Located in the quieter part of Rome’s Trastevere vibrant historic central neighborhood, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is perfect for families, friends and multi-generational vacationers. Plenty of space to stretch out in this 230 square meter (2500 sq ft) apartment. As you enter the secured door, the apartment opens into a spacious foyer that can double as a second living room. The room has a sofa that may turn into a comfortable bed. The first of two bathrooms is decorated in period tile and has a stall shower and pedestal sink. The first of three bedrooms has two double beds and can comfortably sleep four people. All of the remaining rooms branch off a large central corridor that has plenty of storage space throughout.The formal living/dining room has great period pieces. The room is a great place to plan your daily activities and where you can relax after a long day of touring Rome. The large table can comfortably seat eight people. The second of three bedrooms has two twin beds and several antique pieces throughout. A third single bed can be added, if needed. The third bedroom has a double. A third single bed can be added, if needed. The second bathroom has a washing machine and small bathtub/shower. Finally, at the end of the corridor is a newly renovated kitchen with all of the essential items. Oven, four-burner gas stovetop, dishwasher and basic cookware, utensils and serving ware. The apartment has no AC, however it has powerful ceiling fans throughout the apartment to keep it nice and fresh all day.
To remain in compliance with Italian laws, you will be asked to provide a copy of the passport of each guest, including children.
For Your Safety:
1. Always keep the main entrance door and your apartment door closed and locked. Please note, that in many Roman apartments you must turn the key several times to set the deadbolt and secure the door. Take a moment to review the door and lock of your individual apartment.
2. Close and lock the shutters and/or windows when you are not in the apartment. Turn off lights, heaters and air conditioning when the apartment is not occupied.
3. Italians respect quiet hours from 10:00 PM – 8:00 AM. Please be considerate by not slamming doors or speaking loudly in the halls of the apartment building. Avoid disturbing your neighbors.
4. Secure all valuable items before leaving the apartment. When traveling around Rome, be aware of your surroundings and keep your personal items close to your body.
5.Enjoy your stay in Rome