Location and style Our apartment has been recently renovated. Only a few steps from the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Square it is located in the heart of a place rich in history. Vatican Apartment Santamaura is a welcoming and comfy place to stay.
Surroundings You will have the opportunity to walk to the Vatican Museum and St. Peter’s Basilica as well as to spend some hours along the shopping street Cola di Rienzo.
Location If you want to find the comforts of your own home, Vatican Apartment Santamaura is the perfect place for you and your family to spend your holiday in Rome
Structure features You will have the entire apartment at your disposal. The house is fully air-conditioned and equipped with free WIFI and Smart TV. Vatican Apartment Santamaura has one four-bedroom and one double room for a total of 6 beds. A single bathroom with shower, toilet and bidet and an equipped kitchen complete the structure.
Note Don’t leave your pets at home. They are welcoming with us, ! We dedicate corner complete with mat, wipes, baby food bowl and a greedy snack with only a small daily contribution.
Info You will be welcomed and assisted by managers who can speak Italian, English, French, German, Spanish who will be happy to provide you with all the information you need to make your stay unforgettable!
Nice to e-meet you (for the moment only virtually).
Hospitality has always been my world and for this reason I have decided to open the doors of my apartment.
I sincerely hope that you will decide to book, not only to enjoy Rome and its beauties, but also to enjoy my home where I hope you will feel sincerely welcomed.
I am a lover of DIY, creative recycling, logic games, sudoku and Cluedo is my favorite one. Sherlock Holmes would have had a formidable rival!!! Married with two children, I consider myself a desperate housewife.
I have learnt more than one language. I consider myself shy but empathetic. My son is afraid of me because he says “Mum, you can read in my mind!”
Our guests will have the opportunity to walk to the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica, as well as to go shopping along the streets of Via Ottaviano and Via Cola di Rienzo.
If you are looking for an experience to discover the true essence of the city, a cross-section of authentic Roman life, we suggest spending a morning at the Triumphal Market: with its 273 stalls of fruit, vegetables, meat and typical products, it is one of the largest markets in Italy and even in Europe.
Close to us there is the Ottaviano-Saint Peter metro stop which takes you to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the main station of Roma Termini.