Amistad is an apartment located on the 5th floor with elevator of a building 's 800 renovated at the end of 80 years, has 3 rooms with a balcony and private bathroom. It can comfortably accommodate up to 7 people plus 2/3 children.
Amistad House is recently restored 5th floor airy flat, in an building dated back to 1860, in the heart of Rome. Few minutes walking from Colosseum (0,5 miles), Roman Forum (0,6 miles), the Lateran (0,7 miles), Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (0,1 miles). Actually, you can visit by walk all the city, from Amistad. We manage tourism jobs in Rome with proud love since 1995, and we’ll suggest you the best walk-paths to enjoy Rome, even without using once a bus.
Nevertheless, if you really dislike to walk, just get out from the front door, and enter the subway station “Vittorio Emauele” (15 feet ahead the door!). Subway is really cheap (1 €, no matter how long you run) and allows you to reach every important point of the city centre, i.e.: Piazza di Spagna in 5 minutes, Vatican in 9 minutes, the Lateran 2 minutes, etc. You can even use subway to get to the beach (45 minutes), or to the archeological ruins of the ancient roman
harbour Ostia (50 minutes).
Main train station “Termini” is also very close (0,3 miles, or 2 minutes by subway). From this station, the biggest one in Italy, it’s easy to reach Naple, Florence, Pisa, Venice, and quite all Italian towns. Frequent trains run regularly to the international airports “Leonardo Da Vinci” (Fiumicino – FCO), and “Pastine” (Ciampino – CPO).
We are just over the top of Colle Esquilino (one of the famous seven hills), in an area called for “the heart of Rome” by writers such as Carlo E. Gadda, and Amara Lakhous. Roman nobleman Mecenas built his gorgeous villa here; today, people from all over the world here walk, work, and enjoy. The ancient Arch of Gallienus (3rd c.) and famous restaurants Trattoria Monti and Agarta e Romeo are next to our door. Events, concerts and festivals occur very often in the park of next square (piazza Vittorio), few steps away. All around, dozens of stalls sell flowers. Shops, supermarkets, snack-bars, the most inexpensive discount in Italy (“MAS”), and many little coloured and happy knick-knackery shops surround the area. Well, come here. You’ll save money, even in buying souvenirs.
Max with his many years of experience, will be happy to welcome you and show you, in addition to tourist trails, also special secret glimpses of the eternal city.
IMPORTANT: The city tax of Rome (3,50 euro p.p.p.n.) is not included in the price.
Last time for check-in at 21:00. For arrivals after this time there is a charge of EUR 20.00 payable in cash at check-in.
Italian continental breakfast (croissant and coffee / cappuccino), wi-fi, aircon, linens, towels, shared kitchen facilities, kettle, microwave, ceiling fan, heating, and the keys of the room in complete independence.
Interaction with Guests
At your check-in I will be there waiting for you at the time you said, to give you a map of the city and all the necessary information on how to visit the city according to your time and requirements.
Every day we provide to serve breakfast and rearrange the rooms.
Just outside "Vittorio Emanuele" subway stop.
Nearby you can find: "Trattoria Monti" and "Agata e Romeo", two of the most known trattorias in Rome; "Regoli" - delisious fast-food or take away; "Rivoli" famous pastry making; "Fassi" ice cream place, one of the first in Italy.
Other Things to Note
The city tax of Rome (3,50 p.p.p.n.) in NOT included in the price and has to be paid cash on arrival.
Couse a very streight italian low, visitors are not allowed at any-time.
Remember to make us know your arrival time!
If you use the kitchen, remember to keep it clean.
El alojamiento de max estuvo excelente, la habitacion amplia, con calefaccion, nos tenia ricos desayunos, y la cada queda muy cerca del centro de roma!! Todo ok gracias por todo!!
I went on my first European Vacation and used Airbnb the entire time! When looking for places to stay and reading reviews I was looking for specific things, so this review will hopefully be helpful in that way.
Amistad House was perfect! Max had set up a car to pick us up from the airport for a reasonable flat fee. He was up and waiting for us when we arrived, gave us a tour of the place and then sat with us in the kitchen explaining where things were, how far they were and the best ways to get around the beautiful city of Rome.
The room was exactly like the one of the one's pictured. We stayed in the room with 2 twin beds (which are firm), we had a private bathroom with shower in the room, and the radiator in the room was warm. Every morning there was tea, coffee and delicious pastries on the table in the kitchen for breakfast.
The place was super close to everything, which made walking and/or taking the public transportation incredibly convenient.
For those that it matters to: Amistad House is like a super nice hostel with a private room. There are other people who stay there with you in their own rooms, but the only thing communal is the kitchen.
For anyone not used to a "big city" vibe the area could seem intimidating, but don't worry the area is very safe. My friend traveling with me is also female and we would walk home late some nights and were never bothered.
For me this place was A++ and would definitely stay here again!
Tout était perfecto ! Max est un super hôte :) Si nous revenons à Rome, nous retournerons chez Max :)
It was great - the location was perfect and there was a little shop near Vittorio EmanueleStation which sells all sort of asian food.
The place was clean and Max provide us with croissant & coffee every morning which was splendid!
Really nice and clean room close to easy transportation to anywhere in the city! Coffee and Pastries were excellent every morning & Max was an excellent host. gave us a map and helped us with anything we needed throughout our stay. very easy to contact: answered all our questions promptly!
It was very nice to stay at Max. He is kind and everything was clean and comfortable.
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My name is Max. I work in the touristic world since 1997. I manage now 2 apartments: Sixbeds and Amistad, in the heart of Rome, just 3 blocks away from Termini station and just outside Vittorio Emanuele subway stop.
I will give you all the tips you need to visit the Eternal city in the best way, according with your time and expectation.
I don't know if you will have a nice stay with me, but I can promise you I will do all my best with a view to do it!