The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Residence

rome, italy
1 bedroom - 2 bath
(2 reviews)
Travel dates:
€275 - €450 per night (EUR)
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Perks for the Parents

A sleek and smart split-level apartment in the center of Rome, Italy - perfect for parents who want maximum comfort and luxurious contemporary interiors. It sleeps 4 + 2. The space offers all the comforts of a home-from-home, with a modern kitchen and space to relax, as well as a central location in the heart of Italy’s capital. All of Rome’s famous attractions can be reached on foot, which makes it a very convenient base to discover the city. It’s also very secluded and safe - no street noise can be heard while staying inside - so it’s a calm and serene sanctuary to return to after a busy day of sightseeing. The city’s best pizzerias, ice cream shops and small family-friendly restaurants are on the doorstep.

Why Kids Love it

This apartment is best suited to older kids and teens, or parents with a baby. While there’s no toys or games inside, there’s plenty to entertain the whole family in this exciting city. It’s less than half an hour to Villa Borghese where there is a huge green park, children’s museum and zoo. Younger children will love the fountains, open piazzas and spotting boats along the river; while older kids will love the archeological (and fascinatingly brutal!) stories of Rome’s history at the colosseum. Rome is also a great city for family dining - kids are welcome in restaurants and there are lots of options for easy, delicious food - and of course, gelato.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 1 night. The apartment is best suited to non-walking babies or older kids. The ‘floating’ stair case has no hand rail, and the lower steps are exposed, so children should be supervised in this area. There is no bathtub in the space but a baby tub can be provided on request. This is a city-center apartment so there is no parking space available, although hosts are happy to help suggest alternative places to park nearby. The public transport is efficient but most places are accessible on foot. The apartment has air conditioning, dishwasher, TV, and WiFi. Hosts also offer high chairs and babysitting on request, and support staff available 24/7 for insider tips or additional services.

About the Location

The apartment is located in the center of Rome, Italy. It’s around half an hour from Rome airport (by car) or just under 1 hour by train and bus. The local neighborhood (Pigna) is considered to be the best location to discover Rome, entirely on foot. Nearby you’ll find the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain, Vatican City, the Colosseum, numerous churches and an open air museum. It’s an easy city to explore by simply walking around and taking in the medieval streets, stunning architecture, and pretty piazzas. For days out, you can take the kids to the Hydromania water park (20 minutes’ drive), or visit sandy beaches (around 45 minutes away).

Accommodation Details

This split-level apartment is situated in a historical building in downtown Rome, which offers 6 individually-styled private suites. The apartment is on the second floor (there is an elevator), and the building is secured by 24-hour video surveillance at the entrance. It boasts a high-end, fully-equipped kitchen with dining area seating 4, a living room with a double sofabed, and 2 bathrooms. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a kingsize bed and walk-in closet with safety deposit box. There are also 2 travel cribs available. Individual key cards are issued for private access and there is a porter at the main entrance for extra security.

Style Notes

City slick. The space offers high quality Italian design everywhere you look, with contemporary furniture and modern clean lines. Comfortable yet functional, the hosts have decorated the apartment in bold tones with bright color accents, original large scale artwork, and soft upholstery. We love the striking yellow in the kitchen, creating a chic contrast with the dark tones, as well as the metal frames on the dining chairs and the floor-rested romantic art in the master bedroom.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
1 king
1 sofa bed (double)
sleeps 2
2 travel crib
Dori E.
Member since April 26, 2019
This is my first listing with Kid&Coe and I much look forward to meeting families from all around the world and showing them my beautiful city.

2 reviews

Moira O.
Visited in February 2023
This is a beautiful, quiet and very comfortable apartment. Out family of four (older children, 9 and 12) enjoyed our stay. The apartment is so close to all the must see sites and near a transit hub and cab stand so adventures further afield were a breeze.
Belise D.
Visited in July 2022
Amazing location and wonderful helpful staff! I would highly recommend Dory and her hotel as a family spot to stay.

Rome, Italy

Gladiators and gelateria

No matter what age your children are, they will love a trip to Rome. Gazing up at the ceiling in the Pantheon, marvelling at Michaelangelo’s masterpiece in the Vatican, putting their hands in the Mouth of Truth and, most of all, working out precisely which is the best gelateria in the city, are the types of adventure they will talk about for years to come. The ancient ruins of the Forum and the Colosseum bring out the inner child in everyone, while trattoria serve up the kind of pasta that even the fussiest eater couldn’t refuse. Whether as a start point to an Italian adventure or a city break on its own, Rome promises a stay to remember.