This Spanish Steps Terrace Apartment is located on the Via dell’Arancio, a tiny street in the Pantheon/Spanish Steps area. This bright and charming loft benefits from this highly attractive location.
Sitting on the 6th floor, the lovely terrace has a wonderful view of the city below. The elegant building has a lift to the 5th floor (after which there are a few steps to go up to the apartment).
Brightness and sophistication are two words that perfectly describe the best features of this apartment. White furniture and white wooden ceilings add an open and clean touch. They beautifully reflect the bright sunlight that floods the space with warm light.
Furthermore, the loft features a chic decorative fireplace, two white sofas, a 42″ flat screen TV, a white wooden table with chairs and a great library. In this open space, you will also find a comfortable king size bed with bedside tables and elegant lamps.
The apartment also offers air conditioning, as well as Wi-Fi which is available to you at all times.
The Spanish Steps Terrace Apartment also offers a kitchenette that is very well equipped, with a fridge, freezer, gas stove, microwave, electric kettle, little oven, and Nespresso machine. You will find also a washing machine and a dryer.
The bathroom comes with a shower and hair dryer. From the window you’ll see beautiful views over charming Roman rooftops.
This loft features a pleasant terrace where you can enjoy the mild Roman weather, as well as breathtaking views over Rome: you can easily recognise the most famous and important Roman landmarks at a glance. We highly recommend this fantastic unit to couples who enjoy cozy but open spaces.
In this amazing location you will find yourself in the middle of the historical centre. As such, all of Rome’s most interesting and beautiful attractions are just footsteps away. For example, just down the Via del Corso you will find the Piazza del Popolo.
Above this lies the stunning Villa Borghese park with sweeping views from its Pincio Terrace. From here you can look out over the piazza below and also the Prati area, in which the Vatican City lies. To save time, you can use the Metro A to arrive very close to the Vatican at the Ottaviano stop.
Following the Via del Corso in the other direction you will arrive at the Piazza Venezia, which is also near the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. These are all also reachable by metro. You can take the Metro A from the Piazza del Popolo or the Piazza di Spagna through to Termini, and then from here take the Metro B through to the Colosseum.
Heading West you will reach the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Trastevere. The Trevi Fountain is nearby to the area.
In addition to this, you will be close not only to restaurants and bars, but also supermarkets and pharmacies. The Spagna district is very elegant, and enjoys hosting a refined crowd in and amongst its stylish restaurants and designer shops and boutiques.