The Bernini house is a well-refined apartment at the first floor of a very elegant period building just renovated.
The apartment was completely renovated in March 2012 and is composed of two bedrooms with double bed, two bathrooms, kitchen, living room with double sofa bed (max 6 people – 75 sqm).
The apartment is equipped with washing machine and dryer, the kitchen has refrigerator and everything you need to cook and eat.
All rooms are equipped with Internet WiFi, TV, Air Conditioning / Heating
The apartment comes complete with linen and towels for all guests.
An amazing view of the Bernini’s famous colonnade of Saint Peter’s Square – which you can enjoy directly from your room or the living rooms – fills the atmosphere
The apartment Bernini House is the ideal choice to spend a fantastic stay thanks to its location just 100 meters from the majestic St. Peter’s Square and a short walk from the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant’Angelo and the main monuments.
City tax 3,50 per person per day (including children from 10 years onwards) is to pay at Arrival extra.
Late Check in has an additional cost (20 euros from 9:00pm to midnight and 50 euros after midnight). Please provide us always your Arrival time.
Cleaning activity for COVID-19.
The apartment will be prepared with Disinfection and Sanitization following the COVID-19 guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Disinfection and Sanitization consists in treating all the parts of the contact present in the apartment with a special disinfectant product.
The procedure involves:
The cleaners will carry out the activities equipped with disposable waterproof mask and gloves.
Ordinary cleaning of the apartment and change of sheets and towels will be carried out. Following this, disinfection and sanitization will be carried out by spraying sanitizers with a special pump.
Once disinfected, the disinfectant products are able to eliminate any microbial (bacterial and viral) contamination.
The product acts by contact and does not contain substances harmful to humans.
The viruses, although not having the possibility to survive for a long time outside an organism, can still resist longer if they are present on organic substrates such as saliva. It is therefore essential to eliminate any organic substrates (also called biofilms) that can represent a potential source of contamination.
The Disinfection and Sanitization procedures are able to eliminate any possible organic substrate from the various surfaces.