|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The apartment was recently renovated and carries all the comforts, with modern furnishing with teraccotta floors.
The apartment is facing Lungotevere Farnesina (a high traffic street) but the double glazed windows isolates you from the traffic noise.
It has all the comforts as air conditioning, wireless Internet, TV and washing machine.
The apartment can accommodate up to six people: there is one a queen size bed in the bedroom,
a comfortable sofa bed in the living area and a queen size bed in the mezzanine area (note: the celing in the mezzanine is not very high).
There is a fully equipped kitchen with a 4 burner stove, oven and washing machine.
A bathroom with a large shower, wash basin, WC and bidet.
Located on the first floor (second american) (with no elevator, but a very easy climb) in an old building of ancient Trastevere, right across the Tiber river. Steps away from Piazza Trilussa, where you’ll find a very busy night action with many bars and restaurants.
About Trastevere:: Trastevere is a very romantic area right in the center of Rome, 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from all the major touristic attractions. Long known by Romans for its restaurants and bars, Trastevere is a pleasant area to stroll in Rome, particularly peaceful in the morning and lively in the evening as dozens of trattorias set tables out along the cobblestone streets. The immediate area has some of the best Trastevere restaurants and trattorias as well as one of Rome's most famous bakeries all within a few blocks. A small grocery store, bar/cafe are right down the street, in a friendly neighborhood; so you have everything you could possibly need within the neighborhood The neighborhood of Trastevere is known for its lively nature, and the array of people it attracts, it's a favorite of foreigners due to its authenticity and the two international universities in the area.
Trastevere is also the location for a weekend pizza for most Romans who gather on the weekends in the pizzerias and stroll with a gelato through the cobblestone streets or along the river for a hand grated granita. Trastevere is east of the historical center on the other side of the River Tiber. It’s one of Rome’s oldest neighborhoods and certainly one of the most characteristic. Here you’ll find many restaurants and bars located on the cobbled-stone narrow streets of Trastevere. Once home to the Syrian community and then to the Jewish community, Trastevere has slowly and steadily grown into the second biggest Rione (neighborhood) in Rome. Rich families such as the Farnese settled in amongst populace bringing wealth and giving the area a certain status that had been coveted throughout history. At the heart of Trastevere is Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere which is one of the most beautiful piazza’s in Rome.
This place is great! We could live and die here!
The restaurant to the right has wonderful white-tablecloth dinners and private label wine, at neighborhood prices. The coffee bar to the left is so friendly each morning. There is also a wine and prepared food store where we'd buy appetizers each afternoon to hold us over for the 7:30 restaurant opening. Try their roasted eggplant - how do they make it so good?
The apartment is adorable. Comfy beds were made up. We were two couples staying for three days, so the loft bed was fine short-term for one couple For a long stay, the apartment is better for two, and we plan to come back and stay here for a month or more.
You can walk easily to the Trastevere section for a great dinner and street entertainment, and the public bus stops nearby take you everywhere else. Make a point of learning the bus, and you'll be golden.
The four of us sat at the round table each evening enjoying wine and appetizers before the restaurants opened. The galley kitchen seems fine, with a four burner stove and full size fridge, though we barely cooked. The bathroom has a blasting hot shower. There is even a washing machine.
Overall, it was clean, comfortable, quiet, and well equipped, but the big draw is the perfect location, especially what's within thirty feet of your door.
I visited Rome with my three (grown) kids in April and had the pleasure of staying at this lovely apartment. We decided on this place after carefully going through hundreds of apartment reviews and we were not disappointed. Being within walking distance from most of the city's main attractions (some of them long walks but the weather was great and we enjoy walking anyway) and with plenty of dining options around, the apartment is ideally located. It was also spacious and well appointed and the bathroom spotlessly clean. There is a short flight of stairs to take in order to access the apartment which might be an issue for someone with restricted mobility. We were in a spot of bother on our first day unable to get the stove going for coffee but found out from Rosie (who we called in frustration) that it had to be lighted manually :) Luckily there was a mini market nearby where we picked up a lighter.
A special mention must be made of the ever helpful Luca, who stayed in touch with us before and right throughout our stay - answering our queries promptly, offering advice and arranging our airport transfers etc.
What made a huge difference for us was the management very kindly letting us leave our baggage at the apartment after check out and collect it before our departure in the evening.
All in all, I think we made an excellent choice when we picked this apartment for our stay and highly recommend it anyone visiting Rome.
We found the apartment to be very comfortable for 3 adults that walked several miles all day long. The beds are comfortable in both the bedroom and the loft. The loft head room is limited but my 6'-2" tall brother had no problems. The bathroom served its purpose. We rarely used the kitchen but it is very functional. The location is great as it is near the heart of Trastevere and we walked to all the main tourist sites. The market and cafe on the street level were perfect and the owners were very helpful. The apartment owner was very accessible and helpful throughout our stay.
Could make otherwise adequate accommodation so much better. Beds are comfy, but shower (as other guest noted) woefully cramped. We were a couple with a teen, and while we found the locale convenient and the facilities and supplies generally clean, we felt upgrading and general maintenance needed to improve. Both air conditioners stopped working during our stay, and after reporting, only one was fixed. Overall, for the price it was adequate for a short stay of 3 nights, and we enjoyed the handy location and free wifi was helpful. Next time though I would make a different choice for comfort.
The apartment was in a good location...we walked everywhere and loved the local restaurants! The apartment was clean and spacious and Luca was very helpful, even arranging our airport transfers. Would definitely recommend!
Nice apartment. Big and light! It's closed to the historical center and restaurants in Trastevere. Luca helped us with airport transfer. Thanks for all!!!))
|linens,towels & cleaning||$53|
Check in past 9:00 pm are subject to 25 Euros late arrival fee.
Check in past 11:00 pm are subject to 45 Euros late arrival fee.
Please, take note of the check in / check out schedule:
Check in can be done from 10:00* am to 9:00 pm.
Check in scheduled to arrive past 1:00 am will not be possible.
*Departing guests must check out by 10:00 am, so by that time you can drop your luggage at the apartment in any case. The apartment will be ready and cleaned around 11:30 am.
Early check in can be possible only if the previous guests leave earlier than 10:00 am, or if the apartment was not occupied the night before.
Check out time is by 10:00 am, unless the next guests are arriving in the afternoon or there are no other guests arriving that day.
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