About this accommodationSuper-convenient location the Tritone Triumph apartment is perfect for exploring all of the sites of Rome, starting with the world-famous Trevi Fountain which is just a few blocks away.
Super-convenient location the Tritone Triumph apartment is perfect for exploring all of the sites of Rome, starting with the world-famous Trevi Fountain. No trip to Rome would be complete without making a wish and throwing coins in the fountain which is just a few minutes walk from the apartment!
Located just off upscale Via del Tritone which is crowned by Piazza Barberini and the favorite Trident Fountain, from which the apartment derives its name, the Tritone Triumph apartment is in the Spanish Steps-Trevi Fountain area, the most requested area for seeing the sites of historic Rome. It is walkable to the sites and convenient to transportation options. Explore the many excellent restaurants for either fancy or casual dining, shop along Via del Tritone and Via del Corso or enjoy a gelato at one of the many gourmet gelaterias in the neighborhood. A supermarket is just one block away.
The comfortable Tritone Triump apartment is bright and high in the building. The living room has two sets of French doors with charming Juliet balconies, two sofas for ample seating and a dining table. Original beamed ceilings above provide a real Roman atmosphere.
The kitchen is well appointed.
The bedrooms are at the back of the apartment which means quiet for sleeping in a bustling city like Rome. The master bedroom is spacious and has a small en suite bathroom. The second bedroom has a day bed that can be prepared as a queen bed for two.2 BEDROOMS; SLEEPS 4
Bedroom 1: Extra wide queen bed
Bedroom 2: Queen day bed2 BATHROOMS
Bathroom 1: Shower sink, toilet
Bathroom 2: Shower, sink, toilet
- Sleeping Spaces
- Kid/Family Friendly
|THINGS TO NOTE|
|Size||969 sq ft, 90 m2|
|Payment||Hospitality tax is paid in cash on arrival. Go to www.italyperfect.com/tax for current rate.|
|Utilities/Taxes||Heat and air conditioning dates on/off and daily cycles are set by government.|