This 130sq m, two-bedroom suite sleeps up to four adults. It has a 30sq m terrace with views of Via della Croce and the Basilica, and an indoor dining room that can seat up to 10 guests. The high-ceilinged sitting room has exposed beams and 18th-century Italian art on the walls, and the mosaic-tiled bathroom has twin sinks, an aromatherapy shower, which turns into a hammam, and Santa Novella bath products. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, and the second has twin beds that can be pushed together to make a double. The suite comes with a TV, DVD player, iPod dock, WiFi and wired internet, air-conditioning, and minibar.
Trinità dei Monti Suite
1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
A perfect couples’ hideaway, this 60sq m apartment has an enormous 50sq m of trellised terrace space with views of St Peter’s dome: the rooftop terrace has sunloungers and a Jacuzzi, and the lower-level balcony is set for alfresco dining. The sitting room and library each have a working fireplace. In the marble bathroom are twin sinks, an aromatherapy and chromotherapy shower, which can convert into a hammam, and Santa Maria Novella bath products. The antique-furnished bedroom has a king-size bed. The suite comes with a TV, DVD player, iPod dock, WiFi and wired internet, air-conditioning, and minibar.
Goethe's Home - exclusive use
2cribs - free for ages 0 to 2
Both suites can interconnect via a sweeping, oil-painting-lined, marble staircase to create one large apartment. This creates a space with three bedrooms, two bathrooms both with all-singing, all-dancing aromatherapy and chromotherapy showers, a beamed dining room with space for up to 10 guests, and a roof terrace with a Jacuzzi and views of central Rome's rooftops.