This nice and smart studio apartment is located just near the lovely and lively Campo de Fiori square. You will experience to live at the very heart of The Eeternal City.. walking distance from all the most attractive sights of Rome. Very well connected by bus to the Termini central station and to all the others interest spots of the city. But, believe me,you can easily reach every place whortwile a visit just opening your door and following your own serendipity.
The flat has been recently totally renewed and comes with everything you might need for a pleasant stay: a well furnished kitchen, a wide double pull out sofa bed, air conditioning, tv, bathroom with shower. free internet wi fi connection.
A plenty of bars, restaurants, shops are just around the corner. not to mention several, interesting, original art galleries that opened recently in this area and that prove the increasing value of Rome as showcase for contemporary art.
I look forward to welcoming you! Please feel free to message with any questions!
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$21 / night after 2 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$572 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$2001 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
Emiliano is a very nice host. He was there, as scheduled, to meet when I arrived at the flat. When I had a small issue later that day, he came all the way back to the flat to help, I really appreciated..
As for the flat itself, it is pretty much as other people described, It's not the greatest space but the location is amazing. Personally, I did not realize how the lack of natural light would impact me. Having known, I would probably have stayed at a different place. For 1 or 2 days, I don't think it would be an issue but I stayed one week and missed having natural light in the flat. At least, to be able to see how the weather was outside without having to actually go out, there was a door to a small courtyard allow to have a small peak at the sky (the flat is on the ground floor and the building is about 3 or 4 story high so there is not any natural light coming down from the courtyard). As other people described, the hot water reservoir seems pretty small. The first time I took my shower, it started cooling down towards the end. So, no way to take a long shower (or if you are two, it would definitively be difficult for both to take a shower one after the other). Finally, make sure you bring something to wear when in the flat. I don't like to wear my shoes inside, especially that it feels good to take them off after a lot of walking. Fortunately for me, because of where I have been traveling before, I had flip flops that I was able to wear. The floor is made of terracota so they are relatively cold (I went in December, I assume it's refreshing in the summer :). Because of that, it does feel humid inside and I had the heating running pretty much all the time to reduce the humidity. Again, nothing I was surprised about since other people mentioned it.
So, all in all, as long as you know about the caveats of this place (like I did), you'll be OK. I can't rate it 5 stars as it is not but again, the location is hard to beat so it's a very good place for a short stay.
Great apartment in an awesome location, just a few blocks from Campo de Fiori and within walking distance of pretty much anywhere you'd want to go in Rome, minutes from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, a mile from the Vatican, just across the bridge from Trastevere, a pleasant stroll from the Forum and the Coliseum, you can do it all. We were in Rome for a week, and thanks to the amazing location of this flat, we only ever had to take a cab or a bus twice - the way to and from the airport.
The apartment itself was a great size for us (a couple). It has one large bed, quite comfortable, a clean bathroom, a functioning kitchen, pretty much everything you need in a vacation base.
Emiliano is great. He met us outside the apartment with fresh pizza from Forno, one of the top rated pizza spots in Rome, gave us a quick tour of the apartment, and handed over the keys. He's very easy to reach, we called him once when the building's electricity went out and he came right over (literally took him a minute) and sorted things out with the electricity guys and soon we were back in business. (If the electricity does go out on you, and you don't have a phone, there's a place called Bull Dog Inn on Vittorio Emanuel II that has free wifi as long as you order a dessert or something).
Great Location! Loved staying right near Campo de Fiori, great location for day time markets and nightlife with multiple resturant options for every meal. Emiliano was very helpful and met us in Campo de Fiori seeing as we had a little trouble finding our way around at first. Apartment was everything we needed, check in and out was easy and we had a great time in Rome, woudl stay here again if we returned to Rome! Thanks!
Emiliano was very friendly and professional. We were running terribly late from the airport but Emiliano waited patiently for us and even had a bottle of wine and snacks available upon our arrival. The location was fantastic! We were able to walk to all the major sites in Rome from here. It was very safe, and clean.
We set up base here for 6 days in Rome, besides getting our luggage to and from the train station, we did not have to use public transport once for our stay as the apartment is so well located. Emiliano met us at one of the local squares and agave us a quick tour through Campo De fiore and checked us in at the apartment. He is a warm host and was very helpful with his communication, even providing a wonderful fruit basket for us to enjoy.
The apartment is quite small but the bed folds away to create a bit of space if required during the day. We loved our time in Rome and would definitely stay again with Emiliano.
Emiliano was a gracious host. He was very accommodating as to our arrival and departure times. His place was very comfortable and clean. He left us with some fresh fruit and juice for our stay. We felt like we really experienced what it is like to live in Rome.
His apartment was in easy walking distance of the Pantheon, the Bridge of Angels, the Trevi Fountain and the Vatican. The Palazzo Farnese was at the end of his street. During the day the palazzo was host to a market where you good buy local food, wine & clothes. At night the restaurants and street performers took over. All in all a very colorful & exciting experience.
Emiliano was a great host.
He's been helpful during our trip in Rome and very nice when we met.
The flat was lovely, very quiet, clean and we had fresh fruits as welcome gift! Adorable! Its location is perfect to visit the old town and famous monuments and the neighborhood is just gorgeous.
Plus, the wifi was really smooth.
Although we enjoyed our stay the following needs to be mentioned about the place: hot water will most likely run out if two people shower after each other, the place has very limited lighting and circulation, also would of been nice if there was some air refresher as part of the prior clean up, we were woken up 2 nights due to the noise, stove does not work efficiently, we also found the place to be a little damp and wet.
In saying the above Emiliano is a very nice and helpful host who will quickly respond to any needs you may have, location is also good.
We never met Emiliano unfortunately but communicated with him alot via email both before and during our stay at his studio in Roma. The location of the apartment is so central, we walked everywhere and you're only around the corner from Campo di Fiore, across the river from Trestevere and a few blocks away from Piazza Navona. The studio itself has everything, except natural light! But being on the ground floor in a big city like Roma we understand that this is difficult. The bottle of wine and snacks on arrival was a really lovely gesture. We would highly recommend this studio! Thanks for having us Emiliano, and to your friendly neighbour Carlotta for letting us in on the first night for our late arrival. It was really appreciated...Tim & Courtney
Perfect location, as described. Emiliano is easy to communicate with. I would recommend it.