Comfort, luxury and privacy.
Fortyseven Luxury Suites in Rome
One step away from the most enchanting places in Rome, Fortyseven Luxury Suites is a perfect union between comfort and luxury.
Two exclusive, welcoming apartments with a refined design to enjoy a special holiday and immerse yourself in the magic of Rome, together with family or friends.
Privacy, wide spaces and personalized services make the two Luxury Suites in the center of Rome suitable for every need.
Choose the experience that’s right for you, Colosseum or Trevi?
47 Luxury Suite Trevi
Experience the Roman Dolce Vita just a few steps from the Trevi Fountain.
Our apartment can accommodate up to 9 people for a stay of at least two nights.
47 Luxury Suite Colosseo
Your luxury stay a stone’s throw from the Colosseum, a breathtaking view and spaces to live in. Our apartment can accommodate up to 8 people for a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Things to do in Rome
Rome is the city of culture par excellence, rich in history and fascinating places to discover.
47 Luxury Suite Colosseo and 47 Luxury Suite Trevi, in the center of the Eternal City, allow you to fully enjoy its beauties and easily reach all points of interest.
Historical monuments, green areas, but also places of leisure and entertainment!
Art & culture
Art and culture are part of the streets of Rome. Wonderful outdoor monuments, such as the 3 fountains of Piazza Navona and its baroque palaces, the 135 steps of Piazza di Spagna and its Barcaccia, the wonderful Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio and the oldest public museum in Rome, the Capitoline Museums. All treasures to be discovered. Two other wonders bring back cinematic memories of La Dolce Vita and Roman Holidays: the Trevi Fountain and the Mouth of Truth.
Rome also means food and flavors.
The Jewish Ghetto in front of Tiber Island, is the best choice for the ancient tradition of Judaic cuisine, which offers typical dishes, such as Quinto Quarto and Jewish-style artichokes.
The same tastes can be found in Roman cuisine and if you ask a Roman where to eat, the answer will surely be in authentic “Trattoria” in Testaccio. There is no shortage of perfect places to enjoy the thin Roman pizza in Trastevere and historic ice cream parlors in the Pantheon district.
Rome is also fun and lively places both during the day and night. Trastevere, the 13th district of Rome, is a characteristic neighborhood with a bohemian atmosphere and crowded squares, such as San Callisto and Trilussa, the real heart of the city. In the Monti district, ancient Rome peeps out from every corner, culminating behind the Roman Forum. Here you have the chance to get lost in the narrow alleys: the weekend Monti Market, the Borgia Steps strewn with ivy, clubs and craft shops. Then, Campo de ‘Fiori, home to the market on Saturday morning and meeting point for many young people every evening.
For shopping lovers, the first stop is the Trident, which includes the three streets that branch off from Piazza del Popolo: Via del Corso, Via del Babuino and Via di Ripetta.
Via dei Condotti, on the other hand, is famous for its luxury and high fashion boutiques.
In the historic center in Via del Campo Marzio you can find antique shops, in Via del Boschetto (Monti district) vintage boutiques and craft shops, while Via del Governo Vecchio (near Piazza Navona) hosts second-hand stores.
Rome has many villas and parks full of charm and history. The most famous is undoubtedly Villa Borghese, which extends just above Piazza del Popolo. Between the Colosseum and the Thermae of Caracalla we find Villa Celimontana, where jazz shows and concerts take place during summer. The Appia Antica Regional Park is one of the most evocative: here nature and history come together to create unique views. Finally, in the southern part of the Capital, there is Villa Doria Pamphilj, where we find Casino del Bel Respiro, the official seat of the Italian government.
The monuments of Rome are the expression of its glorious history.
Among the most famous ther is the Colosseum, an amphitheater dating back to 80 AD where fights took place. The Circus Maximus, the largest stadium built in Ancient Rome, once home to the Ludi Romani, now hosts important concerts and shows. The Roman Forum was the center of the public life of the Empire and the seat of political, commercial and religious activities. The Pantheon is a temple built in honor of the seven planetary deities. Its architecture has fascinated many artists, including Raphael who wanted his tomb here.