Colosseo: in a sought-after location in the historic Roman city-centre, just 40 meters from the Colosseum, “Aurora al Colosseo” is a 100 sq.m elegant apartment at third floor (no lift) that can comfortably accommodate up to 5 guests.
Its characteristic paneled ceilings and its ceiling beams, parquet floors, fine decorations and plays of light give the rooms a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
The entrance hall leads to the main room – the living-dining room furnished with a large settee, an entertainment centre with TV, DVD and LCD and a large dining table with a set of chairs where all the guests can relax after a tiring day wandering around the streets of the eternal city.
Adjoining the living room is a large kitchen with all mod-cons: stove, hob, grill and micro-wave cooker, dish-washer, espresso coffee-machine, kettle and toaster.
The bedrooms look onto an inner courtyard, giving a real sense of privacy and tranquility. The master bedroom boasts a double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower; the second bedroom is furnished with two single beds (that can be joined to form a double bed). Both are finely decorated and practically furnished for maximum comfort. The main bathroom has a bath-tub with shower.
For your convenience there is wifi Internet connection, air-conditioning and a washing machine.
The name on the interphone of the front door is Ghezzi. The building has 3 floors, and the apartment is the one on the right.
I will personally take care of the check in and show the apartment
I will make sure to help guests bringing their bags to the third floor.
I like to be available and I answer very fast each time my guests need any kind of support or suggestions.
Extra city tax of 3,50 per person per night
Check in: 14:00
Check out: 10:00
Extra city tax: the "Tourist Tax" of the City of Rome of 3,5€ per person per day. To be paid in cash at your arrival.
Hi, my name is Roberta. After graduating in Oriental Languages in Venice, I worked on development cooperation projects for many years, and thanks to this job I travelled a lot, in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, India, China and Tibet. I like to think that different cultures are an enrichment of one’s own, rather than separation barriers. For this reason, travelling has meant and still means a lot to me. After many years spent abroad, I decided to settle in Rome. This activity allows me to host people from all over the world, and make them feel at home by providing them with the right tools to live and love this beautiful city. From a human perspective, it gives me the opportunity to return the hospitality I have received during my travels and to keep a window open onto the world.