Cappellari Studios

Enchanting air–conditioned studios (about 30 sqm), just a few yards from Campo dei Fiori (a lovely ancient alley) of a medieval building dating from the 15th century. Kitchen, washing machine, bathroom etc.

Number of pax :
2  
City Area :
Campo  
Address :
Via dei Cappellari, 00186 Rome, Italy  
Bedrooms :
Studio  
Beds :
1 double bed (can be 2 singles)  
Bathrooms :
1  
Price :
€100  
Wi-Fi :
Yes  

The apartment contains

  • Italian TV
  • Washing Machine

The Apartment

There are two completely separate air-conditioned apartments beside each other (both shown) on the 2nd floor (no lift) of a medieval building dating from the 15th century, in one of the best locations in town.

Plenty of character and features – wooden beam ceilings, autonomous heating, nicely furnished and decorated, and consisting of main room (living room) with comfortable full double-bed, table with benches, television, wardrobes. Full kitchen with washing machine, bathroom with bath and shower.

Renovated recently, there is mainly modern comfortable furniture with plenty of authentic wooden features. During the summer, fans are available, although the apartment stays relatively cool.

Access and Environment

The entrance is through the main wooden front doors, past a private garden courtyard, and up two flights of steps, As this is a very old building, the steps are slightly higher gradient than modern similar steps. The apartment entrance is off the main landing on the second floor. There are only two apartments on this floor. You will have your own keys to both the front door and the apartment door. The street is tiny (few cars can fit).

The Location

The Campo dei Fiori area borders both Via Giulia and its Renaissance feel and Piazza Navona with its Baroque atmosphere. But although only 150 meters each way to these particular places, the area carries its own character that is like no other in Rome. Steeped in history and myth, it is not only one of the places to go as a visitor, but is also one of the favourite areas for the young Italians at night, making it a lively and trendy neighbourhood in historical Rome. It holds the great charm however, throughout the day and early evening. The alley that the apartment is in is heavily associated with medieval times and crafts from that era onwards. All facilities such as grocery stores and other necessary goods are “at the doorstep”, obviously with many restaurants, bars, and cafes.

Points to note

The most endearing feature of this compact studio apartment is the ability to have the life and atmosphere of Rome only a few yards away, while maintaining and peaceful historic atmosphere being tucked away from the bustle.

Particulars

None

Prices in Euro, per night (until 20/Dec/2011, excluding Easter, Christmas, New Year etc.): 
 3 nights4 nights5 nights6 nights7-14 nights15-21 nights22+ nights
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