Cod. R18 - Apartment a few meters from the Basilica of St. Peter, in the heart of the historic center of Rome.

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  • Floor: first floor (with elevator)
  • SuperSurfaceficie: 60 m²
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1 (with shower)
  • Kitchen: Fully equipped
  • People: 6 (1 double, 1 single bed, 1 sofa bed, 1 single sofa bed)

Services/Accessories included

  • Dvd Player
  • Elevator
  • Tv
  • Washing Machine
  • Wi-Fi


Pets are allowed.

Description Cod. R18

The apartment, recently renovated, is located in Via Andrea Doria, a few meters from the Basilica of St. Peter, in the heart of the historical center of Rome, in a private estate with a characteristic garden. The apartment is on the first floor of a building with lift and concierge service during the day, and consists of entrance hall, kitchen with table and chairs, living room with furniture, table and chairs, sofa bed and single sofa bed, TV with DVD and CD player, double bedroom with additional bed, wardrobe, TV with DVD and CD player, small bathroom with shower and washing machine.

Via Andrea Doria it is a few minutes walk from the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant'Angelo, St. Peter's Basilica, the historic center; It has many facilities including restaurants, bars, pharmacies, supermarkets, banks, hospital and parking. The nearest Metro Cyprus is only 50 m and the nearest bus stop is 2 m from the entrance of the building, which are easy for getting around the city.

In this house we will accept pets of small and medium size.

Waiting for you on arrival you will find a nice "welcome kit". Our prerogative is the customer care, courtesy and cleanliness!

Area St. Peter - Vatican

Vatican City, an independent state since 1929 (Lateran Pacts), stands on the site of the martyrdom and burial of Saint Peter. The first Christian Emperor Constantine built a magnificent basilica in the fourth century. A.D. which it was later destroyed and rebuilt over the course of almost 120 years (from 1506 to the consecration in 1614). The project for the new church, the largest in the world with its 22,000 square meters of total area, was attended by the greatest architects of the period, including Bramante, Michelangelo and Maderno.

The Basilica of St. Peter's offers one of the most impressive experiences of architectural space that we can make. Photographs can not convey the impact on the visitor of the vastness of the building, of the splendid decorations and works of art it contains. The alternation during construction between Greek cross and a Latin cross, and the final choice of the latter, explains why one must proceed significantly along the central nave before seeing the beautiful dome of Michelangelo (136 meters high and with a diameter of 42 meters). Among the treasures of St. Peter's, the famous Pieta by Michelangelo himself, the only work signed by the artist who created it at the age of 24 years using a single block of marble, the canopy surmounting the high altar, the authentic visual focus created by Bernini with bronze taken from the Pantheon, and the bronze statue of St. Peter by Arnolfo di Cambio. It surprises the almost total absence of paintings, substituted with mosaics by the Vatican School.

St. Peter's Square, which marks the border with Italy and can hold 300,000 people, welcomes visitors with the embrace of the colonnade designed by Bernini, and is the site of important ceremonies related to the direct relationship of the Pope with the people.

The Vatican Museums and their immense wealth of art, resulting from centuries of papal collections and commissions, offer an extraordinary experience in which the relevance of the works on display is heightened by the splendor of the structures containing them, and which are often the real purpose of the visit. Do not proceed through buildings designed to allow the large numbers of contemporary visitors to see a collection of artifacts in the most functional, but you walk through the galleries and rooms of papal palaces, once for a small elite. The museums also offer a wide variety of collections that include the ancient Greek and Roman art, of which the Vatican owns the largest collection in the world, the Egyptian and Etruscan art and, of course, the great masterpieces of Renaissance art with frescoes of the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel.

The restoration of the Sistine Chapel, which lasted twenty years, and revealed the brilliance of the original colors and allows you to enjoy fully, and in detail, of the biblical episodes on time, and the Last Judgement by Michelangelo, with its almost 400 figures captured in most dramatic moment in the history of mankind. The chapel also contains the famous frescoes, work, among others, by Botticelli, Perugino and Ghirlandaio.

Arrival and departure

Arrival Time: from 12:00
Departure Time: before 11:00

Fee for Check-In / Check-Out overtime

We do not accept arrivals before 12.00 or after 23.00 pm.
Where possible, we will allow you to check out later than 11.00.


The deposit can be paid through one of the following methods of payment:
Bank transfer

Caution deposit

No deposit required


In case of cancellation of reservation will apply the following provisions:
Up to 7 days before arrival, you must pay only the non-refundable deposit of 30%.
Less than 7 days before arrival, the total cost is due.


The structure can not be used for purposes other than tourism.