Fontana di Trevi

Fontana di Trevi Room

The Fontana di Trevi room takes its name from one of the largest and most famous fountains of Rome; it is considered one of the most famous fountains in the world. The history of the fountain is closely linked to the construction of the Virgin Aqueduct, which dates back to the age of Emperor Augustus when Marco Vipsanio Agrippa did supply water to the Pantheon and its thermal baths.

The room can be arranged in double or quadruple room, depending on the needs of the guests, thanks to the sliding door that connects it with the chamber Roman Forum.

All of the rooms of Vatican Rooms are designed for guests’ comfort and relaxation and are equipped with soundproof windows.

Fontana di Trevi Room Detail:

-  size of the room 14.50 square meters

-  double bed

-  bathroom inside the room

-  wardrobe

-  heating/air conditioning

-  flat screen TV 32’’ – smart TV with internet connection

-  mini bar and equipment for making tea and Coffee

-  free wireless connection

-  safe

-  USB ports for charging devices

-  courtesy line