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Via Veneto Apartment in Rome

Apartment Location:

The apartment is housed in an old, well maintained building on Via Salaria, which lies directly between the famous Salaria and Parioli districts and is only a 5-minute walk from Porta Pia, Villa Borghese, Porta Pinciana and Via Veneto. You can also reach Termini Train Station in 10 minutes on foot or by bus.

The apartment has been completely restored in an elegant style and provides optimum comfort for an enjoyable stay in Rome. The apartment is located in front of the famous Roman Villa Albani, built in 1743 by Carlo Marchionni for Cardinal Alessandro Albani. The capitulation of Rome was signed on September 20th 1870 in this villa, which has since become a museum belonging to the Torlonia Family. In the direct area you will find several restaurants, pubs, supermarkets and shops to choose from.

Apartment Description:

The apartment, located on the second floor, is composed of a large double bedroom with double bed (twin beds are available on request), a living area with a new, comfortable sofa bed and TV, a fully appointed kitchen with a table, and finally two well-equipped bathrooms. Minimum stay of 3 nights.

Amenities Include:

Air Conditioning, TV with Satellite Channels, Reinforced Door, Double Glazing, Washing Machine, Oven, Microwave, Hairdryer, Iron, Linen, Towels, Soaps, Daily Cleaning (on request and for a small fee), etc.

Languages spoken: Italian, English, German and French.
The property is authorised by the Azienda di Promozione Turistica.


Minimum: 60 Euros/Maximum: 220 Euros per night
Cot/crib: 20 Euros per stay
Please note there is a MINIMUM stay of 3 nights
Discounts available for long stays
These rates do NOT include the city tax fee. This is currently 3.50 Euros per day, for up to a maximum of 10 days and is applicable to all guests over 10 years old.

From Termini Train Station:
From the station take bus route 86 or 92 and get off after 7 stops at Piazza Fiume, which is at the crossroads with Via Salaria. Walk approximately 100 metres along Via Salaria until you reach the building.
From Fiumicino Airport:
Go to the FS train station inside the Terminal 'Leonardo Da Vinci' and take the train 'Leonardo Express' to Termini Train Station (departs every 30 minutes and cost 14 Euros). There is only one stop. Then follow the 'From Termini Train Station' directions.
From Ciampino Airport:
Take the bus operated by CO.TRA.L or the shuttle bus to Termini Train Station (lasts 40 minutes and costs 8/10 Euros) and then follow the 'From Termini Train Station' instructions. Alternatively, Ciampino Airport is situated a few stops from the end of the line of Metro A, so if you prefer head to Ciampino Station and take the bus in the direction of Anagnina and the Metro A. Take the metro at Anagnina and get off after about 15 stops at Termini Station. Then follow the 'From Termini Train Station' directions.
By Car:
From highway/motorway A1 (highway Florence-Rome) take the Grande Raccordo Anulare (G.R.A.); then take exit number 8 off the G.R.A in the direction of the centre ('Roma Centro'), or alternatively take the exit for 'Settebagni' and travel all the way along Via Salaria for about 5 miles until you enter the city and reach the building.b