|Space||645 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
This cozy flat is located in a quiet and picturesque square close to Campo de Fiori, Piazza San Paolo alla Regola. Just moments away you can reach the Ghetto area, where the Jewish community of Rome lives: here you can enjoy its characteristic cuisine and visit the Portico d’Ottavia ruins. Set in a charming period building with elevator, it is situated on the fourth floor and it comprises a well presented living room with dining space and sofa bed for two, a bright double bedroom, a modern kitchen and bathroom with shower. This quiet and comfortable apartment is the ideal place to come back after a long day sightseeing.
Campo de Fiori - 2 mins
Piazza Farnese - 2 mins
Best pizza ever (Forno, C.de Fiori) - 2 mins
Piazza Navona - 4 mins
Pantheon - 5 mins
Trastevere - 5 mins
Top ice cream (La Palma) - 6 mins
Imperial Forums - 7 mins
Mouth of Truth - 8 mins
Trevi Fountain - 11 mins
Spanish Steps - 15 mins
Colosseum - 18 mins
Vatican City - 18 mins
This was our 15th VRBO and turned out to be the best so far. Great check in, comfortable with lots of space, just around the corner from the best of Rome, attentive management, and the view from the windows was to die for. And an elevator to boot.
Had a wonderful stay in this apartment. The location is super convenient to all the major sites of Rome. Most are a 10 minute walk, some are 15 to 20 minutes the few that cannot be reached by foot are an easy cab ride away. Excellent dining options right near by and others just a short walk across the river to Trastavere. Would definitely rent here again.
A fantastic place to base yourself for a holiday in Rome. As you approach the apartment the first question you ask - where did all the noise and hustle and bustle go? The apartment has all you need to be comfortable, although some might feel the bed is on the firm side. The location is perfect - a cross the bridge into the Trastevere, around the corner to Campo de' Fiori (one way) and the tram and buses (the other way). The service from the apartment managers was perfect, including sitting down with a map and showing you where you are in relation to all the sights. We also used the driver service to take us to Termini and that service was also faultless. Small note: the lift stops half a flight of steps below the apartment if mobility is an issue.
we stayed 3 days at the end of October 2015. Everything was good; we had a little issue with the hot water-get instructions when you're going though the check in. The levers have to be in the correct positions.
The wifi worked fine and was reasonable fast
One thing. Ask for a second set of keys.the apartment has an electrical shutoff, so when you leave the apartment you take the keys and the apartment powers down. Thing is, if someone stays in the apartment the keys must stay as well as they are not separable from the electric key. Limits the ability to go separate ways or stay in the Apartment.
Otherwise a very clean nice place, very quiet too to spend a few days in Roma.doesn't have any way to get in
Tres bien situé , vous pouvez aller a pied visiter presque tous le monuments , appartement clair et calme ,vue sur les toits .
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Everything was as described in the web page. Location is great. Place was clean. Manager was very helpful. Very enjoyable.
You are in the heart of the Roman Baroque, but not only: around each corner you find many traces of the ancient Rome.
The apartment is located in Piazza San Paolo alla Regola and overlooks the church that was built in the 17th century in honor of St. Paul the Apostle.
Within 3 minutes you can walk to Piazza Farnese and to the famous Campo de Fiori, where since 1869 there has been a flower and fruit market every morning. You keep walking through small streets soaked of history and soon arrive to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
From this strategic area, you can easily walk to other extraordinary places such as Castel Sant'Angelo, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums... or, simply cross Sisto Bridge to explore the secrets of Trastevere and get a taste of real Roman life.
The whole area is safe and wonderful to walk around, full of grocery stores, shopping opportunities, restaurants, lovely wine bars and characteristic taverns.