|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Elegant apartment in one of the most 'exclusive and relaxing city.
Strategically located between Trieste and the Parioli district, on the second floor of an old building, elegantly furnished and with a nice private terrace
The district 'full of shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants, a few steps from the park more' beautiful and important of Rome, Villa Ada where to walk, jog and relax.
A stone's throw from the famous district liberty Coppede '
Directly linked to the major tourist attractions of the City 'through short distances by bus and metro, with a pleasant walk you get to Via Veneto, famous for the Dolce Vita and the films of Federico Fellini, Villa Borghese with its museums
The apartment of 70sqm and 'consists of a living room, kitchen, bathroom,
double bedroom, private terrace.
The apartment and street were lovely. A great location with all the amenities. I hope to stay there again soon. I was made to feel so welcome!
Staying in Sabrina's flat was rather like borrowing somewhere from a slightly eccentric friend. It is clean, spacious, comfortable and well equipped. The bath is enormous, we never did find the plug but we improvised and managed very nicely. The flat overflows with character. Walls line with books and pictures. Persian rugs on polished floors. Quirky decorative touches. Sabrina was a thoughtful and attentive hostess. We enjoyed the flat and would recommend it as a lovely place to stay while you explore the glories of Rome.
We were mostly interested in art galleries and the proximity of the flat to the Borghese Gallery in particular was a great bonus (but book ahead if you want to visit it. Even in the low season all tickets were taken for a week ahead on the day we went there. Also quite special are the Priscilla Catacombs, 5 minutes walk away, where you can see frescoes dating back to the beginnings of Christianity or even before. For the rest, the 63 and 83 bus routes took us in 20 minutes or so from just round the corner to pretty much wherever we wanted to go.
We ate in quite a lot and, occasionally with a bit of improvisation, we were able to cook whatever we wanted in the flat's kitchen using ingredients or ready prepared dishes from the a great choice of shops within ten minutes walk. Panis bakery and La Madia, a deli full of all sorts of delights, were favourites.
If you stay here you must try the IS Arenas Restaurant just along the Via Nemorense. Sardinian in character and specialising in simply but beautifuly cooked fish dishes. We ate and drank well a couple of times and loved the warm, generous welcome we received.
The apartment you see online is what you get except you get much more! The owner also lives onsite & she's so very helpful, something we appreciated compared to other apartments we'd rented. The location was nice and quiet and because we wanted a residential district this time, not the touristy attraction area, it worked out well for us. We found the walking was great & to pick up lovely prepared and tasty nutritions foods close by was a bonus after walking around and wanting to savour some wine & cheese and enjoy Sabrina's fine selections of CD's in her art filled comfortable apt., something we'd do each evening. We'd take a taxi to the Via Veneto & Harry's Bar so we could really see the lovely trees and buildings although you could walk. We savoured and the Borghese Gallery & all the parklands which makes the area a lush treat & far from the tourist crowd.
If we go to Rome again, this is "the place we'd stay." It does have steps, although there is a good railing, but this is important to know if someone couldn't navigate stairways.
Sabrina has a gorgeous apartment on the second floor of a beautiful roman house. The apartment is tastefully furnished, equipped with every amenity you could possibly need and it has a stunning terrace. The sofa and the bed are very comfortable. The bathroom and kitchen were very clean and a few minor technical nuisances will surely be fixed soon. Sabrina is the perfect host: She is extremely kind and helpful and gave us excellent advice for eating out and sightseeing. The next metro stop is a nice 10-15 min walk away and the next bus stop, with nonstop connections to Roma Termini and the city center, is right around the corner, as the apartment is just off a busy street. Shops, supermarkets, restaurants and cafés are in the neighborhood too. We loved our stay at Sabrina's and would definitely stay there again.
Spacious, very clean apartment in great location close to park and right on bus route, which takes one to all Rome attractions. Owner, Sabrina, is charming and a wonderful resource who helps make sure you know how to get around the city and find anything you need. She provided us very useful maps and directions upon arrival that we used throughout our week's stay. We would recommend this apartment and Sabrina as a landlord to anyone traveling to Rome!
Charming second floor apartment filled with art. Sabrina was more than helpful and knows Roma well with many excellent suggestions for our visit. Good kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine. Outdoor second floor terrace for breakfast and warm evenings. Very clean with maid service if desired, and big windows in traditional Roman villa style.
Two blocks to taxi stand and bus line- 15 min to Roma center. We love this neighborhood, close enough to tourist areas, yes. But we felt like we were in our own world, away from the crowds and very near great food and shopping. Piazza Verbano two blocks away for morning cafe and corneto. Villa Ada - Roma's largest park- two blocks up the street. Villa Tortoni fifteen minute walk.
Gelato? yes, two brothers have a small gelateria just a few doors down the street. This is a part of Roma most visitors do not see. With Sabrina as your host you will not be disappointed. Thank you Sabrina for a great visit to Roma. Ciao! Darlene and Blair, San Francisco
the apartment has wifi
Has a beautiful terrace,
the neighborhood is very lively during the day
in the evening is more calm
but there are many restaurants and cinemas and museum
with 15-minute walk you arrive in Via Veneto
(Famous for the Dolce Vita)
There are several bus, direct in Trastevere, Via del Corso, Termini Station.
Behind the house there the park blackberries big in Rome (Villa Ada) and Villa Borghese
with a lake inside
is the upper middle class neighborhood, professionals and actors
People who want an upscale neighborhood but not in the chaos of the city center!
The neighborhood where the apartment is located and 'very quiet and elegant, are all buildings of the first
900 years, you can 'walk to Via Veneto and with a small bus route to Via Barberini; Trevi Fountain and Via del Corso.
The district 'full of green but at the same time full of shops, restaurants and art galleries. It 'a great location, to avoid the chaos of the center but still accessible to all.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£127|
Condizioni di affitto:
Supplemento per pulizia finale e biancheria: 50 Euro.
Acconto del 30% da pagare al momento della prenotazione.
Saldo: bonifico bancario non meno di 5 giorni prima dell'arrivo o in contanti al momento dell'arrivo.
Deposito cauzionale: 150 Euro ( verrà restituito alla fine del soggiorno e dopo la verifica di assenza di danni nell'appartamento).
Checkout entro le ore 11.00
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.