About this listing
Yep. It's the right place.
Airbnb Superhost. Thanks everybody!
Wonderful and brand new artist's loft, cozy and full of light.
Great location, just in the middle of the new trendy Pigneto district (similar to Soho or Brick Lane - full of restaurants, little shops and bars).
Just 10 minutes with 105 bus from Termini Station (where most of the buses and all the Undreground lines are), 15 minutes with a direct fast 18 bus from Piazza Venezia (the very center of Rome).
Ancient oak parquet floor, Chester English sofa, cement bathroom with crystal shower box, industrial kitchen.
Large queen size double bed, memory foam mattress, fast wi-fi internet connection (ask me for the password!), washing machine.
Every piece of furniture is an original vintage piece from Italian, French and German 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's.
Clean towels and sheets included.
A good quality double airbed is also available, to accomodate up to four guests. Just mind that the place is a loft, so it doesn't have doors (except, of course, for the bathroom)
Host speaks Italian, English and French.
I rent the entire loft. You'll have the place just for yourself.
I AM CURRENTLY ALSO LOOKING FOR AN APARTEMENT SWAP WITH LONDON OR PARIS (FLEXIBLE DATES).
The guest have the whole place to themselves.
Interaction with Guests
I usually try to be as much comunicative and flexible as I can with the check in. I'm usually there to welcome them, show them the flat and them the keys, keeping me available if there's any problem. If I'm out of town for work, a friend does it for me.
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You'll love it. If you want a taste of the real new Rome, this is the place to be.
Just 10 minutes with 105 bus from Termini Station (where most of the buses and all the Undreground lines are), 15 minutes with a direct fast 18 bus from Piazza Venezia (the very center of Rome). The bus stop is literally in front of the flat.
Just respect the loft and try to leave it as you find it. I'll appreciate if you'll have a little care for the parquet (it's ancient and quite delicate): when water falls on the floor, it's important to dry it (there's a cloth in every room to make it easy). For the rest, just feel home and enjoy your stay!