Bernini Stay at Trevi Fountain

Bernini Stay at Trevi Fountain

Rome, Latium 6

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A truly unique house, beautiful, refined and cared for in every detail, in one of the most beautiful buildings in Rome in the heart of the historical center, in a few steps from the Trevi Fountain. Furnished with elegance, here the modern dialogue with the old and tells of a warm and precious hospitality. Beauty will open up in front of you as soon as you enter the noble Antamoro palace, where you can admire the elegant Bernini fountain, a private treasure that will delight you every time.

The space

The beautiful apartment, in the historic center of Rome, is full of charm, furnished with taste and elegance. It embellishes it with designer furniture and artwork; every piece of furniture has been carefully chosen to make you feel welcomed in a special atmosphere. Everything will make your stay unforgettable, the living room where you can relax and chat on the comfortable sofa or enjoy a dinner after returning from exploring the city; the delicious and super equipped kitchen; the beautiful bedrooms, spacious, quiet, with relaxing colors and comfortable beds; the studio where you can read or watch a movie; the terrace, where you can have an aperitif under the sky of Rome.

The decor was curated by the designer and artist Andrea Anastasio, who thought of solutions and details to enrich this beautiful apartment and give it a unique character. The well-known designer also designed the iron bookshop for the studio and the sliding portal, decorated with artistic reproductions; author paintings make the whole even more fascinating.

Beauty opens up in front of your eyes as soon as you enter the palace, in front of you a Bernini fountain, a private treasure that you can admire as many times as you want, even looking out from the windows of the house, and that will surprise you every time. The house is on the second floor of Palazzo Antamoro, one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Rome, built by the secret Scalco and waiter of Pope Clement IX in the middle of the 1600s and then bought by Cardinal Antamoro in the 1700s. Pope Clement IX gave his personal maid the chance to bring water to his palace and they built a fountain from Gian Lorenzo Bernini to thank him.

The apartment includes

Large living room with sofas and armchairs and large dining table
Modern and equipped kitchen
2 bathrooms
2 bedrooms with double beds
Living room with double sofa bed (comfortable)
Terrace equipped with outdoor furniture

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