Ivy House is a 100 square meter luxury apartment on the second floor of a palace dating from the sixteenth century, despite its late baroque facade, set up in Piazza di Firenze, in the historical district Campo Marzio, Rome center. Halfway Via del Corso, the shopping street with plenty of Rome's top boutiques, and Piazza Navona, one of the eternal city's most ancient squares, Piazza di Firenze is a favourable starting point to discover the historical center. The district also includes many venues for leisure, such as coffee and lounge bars, restaurants and pizzerias among the best in Rome. The place is, with its wide rooms and two bathrooms, ideal for one family with children or two couples (there are two single beds convertible into double in one of the two bedrooms). It is truly home, full of books on the wall shelves for reading on the sofas (there are three! One is convertible into a double bed) furnishing a coffered-ceiling living room decorated with ivy leaves, from which the name of the apartment. The hallway opens into the three-couched living room (there is one sofa bed) communicating with the oval-tabled dining room, the fully equipped kitchen (with dishwasher and washing machine), a passage to the bathrooms (the biggest with tub, the smallest one with shower) and the king-size bedroom (with iron headboard and wood wardrobe). Another bedroom, bigger than that (two single beds or one double), is furnished with two desks and TV. The rooms are lightened by bright walls and big windows, which open on to Piazza di Firenze and a side street. The parquet floor makes it all even cosier. Wi-fi internet and emergency cell phone are included.