- Type: Apartment
- Size: 45
- Rooms: 2
- Beds: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps number: 3 ( 2+1 )
Excellent apartment, ideally located in the center of Rome, near the Termini Station and the most important Metro stations in Rome and this allows guests to move quickly throughout the city and particularly around the old town. The apartment is located in Via Principe Eugenio, in the Esquilino area, a meeting of ethnic groups, traditions, customs and habits different but that blend perfectly with the ancient traditions of Rome. The District Esquilino is the multicultural area of the center of Rome with its typical urban life: you can find old "trattorias" and special traditional pastries close to the best Chinese restaurants and shops of tropical fruit and Indian tea; here there is also the "Mercato Esquilino" the most famous market of the city. . The apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a typical building of the district and consists of a living room with table and sofa and a large bedroom with bathroom. Very quiet and cool in the summer, has all the amenities. The style of young, high ceilings, wooden floors, works of art and the essential organization of spaces contribute to have a very nice accommodation . It is furnished of air conditioning, heating autonomous system, Internet WIFI, washing machine, and all the accessories to use the kitchen in a complete way . The maximum occupancy is for 3 persons as there is a comfortable sofa bed in the lounge. Everything is well done in this lovely apartment, really to be recommended to all our guests, even the most demanding!
Very High Season
|€ 90/night||€ 110/night||€ 135/night|
Prices valid for 2 people accommodation
For additional guests after 2 : € 10/night
Final cleaning, Linen and Towels ( obligatory ) : € 50
Check-in : Not before 12,00 AM ( availability of cleaned apartment will be not before 3,00 PM )
Check-out : Within 11,00 AM
Late Arrivals :
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 AREA :
Termini-Esquilino district develops between Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano and Piazza dei Cinquecento, where is located the most important Railway Station of Rome , Stazione Termini. Piazza Vittorio is the largest square in Rome (316 x 174 Metres ) and is the heart of the district Esquilino District was built when the city became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. At that time there were only 226,000 inhabitants and in order to bring the city to its new role, is was launched in this area a massive urban project (the first city plan of 1873), providing for the construction of large representative buildings, housing quarters for the new administration bureaucrats and connecting roads. The heart of the neighborhood is Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II a large square characterized by many porches, very popular in Northern Italy, and which were a novelty of Rome: should give an idea of monumentality and, at the same time, promoting the mobility of citizens. But these porches were alien to the spirit of the city, so much so that the square was called " La piazza Piemontese " that means " The Piemontese Square " where Piemontese means from Piemonte the region in the north of Italy with Turin , as capital , where the porches are very popular . Above the arches, featuring 280 columns , rise buildings designed to be "great": at least 24 metres high, consisting of only three floors, with facades inspired by the architecture of the late Renaissance. The palaces at the center of the long sides are the most majestic, and are entrusted to Gaetano Koch (the architect of Piazza della Repubblica). The apartments are luxurious, many with painted ceilings. In 1902 into the square moved a large market. Finally in 2001 the market was moved to the former barracks Guglielmo Pepe; follow work of remaking of sidewalks and the restoration of the nineteenth-century railing; the garden is redrawn. In 2001 also reopens Ambra Jovinelli Theatre, which became one of the centres of cultural attraction in Rome. A district full of history, but also lively and multiethnic, symbolized by the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio, a group formed by musicians from around the world Public transportation is very much developed in this area , as Termini Station is very near and several buses and tram lines serve the area in a very good way . Other underground stations in the Esquilino neighborhood are Manzoni and Vittorio Emanuele.
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).