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North of the historic center of Rome elegant and powerful palazzi line the street that winds uphill, connecting Piazza Barberini and Villa Borghese.

This street, Via Veneto, is the heart of la Dolce Vita. Here some of Rome’s biggest and most loved historic hotels welcome guests from all over the world. Chic sidewalk cafès sit under stone pines or elegant shades to keep guests cool as they sip cold cappuccinos or spritz at the golden hour. Just at the end of the hill is one of the entrances to Rome’s Villa Borghese, its third largest public park, filled with paved walk ways that stitch across the entire park – perfect for walking or biking. It’s also home to the famed Galleria Borghese, which holds a large part of the noble family’s private collection, including paintings by Caravaggio and scultures by Gianlorenzo Bernini.

Here in this illustrious neighborhood you’ll find the newest member of our growing portfolio of vacation rentals: AP21 Villa Borghese. The spacious home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with showers, a fully equipped eat-in kitchen, and living room. The home is located on the second floor of an elegant 19th century palazzo with convenient access by elevator. The home can comfortably accommodate up to 7 guests which makes it the perfect location for a large family or group of friends ready to explore the Eternal City from a central location, walking distance from some of the city’s most famous monuments and plenty of public transportation options.

Upon entering the new AP21 Villa Borghese vacation rental by Rome Accommodation, the space opens into the living room and eat-in kitchen for family breakfast and dinners together.

Upon entering the new AP21 Villa Borghese vacation rental by Rome Accommodation, the space opens into the living room and eat-in kitchen for family breakfast and dinners together.

 

A Tour of the new AP21 Villa Borghese vacation apartment

 

The vacation apartment is located on Via Marche, a street parallel to Via Veneto. The apartment is located on the second floor of the building and accessible by elevator. The entire apartment was renovated this year and furnished with our guests’ comfort and convenience in mind.

Upon entering the apartment, the space opens into the living room and eat-in kitchen which is fully equipped for all of your home cooking needs. The kitchen features an oven, gas stove, dishwasher and microwave. Coffee, salt, sugar, and Italian olive oil are included in the rental rate, as well as exclusive use of the kitchen, table and glassware, pots, pans, and utensils.

Through the kitchen all three bedrooms and both baths are connected by a short corridor. The first bedroom on the left hosts two single beds making a perfect children’s room. The second bedroom is a triple, with a queen-sized bed and single bed perfect as a small family suite. Finally the third bedroom is a master suite featuring a queen-sized bed and ensuite bath. All bedrooms have large windows that let the natural sunny Roman sunshine pour in.

The home offers complimentary wifiair conditioning and independent heating. For long stays (or just long trips), the in-home washing machine makes washing clothes a breeze.

One of three bedrooms, with a queen-sized bed and ensuite bath

One of three bedrooms, with a queen-sized bed and ensuite bath

One of two of the baths with shower cabin

One of two of the baths with shower cabin

A triple bedroom with queen-sized bed and single bed

A triple bedroom with queen-sized bed and single bed

 

What’s near AP21 Villa Borghese vacation apartment?

Aside from Villa BorgheseVia Veneto, and Piazza Barberini that are just minutes by foot from the apartment, also within a few minutes walk is the Spanish StepsGalleria Borghese, and Villa Medici.

The Spanish Steps are a must for every visitor to the Eternal City. Recently renovated by the Roman jewelry and fashion brand Bulgari, the steps are in pristine condition despite the heavy foot traffic they attract. The historic steps have connected Piazza di Spagna with the church Trinità dei Monti for centuries, and today proves to be one of the shopping hubs of the city. Go window shopping down Via VittoriaVia Babuino, or Via Condotti, locally known as the ‘Fifth Avenue of Rome’. Then head to some of our favorite places to eat in the Spanish Steps neighborhood.

For a spectacular afternoon head to Villa Medici for a tour of the stunning country palace that now houses the French Academy. Learn the interesting history of the building, the family, and the gardens. Tip: take an afternoon tour so that you’re at the garden terrace for sunset for beautiful, golden views of the Eternal City. Then stop for an aperitivo in the Cafe Colbert, located inside Villa Medici.

For even more of our go-to’s near Via Veneto, have a look at our Spagna and Trevi Fountain Guide!


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