|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
This 35 square metres studio flats for 4 offers contemporary living space finished to an exceptional standard and benefits from a premier location close to Campo de Fiori. The apartment has been recently renovated to optimized the space and to make it more functional. Its modern design makes this accommodation stylish and comfortable. The bright living space comprises a double bed, a sofa bed and a smart kitchenette with table and chairs. There is also a bathroom with shower. From the windows you can enjoy the fascinating view of one of the most beautiful churches of Rome, San Giovanni dei Fiorentini. This is a romantic and well refined apartment in an excellent location.
Walking distances :
Campo de Fiori - 3 minutes.
Piazza Farnese - 3 minutes.
Trastevere - 3 minutes.
Piazza Navona - 5 minutes.
Pantheon - 6 minutes.
Fori Imperiali - 8 minutes.
Mouth of Truth - 10 minutes.
Vatican - 10 minutes.
Abbiamo alloggiato 4 giorni in questo appartamento. Eravamo in 4 e ci siamo trovate benissimo!
Nonostante sia piccolo, l'appartamento offre davvero tutto ciò che si può chiedere!
Il proprietario è gentile e disponibile.
Bus stop is just 10 seconds away with the bus routes that can take you to Termini and most tourist attractions. Very close to Vatikan.
Good for 2 person and too crowded for 4.
The place is clean. But the bed would need to be replaced.
Overall, a good place to stay.
The photos are accurate but make the place seem more spacious than it feels when you get there. We are 2 adults of medium build and we were tripping over each other a bit. We like to eat breakfast and ocassionally dinner in the apartment which is how we discovered that the kitchen is not really designed for eating in. Having said that, Weekey Rentals, which manages the property, was kind enough to arrange for some new utensils so we didn't have to eat every meal in a restaurant.
Perhaps the biggest surprise was the bathroom with a large crack in the glass panel between the shower and sink but fortunately there was no leakage and the glass is still very solid. I felt sorry for the poeple living below since the bathroom door drags along the floor and therefore squeaks (think nails on a blackboard). Rather annoying, especially if you use the bathroom at night.
Now, for the good stuff. The location was great to walk to not only the Vatican but other places like Fontana di Trevi. There are also heaps of restaurants and one in particular that's just around the corner, Taverna di Giulia, that we really enjoyed.
If you ever go to Rome you have to stay at this place! Every day we appreciated the apartment and the most fantastic surrounding.
The apartment is right in the heart of city, close to the river and Vatican - so expect some street noise most of the time. It did not keep us awake but we are not light sleepers. We only took public transportation to the apartment otherwise you were within walking distance of everything.
The pictures are accurate - one room with a large bed and sofa, kitchenette and bathroom. We emailed all our communications which worked well and they always responded promptly. Everything was spotless and ready to move it. Emanuele met us about 20 minutes after we arrived and showed us mapped highlights and in and outs of the apartment. The suite is on the second floor (five flights) so you have to expect some stair climbing, but after walking Italy it was easily handled.
This place is ideal for a couple, although we did have our daughter come and join us and she slept comfortably on the sofa. The only issue is the hot water tank is good for two showers and then you wait for a recharge.
We really did not use the kitchen at all since there are so many places to eat within a short walk. The best place we found for a meal was La Fraschetta di Castel Sant'Angelo. If you are looking for a fresh morning croissant and coffee - any place down the street has many choices. We also easily walked around in the evenings for dinner and always felts safe in our surroundings which was nice.
Enjoy the many things this city has to offer the tourist - it is a busy place on season and off.
There were a couple things that needed attention in the suite that can easily be fixed with a few tools and I will let them know on a separate email as they are tweaks and not show stoppers.
My husband and i stayed in this apartment for 5 nights recently. it is quiet small, but the bed is large comfortable and clean. i think fitting more than two persons in the room would be a challenge.
there is a serious mould problem in the shower, which is due to poor drainage, that permeates the whole apartment. so windows have to be kept open, which then allows the outside traffic noise to be a little disturbing. the mould must be seeping through the connecting wall into the kitchen cupboards because although the kitchen is quite new, when you open the cupboards the musty smell is very prominent.
i do hope this maintenance problem is addressed as this is otherwise a good little apartment.
we also would like to make mention of a restaurant very close by called 'the meat market'. really great hamburgers. after living on pasta and pizza for 3 weeks, this restaurant made a very nice change.
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You are in the heart of Baroque Rome, but not only: in every street corner you can see many traces of ancient Rome.
The apartment is located in Via Giulia and overlooks a beautiful Baroque church of 1500.
In a 2-minute walk you can reach the beautiful Piazza Farnese and the famous Campo de Fiori, where every morning since 1869 stages a characteristic market of fruits and flowers. In a few minutes, walking through alleys steeped in history, we arrive at the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.
From this strategic area, you can easily walk to other extraordinary places such as Castel Sant'Angelo, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter's Basilica, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
You may also decide to cross the bridge of Ponte Sisto to explore the secrets of Trastevere and get a taste of authentic Roman life.
The whole area is full of bars, supermarkets, groceries, restaurants, shops, wine bars, shops and restaurants.