Intsagram Page: "RomeSuiteHome" Amazing apartment, recently restored and furnished with modern furniture, property located in a characteristic building on 1 floor in the heart of Rome next to Colosseum. The Suite is a 50m walk from Tube station.
RomeSuiteHome is an Amazing flat very close to Colosseo Located on the first floor of an early 17th century building, the prestigious flat has been recently restructured and fitted with air conditioning. The appartament is really near from the characteristic church and an amazing fountain about 15 century and can sleep up to 2 people.
The flat is composed of a bright airy sitting/dining room , and a king size bed, furnished with a large dining table, sofa, LCD TV and hi-fi. and has parquet flooring.
The kitchen is fully furnisched, while the bathroom has both a shower and a WC and Bidè.
The flat has autonomous central heating and bed and bathroom linen are supplied. The apartment also has a free wi-fi Internet connection.
Please note that the tourist / city tax of 3,50 € per person is not included in the price.
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We will ask for an extra of 30 Euros for Check-in by night or early morning (10 pm - 9 am).
Amazing location in ancient Rome’s heart, quiet and , at the same time, close to Roma’s movida. Fori ruins site is at 3 minutes walk like as San Pietro in Vincoli with the famous Michelangelo’s Mosé, Colosseo and Piazza Venezia; far from Piazza Navona, fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo not more than 10 minutes, these make of the accomodation the ideal start to enjoy the Capital city and its beauties.
We are available and happy to sit for a chat and give you all the informations that you might need, transports, restaurants or to organize for you a nice guided tour.
We live 5 minutes walk away (2 blocks away) from the accomodation so the assistence is guaranteed 24/7.
Monti Area is A little labirint of streets that will give you incredible points of view of The ethernal city.
One time arts and crafts area, today hipsters and intellectuals live here. But don't think it's a snobby neighborhood, conversely It is one of The last 100% roman neighborhood! IT is very easy meet actors, directors, artist and also the ex President of Repubblic Napolitano as kids playing football in The square!
Daytime you’ll find every sort of shops, typical italian clothings shops, design, vintage,groceries...and nightime you’ll find wine bars,pubs,restaurants and every sort of place.
Monti is very nice area that live night and day, Perfect for youngs as for families. You'll love it!
You’ll be right in the center , free to walk everywhere but with the tube 100 meters away, busses just around the corner and Termini Station at one tube station. You can also rent scooters and bikes.
Monti is the name of the 1st Rione of Rome. The name comes from the fact that monti in Italian means hills and this quarter use to include different hills of Rome: the Esquiline, the Viminal, part of the Quirinal and of the Celio. Actually the Quirinal, Castro Pretorio and the Celio are not included in this quarter anymore but its original name remained. Its court of arms its composed by three green hills in a silver background. The Rione is 168 hectares and has 14654 inhabitants which means 8720 inhabitants per square kilometre.
Among the Roman period the area was really populated: there were the imperial fora and the Subura, actually know as Suburra, that was the most popular part of the quarter. In the Subura used to live the plebeian, there were lots of lupanari (prostitute houses) and bad reputation inns.
In the Middle Ages the situation changed: the Roman aqueducts where so much damaged and it was really difficult to let the water feed that area because among the time the level of the quarter had raised a lot. The inhabitants decided to move to other areas like the Campo Marzio or the plain in between the hills. The Monti inhabitants were used to drink the Tiber’s water that during that time was drinkable.
From the middle ages till the XIXth century the Rione remained a garden and vineyard area. It was not much populated because it had no much water reserves and it was far away from the Vatican that was the cultural center of that period. On the other hand, the Basilica of S. John in Lateran was part of the quarter and became the reason of the arrival of lots of pilgrims to the area. That fact helped the quarter to remain populated.
Among the Middle Ages the inhabitants of the Rione Monti became unique and developed a personal identity talking with a very special accent. There was a lot of rivalry between the several quarters, particularly between the inhabitants of Trastevere’s and Monti’s areas. Among the XIVth century this rivalry used to end in cruel clashes.
In the XIXth century Rome had just become the capital of the already united Italy. There were huge demolitions under the fascist period that changed completely the characteristics of the quarter. Between the 1924 and the 1936 a huge part of the Rione composed by little streets and popular houses was destroyed to built the famous Imperial Fora Street and to dig and discover part of the Imperial Fora.
Thanks to the main position that the quarter has today now it is rich of archeological remaining like the Flavian Anfitheater, the Ludus Magnus (the gladiator’s training house), Nero’s Domus Aurea, Titus and Trajan’s thermal buildings, part of the Imperial Fora and Trajan Markets.
The Rione Monti toghether with Trastevere it’s the most picturesque quarter of Rome. Although the prices of the apartments continue to increase excessively, the rione is one of the most populated. The surrounding of Via del Boschetto, Via dei Serpenti, Via panisperna and Via Baccina still remain with the same characteristics of a little village where everybody knows each other. This aspect is given by the little residences, artisan stores and the familiar charm and sympathy of the little shops and the small intimate streets. In this part of the quarter the intimacy reigns and makes rione unique. The Monti inhabitants still find themselves playing, chatting or simply relaxing in the piazzetta (little square) nearby the church Madonna dei Monti which is a real get together point for the monticiani (Monti’s inhabitants). In the end Monti is a quarter constantly active and an attraction for thousands of tourist with its main street, the Colosseum, the Imperial Fora, the noble palaces and towers that make the rione the most beautifull and the richest historical area of Rome.