Bella Roma

from€2,597/week· Apartment

In the heart of the Eternal City, just off Piazza del Popolo, famous for its twin churches and grand Flaminio obelisk, a special elegant residence is hidden on the top floor of an historical palazzo that sits on a tree-lined street near the Tiber River. Enter through the elegant courtyard and take the elevator to Bella Roma, where the bright decor and multiple skylight windows create a pleasant light-drenched space. The 1300 sqf apartment is perfect for two couples or a family of four who wants to spend some time in style and comfort during their Roman Holidays.



Weekly rates & Availability

FromToWeekly rate
  • Security deposit: €700 to be held by the agency on credit card guarantee
  • Check-in between 2pm and 6pm. Check-out by 10am
  • All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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Included with rent
  • Electricity, water and final cleaning
  • Wi-Fi internet access
Not included with rent
  • Staff hours, available on request: €15 per hour/per staff member

Previous guests say

Christine W. • October 2018

Amazing location! Great little apartment. Convenient to so many things. Very safe area. Apartment vs hotel makes you feel like a local!


What to do in Lazio, Rome City
Lazio, or Latium in Latin, is the cradle of the Roman empire and is incredibly rich in outstandingly well-preserved relics from different periods from its long history. This part of Italy is highly sought after not solely for Rome, the metropolitan capital of Italy (also known as The Eternal City), but also for Vatican City (also known as The Holy See) and its many wonderful museums. Other important cities are Frosinone, Latina, Viterbo and Rieti - all worth a visit.,

No other city can match Rome’s unique blend of historic, cultural, religious, political and artistic attractions. Its palaces, ancient ruins, sun splashed piazzas and graceful fountains have inspired visitors from all over the world. The Eternal City has so much to offer and hiring a local guide is the best way to cover as much as possible during your stay. Anyway, no matter how you decide to plan your visit, when in Rome, do as the Romans do!

Where to eat

La Buca di Ripetta – Serving Roman cuisine near Piazza del Popolo. This is a no-frill spot loved by locals, the perfect place to order tonnarelli cacio e pepe, fresh local pasta that looks like square spaghetti in a luscious cheese and black pepper sauce.
Via Ripetta 36, Rome. +39 06 321 9391

Bella Carne - Kosher Grill and traditional Jewish Cuisine in the heart of the Roman Ghetto.
Via del Portico d’Ottavia 51, Rome - +39 06 683 3104

Ginger - Many healthy choices in a modern and fun space a few steps from Piazza di Spagna.
Via Borgognona 43, Rome - +39 06 960 36390

Casa Coppelle – Elegant and romantic restaurant near the Pantheon, open late up to 3:00am.
Piazza delle Coppelle 49, Rome - +39 06 688 91707

Taverna Trilussa - Old faithful, traditional Roman restaurant in Trastevere, great bucatini amatriciana.
Via del Politeama 23-25, Rome - +39 06 581 8918

Where to shop

Clothing – Rome is another Italian Mecca for shoppers! Stroll the Trident, the so-called area framed by Via del Corso, Via del Babuino, Via Ripetta — and including all the little cross streets of Via Condotti, Via Frattina, Via Borgognona - to find the best of international and Italian luxury brand stores. Shop till you drop!

Perfumes – Campomarzio70
Piazza della Rotonda 70a, Rome - +39 06 6798384

Children stores: Città del Sole - Toys from around the world, both handmade and famous brands. Wooden toys, educational games, original gift ideas, books and a lot more.
Via della Scrofa 65, Rome - +39 06 688 03805

Hand-made shoes: Altariva - Great selection of leather shoes.
Via del Tritone 31, Rome - +39 06 8698 4609

Specialty Food store: Antica Norcineria.
Via della Scrofa 100, Rome - +39 06 68801074