Located in the heart of Rome, just a short walking distance from the Spanish Steps, this property has been recently renovated by a well-known Roman architect and is situated on the first floor of the Noble Genga Palace. It was built in the sixteenth century by the Cardinal Annibale della Genga who later became Pope Leone XII. The building has a doorman and is safeguarded in its entirety by the Italian Ministry of Culture because of the numerous Renaissance frescos on the ceilings.
This extra luxury mansion is designed in a current, sophisticated touch with elegant furniture, artful paintings and marble accents.
Perfect for a family getaway, business trip, honeymoon, couples or friends retreat, the mansion has an authentic, old-world elegance and top of the line modern amenities to suit any occasion and welcome you to Rome in style.
In the glamorous lounge, two sumptuous sofas invites you to take a seat an admire the striking frescoed ceilings. In the fully equipped kitchen, you’ll find state of the art appliances, a dishwasher, Nespresso machine and design toaster. The dining room is thoughtfully adorned with elegant furnishings, a marble fireplace and ornate chandelier lighting over a table for eight.
If you’re thinking of hosting a dinner party or social gathering, you’ll appreciate the vast lounge areas and a grand billiards room, great for entertaining and surrounded with tasteful artworks.
The master bedroom comes with a king sized bed and en-suite large bathroom with private Gym and Jacuzzi bathtub where you can Pamper yourself after exploring the city.
With such an incredibly central location, Rome is yours to discover.
A 2-minute walk lands you at the bottom of the Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna and countless iconic and historical destinations are within five to fifteen minutes. You could travel by foot to Fontana di Trevi, Piazza del Popolo, the Pantheon, The Colosseum and Roman Forum and so much more. Whether you like to plan out your site-seeing or just wander, you won’t have any trouble finding historical buildings, museums, art galleries, fine dining, and amazing cafes. And, if you’d like to do some high-end shopping, you are just a few paces from the famed designer boutiques of Via Condotti.