- Type: Apartment
- Size: 120
- Rooms: 4
- Beds: 5
- Bathrooms: 2
- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps number: 8
In the historical center of Rome between the Colosseum and the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the latter considered the second most important Basilica in Rome after St. Peter's, here, exactly in Via Merulana is this beautiful and spacious apartment on the 5 floor with elevator of a beautiful historic building of Umberto I and consists of a large rectangular room, 3 large bedrooms with double beds, two of which are divided into twin beds, a small kitchen and two bathrooms are well equipped and a large terrace and panoramic to which you can be accessed directly from the apartment but not going up one flight of stairs. From the apartment you reach the Colosseum in 7 minutes' walk and the St. John Lateran Basilica in 5 minutes, but this whole area is very well served by all kinds of public transport, Metro, Bus, Tram, Taxi and ... .. at every corner you will find bars, restaurants, cafes where you can enjoy the excellent and famous Italian cappuccino, as well as shops, boutiques, supermarkets and so on !! The apartment is equipped with every comfort including WIFI, and can accommodate up to 7 people. Everything is excellent at this apartment, from its exceptional location in the heart of the historic center of Rome to the ancient furniture and interior furnishings that make it cozy and stylish
VERY HIGH SEASON
Prices valid for 2 people accommodation
For additional guests after 4 : € 15/night
These are the normal House Rules valid for all our Apartments and Villas
Final cleaning and towels + bed linens (obligatory) from € 40 to € 100 depends from the size of the apartment
Check-in: Not before 12,00 AM ( availability of cleaned apartment will be not before 3,00 PM )
Check-out: Within 11,00 AM
For arrival after the normal working time (9:30 am – 8 pm) there is an extra sum to be paid accordingly to the following schedule
from 8,00 pm to 10,00pm - €20,00
from 10,00 pm to 12,00 pm - €30,00
after midnight - €40,00.
The correlative sum must be paid in cash at the check in time.
Overnight Accommodation Tax in Rome
The local tax of 3,5 € ( maximum 10 days ) per person per night is not included in the final price.
From the 1st of January 2011 Rome City Council is asking for an overnight accommodation tax on tourist service in the city. This fee, 3,5 € per night (10 nights maximum) per person (with the exception of children up to 10 years and in Rome residents), will be asked to anyone staying in every overnight accommodation inside Rome’s boundaries.
The fee, not included in the total rate, must be paid cash at check in time. More info http://en.turismoroma.it/
Christmas Period ( 20th December - 6th January ) and Easter Holiday ( dates depends from Calendar ) are considered Very High Season and there will be an extra charge of 20% on high season's prices
For requests of additional Linen and Towels it will be obligatory to pay an extra charge depending on the quantity of pieces requested.
The Colisseum Grand Terace appartment is located in Via Merulana 165
From the apartment you can reach very easily on foot :
Church Santa Maria Maggiore in 7 minutes (distance 800 meters)
Termini Railway Station in 8 minutes (900 meters Distance)
Manzoni Metro Station in 2 minutes (250 meters Distance)
Colosseum in 6 minutes (700 Metres)
Map & Location:
Colosseum And Termini
The Colosseum area includes the extended area around the Flavian Amphitheatre, one of the greatest works of architecture and engineering ever realized. Proceeding towards North-East you can walk along Via Cavour to Termini Station and the Esquilino district, proceeding to North-West you can find the area of Piazza Venezia up to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. This area is intensively characterized by the most important monuments and squares of the ancient Rome, from the Colosseum itself up to the Roman Forum on Via dei Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia, Via del Corso etc.
The Colosseum, originally named the Flavian Amphitheatre, is the most famous Roman amphitheatre, and is located in the city centre of Rome. Able to hold between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators, is the most imposing monument of ancient Rome that has come down to us. Its construction begun by Vespasian Emperor in 72 AD and was inaugurated by his successor and heir Titus in 80 AD, with additional modifications made during Domitian's reign. No longer in use after the 6th century AD, the huge building was re-used in various ways over the centuries, even as a quarry of materials.
The name "Colosseum", which derives from the nearby statue of the Colossus of Nero (later remodelled by Nero's successors into the likeness of Apollo, the Sun God ) became widespread only in the Middle Ages. Today it is the symbol of the city and one of its major tourist attractions. It was used for gladiatorial shows and other public events (hunting shows, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology). The Colosseum, as the entire historical centre of Rome, has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. In 2007 the complex was also included among the New Seven Wonders of the World, following a competition organized by New Open World Corporation (NOWC).