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!
Please note that for every check-in performed after 8.30pm we require an extra fee of 35 euros to be paid cash to your greeter. Thanks
An apartment have great location, so you can see all Roman and Vatican famous places. Neighbourhood is safe and nearby is lovely Campo d'Fiori which have specific italian, romantic soul. :-)
appartamento gradevole per qualche giorno e la vicinanza con campo dei fiori è sicuramente un grandissimo vantaggio.
Ottimo per un week end pr scoprire la capitale.
Wonderful flat in the heart of Rome!!
We very much enjoyed our week-long stay at this BnB and will definitely be back in the future. :-)
- Location, location, location! All the major sites were easily accessible by 10-20 minute walk. Cute neighborhood with lots of places to eat, shop, and buy groceries.
- Very clean apartment with all the amenities. Fast internet, towels, kitchen complete with dishes and cutlery, extra blankets, and even a hair dryer!
- The hosts were very kind and accommodating, especially Pietro who had lots of great information for us when we checked in. Thanks again, Pietro! :-)
- There isn't much in the way of windows, so it's easy to lose track of daylight hours, especially in the morning.
- The building is quite old, so the walls are paper thin. You can literally hear everything. If you're a light sleeper, bring earplugs! Also, there happened to be construction going on right outside the door leading to the "courtyard", which was crazy loud and woke us up at 8am every day. If you plan on coming during the week and are not "morning people", I would ask the hosts if the construction has been completed yet.
- The hot water runs out quite quickly (and abruptly) in the shower, so conserve it, or you might receive a cold shock first thing in the morning.
Nous avons reçu un très bon accueil. Emiliano était très rapide pour nous répondre et s'est adapté à nos horaires d'arrivée et départ. Merci Emiliano ;)
Le quartier est idéal pour visiter Rome à pieds, acheter à manger au marché ou trouver un restaurant.
L'appartement était propre, bien équipé et conforme aux photos.
Basic apartment in the centre of Rome. My friend and i (18 years old) thought it was great in terms of it's location. The wifi was great as well as the AC. The cooking facilities were a bit of a nightmare as you we were unable to turn the cooker off, so we were forced to call the host to help us. After this we did not use it again. The room was relatively clean, but you get what you pay for so it didn't really bother us. Emiliano organised for a taxi to pick us up at the air port at a cost of 50 euros. Make sure you organise your own transport from the airport as all taxis charge 30 euros, however, it was nice to have personal service where the driver took us straight to our door; probably not worth the extra 20 euros in hindsight.
Nous n'avons pas rencontré Emilano et maria, mais quelqu'un nous a remis les clés.
L'appartement est vraiment extrêmement bien situé, dans un quartier super. Idéal pour visiter Rome.
Il est vrai que l'appartement manque de lumière, mais bon, quand on va à Rome, c'est surtout pour être dehors !
We echo all the positive attributes others have written about this excellent apartment…the location is positively superb, safe, and walking distance from most every major site in Rome as well as public transportation. We stayed in the apartment for just over a week and it met all our needs. Air conditioned, cool, with all kitchen and bathroom amenities were provided. Be sure to set alarms! It is easy to lose track of the time with no windows. We never met Emiliano or Maria, but Stanislao helped us settle in and was on time, welcoming and informative. Campo di Fiori is a vibrant, diverse and lively area to live with picturesque cobble stone streets and distressed buildings. A daily market in the neighborhood piazza is perfect for breakfast or lunching! Aside from highly recommending this apartment for any length of stay in Rome, we thought it might be helpful to also recommend some of our local favorites in the area:
Osteria Fortunata: (Via del pellegrino)--some of the best homemade pastas around we thought. Inexpensive, small menu and pure italian nona cooking!
My-ale: (Via de cappelari)--delicious all-organic paninis, cheeses, salamis, local beers and the killer zabglione (similar to an affogato but oh so much better!) is a must as an evening treat. The owner, Marco is a gem.
Roscioli--unforgettable pizzas, breads and porchetta. Roman style pizza sold by the weight and pastries that impress.
Casa Bottega: there are a few of these small storefronts with beautiful terrace seating
Tazo de Oro: cappuccino in the shade of the pantheon
Barnum: (turn right from apartment, then left on main road and it 3 doors down)--hip, relaxing, yuppy cafe that turns into a lounge in the evenings
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Open minded, love travel, new places, music and people. We'd be happy to provide our guests with the best tips to visit and enjoy the city - away from touristic mainstream! We are from Rome and really know what's going on in town.