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8 Roman apartments next to Piazza di Spagna

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    Renting an apartment near Piazza di Spagna is a fantastic option if you’re looking to stay in the city centre and be close to many shops and restaurants during your stay. The Spanish Steps are one of the most famous landmarks in the Roman city, and is a lively area to enjoy both during the day and night. In the very same square, you can appreciate the Barcaza Fountain or the Column of the Immaculate Conception and take in the sights. Via Condotti is one of the main thoroughfares to the square, and is a great spot to window shop along some of the most famous Italian brands. You will have all this and more at your disposal if you choose accommodation near Piazza di Spagna, be it in any of the perpendicular roads – such as Via Borgognona, Via delle Carrozze or Via Frattina. Here prices usually vary between £60 and £100 per night. We can assure that you will have an unforgettable experience in this vibrant area, as it is also well connected to emblematic places such as the Sant’Andrea della Fratte, the Pantheon or Piazza Venezia.

    Accommodation close to the Spanish Steps in Rome

    This square and its surroundings contain some of the best kept secrets and wonders of the Eternal City, so, before you begin your Roman adventure, we have a list of the 8 best apartments in the area of Piazza di Spagnato relax in after a long weekend exploring the labyrinth that is the City of Rome.

    1. Renovated apartment in Via Frattina

    This apartment is located in a beautiful historic building and is on one of the most popular streets in the area. In fact its location is unbeatable, as you will be just a minute walk from Piazza di Spagna, 4 minutes from the Trevi Fountain and also very close to Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. It is a one bedroom studio with a queen size bed and a double sofa bed, so it is family-friendly. It is also close to the Piazza di Spagna metro and requires a minimum stay of 3 nights.

    • Type of accommodation: Apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 4 people.

    • Size: 50 m².

    • Location: Via Frattina.

    • Services: sheets and towels, kitchen, wifi, a / c, washing machine, balcony and cable TV.

    • Flexible cancellation: Yes

    • Instant booking: No.

    2. Weekend apartment in Vía Del Babuino with cot

    This apartment is in another of the best streets in the area. There are numerous shops nearby and Piazza di Spagna just 100m away. It is highly recommended for families or groups of friends, as it is quite spacious and has high-speed broadband. The 4-6 guest capacity capacity can be expanded with the adjoining study, but changes the nightly price as a result. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, an dining area and two large and comfortable sofas.

    • Type of accommodation: apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 6 people.

    • Size: 90 m².

    • Location: Via del Babuino.

    • Services: kitchen, wifi, elevator, balcony, cot, washing machine, heating and a / c, sheets and towels included.

    • Flexible cancellation: Yes

    • Instant booking: Yes

    3. Gorgeous apartment close to Piazza di Spagna with 3 bedrooms

    This apartment near Piazza di Spagna is every Instagrammer’s dream. Adorned with pastel colours, retro furniture and modern furnishings, you have the perfect holiday apartment in the heart of Rome. We recommend it especially if you travel with friends, although it also has a cot if you’re visiting with small children. You will be just one minute from the Barcaccia Fountain and major shopping streets. It has 3 bedrooms, with two doubles and one single bed, plus a double sofa bed in the living room.

    • Type of accommodation: apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 7 people.

    • Size: 98 m².

    • Location: Via Bocca di Leone, 00187.

    • Services: wifi, television, sheets and towels, heating and air conditioning, balcony, lift, full kitchen, cot and also pets.

      Flexible cancellation: No

      Instant booking: No

    4. Accommodation near Piazza di Spagna in Vía Gregoriana

    This apartment with a terrace near Piazza di Spagna is another great option for your getaway. The terrace is perfect for having breakfast and dining outdoors, and you also have a large sofa and two bedrooms with two large and clean bathrooms. Nearby there are some of the best ice cream (gelato) shops in Rome, many restaurants and a supermarket just a minute’s walk away.

    • Type of accommodation: apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 6 people.

    • Size: 84 m².

    • Location: Via Gregoriana.

    • Services: balcony, wifi, television, sheets and towels, terrace, washing machine, air conditioning, elevator, doorman, heating and kitchen.

    • Flexible cancellation: No

    • Instant booking: No

    5. Apartment with views over Piazza di Spagna

    A few metres from Piazza di Spagna is this apartment with a terrace and some of the best views of the square. It is in a pedestrianised zone, but includes parking so if you have rented a car there’s no problems. The owner is happy to give you directions to the main monuments from there, and also organise bike tours for tenants who would like it. They will welcome you with a Prosecco and a fruit basket! It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sofa bed and the minimum stay is 3 nights.

    • Type of accommodation: Holiday apartment

    • Maximum capacity: 5 people.

    • Size: 70 m².

    • Location: Piazza di Spagna.

    • Services: terrace, air conditioning, television, wifi, elevator, washing machine, kitchen, heating and parking.

    • Flexible cancellation: No

    • Instant booking: Yes

    6. Apartment in Vía Firenze

    The tiled floors in this apartment are to die for! It is located about 16 minutes walk from Piazza di Spagna, but right next to it is the metro station that can get you there in less than 8 minutes. The best thing is that it also has a pool, which is a rarity for accommodation in Rome unless you’re further away! The owners organise excursions to the beach with the guests and they can recommend the best way to get from the accommodation to the main points of interest.

    • Type of accommodation: holiday apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 6 people.

    • Size: 143 m².

    • Location: Via Firenze.

    • Services: swimming pool, balcony, air conditioning, parking, wifi, kitchen, sheets and towels, cot, heating, lift and is wheelchair accessible.

