AUTHORIZED STRUCTURE - ID 655
The apartment is centrally located, just 700m from St. Peter's Square! With a 10 - minute walk you can reach Castel Sant'Angelo, passing Via della Conciliazione, famous for being the street that leads to Piazza San Pietro and to St. Peter’s Basilica. Residenza Nicolò III is a large apartment overlooking the dome of St. Peter, in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Rome, the Aurelio district!
With few bus stops you can reach the Vatican Museums, Via Cola di Rienzo and then the famous Tridente (Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso, Piazza di Spagna ..)
Residenza Nicolò III is on the 5th floor of an elegant building with lift and can comfortably accommodate up to 6 people.
The entrance of the apartment overlooks a large, long corridor leading to all the rooms in the house:
- a large living room with double sofa bed, tv, dining table for 4 people and air conditioning
- Double bedroom with an elegant dressing table, 2 bedside tables and a spacious 4-door wardrobe
- Bathroom with sink, toilet, bidet and shower cabin
- bedroom with 2 single beds, wardrobe and private bathroom with sink, toilet, bidet and shower
- Equipped kitchen for preparing meals, with dining table for 6 people. The kitchen is equipped with a boiler, coffee machine (italian moka and american coffee maker), microwave and dishwasher, oven…
The apartment has been carefully designed to offer guests a warm and comfortable environment, equipped with all comforts: Wi-fi, air conditioning, heating, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave.
The service includes the utilities, sheets, towels and a small selection of breakfast items (tea, coffee, roasted slices, biscuits, nutella, jam...).
The location of Residenza Nicolò III is ideal for a roman stay, the apartment is in fact in a central area but not chaotic and you can move either on foot or by bus.
Just a few meters from the house there is the bus stop 64 which leads directly to Termini, Rome's main hub for trains, buses and metro.
If you would like to take a trip outside Rome, San Pietro Station is at 170m.
The Aurelio district takes its name from the same street, at the beginning an Etruscan area, then used as an area of cultivation, knows its development after 241 BC. It is famous for the many clay caves and furnaces that are remembered in local toponymy. As the years go by, the district expanded and, now a days, is considered one of the most beautiful and authentic district of Rome.
In this quiet neighborhood, day out you can shop or enjoy typical Roman cuisine, in the evening you can relax by strolling through its quiet streets or by having an aperitif in one of the many bars and clubs.
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