Prati (Vatican area) Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Living room with sofa, dining room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen and terrace
Spacious and bright with sun terrace (sun umbrella, table and chairs in wrought iron)
The terrace (40 sqm) is perfect for outdoor dining with magnificent views of the Roman sunset.
The apartment 'meticulous attention to detail and it' was recently renovated. Exposure to South
It consists of:
- Living room with comfortable sofa bed, armchair, flat screen TV, stereo, corner desk, fireplace design.
- Dining area in front of the living room with table and 4 chairs. From here you get out on the terrace
- Spacious master bedroom with fitted across the wall.
- Full kitchen with everything needed for cooking, washing machine, dishwasher and oven. Supplied products for breakfast with jam, Nutella, crackers, biscuits, Pavesini, biscuits, tea and various types of coffee powder
- Large bathroom with sink, bidet and shower. Window.
The apartment is equipped with air conditioning and heating.
At guests' disposal, free of charge, the car park.
The apartment is not recommended for persons with disabilities (wheelchair)
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
We stayed in Lucia's flat on at least three occasions. It was withing easy walking distance of St.Peter's and the Vatican. On one occasion my daughter came with two of her 18 year old friends on their own. She must have liked it!! The flat was compact, I guess they all are, but the decoration and finish were exceptional and it had a very large roof terrace onto which we could expand. The flat is close to a market and a supermarket. Frankly I preferred the market as the food was noticeably fresher. We really enjoyed the flat which was a home from home. On each occasion we rented a car and managed, with Lucia's help, to find a free parking space below the apartment. However parking is a problem throughout Rome so if necessary you just need to bite the bullet and pay for parking. Something Romans are loathe to do.