The cosy and central Apartment Casachica can sleep up to 3 people who want to enjoy the freedom and comfort of a private lodging in the Esquiline area of the city in the centre of Rome. Located in a building from the Umbertine era (XVIII century), this is well situated in the city near Rome’s famous historical buldings such as the Coliseum, Piazza Venezia and the Roman Forum to name just a few.
The apartment has a double room with double bed, a living / dining room, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is completely equipped with all you need to cook (refrigerator, kettle and coffee maker, etc.) and fresh bed linens are provided. You will also be provided with tourist information such as maps and brochures. If you are travelling with children, they sleep for free if they do not occupy an extra bed. In the Esquiline neighbourhood where the apartment is located, there are all manner of services. You can find shops and restaurants everywhere. It is also very close to tourist attractions such as the Coliseum, Piazza Venezia, Roman Forum and Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore.
Feel like you’re at home in the Italian Capital!
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$715 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$2187 /month|
|Check In:||1:00 PM|
|Check Out:||10:00 AM|
We had a very nice stay in Paula's studio. The location was ideal. Overall, Paula's apartment is good value for a couple visiting Rome on a short trip.
Pros: Check-in was smooth. Very convenient location to the main train station. There is a tiny grocery store nearby on the road next to the train station.
Cons: No toilet paper. No hand soap. Surprise 10am checkout time where they gave us 15 minutes to get out of the apartment. Also, the "wireless internet" is a tiny laptop with a mobile internet card - unfortunately the location of the apartment gets hardly any mobile reception.
Just want to replay that 10am checkout time is writen in the house rules, when it is possible we let people stay for longer but that day we had other people coming so it was not possible. Toilet paper and soap is of course our foult due to healty problems of the contact person as we told Mattew, anyway it is normally provided. Regards Paola
Hi! We have a great stay at Paola´s apartment. It is very convenient if you arrive from Termini. We called and 2 minutes later we were in the apartment. It is a small place, but it has all what you need for a good stay. Do not miss the market just 3 blocks from the apartment! We had a small laptop with wifi available at our arrival.
We had a very smooth last minute check-in so that was very good. Unfortunately I think due to time restrictions the apartment wasn't as clean as we hoped. But we received prompt responses from the host and it is very conveniently located.
Our trip in Rome was amazing thanks to the beauty of the town but also to the Paola's appartment : modern, central and enough big for two people. There is climatisation, which is essential in Rome from July to September I think and WiFi worked very well.
Termini is just 5 minutes walking so there are buses, subway and many things that you can find around like supermarkets, snacks and restaurants.
At first sight, the district seems not to be safe but we found it very quite and was not an issue for us.
Paola's place was lovely, and in a very convenient location right near Termini station. She was very helpful in getting us set up in the apartment and providing some recommendations for good places to eat in the area. The apartment was very clean and we really enjoyed our stay!
Place was nice, a little smaller than imaginned by looking at the photos online. Good location, 5 minute walk from the Roma Termini, main central train and metro station.
The kitchen didn't have bowls. (or we couldnt find them) We had a problem with bugs, lots of bugs in the kitchen and baathroom, lucky the apartment had bug spry or it would have been pretty bad.
The apartment was spacious, neat and clean. The extra 16 euros for city tax on arrival was a shock. I thought I had paid for the apartment in full.
Wondering why the extra charge?