About this listing
The palace was built in 1970 while the apartment has just been renovated. It is a super penthouse top floor with incredible views of Rome and stylish decor.
The flat is a stone's throw from the historic center of Rome and in a very quiet neighborhood.
The nightly rate is for 2 people
Linens and towels are included
Wi-fi connection included
Guide books and maps included
Televisions with DVD player
Guests will be guided and informed about the use of all the facilities.
The owner provides guests to move in the city
It 'available TV, fridge, kettle, towels, sheets, hair dryer
For Your check-in my cleaner boy Cristoff will welcome you !Please send a message by phone to him when you will arrive next the flat and wait him in the street out of the door, he can find you easly... His number phone is +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)! You can pay directly to Kristof the City Tax.
How I wrote to you in the last mail the City tax is 3,50 per person per nights.
Please remember to send by mail the foto of your identity card.
The owner provides maps to move in the city.
For check-in night, from 20:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., is applies a surcharge of 50 euros, compulsory to pay in cash upon arrival to the apartment.
I live in Rome, so when you arrive at the airport text me and we meet in front of the building door. Living next to you i will available 24h on 24 for any problems immediately.
The payment of the stay does not include the City tax EUR 3.50 per person per night, to pay in cash upon arrival to the apartment.
Interaction with Guests
The photos published on airbnb, show the flat. It is a super penthouse top floor with incredible views of Rome and stylish decor. In the flat ther's a spacious one bedroom that offers a double bed and a double sofa bed. It has a full kitchen with a washing machine and two separate rooftop terraces from which several of the famous buildings of EUR can be seen in the distance. In the photos you can also find the apartment's plan and see how the environments are located. This will help you understand the best accommodation for you.
Our house is located 3 kilometers from the historic center of Rome (Trastevere), only a few meter from all services and a train station that door (only one stop and a trip of 3 minute) in the Vatican Museum. One of the best things about the apartment was its location in the interesting and historic Monteverde Vecchio neighborhood. If you like green area, you can easily enjoy to explore the parks near the apartment, such as: Villa Pamphili, Rome's largest park and Villa Sciarra. Just behind the apartment building, and accessible from any of the streets that intersect the Viale dei Quattro Venti, is the famous Gianicolo Hill. If you're feeling energetic, you can walk up to the top of the Gianicolo (about a 15 minute walk) or you can take a city bus from the Piazzale Quattro Venti immediately north of the apartment building. At the top of the Gianicolo, you will find some of the most interesting sights that Rome has to offer. Some spots offer magnificent panoramic views of the Tiber, the historic center of Rome, and the hills beyond. You can also walk to the beautiful Acqua Paola fountain, the Renaissance architect Bramante's perfect little round temple at the church of San Pietro in Montorio, and the Museo della Republica Romana, a museum that commemorates Garibaldi's epic battle against the forces of the Pope fought to secure Italy's independence and unification. Also at the top of the hill are fascinating monuments to Garibaldi, his revolutionary wife Anita, and many of his comrades in the Italian independence movement. And, best of all, at the top of the Gianicolo is an entrance to the enormous and beautiful park surrounding the Villa Doria Pamphili. The park is the largest open green space in Rome. As far as we're concerned, its design and attractions rival the greatest parks of the western world, such as Regents Park and Hampstead Heath in London and Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Romans flock to the park to stroll, jog, bicycle, do yoga, walk their dogs and play with their children, but the park is so spacious that it never seems crowded. There is an ornamental pond modeled on the one at Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, miles of walking paths, a small formal Renaissance garden surrounding the villa, a pleasant open-air restaurant where you can eat a meal or buy a picnic basket, and even showers if you want to clean up after exercising. The park is a wonderful respite from the noise, traffic and crowds that sometimes make Rome overwhelming. Nearby there are numerous restaurants, conviviality and gastronomic.
The train station Quattro Venti is located in front of the apartment. In this station you can find the train to Vaticano (only one stop and in 5 minute you will arrive in Vaticano Museum). The train also go to the Metro A.
The tram n. 8 stop, is 7 minutes by foot (500 mt) from the flat.
This tram takes you to the center of Rome. It's great to go to Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, Colosseo, Domus Aurea, ecc.
Other Things to Note
Here's how to reach us:
From Leonardo Da Vinci airport
Urban train to Trastevere Station (30 minute trip)
Tram number 8, only 1 stop
From Ciampino airport
Bus to Termini Station.
Urban train to Trastevere Station.
Tram number 8, only 1 stop
From Termini Station
-Bus H, 11 stops, get off at Gianicolense/S. Camillo stop.
-Bus 40, 3 stops, get off at Piazza Venezia, give the tram n. 8, 10 stops, get off at Gianicolense Ponte Bianco.
From Trastevere Station
Tram number 8,only 1 stop
For check-in night, from 20:30 p.m. to 6: 30 a.m., is applies a surcharge of 50 euros, compulsory to pay in cash upon arrival to the apartment.
Check in time needs to be agreed with host. 10 euros per hour will be applied for lateness.
Please water the plants.
Please do not throw waste in the sink or in the toilet.
Remember to close the door of the elevator.
To avoid blackouts do not turn on all appliances together.
Please throw your garbage in the containers on the road on departure