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CasaCau is managed by Pino, the owner.
270 - 810/night
Suitable for 2-4 people

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CasaCau Apartment 5 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy
— Marzia: “CasaCau is about 100m walking distance from Trevi Fountain in the historic centre of Rome and has everything you would want: neighbourhood bakeries, shops, gelaterias, and many other beautiful places.”
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— How would you describe CasaCau in a few words?

Marzia: “CasaCau are six luxury self-catering apartment rentals in a historical townhouse from the 1600’s in the centre of Rome. The vacation apartments are just steps away from Trevi Fountain and offer a quiet refuge in such a busy location.”
CasaCau Apartment 5 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy
— CasaCau Apartment 5

— What was the idea behind CasaCau?

Marzia: “We wanted to open up a small hotel that would enable guests to visit Rome, stay in a superb location but at the same time feel like they are in the comfort of their own home-away-from-home. CasaCau combines this feeling in self-catering vacation apartment rentals with all the additional amenities and services of a luxury hotel.”
 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy

— Please tell us about the vacation apartments and their amenities.

Marzia: “Each of the six apartment rentals has slight differences in design and style but all offer modern amenities as well as old-fashioned elements. We combine vintage furniture, antique typewriters, and Turkish baths with docking stations for iPods, iPads, WiFi and other technological amenities.

Our smallest vacation apartment is Apartment 3, which is for 2 guests and has a sauna. Apartments 4 and 5 are beautiful and can be combined into a unique ground apartment. Apartment 6 is the grand apartment with style elements of the 50s. It has a separate bedroom and living area with a sofa bed. The last apartment is 7, which is the master apartment. It has a wide living room and a bedroom with two queen-sized beds.

Each apartment has its own kitchen for guests to use. We provide things like coffee, sugar, and basic foods like pasta. We also have a mini bar with wine and other beverages, some of which are complimentary.

Apartment 4 is my favourite because I really like the big bathtub.”
 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy

— What other services and facilities do you offer at CasaCau?

Marzia: “CasaCau has a reception room where we welcome guests and have all the informational material on Rome. We also provide insider recommendations on what to see and do based on what our guests’ preferences are, and we can arrange for reservations and such.

Breakfast is delivered to the door of each apartment. All of the croissants and baked goods are prepared fresh every morning. We have two restaurants that guests can eat at or they can have their food delivered to the apartments.”
CasaCau Apartment 2 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy
— CasaCau Apartment 2

— To you personally, what is so special about staying at CasaCau?

Marzia: “Staying at CasaCau is not like staying at a normal hotel but it really is the best way to get to know Rome as a Roman. CasaCau’s vacation apartments are in a very touristic area, but you can really get to know Italian life in Rome by staying here.”
CasaCau Apartment 6 - CasaCau, in Rome, Italy
— CasaCau Apartment 6
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