years old don't pay it.