Apartment Ausonius

2+1 people
1 bedrooms
From €150 / night

Why we love Apartment Ausonius

Apartment Ausonius is a lovely, bright and fresh apartment in the best part of Rome; Via Frattina; in two minutes you are at the Spanish Steps. A doorman is on duty.

This charming apartment has Roman terracotta floors throughout; a great example of how you would imagine a romantic Rome apartment should be presented; stylish and tranquil.

You’ll find a pleasant, welcoming living area, simply and tastefully decorated, with traditional styled natural wooden furniture, a dining table, chairs and a sofa, which converts to a bed for one extra person.

The double glass doors open to a delightful, green secluded internal terrace simply furnished with white wrought iron furniture.A perfect place to enjoy morning coffee.

A spiral staircase takes you to a queen sized bedroom, with tastefully chosen matching furnishings in warm colors and exposed beamed ceilings.

There is an en-suite bathroom with a roomy shower and heated towel rack.

The kitchenette is fully equipped and designed for preparing snacks, or a coffee in the morning.

This is and exciting part of Rome, with great variety of designer fashion stores, restaurants and outdoor cafes.

From this location you can easily stroll to any of the famous historic landmarks.

Jill & Leon

Property details


Sleeps: 2+1
Bedrooms: 1
  • 1 × Single Sofa bed/s (for 1 person )
  • 1 × Queen Bed/s (for 2 people )
  • 1 × Ensuite - Bath & Shower
Floor area: 45 m2
(approx. 481 ft2)


  • Air Conditioning
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • No pets allowed
  • Non smoking
  • Refrigerator
  • Terrace
  • Wi-Fi
2 burner stove top
ADSL Internet
Bar Fridge
Fully equipped kitchen
Independent Heating
Laundry Room (shared) Washing Machine

reviews (5)

Visiting from: Canada    Review date: October 2012    

Excellent experience. The apartment was lovely, just as pictured and was in a great location. We were very glad that we used the sites taxi service. Great location, just off the Spanish Steps and the Via Corso and was surrounded by excellent shopping. The apartment looks exactly as pictured. We had the balcony doors open most of the time and enjoyed sitting on the balcony on the rare occasions we were actually in the apartment instead of roaming the streets of Rome. We were provided with a map with instructions to a very nice grocery store. They have a slightly hidden room in the basement with very nice wine and other alcoholic beverages. Be warned that the bed in the apartment is very firm and the spiral steps are narrow and would be a challenge for anyone with mobility issues. Only other thing I would bring up is that the bath tub takes a bit of time to fill up and is also narrow but my travelling companion had no complaints about the shower or water pressure.

Party type: Mixed Group     Visiting from: Ireland    Review date: September 2012    

This Apartment is in a very central location.We were able to walk to all the major sites. There is a supermarket quiet near, but there are also plenty of restaurants to choose from. The apartment has a toilet, fully equipped kitchenette, living room which has a sofabed. Upstairs there is a big double bed and bathroom with bath and shower. It was just perfect for myself,husband and father in law. Thank you to worldwide Accom for your speedy replies to all my e-mails. We would definitely book with you again. kind regards. Mary

Visiting from: Portugal    Review date: September 2012    

Nice place, very well located for a city visit.

Party type: Older Couple     Visiting from: USA    Review date: September 2010    

The apartment was as charming as the pictures indicated. We were very pleased with the security of the building which is very well maintained. The location was absolutely perfect, being set just off of the Spanish Steps. We will not hesitate to suggest this property to others and if in Rome again, would love to use.

Party type: Family Group     Visiting from: USA    Review date: August 2010    

I usually don't take the time to give feedback, but we had a great stay at Apartments Ausonius & Catullo. We planning this trip for several months, and took advantage of Italy-accom's transportation service to/from the airport. All worked great. It seems like it's taking a big risk, sort of a blind gamble, but the driver was holding our sign at the airport like clockwork, navigated all the streets right to our apartment, and we were able to enjoy the whole process. Amelia was great is giving us the lay of the land, and the apartments are very comfortable - stocked with everything you might need from bottle openers to plates, glassware to aluminum foil. The baths were great, showers were "American" type where I could actually get a great shower instead of dealing with the little hand-sprayers. The terraces were great, but given the high-floor and close proximity to the other buildings, you couldn't see the street level - still all the plants flowers made it a great place to relax after a busy day. The only other thing worth mentioning is that the spiral staircases up to the bedroom might be a bit much for some people. My wife and I with our kids had not troubles, but we were traveling with my elderly mother who found the climb from living room to bedroom a bit tough... Once a day though, so no biggie.

Prices by season

Season Start End Min stay Price / night Discounts
High 20 Mar 2015 31 Jul 2015 3 €194 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
Low 01 Aug 2015 31 Aug 2015 3 €150 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
High 01 Sep 2015 03 Nov 2015 3 €194 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
Low 04 Nov 2015 21 Dec 2015 3 €150 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
High 22 Dec 2015 05 Jan 2016 3 €194 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
Low 06 Jan 2016 19 Mar 2016 3 €150 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly
High 20 Mar 2016 31 Jul 2016 3 €194 up to 3 people Weekly / Monthly

Additional local charges

Late check-in fee: €25 (charged from 21.00 to 23.00)
End clean: €30
Check-in fee: €25
Extra charges:

Baby Crib: Euro 30

Regional charges:

Rome City Tax
From the 1st of January 2011 Rome City Council has imposed a nightly accommodation tax in the city of Rome.The tax is, €3.50 per night (10 nights maximum) per person. Children up to 10 years of age do not pay. The tax is charged to anyone staying in any overnight accommodation inside the city boundaries. The fee, not included in the total rate, must be paid cash at check in time. For more information go to http://en.turismoroma.it/

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