With its central location and its emphasis on comfort and style, the Piazza Venezia apartment is an excellent home base for sightseeing and shopping to any of Rome’s most popular neighborhoods. Located on the forth floor of an elegant building with elevator, this charming two bedroom apartment has just undergone a full renovation using quality materials and fittings.
The Piazza Venezia apartment is well-laid-out and has an elegant entrance, welcoming living room with fully equipped kitchen corner, two bathrooms and two spacious bedrooms. The décor is colorful, warm and inviting with an elegant blending of stylish and comfortable furnishings.
The elegant master bedroom comes with a comfortable queensize bed, a confortable sofa turning into a single bed and a large wardrobe. The second bedroom features a double bed, an armchair, a fitted cupboard. The elegant living room is comfortable and inviting for convivial relaxation. It features one double sofa, a table with six chairs and a 42’’ flat TV. The kitchen corner is modern and fully equipped so the guests can prepare any meal they desire.
Finally, two beautifull bathrooms complete the apartment and both come with shower units and fresh towels ready to use upon arrival. The apartment is also equipped with air conditioning system and wireless internet connection.
From its central location to its charming and comfortable interior, the Piazza Venezia apartment guarantees a wonderful and memorable stay in the eternal city.
This is the most elegant and sophisticated square in Rome. Its impressive stairs, made by De Santis, connect the “Trinita dei Monti” church, with its famous twin tower bells, to the Barcaccia, the famous masterpiece of Bernini, where the Romans and the tourists love to refresh themselves on the hottest days just and, just steps away, the magnificent Piazza de Spagna.
Nowadays, this is the most visited and photographed square in the world and here used to live the biggest intellectuals in the world such as Wagner, Liszt, Balzac, Stendhalm, Rubens, Tennyson, Byron and Keats. It is connected to Via del Corso by Via del Condotti, two amazing shopping streets with the most famous names of the Italian style.