|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
This cosy and comfortable apartment is close to the Caffarella Valley national park. Here you'll find green fields, ancient monuments and old farm buildings. Discover in the area also the restaurants and local shops. Within half an hour you can walk to the impressive Circo Massimo.
Appio Latino is a network of residential streets and famous for its market, Mercato di Via Sannio. It’s a place of great archaeological interest.
It’s also a good place for nature lovers. Take a stroll around Caffarella park, where you can see some interesting plants and animals. And for a spot of culture check out the Piazza Tuscolo, where they hold exhibitions and concerts. Or the beautiful Palazzo Laterano and the Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano which are also well worth a visit.
The manager was extremely helpful and flexible with check-in and check-out time and extremely friendly.
The flat has a portable Wi-Fi device which made our trip/tour in the city a lot easier.
Very clean and comfortable in terms of public transport access, shopping centers in the neighborhood, restaurants and etc.
The apartment is very nice, situated in a nice area of Rome, with lots of cafès and a great pizzeria/restaurant a few seconds away, with both pizza and pasta take-aways (its name is MangiaNapoli). There is also a supermarket very close. It's a walk away from the Caffarella park, which is a massive Roman park - my baby-daughter enjoyed her encounters with sheep. The park is a much needed get-away from the noise of the city.
The only slightly negative things were the noisy neighbours and the washing machine not working (I guess the washing machine can be a problem only for longer stays). Also, one thing to mention is that the heating doesn't get turned on until December. The internet is free but it's mobile broadband with a dongle, so it's not as fast as it could be. Again, this might become a problem only for longer stays and for people who are not tourists (I was in Rome visiting family).
The owner was nice and provided the cot for free. Plus I received a discount for staying more than a week (I stayed a total of 11 nights).
The apartment is spacious enough for a family of 3, and the table extends for when you have guests (I had 4 people over for lunch once and it worked really well).
The apartment is highly recommended, relatively quiet but centrally located (about 10 minutes walk to the subway station).
Little negative issue:
The classification of comfort is set to appropiate because the features of the dishes for a self-catering family (4 persons) needs improvement. E.g. missing bowls, wine glasses, coffee pot and ladles.