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Trastevere area: Budget Studio Vacation Rentals (1)

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    Recent Trastevere area Reviews

    Sweet deal

    5 of 5
    Our visit to Rome was memorable and David's little hideaway went a long way to make it that way. David was there to greet us when we arrived, taking us by the hand and leading us through the apartment's idiosyncrasies. It is pretty much as he describes it, small but well furnished and efficient, its high ceilings adding to a feeling of roominess ... and the bathroom, well, it's bigger than the rest of the apartment combined and if you like hot tubs you're in for a treat. The apartment is below street level, leading down to a generous sized patio populated with a small forest of plants. It's airy and spacious and private, all at the same time. My wife and I found it a lovely place to enjoy coffee in the morning and a bottle of wine in the evening. The neighborhood is residential, high rise apartments all with their own terraces tower over the streets. A short walk leads to a thriving little business district with a fruit and vegetable market on one corner and a grocery story on the other and several small stores in between, including a mini-market specializing in a variety of cheeses. I think I made a few friends among the merchants who Impressed me with their patience and kindness as they dealt with the dumb American who couldn't even count his change. The apartment is only a short stroll to the tram stop, which is a short ride to the train station. Once you get the hang of the transportation system getting around in Rome is pretty simple. I would suggest that if you're planning to stay for more than a week that you buy a 7-day metrobus ticket. It gives you access to trams, buses, trains and the metro (subway). We found it a good deal. Our visit just happened to coincide with the last Sunday of the month, when access to the Vatican museum, including the Sistine Chapel, is free, and the first Sunday of the month, when access to sites like the Colosseum and Palatine hill, also are free. It was a glorious and breathtaking visit and David was a kind and gracious host, quick to respond to any inquiry or concern. He's a classy guy. Oh, and the Wi-fi is lightning fast. Thanks again, David.
    • Submitted: Sep 16, 2016
    • Stayed: Aug 2016