Crossing Condotti Description
Crossing Condotti is a luxury guesthouse in the historic centre of Rome, just 50 metres to the Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps. It is situated on the first floor of a historic building, and filled with antiques, paintings and prints collected by the owner. The building is surrounded by the most famous boutiques (Gucci, Prada, Hermès, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Valentino, Armani, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Cartier...), but also by renowned restaurants, bars and tea & coffee rooms of the Eternal City. And while here, do as the Romans have done for centuries: stroll down the via dei Condotti towards the Spanish Steps.
Five double deluxe rooms and one junior suite have parquet floors, high (wooden) ceilings and feature quality beds, linens and furniture. Facilities include airconditioning, LCD satellite TV, SKY Pay-tv, direct dial telephone, laptop safe, and free wired and WiFi internet. Bathrooms have tub-shower, L’Occitane toiletry amenities, slippers, robes and hairdyer. The suite also features a CD/DVD player and Turkish (spa) bath.
At arrival guests will find a welcome tray with with all the necesseties to prepare hot drinks such as coffee, tea, cappuccino and hot chocolate as well as snacks. A kitchenette, at guests' disposal, is provided with Nespresso coffee machine, ice-machine and refrigerator offering free soft drinks throughout the day.
The qualified multilingual staff is available every day from 08:30 to 18:30. They will be pleased to give detailed information and to organize sightseeing, museum visits, transfers, car hire, table reservation and anything else to render this Roman stay a very comfortable and memorable one.
• within 5 minutes' walk: Piazza del Popolo, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Ara Pacis, Villa Borghese Gardens, Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina;
• within 10 minutes' walk: Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, Foro Romano;
• within 15 minutes' walk: The Vatican City, St. Peter’s cathedral and the Cappella Sistina, Colosseo, via Veneto, Campo dei Fiori, via Giulia.
Your host: Francesco Bevacqua