Crossing Condotti

City Centre, Rome, Italy

Facilities

  • Dining: No meals are served at Crossing Condotti. But guests are welcome to use the communal kitchenette which has a fridge, an ice machine and complimentary soft drinks, Nespresso coffee and tea. The Junior Suite has it's own kitchenette, the Crossing Corso Apartment has a fully equipped kitchen
  • Communal areas: A small guest living room
  • Internet Access: Free WiFi throughout
  • Swimming Pool: None
  • Spa Treatments: None, but the Junior Suite has it's own Turkish hammam
  • Recreational: Reception staff can assist with booking restaurants, tours and theatre tickets. Apartment guest have access to a concierge service
  • Weddings and Celebrations: Not suitalble
  • Meetings/Functions: Not suitable
  • Disabled Access: None
  • Pets: Welcome by prior arrangement
  • Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish, Italian - the reception staff are helpful and multilingual

When to go?

Anytime, but September, October, April and May have the best weather - sunny skies but not too hot. However, they are also high season (and busy). It’s very hot in July and August, but also vibrant, with open-air free festivals. In August some businesses close (though not in the tourist centre).

Features include:

  • Walk to restaurants (offsite)
  • Communal kitchenette
  • Guest lounge
  • WIFI internet
  • Concierge service
  • Pets welcome by arrangement
  • Airport Transfers
Save to favouritesPrintMailCrossing CondottiThis discreet hideaway is beguilingly close to the designer boutiques that throng Tridente, the area around Via Condotti. Fendi, Prada, Bulgari, Christian Lacroix, Dolce & Gabbana, and hundreds of other lesser-known designers are all within easy reach. Not to mention the Spanish Steps, Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo and the Trevi Fountain. Crossing Condotti is an intimate downtown pad - donít expect a hotel, there are just 6 [r:IT070:rooms] in this graceful townhouse apartment, plus a self-catering apartment around the corner. Accommodation is romantic and extremely comfortable, with big beds and antique furnishings, yet the design has a light, delicate feel which makes this bolthole seem particularly serene. You get your own key and the small reception area is staffed during the day - they can book restaurants, tours and theatre tickets for you. Thereís no breakfast, though a Nespresso machine in the communal kitchen will get you through until you reach a bar (of which there are many nearby) to breakfast as the Romans do: standing up. Itís great - cosy and quiet, bang in the centre of town.

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