Rome Accommodation Traiano

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: Apt. / Condo

Rome Accommodation Traiano

Located on the fourth floor (with lift) of an quiet Liberty-style palazzo in the residential area of Colle Oppio, the apartment offers a splendid view of the Colosseum and the domes of the churches of Rome.

The first spacious bedroom is fitted with one double and two single beds while the second bedroom is furnished with a double bed. The large sitting room is decorated in various shades of ochre and can sleep up to four people on one double and two single sofa beds.

All the rooms still have their original vaulted ceilings and exposed brickwork.

The apartment has two bathrooms: one with bath and one with shower (also fitted with washing machine).

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Rome Accommodation Traiano
Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Covering the slopes of one of the seven hills of ancient Rome (the Esquiline hill), Colle Oppio is a quiet area populated by beautiful medieval churches, ancient stone walls and perfumed gardens, yet it lies just a few hundred yards from the hustle and bustle of the Colosseum.

In Imperial Roman times, this area was home to the wealthiest citizens of Rome, although it was also the location of the zoo in which the beasts used in the entertainments at the Colosseum were housed. Obviously, the ancient history of the area makes it one of the richest archeological treasure chests of the city.

Within the park (Parco del Colle Oppio) which stretches from the apartment as far as the Colosseum lie the Baths of Trajan, an imposing spa complex built over the ruins of Emperor Nero’s imperial villa, the Domus Aurea. Following the death of Nero, his successors left his home to go to ruin and then used the foundations of the villa to build the baths.

Since the 1930s the area has been designated an archeological area. As a result, a sunset stroll along the main avenue of the park allows both magnificent views of historic architecture and a pleasant form of gentle exercise, a wonderful experience at any time of the year.

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