Domus Quiritum Villa Apartment

//Domus Quiritum Villa Apartment

Domus Quiritum Villa, recently renovated, is located on the second and top floor of an independent villa set in a 3000- square-meter park. The apartment has two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and a large living room with kitchenette. The two sunny rooms, which have large windows facing onto the park, have beds with hypoallergenic, ergonomic and breathable Memory Foam mattresses and pillows, as well as air-conditioning and Wi-Fi.

The spacious bathroom, shared between the two rooms, has a large window overlooking the park and a large two-person shower. The living room with antique furniture, fireplace and a large bookcase feels like a philosopher’s study: on a rainy day you can spend the afternoon relaxing and reading a good book. Guests may use the kitchenette, which faces the living room. There are also two large terraces that offer an amazing view of the park surrounding the house, as well as the Archaeological Park of the Tombs of Via Latina and the Tomb of Cecilia Metella – especially enchanting at sunset. You are welcome to use the fruits and vegetables from our garden, as well as the parking spot inside the villa. We also provide linens and towels, hair dryer and iron. Cookies, jams, cakes, fruit juices and honey – all made using ingredients from our garden – are available for breakfast or afternoon tea.

Domus Quiritum Villa is located in the Appio neighborhood, next to one of the most interesting archaeological areas of Rome: the Appian Way. The Appian Way was in fact known to the Romans as the «Regina Viarum» (Queen of the Roads), and universally considered one of the largest engineering works of the ancient world. It’s just a 10-minute walk from the Villa – or you can get there using the bicyles we make available to guests! It is also an easy walk to the Archaeological Park of the Tombs of Via Latina (just a few meters), Caffarella Park (less than 700 meters), the Tomb of Cecilia Metella (less than 2 km) and the San Callisto Catacombs (less than 3 km). The closest metro stop is Arco di Travertino (Line A), making it easy to get to Termini station, St. Peter’s, the Spanish Steps and the Colosseum.