This vacation home for rent in Italy combines a modern sense of function and design with effortless style. One of two apartments repurposed from a historic palazzo, it’s a chic and cheap hideaway that places you in the historic heart of the city.
Located along the Via Manci which takes it’s name from a prominent 17th century family, this vacation home for rent in Italy is situated along the famous route flanked with ancient palazzos within the historic center of Trento.
Part of a turn of the century palace that has been divided into individual apartments, the space was redesigned by a Trento based architect and interior designer, who has utterly transformed the tone and style of the interiors with a fresh, contemporary update.
Situated on the third floor, the apartment opens into a bright and intimate living and dining space with a sunny terrace overlooking the streets and the Dolomites in the distance. The room includes a compact, cleverly integrated fully equipped kitchen.
The double bedroom is designed for two with a large en suite bathroom. The sofa bed can accommodate up to two additional guests.
Renovated with care in the choice of materials, colors and furnishings, the designer combines crisp clean accents with harmonious order and efficiency.
Basic welcome breakfast provided, housekeeping included for long stays with extra cleaning available with fee. Wifi and Smart TV, Bang & Olufsen M3 bluetooth speaker, climate control. Baby/toddler bed available on request (up to 2yrs). Luggage drop allowed for early arrivals or late departures. Paid parking off premises.
Set within the far northern regions of the country with the imposing Dolomites as a backdrop, Trento is a beautiful ancient town with a rich history surrounded by gorgeous natural scenery. The town is especially famous for Buonconsiglio Castle, its spectacular palazzos and signature medieval frescoes, and its Duomo Square, often considered one of the most beautiful in the country.
There’s also a contemporary side, with the city serving as an economic and communications hub for the north with a thriving modern culture as referenced by the many galleries and the science museum MUSE designed by archistar Renzo Piano.
Within an hour or so drive you can explore the vast range of the Dolomite Alps, Italy’s largest lake Garda, Verona, Bolzano, numerous wine routes and much more. Close to many excellent ski resorts including nearby Madonna di Campiglio, Mount Paganella, Canazei and Marilleva, all are renowned for their skiing and winter sports. The town also comes to life during the holiday season with festive outdoor markets and celebrations at Christmas.
Trento, Italy. Nearest Airport: Verona Airport (98km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring to Fall for the best weather. Winter for the snow and skiing, the Christmas markets and holiday atmosphere
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Mancidue Apartmentfrom €130/ nt
|$260 x 4||$1,040|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||$500|
|TOTAL (with Deposit)||$1,780|
100% refund for cancellations request by at (property’s local time). No refund if less than 14 days priors to arrival day.