Wonderful two bedroom, two bathroom renovated apartment away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy historical center yet well connected to the major attractions by the Metro Line A.
Charming and delightful flat located in the heart of Trastevere. Nestled in a cobblestone street, this recently renovated apartment has old world character with new world conveniences including wood beam ceilings, exposed original stone and art work, WiFi Internet, A/C and more!
Shabby chic meets old world charm with all of the modern-day conveniences in the best location in Rome! This third (European) floor unit, in a prestigious historical building with a lift, boasts two large bedrooms with A/C, an updated bathroom with shower, well-equipped kitchen with separate dining room, and a living room with a sofa bed.
Sleek and stylish one bedroom, one bathroom apartment home located in the heart of Campo dé Fiori! This apartment was completely refinished in 2016 from floor to ceiling sparing no expense for an absolutely comfortable stay.
Cozy and stylish studio apartment complete with all of the essentials for a quick getaway to Rome. Located in the absolute center of it all just a few steps from the Campo dé Fiori Square! Tucked away in a cobblestone lined street in a historical and characteristical building capturing the pure and local essence of the Eternal City.
Located in one of the most strategic neighborhoods of Rome, the Navona Luxury House one-bedroom apartment is the perfect solution for your holiday in the Eternal City. Tastefully designed and decorated to appreciate the rich history of the prestigious building and locations while incorporating many of today’s essential modern conveniences!
Trendy and modern two bedroom, two bathroom apartment home located in the heart of Campo dé Fiori! This apartment has been well-appointed to ensure an enjoyable holiday while in Rome. Complete with air conditioning in the living room and both bedrooms, and WiFi as well as some of the original Roman characteristics like the arched, brick ceiling.
Guest Favorite! Two bedroom, two bathroom third floor private apartment home located just two blocks from the Vatican Museums. A stunning and well designed space with room for everyone. Large, open kitchen and living room with a plasma TV with local channels and a sofa bed for additional guests and/or available upon request.
This Prati two bedroom apartment located just two blocks from the Vatican entrance offers everything you need for a relaxing stay in Rome. The living room boasts a large over-sized sofa, a plasma TV with local channels, and an open, eat-in kitchen with full size refrigerator with freezer, gas stove top, and all of the basic utensils to enjoy a meal at home.
Marvelous two bedroom, two bathroom apartment located on the fifth floor with elevator access has been elegantly decorated and meticulously maintained. Recently renovated, the apartment features double pane windows, hardwood floors, and air-conditioning. Not to mention, the apartment is just minutes from the Vatican Museum and public transportation!
Palazzo Valentini, seat of the Province of Rome since 1873, was commissioned to be built in 1585 by Cardinal Michele Bonelli, a nephew of pope Pius V.
In the seventeenth century it underwent renovations and a series of extensions were added by Cardinal Carlo Bonelli and Michele Ferdinando Bonelli. Later the palace was partially demolished and rebuilt by Francesco Peparelli for its new owner, cardinal Renato Imperiali who organized an important family library (the Imperiali), of around 24,000 volumes.
The entire building was then purchased in 1752 by Cardinal Giuseppe Spinelli, who moved the Imperial Library to the ground floor for public use which was often frequented by Johann Joachim Winckelmann.
In 1827 the Prussian banker and Consul-General Vincenzo Valentini bought the building, making it his home and giving it its name.
The building was expanded and rebuilt and its new owner used it to house his own collection of paintings as well as growing the building’s own library and archaeological collection.
Recent excavations in the building’s basement have found, around 7 meters below street level, a small bath complex, probably part of an adjacent residential complex already found in 1902.
Today the palace also hosts a multimedia museum: a visit to the fascinating remains of the patrician Domus of imperial Rome.
Reservations to the museum are required and it is one of the best and newest museums in Rome!
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