Rome - Charming Vatican Museums 3BRItaly / Lazio / Vatican
|From 182 €||per night|
This charming apartment is spacious and bright. You enter the apartment in a large corridor from where you can access all the rooms. On your extreme left, you’ll find the live-in kitchen that is fully equipped and capable of allowing you to prepare whatever meal you prefer. An antique round table in the adjacent dining area and other antique furniture give additional classic character to the flat.
From the kitchen you can access the bathroom that has a toilet, bidet, sink and shower. It is comfortably spacious and well-stocked.
Next to the kitchen you’ll find the lovely master bedroom with a queen size bed and a large closet for your personal stuff and other belongings. Next to this room there is a bedroom good for 3 guests and is fitted with a queen size bed and an additional single bed. The room next to this one is a combined living room and bedroom. It has a comfortable sofa, and a lounge chair, a flat screen TV mounted on the wall, and two single beds which can be joined to make one large bed.
The apartment has both air-conditioning and heating system. It also has WIFI and Netflix.
Outside, you’ll find the Mercato Trionfale a treat. It is one of the largest street markets of Rome and has a wide variety of offerings that you might find to your liking. You can stroll down the streets and enjoy the neighborhood. By foot, the Vatican Museums are just about 3 minutes away.
The apartment itself is just 3 minutes away by foot from the Vatican Museums. It is also in close proximity to one of the largest street markets of Rome, the Mercato Trionfale.
Other establishments are present in the neighborhood. Cafes, restaurants, pizzerias, bars and even parks are just around the area. You may also walk and stroll down the Vatican which is a must see on anyone's Rome holiday check list, and enjoy the magnificent and stunning architecture, museums, history and mystique.
You can also opt to stroll around Borgo Pio, the nearby neighborhood that seems worlds away from Catholicism, where deep Roman tradition continue to preside over peaceful back alleys.