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Excellent 5/5 Score from 2 reviews

"comodosa" became a queensize bed

Hotel apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 3

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 29 km
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

In an ancient palace of the sixteenth century, in the heart of Renaissance Rome, his residence in the Banco di S. Spirit tells of feverish reconstruction, followed the historical sack of Rome, which has made it the center of the incredible artistic production of those years.

In just a few meters away is really in fact the Palace of S. Spirit of Sangallo, where he worked Cellini as Borromini lived a few blocks to the church of S. Giovanni dei Fiorentini.

Size Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Ostia 29 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino 40 km, Nearest railway: Termini central station 3 km
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Central heating, Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Fridge
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Further details indoors

The property has been restored taking care of the old stone walls, enhancing existing materials and playing on the memory. Have been embellished the ancient ceilings, kept the old doors and handles, to tell the story through hand gestures and overlays that a house contains.

The suite is made with a modern system in place to ensure the availability of hot water, new and spacious bathrooms with showers, spacious and very particular lighting. Of course in all a modern air conditioning system with a high standard, a Nespresso machine and kitchenette corner. The suite features a theme ... you find out

Further details outdoors

A kind of crossroads of art from which branch most routes: Castel S. Angelo and the Vatican, the so-called Palazzaccio, imposing palace so named because of the unfortunate events of the manufacturer and now the courts aunt, and the commercial district of Prati. Next Via Giulia, Palazzo Farnese, Campo dei Fiori and Trastevere, the latter known district meeting of the Roman and tourists, Via dei Coronari, via dei Condotti and the Spanish Steps, Via del Governo Vecchio, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and fountain Trevi Rome at your feet ... really rather walk!

Further details

English and french speaking owner

The Lazio region

Lazio, birthplace of two of mankind’s greatest institutions, the Roman Empire and the Catholic Church, is dominated and largely defined by its capital, Rome.

Since ancient Roman times the region has been an extension of the city, where noble Roman families created their own towns and the wealthy built their villas in the surrounding countryside.

Lazio is a treasure trove of the remains of age old civilizations: bridges, churches, towers, villas, monasteries, aqueducts, arches — the list is endless. To the north of Rome are Etruscan sites and the tombs of Tarquinia, founded in the 12th century BC. The ruins of Ostia Antica, a 4th century BC port city at the mouth of the Tiber are located west of the city, with delightful beaches nearby.

East of Rome toward the mountains is Tivoli, a favorite retreat for the wealthy at the height of the Roman Empire. Visit the remains of Hadrian’s Villa, completed in 134 AD, and the beautiful fountains and gardens of the Villa d’Este.


Rome, with its sun drenched ruins, its remarkable architecture, and its bounty of religious art, has been delighting visitors for centuries. A city with a millennial history, there is no street or square that does not show traces of events and civilizations long past:

Etruscan, imperial, medieval, Renaissance, Baroque. There are medieval churches built over early Christian religious sites which in turn rest atop Roman palaces. Contemporary buildings incorporate parts of Roman columns or fragments of carvings or inscriptions into their structures.

Although classical Rome is most visible in the vestiges of its most imposing monuments — the Colosseum, the Forum and the temples and palaces of the Palatine Hill—its influence can also be seen in the layout of the city: streets and piazzas follow the lines of classical amphitheaters and stadiums. For example, the elegant Piazza Navona, one of the gathering points for Romans, is lined with Baroque palaces and showcases Bernini’s masterpiece, the “Fountain of the Rivers;” sit was once the Stadium of Domitian, where sports and chariot races took place!

Although the look of the cen-tral city is primarily defined by the Baroque period, one can find Renaissance palaces, medieval churches, Rococo fountains, and modern structures within a few paces of each other. Elegant shops, parks and gardens, restaurants and sidewalk cafes all add to the enjoyment of this vibrant city.

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10 Mar 2013


"Residenza d'eccezione al centro di Roma ed ospitalità impeccabile"

Soggiorno indimenticabile grazie ad una location splendida e funzionale ! Il fascino di un palazzo del '500 ed un'atmosfera rilassante ed elegante al centro di Roma .Grazie al buon gusto ed… More

2 Nov 2012


"La suite che ti conquista con charme"

Difficile ovunque immaginare di combinare la storia con la modernità, ma non certamente qui al Raffaelo... Un incantevole luogo intriso di storia millenaria, che unisce allo stile la funzionalità, p… More

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  • 2 Years listed

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Calendar last updated:30 Aug 2012

Based in Italy

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