About this listing
You will be welcomed in a nice large room, colorful and bright, with refined Italian design and warm parquet floor.
The apartment is in a historic building of the early 900 in the lively San Lorenzo
We have got the permission of local authority number QA/(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) that guarantees the house's safety.
The apartment is on the first floor of a historic building of the early twentieth century with characteristic balconies and a beautiful courtyard with a parking for bicycles. The room where you will stay is spacious, colorful and bright, with refined italian furnitures design and parquet floor. It has a comfortable double bed in wood eco-friendly and a beautiful library full of books about art, archeology, cinema, travel and photography available to guests. It 's very comfortable, just like the whole house of 90 square meters, with a large kitchen where you can get breakfast, a functional shared bathroom with shower and a balcony overlooking the courtyard.
In addition to the room, our guests can use bathroom with bathtub and the shower, the kitchen for breakfast and the fridge.
Interaction with guests
We will meet the guests at check-in and check-out and at breakfast time. We will be happy to provide all the information that you need to fully enjoy to stay in Rome.
We rent city bikes.
Possiamo rilasciare regolare fattura a chiunque ne avesse bisogno
The disctrict of San Lorenzo is easily reached by subway and bus. It’s very close to Termini, the central railway station, and not far from the new Tiburtina railway station. Close by to "La Sapienza”, the largest university in Europe, San Lorenzo attracted a student population, and the district quickly became the home of free-thinkers, young political activists, and artists of all sorts: therefore it is described as the Montmartre of Rome. But it's also inhabited and frequented by university teachers, professionals and families. San Lorenzo s a lively area full of x nightclubs, cultural happenings, c cf dc ed x x x cd e c cc Cr shops, and bookshops. It also has a colourful market and a lot of open air cafès x splendid home made x
In the summer our district begins a little bit ç c cç in the night, then is better to keep the windows closed!
It is a car free zone by x x which makes it enjoyable for pedestrians.
It is located 20 minutes by foot from the Colosseum, 5 minutes from Piazza Vittorio, a colourful multiethnic square with one of the biggest produce markets of the city.
Other things to note
You will be received by a "typical" Italian family with two children aged 8 and 10 years (and a cat named Mimì), which will be very happy to share with you all the differents aspects of the Roman world.
We offer the option of half board with cooking lesson on preparing traditional Roman dishes. In addition, we are both experts runners will be happy to show you the most beautiful places to go for a run, so you know a less known aspect of Rome.
In the summer our district begins a little bit noisy in the night, then is better to keep the windows closed!
You can take a shower from 8,30 a.m., and have a breakfast from 8,30 until 10,30 a.m.
You can't cook or prepare dishes by yourself
Please avoid disturbing noises during the night, we are in an apartment house.
Please don't smoke in the apartment and always inform of any damage or malfunction.
Ciao, siamo Marzia, Paolo, Eva ed Ernesto.
Abitiamo a San Lorenzo da oltre 10 anni e saremo ben lieti di fornirvi tutte le informazioni necessarie a rendere speciale il vostro soggiorno nel nostro quartiere e nella nostra meravigliosa città.
Marzia lavora come archeologa e conosce alla perfezione tutti i segreti della Roma antica; Paolo, montatore e filmaker, condividerà con voi gli aspetti più moderni della città. E' inoltre un ottimo cuoco e potrà organizzare per voi, su richiesta, delle cene comprensive di lezioni di cucina sulla preparazione della pasta fatta in casa e dei piatti della tradizione romana.
Inoltre siamo entrambi degli esperti runners, e saremo felici di indicarvi i luoghi più suggestivi dove andare a correre, così da conoscere un aspetto meno noto di Roma.