Welcome, artistic, appraised by ceiling frescoes and by averlooking to typicals Rome view. Finely furnished with wooden floor, enriched by international signed furniture elements of desing, hosting a particular bathroom with shower stall realized in ‘coccio pesto’ as Antic Roman tradition, isulated by a design smoked glass cabin.


Family of modest origins, elevated to equestrian rank thanks to the faithful militancy in the Roman army, the Flavii reached in reality a prime location only when Titus Flavius Vespasianus, the general of the armies of the East, became emperor in 69 AD, initiating a new dynasty after the Julio-Claudian dynasty.
After a year of struggle, in which there were four emperors, Vespasianus, restored peace to Rome, consolidated the power and applied strict economic measures.
Began construction of the Colosseum, opened, then by his son and successor Titus in 80 AD, who went down in history for having destroyed the city of Jerusalem in 70 AD
Tito died in 81 AD. Domitianus, his brother, succeeded to him and was a good administrator and promoter of a long campaign of public works, justified not only by the need to complete what was started by his predecessors, but also to remedy the great fire that devastated the city in 80 AD. Famous are his sumptuous palace on the Palatine Hill and the stadium now known as Piazza Navona. Foiled the conspiracy against him by Saturnino, accentuated the repression by establishing a real reign of terror. With his assassination in 96 AD, the Flavian dynasty came to an end.