Rome, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 208
“In the heart of timeless Rome”.
The building, whose origins date back to the period between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, is a building of considerable historical interest.
It is located in the heart of Rome, adjacent to the ancient ruins of the Teatro di Pompeo, along the ancient axis of the Via Papale and near the major examples of Renaissance and Baroque architecture of the Capital.
It consists of a total of 8 floors, of which 6 above ground and 2 basements, and presents a volumetric plant that develops on a “C” floor plan, presenting on the first floor a terrace on the side of Via del Pellegrino.
The interior finishes are in line with the era of construction and enhanced with the recent renovation.