We spent a week in the apartment, which is within a fabulous palazzo, with our family joining us half way through: 5 adults in total. The 3rd bedroom is very small and I would say it would suit a child rather than a adult. The sitting room and dining room/library were stunning and it was a genuinely lovely experience to have this as a base for our busy week in Rome. The local area, around Piazza Navona, was fantastic with many restaurants, shops and bars to choose from. The area felt very safe and friendly and the apartment was in a quiet street with very little traffic. We were celebrating a big family event and staying in the apartment added to our enjoyment and to our whole experience of Rome. We were very central and many of the best sights and experiences were within easy walking distance. A very authentic experience of living in a genuine old palazzo. Splendid!
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It was our pleasure to occupy this family apartment after Christmas, 2015. The property management was first-rate! We were oriented to the property prior to our travels and greeted at the door upon our arrival. The property is a very comfortable 3 bedroom apartment within a historic villa. It has the feel of a warm and traditional family home. The location may be perfectly located west of Piazza Narvona and east of the Tiber. Across a lovely pedestrian bridge and past Castel San'Angelo lies St. Peter's Bascilica and the Vatican. Nearly all the major highlights of Rome are within walking distance from this apartment. And if you know Rome, you know that the stroll is as remarkable as the destination. Throughout the neighborhood are wonderful restaurants, shops of every kind, and Campo de Fiori, Rome's spectacular outdoor market, is a short walk away. To close, we had a delightful time in Rome following Christmas and through the New Year, based at this wonderful apartment. Rome was quiet and we confronted no lines or crowds at the major sites, with the exception of the Vatican and St. Peter's where a reservation will address that concern. New Years Day Mass at St. Peter's Square, including a blessing from Pope Francis, was an experience we'll never forget.