Besides, the apartment has three large bedrooms (one with a double bed and two with two single beds), each with its own bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen (with refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, small appliances) and a space used as laundry (with ironing board and washing machine).
The apartment is equipped with bed and table linen, towels, as well as air conditioning, heating, Internet and Wi-Fi, television. Parking spaces available. Cot and highchair for baby/infant upon request. Within walking distance of grocery stores, shops and restaurants.
They are the work of the Roman sculptor Vincenzo Gajassi (1801 - 1861) according to the design by his master, the Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1768 - 1844): they come from Palazzo Torlonia in Rome (demolished in 1903 to improve the town-planning of Piazza Venezia), where they decorated the ceiling of the Salon of Psyche. These stuccos have recently been the object of a competent and careful restoration. Additional specimens with the same origin are still today in the Ladies Lounge of Villa Maraini in Rome, headquarter of the Swiss Institute.
Pets not allowed.