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The apartments in the very heart of Rome offer all the comforts and services one might expect in the best hotels in town, to which we add informal and unusual treats […]


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Apartment with balcony

First floor, 48 sqm for max 3 people (2 Adults and 1 Child max 12 years old). Open plan kitchen with large dining space, featuring vintage furnishings from the 70’s. […]


Studio apartment

First floor, 35 sqm for 2 people. The ancient entrance door opens onto a corridor with a large closet opposite the bathroom, equipped with sauna and shower. […]


Left corner apartment

Second floor, 50 sqm for 2 people. The floor still has the marble chip tiles of old, with cement “inlays”. The large bright room features an installation-bed in the middle. […]


Right corner apartment

Second floor, 49 sqm for 2 people: Bedroom, overlooking the square, with separable beds crowned by a large stuffed painting that reproduces a specific Roman fresco found […]


Grand apartment

Second floor, 63 sqm for max 4 people (3 Adults or 2 Adults and 2 Children max 12 years old). In this flat the old cement tiles and the large mantelpiece in the bedroom […]


Master apartment

Third floor, 69 sqm for max 3 people (2 Adults and 1 Child max 12 years old). The sunshine brushes the wood flooring of this bright apartment. The biggest one […]

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A soft light, timeless and evocative atmosphere, a touch of elegance that allows no mawkishness. You don’t have to be a connoisseur: we offer the magic of excellence […]



Hotel Rex is an historic 4-star hotel that was born in the late 19th century and it has been managed by the Cau family since the ‘80s. The position is excellent: central and close […]


Stazione di Posta

Located in Testaccio, the 20th rione (district) of Rome, Stazione di Posta joins an exceptional history with a unique location. Born from the conversion of Campo Boario […]



Throughout time, an abstract light of events and heroes has irradiated the roman coasts, a treasure of history and legends. Getting to Rome through the Mediterranean Sea is now […]