We developed the Dolce Family vacation apartment – a modern vacation rental down the street from the Spanish Steps and designed especially for families visiting Rome with children – a few years ago. Due to popular demand, we’ve moved the apartment to a new location (within in the same building) with improved amenities and fresh design. Take a look!
A few years ago when we first developed the Dolce Family apartment concept, we set out to design an apartment that was family friendly for kids of all ages, from infants to toddlers. We know traveling with multigenerational family members presents unique challenges, but we also know that traveling with the whole family is an unforgettable, rewarding experience. So for those families traveling with small children, looking for the perfect, family-friendly place to stay in Rome then look no further than Dolce Family!
Your children will be excited to find a large selection of toys, games, books, and interactive amenities to keep them busy while the adults enjoy the comforts of the home. The kids’ room features bunk beds and shelves full of age-appropriate toys and games for ages 0-9. You’ll find a little bit of everything, from board books to books for young readers, traditional board games to plush toys, and even Duplos to let your kids’ imagination flow! For an even more interactive treat, our upgrade features a state-of-the-art Magic Wall console that’s loaded with hundreds of games and activities for young children and children at heart!
What happens if your child falls in love with one the toys (s)he finds in the Dolce Family home? You’re encouraged to take it with you! Just leave behind another toy in good condition, so that future children continue to find a wide variety of engaging toys and games in the apartment.
Don’t miss out on bath time for the kids or the adults! The apartment features two full baths, one ensuite the master bedroom with a shower cabin and the other off the living room with a large hydromassage tub. For kids, the tub is convenient for bath time. For adults, too the hydromassage turns the bath into a private oasis to relax after a long day exploring the city!
A changing table for infants is also included in the bath with the tub.
Dinner time is family time. After a good day visiting Rome’s museums and monuments, come home to prepare a home cooked meal (or reserve a private chef through our Chef@Home service who will prepare a traditional Italian meal!) in the comfort of your own home. For smaller children a high chair and booster seat are already found in the home to make meal time even more convenient. Need anything else? Just ask our reservationists and you’ll find everything you need when you arrive!
While the Dolce Family apartment is just 2 bedrooms, we manage a second apartment in the same building, Dolce Vita II, which makes the perfect extension for additional family members. The second apartment offers an additional bedroom, bath and living area (as well as pull out sofa) for up to four more people. It’s the perfect place to give the grandparents, aunt and uncle, cousins, friends or older siblings their own space!
Rome-Accommodation.net has been a leading vacation rental management company in Rome for over a decade, welcoming thousands of visitors to the Eternal City each year. Each year we invest in improving our homes to keep up with the modern conveniences are international guests are seeking, and our international staff is always eager to lend a hand to make sure everything is perfect for your stay.
We are leaders in large apartments for big families and groups, with a selection of fine apartments in the center of the city with 4+ bedrooms and baths, like our Margana Palace just minutes from the Campidoglio which can host up to 20 guests in 9 bedrooms and 8 baths. Take a look at all of our Family Friendly vacation rentals on Rome-Accommodation.net and use filters to narrow your search by neighborhood, number of guests, nightly rate and amenities. Take a look at our special offers at the moment for the best available rates anywhere online!
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