Mercurio

Sleeps: 5 Bedroom(s): 2 Bathroom(s): 2

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Location

Sightsee to your heart’s content with the Coliseum and the Roman Forum just a few minutes walk from the Mercurio apartment. Situated in Rome’s happening Monti neighborhood, a location prized for providing an authentic Roman experience, it is a foodies paradise with some of Rome’s best restaurants.

Exterior

The building was once a convent, it delivers a delightful surprise as you step in off the street into a beautiful courtyard. The views looking down to the courtyard from the building’s internal open corridors on each floor above are an Instagrammer’s dream.

Interior

A spacious apartment that shows great attention to detail for guests’ comfort with many warm and inviting touches throughout that is complimented by modern technology. The apartment is on the back of the building facing other attractive buildings and is blissfully quiet because the living room and bedrooms don’t face the street. This is a real advantage in this bustling part of Rome.

The proportions of the rooms and the hallway are roomy, plenty of space to relax and enjoy a stay in the heart of Rome. The kitchen is accented with pretty tiles and is fully equipped. A breakfast bar with two stools can seat two.

Bedroom 1 is large and can sleep three, in addition to the main bed there is a sofa with a trundle bed, perfect for families with a young child. The console below the television in this bedroom can be a handy home office desk for guests who come for longer stays. Bedroom 2 is also spacious. There is ample closet space throughout. In both bedrooms blackout shutters can be raised and lowered with the touch of a button next to the bed

One of the two bathrooms has double sinks, a nice feature rarely found in Rome apartments! Both bathrooms have large showers.

Neighborhood Highlights

Of course the Coliseum is steps away. Also very nearby are two amazing churches not to miss. San Clemente is a church on top of an ancient church on top of a Roman Temple, you can go down into ancient history. And also right there is Santi Quattro Coronati called the most beautiful church in Rome!