CasaGrande is an 1850-square-feet elegantly designed apartment structured on two levels, on the main floor of an ancient baroque palace in the heart of Rome.
CasaGrande features a wide living and sitting room with beautiful wood coffered 6-meter high ceilings.
Original paintings and lithographs from renowned contemporary artists decorate the walls along with large wall tapestries and some stylish souvenirs from the owner’s trips in the Middle East.
The apartment comprises four spacious bedrooms all ensuite comfortably accommodating up to 8 people.
CasaGrande is the perfect place for a wonderful and convenient stay in Rome, be it for business or for a cultural get away with family or friends. Its excellent central location means that you won't have to waste time commuting into center to reach the main sites of this great city.
CasaGrande is equipped with an independent heating system making it really convenient to set the appropriate temperature for the guests.
Air conditioning is not available however the thick walls of this ancient building dating from 1600s guarantee pleasantly cool temperatures even in the middle of the summer.
4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 2000 square feet
Queen, Queen + Twin, Full, and Twin
8 guests maximum
Rome Fiumicino Airport
- 40"+ TV
- Chef's Kitchen
- Espresso Machine
- Satellite/Cable TV
- Washer & Dryer
- Wireless Internet
Activities of Interest
- Visit the Vatican Museums and the fantastic Sistine Chapel featuring the wonderful Last Judgement, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512.
- Visit Galleria Borghese, Rome's finest Art Gallery home to a wonderful collection of Renaissance art masterpieces.
- Admire the Trevi Fountain, wonderful example of Baroque architecture, famous for appearing in the classic movie La Dolce Vita by Federico Fellini with Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni.
Places of Interest
- Dedicated to the worship of every god (Pan-every Theon-divinity), the Pantheon, a wonderful example of classical architecture, was built by the Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 A.D.
- mmerse yourselves in Ancient Rome visiting the Roman Forum and the wonderful Coliseum, also known as, the Flavian Amphiteatre, built in 72 AD under Emperor Vespasian.
- isit the beautiful Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City, whose spectacular dome was designed by the great Michelangelo in 1547
Let's see... what would an ideal apartment in Rome be? Steps off the Piazza Navona within easy walking distance of many of the city's most treasured sights? Check! In a centuries-old building tucked away on a quiet, atmospheric back street? Check! Freshly renovated with a knockout 21st-century kitchen behind a glass wall? Check! Four bedrooms so you can invite friends and family to join you? Check! Helpful hosts happy to answer your questions? Check! This apartment met all of these requirements and more. We were in Rome during a severe cold spell (Translation: at least there were very few tourists), but extra blankets were available in the apartment and kept us more than comfortable. For atmosphere, amenities, location, and convenience, this apartment got an "A" rating from all of us lucky enough to stay there.”