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Spanish Steps Rome seagulls attic


Deluxe 2 bedroom 2 bathroom panoramic penthouse w. 2 terraces and stunning views of all Rome

- Location: the neighbourhood

Spanith Steps: "ROME SEAGULLS": luxury most panoramic penthouse, with two terraces and stunning views of all Rome, two bedrooms (matrimonial and twin beds), two sitting rooms, two sparkling bathrooms (shower enclosure and bathtub w. hand-held shower), kitchen. Elevator.

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Perfect equipment: air conditioning, independent heating (both high-tech), internet Wi-Fi connection, fully equipped kitchen, 2 colour TV sets, washing machine / clothes dryer, iron and iron board; external grill; hair dryer.

Additional services: garage / Rome expert explaining you all the sights from the terrace with powerful binoculars / Rome guided tours / car service to-from airport or train station / excursions to Pompeii, Tivoli Gardens, Appian Way.

The perfect property to stay in Rome,
kindly for careful guests.


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The Rome Seagulls attic is located in Rome's iconic district, the Spanish Steps.


Precisely, it is located where the atelier Valentino and the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See are located. The latter gives the name to the square in Italian - Piazza di Spagna - and to the Spanish Steps (whose real name is "Scalinata della Trinita' dei Monti", Steps of the Trinity of Mounts, as it leads to a French convent).

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The photo to the right shows the palace including the Rome Seagulls Attic. You can single out clearly that the attic and the superattic are like a high observation tower nested on top of the highest floor of the palace.

You can also single out clearly all the windows and the and the two terraces of the attic and of the superattic.


(Right photo) Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna): the column tribute to St. Mary and the Rome Seagulls attic high above the sky on top of the palace. The attic and superattic as you can see are like an observation tower built on top of one of the highest palaces of the quarter.


The opposite photo (from the terrace of the attic to the Spanish Steps square) gives you an idea of the location-neighbourhood layout.

Piazza Mignanelli and Rome's centre seen from the higher terrace
Opposite photo of the Spanish Steps and Rome's centre from the higher terrace, looking towards the site where the above photo was taken.
The statue on the column is of Our Lady
: every year on Dec. 8, the Immaculate Conception Day for the Catholic Church, every Pope prays at the base of the column, and leaves a crown of flowers which is hoisted to the statue (please look at the closer view of the statue in other pictures).

You can single out many of the smartest streets of the central quarter: Via della Vite, Via Frattina etc.

Let's now have a look at the quarter towards South-West, still from the terrace.

Another view of Piazza Mignanelli: the Collegio della Propaganda Fide, and Rome's centre
Another view of the neighbourhood: the Collegio Urbano della Propaganda Fede (Urban College of Propaganda Fede, the Urban Institution for the Propagation of Faith, of which the present Pope Benedict XVI was the director) in Piazza Mignanelli.
The street departing from the square is Via Frattina

From both terraces and also from the windows of the attic you can clearly see also Piazza Mignanelli.


The square takes its name from the patrician family Mignanelli. They lived in the adjacent palace (not as panoramic as the one including the Rome Seagulls penthouse). In the square, among many illustrious owners, you notably find the atelier of Valentino, perhaps the greatest of all Italian fashion designers.

As you can clearly see, from the square there are steps leading to Piazza Trinita' dei Monti. These steps are called "Salita Mignanelli" (Mignanelli climb). They are a little more steep than the Spanish Steps, yet the two steps are perfectly parallel, and as mentioned they lead exactly to the same place, the square Piazza Trinita' dei Monti.
The Mignanelli Steps is thus one of Rome's centre hidden or off-the-beaten-track sights. They are less iconic than the Spanish Steps, and still they have charm and character. As you climb them, you find the entrance to many offices of Italian fashion designers, of Italian jewel designers, and of artist coiffeurs (hair dressers).

(Right) view of Piazza Mignanelli and of the Salita Mignanelli

You can also climb the Salita Mignanelli steps to reach directly the Borghese Gardens.

Moroever, immediately to the left of the Salita Mignanelli steps you find a garage, which is the oldest in Rome. It used to be the stable for the carriages of the Mignanelli family, then it was the first garage of Rome's firemen, until it became a garage. The guests of the Rome Seagull attic can book the parking, which is a rare find in Rome's centre.

View of Piazza Mignanelli and of the Salita Mignanelli

The Spanish Steps owes its name to the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, the first to open in Rome in the 19th century.

The Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, the first to open in Rome, gives the name to the square and to the Steps, in Italian Piazza di Spagna
The Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, the first to open in Rome, gives the name to the square and to the Spanish Steps, in Italian Piazza di Spagna. It is very near the Rome Seagulls attic

To end with the quarter, let's have a look from the terrace during night time.

Night view of Rome from the terrace
Night view from the terrace of Rome Seagulls attic

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