The flat is modern and refined is located in an historical palace at 3th floor with elevator. This flat has incredible location, elegance and charm. A sublime fusion between modernism, quality service, and efficiency with an antique aroma. A stay at Vite Flat give both the tourist and business traveler alike the possibility to experience the atmosphere of an authentic 1700's Roman apartment. A unique and unrepeatable experience in an extraordinary setting in the heart of eternal Rome.
The location of Vite Flat is simply superlative; in Via della Vite with windows on Via del Corso, main artery of the historical center.
Between the Fountain of Trevi and the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps; four cardinal points, four Roman splendors, places among those most noted worldwide, all reached within a 5 to 10 minute walk. For the business traveler getting around is really easy.
In Largo Goldoni or Piazza San Silvestro, reached in only 2 minutes on foot, find the taxi station, while in Piazza di Spagna find the underground station line A, central axis of the entire city. Finally, numerous bus lines that run in both directions on Via del Corso.
The recent renovation add a touch of preciousness.
The apartment,can accommodate up to 4 people together in the two rooms (two people in a comfortable sofa bed and two in bunk bed). On request it is possible to have an additional bed
The flat is furnished with full kitchen and bathroom with shower.
And is not lacking all amenities necessary for relaxing after an intense day; Air conditioning, TV, satellite, DVD, WI-FI internet.
The kitchen is fully equipped with utensils and all kitchenware needed to prepare meals that can be enjoyed within the antique walls of an apartment where modernism and history combine harmoniously.
The wide entrance with ceilings to 4,30 mt. has a special bunk bed and a big closet.
The bath, with a great shower, is chic and essential with Vietri's maiolica that cover all the walls.
We invite you to read the acrobat document of the Ottoboni palace's history: Palazzo Ottoboni