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A small apartment located on the ground floor of a building in the Monte Sacro neighborhood. It is well connected to the center of Rome by buses and the metro subway. There is a matrimonial bed in the master bedroom, a hideaway bed in the hallway, one bathroom and one kitchen. It is fully furnished including a TV, stereo and dvd, wifi, and everything that is needed for four people to cook and dine. This 60 square meter apartment (600 sq ft) has been renovated less than two years ago and is in excellent condition. The cost is 60 euros ($83) per night for a minimum stay of three nights for a maximum of four adults. Ideal for a couple and one child or two children who can sleep in the queen hideaway bed in the adjacent room. There are three or more buses that can take you to the geographic center of Rome (Piazza San Silvestro) in approximately 20 minutes. There are three large supermarkets within a short walking distance, many small or medium size shops for all your shopping, and a farmers market every Monday and Wednesday. The apartment building is located in a residential neighborhood that is inhabited mostly by middle class Italian families. If is fairly quiet at all times. Book online using your credit card, or email us for payment in euros by wire transfer.
I am helping my mother rent this apartment. She is an 83 year old Italian woman from Rome who speaks fluent English. She lives right next door and is helpful and friendly.
John Blount purchased this apartment in 1960
This apartment is very well equipped. It is close to two very nice supermarkets so you can stock up and make use of the kitchen for meals. It is about 20 minutes from the subway station so access to Rome is unlimited. The only issue is that in the summer it is going to be hot because air doesn't circulate well. Could use a fan.
This apartment is out of the center of Rome and off the beaten path in a typical Roman residential neighborhood. From the airport we took a taxi and did the same on our return. Reaching the apartment by public transit is possible but would require a few transfers along the way and the cost of a taxi is about the same.
There is a subway stop just a little over 1/4 mile walk away, so getting to the tourist sites is not a problem. You can also reach the subway by hopping a bus.
The owner, who lives next door, lived in the U.S. for a number of years and has excellent English. She was very helpful with tips on seeing Rome and getting around. She became our adoptive Italian grandma for the few days we were there. Grazie Ivana! Ti vogliamo bene.
The apartment itself is small by American standards, but is more than adequate for 2 adults and 2 teenagers (or even 4 adults). It is clean, well equipped, and just about perfect for visiting Rome as a tourist while experiencing the Roman way of life.
The apartment was clean & well kept. We opted for public transportation, the bus stop was across the street. The subway was just a few blocks away & the supermarket was within walking distance. We chose to cook, which was cheaper than eating out everyday. Across the street was a good pastry shop that I enjoyed. There is a salon & a few places you can shop within the area. I definitely recommend this apartment, if you are staying in Rome.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Notes||You may pay by credit card and block your reservation directly online using US dollars. You may opt to pay in euros by wire transfer for a deposit.|
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