Rome center Apartment in the Jewish area Pantheon
|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||75 square meters|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Budget, Historic, Romantic, City, Downtown, Town|
Description from the owner
This charming unique loft/apartment is situated in the Jewish Ghetto, the location is deep in the heart of historical Rome just beside the imposing Theatre of Marcello.
The medieval âPalazzo dei Fabiiâ, where the property is located, was built in 1432 on top of the remains of a Roman market (the Portico of Filippo cent. IIÂ° A.D.). At the beginning of the 20th century it was converted into private apartments. "Palazzo dei Fabii" is one of the best preserved medieval buildings in Rome, its original architecture of the internal court yard makes it one of the main attractions of the âJewish ghettoâ. Ghetto area is one of the oldes...Read more
Rome center Apartment in the Jewish area Pantheon
Rome, Rome & Lazio, Italy
Additional Location Information
The Jewish ghetto on the east bank of the Tiber, near the Isola Tiberina , It's only a 5/10-minute walk from Campo de fiori, Navona Square, the Pantheon, Venice Square, Via del Corso, Trastevere, Etc.
For centuries, Rome's Jewish ghetto has been the site of both relentless persecution and the undying pride and solidarity of a tight-knit community. Via del Portico d'Ottavia in the richest in history - the Theater of Marcellus, Portico d'Ottavia, , is right there and in the immediate neighborhood there is Piazza Mattei with its beautiful fountain and Palazzo Costaguti with its great frescos that Stendhal mentions in his "Promenades dans Rome".
This main drag â the best-preserved of the old streets â is a fine place to get a taste of yesterday's ghetto and today's Rome. From the start (near the ruins of the Portico D'ottavia), look down the street. On the right, in the distance, is the most important line of old ghetto building fronts. Walking down the street, notice kosher restaurants proudly serving carciofi (artichokes, which only Jewish grandmothers can cook properly) and shops of fine, locally produced Judaica.
The location of Ghetto is also very well linked with public transportation. Take a bus or a Taxi either to Teatro di Marcello or to Argentina (Largo di Torre Argentina) â both are also excellent, amazing sightseeing. Buses are very useful and efficient to get quickly anywhere. This neighborhood has become trendy recently, and apartment prices are now beyond the means of most members of the Jewish community. Staying as a Roman in one of Ghetto apartments is easy â there are two food supermarkets "Despar" on Corso Vittorio Emmanuele and "Punto" right behind San Carlo, towards SantâAndrea della Valle, on Via dei Monti della Farina. In the latter supermarket there is fresh fish stand towards the weekend, where you can buy the daily catch. Alternatively, you can shop for any food at Campo de Fiori, and there are numerous pizzerias around, selling every imaginable kind of pizza.
Location Type City, Downtown, Town
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$109 - $233||$123 - $259||$660 - $1,553||$2,329 - $4,399||2 nights|
|Mar. 1 2012 - Mar. 31 2012||$155 - $181||$168 - $194||$1,164 - $1,423||$3,623 - $4,140||3 nights|
|Apr. 1 2012 - Jun. 30 2012||$207 - $233||$233 - $259||$1,294 - $1,553||$3,881 - $4,399||3 nights|
|Jul. 8 2012 - Aug. 31 2012
|Sep. 27 2012 - Nov. 5 2012||$180||$193||$1,294||$4,140||3 nights|
|Nov. 6 2012 - Dec. 27 2012
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|Dec. 28 2012 - Jan. 7 2013
New year's eve
|Jan. 8 2013 - Feb. 28 2013
|Mar. 1 2013 - Mar. 31 2013
|Apr. 1 2013 - Apr. 30 2013||$173||$180||$1,164||$3,881||3 nights|
|May. 1 2013 - Jun. 30 2013
|Jun. 1 2013 - Jun. 30 2013
|Aug. 1 2013 - Sep. 8 2013
|Sep. 9 2013 - Nov. 9 2013
|Nov. 10 2013 - Dec. 26 2013
|Dec. 27 2013 - Jan. 6 2014
|Jan. 6 2014 - Feb. 28 2014||$115||$128||$776||$2,588||3 nights|
|All Other Dates||$154||$154||$904||$3,105||2 nights|
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- Additional guests - $32 / person - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 2 guest(s) - rates above are for 2 people per night. For each extra person up to a max of 4 people from euro 15 to euro 25 per night
- City Tax - $3 / person - Tax - From 01/01/2011 has been introduced a Tourist Tax to pay by those staying in accommodation in the city of Rome. The amount is âŹ 2.00 per person per day, not included in the total rate, to pay cash at the owner.
Additional notes from owner
Rates are subject to seasonal change and special offers.
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What Past Guests Are Saying
Atlanta, GA USA
Amazing time in Rome!
My husband and I just got back from our visit to Rome over Christmas break. We were based in the Jewish Ghetto and stayed at this lovely apartment. We were in walking distance to everything and a variety of different neighborhoods that we could explore. The apartment was clean, spacious and had functioning amenities such as WiFi. The kitchen was well stocked with pots and pans and a good sized refrigerator too. I felt safe in the neighborhood and overall the building was quiet. It was nice to have a "home" to come to at the end of a long day of sightseeing and unwind with a glass of wine before dinner.
The neighborhood had some very good dining options too such as Nonna Betta, MamĂ Kosher Food for a quick bite and the cheese shop Beppe e I Suoi Formaggi.
I would not hesitate to stay here again if my travels take me back to Rome.
Great Place, good Location.
We had a Great time in Rome.The staff was very professional,they did everything they could to make our stay perfect, the apartment is exactly like it is in the photos.
The location of the apartment it's superb, we could just walk to do all the sightseeing. Definitely worth a recommendation.Because we stayed a week, we were able to do all the monuments and grab a bit of the nightlife of Rome. It is an ideal home base for visiting Rome.
We also had guided tours with the company www.tourinrome.com At the Colosseum as well as the Vatican we didn't had to wait in line. We climbed the top of the Saint Peter without waiting.