How would the art for the first 900 buildings, the apartment has about 60 cm thick external walls. which ensure a constant internal environment of premises in line with the passing of the seasons. However the house, fully renovated, is equipped with heating, and each room of the house is heated in order to satisfy the temperature requirements of each guest.
The whole apartment, separated by a large central living room is enhanced with a light oak parquet, which married perfectly with the ceiling "barrel" maintained the original structure, the walls create a bright and clear and simple environment relaxed functional and suitable to spend a well deserved rest after visiting the city.
Both rooms have been designed in compliance with the comfort and privacy of guests and therefore are placed at both ends of the house and equipped with every comfort necessary, among which perfectly restored antique cabinets and safes useful.
The quality of the materials used for the two bathrooms in the house reflect the elegance and functionality to environments necessary for the share We are sure the tub will be an irresistible pleasure, at the end of a long day exploring the magnificent city of Rome.
The apartment is on the first floor of a building constructed between the late 800 and early 900 near Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano.The frame is immersed in history when the visitor is unique in that the building, located in Rione Monti, Via Matteo Boiardo, there is a short distance from the Colosseum, globally recognized attraction that shows the remains of an ancient city, true air museumopened, which, beyond history, offers the most romantic sunsets that only this city can offer
In fact, the square next to the apartment is surrounded by the ancient Aurelian Walls of the City (like Rome in imperial times it was called) and dominated by the imposing beauty of the homonymous Basilica, during the years of the "sweet life Roman", was alsoframe of the finest films of the time.
The neighborhood of San Giovanni is the city, a point of reference for the symbolic importance of the homonym Basilica and reconnected to the "Scala Santa", both for the centrality of the zone which, not surprisingly, is the seat of the Apostolic Vicariate of Rome and the Pontifical Lateran University