About this listing
This apartment was completely designed by ourselves with recyclable materials,boards, pieces of wood, old chest of our grandparents,black&white photos of Trastevere.We mixed our passion: black-and-white analogic photography and the italian handcraft.
Riari Guest House is located on the ground floor of a 1900 building in the heart of Rome, in the characteristic quarter, Trastevere.
From Riari Guest House, crossing Ponte Sisto (the footbridge) you can walk to the main historical and cultural attractions of the city. In less than ten minutes, you'll reach the Palatinum, the Coliseum and the Roman Forum or, in the same time, walk to the Pantheon, Navona Square, Campo dei Fiori and Ghetto. Some minutes more, and you'll enjoy the splendid views of Piazza di Spagna with the Spanish Steps.
Then climb the Steps to take a rest under the trees of Villa Borghese, Pincio, or Giardino del Lago. Cross again the Tiber River on the way back and admire the splendor of Saint Peter Cathedral and of Castel Sant'Angelo. Then, if you will not be too tired, walk back home in ten minutes, through the characteristic vicoli (small streets) of Trastevere.
Our apartment is completely independent, on the ground floor; it's fully renovated and furnished.
Riari Guest House is composed by: one master bedroom with one king size bed and two wardrobes, one comfortable bathroom (with shower, hairdryer, shampoo&soap) one hall with the stocked kitchen and a large living room equipped with two single bed.
Many objects in our house, have been created by ourselves!
Dear Guest, look our photos! Picture describes better than words!
The price is inclusive of:
-Crib and highchair for our little guests
- Air conditioner
- Bath towels, bed linens and covers
- Kit shampoo&soap
- Kitchen stuff
- Moka, kettle, orange squeezer, toaster
- WI-Fi 24/24 h
- Rome's guides
- Games for our little guests.
New York has its Greenwich Village, and Rome has its Trastevere. In Trastevere's case, however, the sense of being a world apart goes back more than two millennia. The inhabitants don't even call themselves Romans but Trasteverini, going on to claim that they, not the citizens north of the river, are the true remaining Romans. No matter: A trip to Trastevere (literally, "across the Tiber") still feels a bit like entering a different time and place. Some call it the world's third-smallest nation (after the Vatican, No. 2). A living chronology, the district remains an enchanting confusion of past and present. With its charming, crumbling streets lined with medieval bell towers and chic osterie, this is one big little town where strangers don't remain strangers too long. True Trasteverini are now few and far between, most of the older generation having sold their now valuable family apartments, but something of them remains.
Trastevere's new residents promote a new kind of outsider identity, embodied variously in yoga centers, social outreach programs, and innumerable funky bars.
The heart of Trastevere is the lovely Piazza Santa Maria, presided over by the gilded and floodlit church of the same name. Nearby are a variety of historic churches, set in alleys and sunny piazzas, but the greatest artistic treasures are to be found a short walk to the north, in Raphael's frescoes at the Villa Farnesina in front of our street), and the Baroque paintings, including a Caravaggio, in the collection at the Palazzo Corsini (the building is before our street). The neighborhood's greatest attraction, however, is simply its atmosphere—traditional shops set along crooked streets, peaceful during the day, and alive with throngs of restaurant- and partygoers at night.
New York a son Greenwich Village , et Rome a son Trastevere . Dans le cas de Trastevere , cependant, le sentiment d'être un monde à part va à plus de deux millénaires . Les habitants ne se sont même pas appeler Romains mais Trasteverini , allant jusqu'à affirmer qu'ils , et non les citoyens nord de la rivière , sont les vrais Romains restants . Peu importe : Un voyage à Trastevere (littéralement , " à travers le Tibre» ) se sent encore un peu comme entrer dans un autre temps et de lieu. Certains l'appellent la troisième plus petite nation du monde ( après le Vatican , n ° 2) . Une chronologie vivant , le quartier reste une confusion enchanteur du passé et du présent. Avec son charme , l'effritement des rues bordées de clochers médiévaux et osterie chic, ceci est une grande petite ville où les étrangers ne restent pas trop longtemps étrangers . Vrai Trasteverini sont maintenant rares , la plupart de l'ancienne génération ayant vendu leurs appartements familiaux maintenant précieux , mais quelque chose d'eux reste .
Our palazzo is a quiet and exclusive environment so:
- No parties, music or noises after 10.00 p.m.
Children and pets are very welcome so:
- NO SMOKING!!
Please be conscious about leaving lights on/off.
Try to be green! Like us!
It's important to remember that:
- check-in is after 14.00 a.m. check-out before 11.00 a.m.
CIAO A TUTTI! HELLO THERE!
°° We're Martina&Luca, a young roman couple, we're both born in Rome; Martina in Trastevere and Luca in S. Peter.
We met in University of Rome, seven years ago.
Luca is graduated in Communication and Martina is graduated in Art History. °°
** We love our houses, we love our neighborhood, YOU WILL TOO!!
Our elegant building is an oasis after a hard day, in our apartments you can find an unique and comfortable space to relaxing. **
__ Take a look at our guests reviews to see what our travelers say about us and our listings: we enjoy hosting people from all over the world and sharing our favorite places to visit in Rome! We should be able to point you in the right direction!!__
SEE YOU SOON IN TRASTEVERE!
Riari Guest House