    • Flexible cancellation: No

    • Instant booking: Yes

    7. Apartment close to Vía del Corso

    In total there are 3 bedrooms, two with a double bed, one with a sofa bed and another in the living room. In addition, there are two bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. The piece de resistance is surely its great location and its very own beautiful four-poster bed. In 3 minutes you are in Piazza di Spagna, but it is also close to the Borghese Palace and the Vía del Corso.

    • Type of accommodation: apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 7 people.

    • Size: 130 m².

    • Location: Via Tomacelli.

    • Services: cot, sheets and towels, wifi, kitchen, a / c, washing machine, heating and television.

    • Flexible cancellation: No

    • Instant booking: Yes

    8. Apartment next to Piazza del Popolo

    This accommodation is located just 10 minutes walk from Piazza di Spagna. The minimum stay is 3 nights, and you will love its 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. In addition there is a sofa bed in the living room, and in one of the rooms there are single beds. It is an ideal place for families, with enough space if you are with small children. The Vatican is also easily reachable via bus.

    • Type of accommodation: apartment.

    • Maximum capacity: 6 people.

    • Size: 95 m².

    • Location: Via Flamina.

    • Services: a / c, heating, elevator, fully equipped kitchen, sheets and towels, wifi and television.

    • Flexible cancellation: No

    • Instant booking: Yes

    Wonders of the beautiful Piazza di Spagna

    The famous Spanish Steps were built during the eighteenth century with 135 to climb, 135 steps, and is a popular spot for visitors and locals alike to sit and enjoy the good weather. Originally it united the Spanish embassy before the Holy See with the church of Trinitá de Monti, hence the name of the square. It was financed by the French Bourbons and designed by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco de Sanctis. Another great attraction is the Fontana della Barcaccia, a beautiful baroque fountain commissioned by Bernini that shines in all its splendour among the bustle of people. As a result of the flooding of the Tiber River, an interesting solution was found. They partially submerged the sculptures leaving them for ornamental value.

    The month July hosts one of the most popular festivities among Italians, the Donna Sotto le Stelle. Literally translating as “woman under the stars”, it is a parade of world-class Italian fashion designers, some of whom have shops on the Via Condotti that leads to the same square. Here you can find luxury fashion brands such as Valentino, Bulgari or Gucci. The models descend the steps of Piazza di Spagna in spectacularly elegant costumes. The Via del Babuino is another of the most important in the area as it connects Piazza di Spagna with Piazza del Popolo. Within the same square you can also see the Obelisk of Pope Pius VI, the Column of the Immaculate and the Propaganda Fide Palace.

    The square became a mecca for artists, writers and intellectuals from all over Europe. In its surroundings you can find houses where poets such as John Keats and Percy Shelley once lived, and you will also discover Babington’s tea room. Its Anglo-Saxon name is named after its founders Isabel Cargill and Anna Maria Babington, who used it to attract the English and Italian upper class and turn Piazza di Spagna into the heart of Rome’s culture and literature. The stars of Hollywood cinema also surrendered to the charms of the Piazza di Spagna, filming with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn.

    Points of interest close to the Piazza di Spagna in Rome

    • Trevi Fountain – Toss a coin into one of the most famous fountains in the world. This is a beautiful area to stay and is fairly close to Piazza di Spagna – approximately 8 minutes walk along Via di Propaganda.

    • Piazza Navona:This square is about 15 minutes walk from Piazza Spagna, Via della Fontanella di Borghese and Via della Scrofa. It is another of the best areas to stay in the city, as there are many restaurants, cafes and terraces to have a drink. It is the second most popular square in Rome, with some of the most beautiful fountains in the Italian capital.

    • The Colosseum: To go from Plaza España to the Colosseum you have two alternatives: take the metro to the Colosseo stop, which takes about 16 minutes, or go on a walk of approximately 30 minutes walking along Via dei

    • Due Macelli: This is one of the most iconic views of the city.

    • Piazza del Popolo: Only 10 minutes walk along Vía del Babuino, this used to be the entrance to Ancient Rome, and today remains one of the most recognisable symbols of the city with its central Obelisk. In the Church of Santa Maria del Popolo you can see works by Caravaggio.

    • Via Condotti: This is one of the streets that lead to Piazza di Spagna, and is the most glamorous and luxurious area of ​​the Italian capital. Today a mix of celebrities, locals and tourists mingle on Via Condotti.

    • Church Trinità dei Monti. This is the church that crowns the Spanish Steps. It is possible to visit everyday except Mondays, from 6.30am-8pm, except on Thursdays where they close at midnight.

    • Pincio Gardens: Very close to Piazza del Popolo is Mount Pincio, which is 13 minutes from Piazza Spagna on Via di Sebastianello. These are a series of neoclassical gardens with numerous sculptures and paths to get lost.

    • Villa Medici: This is also located on Mount Pincio, and was founded by Fernando I di Medici. It is located right next to the Villa Borghese gardens, which are also worth a visit if you are in the area.

    • Quirinal Palace: This palace is 14 minutes walk from the Piazza di Spagna on Via della Stamperia and is another of the most beautiful gardens to visit in the city of Rome.

    There are many apartments near Piazza di Spagna in Rome – you are sure to find the one that best suits you. Visiting at the end of the year is a great idea for watching the fireworks on the square in all their splendour. In the summer it is also incredibly lively, and is full of people sitting on the steps and enjoying a gelato. Don’t wait any longer!

    Kate Harvey

    Hailing from the UK, but collecting ingredients, books and musical genres from here, there and everywhere else.