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    300€ per day
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    15-12-2018
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    16-12-2018
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    Monti Residence 3
    Max 8 Guests
    2 WC
    3 Double Beds
    1 Single Bed
    1 Sofa Bed

    Description

    The bright living room is the first thing you see when you enter the apartment. You immediately notice the large sitting area with two comfortable sofas (one turning into a single bed), and here you can enjoy all of the modern day comforts you need: flat screen TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning.

    Adjacent to the dining area, the modern kitchen offers everything you would find in your own home: an oven, a stove top, a refrigerator, a toaster, a tea kettle, kitchenware, and a dishwasher. The sunny three double bedrooms have a comfortable queen size bed, night tables, a large closet, and there is also a lovely single room with night table.

    To make your stay even more comfortable, there are two airy bathrooms: one with a shower and the other with a bathtub. The apartment features also a fantastic terrace equipped with table and chairs to enjoy the sunny days in complete relax. This Rome rental is an excellent solution for those who enjoy large spaces while being in an especially convenient location in the historic center of Rome.

    Monti Residence 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all in the same building and can accommodate up to 20 people.

    Amenities

    Air-conditioning
    Bathtub
    Bed linen provided
    Cable/Satellite TV
    Central heating
    Children
    Coffee maker
    Cot
    Dishwasher
    Freezer
    Gas
    Hair dryer
    Iron
    Ironing board
    Kitchen utensils provided
    Microwave
    Oven
    Patio/Deck/Terrace
    Refrigerator
    Shower
    Smoking allowed outside
    Stove
    Towels provided
    Washing Machine
    Water kettle
    WiFi
    The District

    Colosseum

    This is one of the most important and majestic buildings made by the Romans, and definitely the most famous in the world . The Flavian Amphitheatre, this is its real name, was built by the emperor Vespasiano in 72 d.c. and completed by Tito in 80 d.c. With its capacity of 50.000 spectators, a real miracle of engineering at that time, its was used to host the biggest attraction of the city: the Games.

    Here slaves, animals and even ships were used to make real battles where nobody was blameless and where life or death was determined by destiny or by the Emperor’s will, who with his thumb could have decided everybody fate. if you are still wandering where to stay in Rome, have a look at our Colosseum apartments.

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