Roma 1882. "Already famous and very attractive, with blond hair and something on fire in his personality", we do not know if these words that Eleonora Duse said to Gabriele D'Annunzio after their meeting in Rome in 1882, had been written right on the desk in main hall of Boheme. We like to imagine, however, that a beautiful piece of Italian history of the 900's has been written between Boheme walls, in the period in which one of the greatest Italian theater actresses lived in this apartment, housed in a residential building of the nineteenth century.
TreasureRome Bohème was elegantly decorated by a famous Roman architect of Parodi studio, conceived and designed to host important personalities: it has two double bedrooms with private bathroom and a third bedroom with two single beds, and can comfortably accommodate up to six people. The double living room has a plasma TV, sofa and dining table. The kitchen has everything you might need during your vacation: oven, washing machine and dishwasher. The main bathroom even has a Jacuzzi and a separate shower. All mattresses are made of latex and then antibacterial, anatomical and hypoallergenic.
Between one scene and the other Ms. Duse loved walking through the famous corners of Rome, a few steps from Boheme: Colosseum, Pantheon, a stop at the Coliseum, before returning home and immerse again in her art.