(200 square feet) is the apartment I lived in with my family until October 2011. It is located on the fourth floor of the same building where Leone 2 and Leone 3 are also located and it has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It can accommodate up to 9 people.
Leone 4 is a stylish and elegant apartment located on the fourth floor in the same building as Leone 2 and Leone 3, which are on the second floor.
It is a light and spacious apartment with large windows overlooking Via Bocca di Leone off Via Borgognona, just in front of the Hotel d’Inghilterra.
The apartment is furnished with antique furniture and paintings from my family home in Puglia and from my husband’s home on Sardinia. The floors are covered by terracotta tiles and antique carpets.
- High-speed internet and WiFi access
- Landline Telephone
- Satellite Tv reception
- Washer e Dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Air conditioning
As you enter you are welcomed in a spacious entrance room with an antique bookcase filled of Italian art and literature books, to the right of which you find the Green bedroom with its ensuite bathroom. This is a large and comfortable double bedroom with a generous window overlooking the rooftops of Trinita’ dei Monti. The bed can either be made into two single beds or joined together as a king-size bed. There is also a queen size sofabed and its own ensuite bathroom with shower.
Stepping out of the entrance room, with four ample windows at the corner between via Bocca di Leone and via Borgognona, there is the large living room, with comfy sofas and ottoman armchairs, a long antique dining table that seats eight, lit by a crystal chandelier, a desk and two antique consoles. There is also a flat screen TV in the corner where you can get English speaking news stations via the SkyTV subscription.
Further down the hallway you find the kitchen, brightly lit by floor-to-ceiling windows that look over a charming courtyard. The kitchen has marble worktops and it is equipped with a built-in five burners gas cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, toaster, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine together with plates, cutlery, pots and pans.
Pompeii bedroom: off the entrance, with its windows facing via Borgognona and the Hotel Inghilterra, this is a large double bedroom with walls painted in a rich Pompeian red. It features a large built-in wardrobe, an antique chest of drawers and two comfortable armchairs. The bed can either be made into single beds or joined together as a king-size bed.
The bathroom tiled in off-white marble has a basin, WC, shower and bidet and is to be found down the hallway.
Off the kitchen there is a spacious new bathroom with white mosaic tiles, divided into two areas: one for the WC and a small basin; the other has double basins and a large glass-enclosed modern shower.
Flowers bedroom: this twin bedroom has a large single bed and a second queen size loft bed accessed by a ladder with safety rails. There is a wall light in the loft area for reading at night. The room has a built-in wardrobe, and a pass-par-tout wall shelf.
White master bedroom: the master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, hosts a pleasant brass king-size bedframe and is furnished with a desk, an armchair and a large cabinet style wardrobe. A French window opens onto a small balcony filled with plants that looks on the internal courtyard, with views of several nice terraces and balconies. The en-suite bathroom tiled in off-white marble has a built-in basin, WC, bidet and bathtub with shower attachment.
Cleaning and change of towels about every 3 days.
The apartment has wireless high-speed internet.