Donatella’s apartment is set in a typical 1930s building in a tree-lined neighbourhood. You’ll be treated to her native knowledge of the ins and outs of her city as well as the best hidden attractions, and she’ll stock the fridge with all the stuff you need for your first day.
This was once the base for Donatella’s father’s law practice, and an eclectic mix of furniture includes family antiques so it feels like home. Light streams in through the double windows in each room, and the kitchen has all you need to cook – or you can walk to plenty of trendy restaurants close by.
This bit of Rome is edged by the Tiber on one side and the gates to the historic centre on the other, with the Villa Borghese above. You can reach many major sites on foot, such as the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona the Trevi Fountain, and a bus and tram stop are close by for everything else.