- Type: Apartment
- Size: 70
- Rooms: 2
- Beds: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps number: 4 ( 2+2 )
A short walk from Piazza Navona, Colosseum and Piazza Venezia, this beautiful apartment not only offers to guest a great location that will allow him to move quickly through the best historical and archaeological sites of the eternal city, but also the comfort and pleasure of a new apartment and equipped with all comfort and absolutely silent because placed within an ancient historical building with inner courtyard. Located on the ground floor with independent entrance, the apartment can accommodate up to 4 people and consists of a living room with kitchenette, a comfortable sofa which can be transformed into bed, LCD TV and a big table with 4 chairs where to enjoy delicious Italian dinners. From the hall through a corridor (where there is a wardrobe and a closet) you will enter the sleeping area . The bedroom is very large and comfortable and consists of 2 separate areas : a first one with a big double bed and another adjacent with another comfortable double bed. If you desire, 2 guests can use the large double bed and the other 2 will be able to use both the sofa-bed and the other double-bed. From the bedroom you enter the bathroom, large, comfortable, with 2 washbasins, a big shower with two workstations and 2 toilet rooms. The apartment is equipped with WIFI Internet connection and air conditioning.
Very High Season
|€ 90/night||€ 130/night||€ 155/night|
Prices valid for 2 people accommodation
For additional guests after 2 : € 20/night
Final cleaning, Linen and Towels (obligatory): € 60
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.
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 apartment Roma Antica is located in Via di Torre Argentina, in the immediate vicinity of the Colosseum and of Navona Square, one of the most characteristic and important squares in the world, in the heart of downtown Rome.
From Via di Torre Argentina you can walk to:
Piazza Navona in 5 minutes
Piazza Campo de Fiori in 3 minutes
Piazza Venezia and Fori Imperiali area in 10 minutes
Via del Corso in 10 minutes
Colosseum in 20 minutes
Vatican - St. Peter's in 25 minutes
Castel Sant'Angelo in 25 minutes
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).