FLAT WITH BIG TERRACE IN ROME

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Via del Pigneto, Rome, Lazio 00176, Italy

A nice private apartment in Pigneto, with great terrace and all confort.

The Space

NICE FLAT 50 SQMT WITH 50 SQMT TERRACE IN ROME CENTRAL IN THE TRENDY AREA OF PIGNETO. DOUBLE ROOM, LIVING ROOM, LOFT WITH EXTRA BED, AND STUDIO ROOM. WIFI, CABLE TV, WASHING MACHINE, WASHING DISHES, AIRCON. 10MIN BY BUS FROM TERMINI STATION GREAT DEAL FOR YOUR TIME IN ROME AVAILABLE WEEKLY.
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Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Extra people: No Charge
Minimum Stay: 4 nights
Weekly Price: $640 /week
Monthly Price: $2560 /month
Security Deposit: $569
Cleaning Fee: $57
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
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Cancellation: Strict

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  • The reservation was canceled 25 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    June 2013
  • What a fantastic apartment to stay in. This place has everything that you need for a week long stay in Rome. We did not get the chance to meet Davide but Antonella meet us and showed us everything that we needed to know about the apartment. Buses run from right out the front of the apartment but we choose to walk as it is about 25 mins to the start of the touristy area of Rome. Pigneto is an awesome little suburb with lots of cool little bars and places to eat.

    October 2012
  • Davide's flat is beautiful!

    It has a huge terrace which was perfect for sunny days in Rome. Inside the flat it is spacious, modern and stylish with all the amenities we needed including fast and reliable internet. We really liked the location - Pigneto is lively and diverse with lots of bars and a regular food market and lots of independent retailers. We had previously stayed near to the Vatican but we preferred Davide's flat in Pigneto as it was less touristy and felt like a sanctuary from the crowds that you find in the centre of Rome. Accessing the centre was easy, with buses direct to Termini (10 minutes), the Colloseum (10 minutes) and other main sights, leaving from right outside his door. On most days we walked into town rather than using the bus as the weather was warm and it was a great way to see the sights.

    We are very grateful to Davide for letting us stay in his beautiful home and would definitely stay here again.

    September 2012
  • David offers a beautiful, modern apartment in a cool area of Rome. The interior is well-designed, the bed is extremely comfortable, the kitchen and bathroom fixtures are brand new and modern. Everything is clean. The terrace is amazing, great for sitting outside any time of day or night. The internet is fast and reliable (I worked full-time on the internet, including calls). The washing machine is very convenient. The Air conditioning is powerful and quick. Bus stop to the center of Rome is right in front of the apartment. It's just a great, modern, fancy, cool apartment. I would definitely stay here again! Has all the comforts of home.

    June 2012
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English, Español, Français, Italiano, Русский
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(website hidden), Fotografia, Photographer, Freelance Photographer, VII Photo Agency
About
Born in 1974 Davide Monteleone spent the first 18 years moving to various cities of Italy cause of the work of his parents. He studied engineering and then stopped to move first in the U.S. and then England. Is here that he started discovering his interest in photography and journalism. Back to Italy in 2000, he completes his studies in photography and begins to work with the major Italian magazines. At the end of 2001 he moves again, this time to Moscow, where he lives permanently until 2003 working as correspondent for the photo agency Contrasto. This choice is determinant for his career. He start working regularly with major national and international newspapers such as D, Io Donna, L’espresso, New York Times, Time, Stern, New Yorker, just to name a few. Since 2003 lives between Italy and Russia, where he is pursuing long-term personal projects and continues his editorial work. He published his first book “Dusha, Russian Soul” in 2007, and “La line inesistente” in 2009. He does not forget the international news and its reports has won numerous awards including the World Press Photo in 2007 and 2009, the International Photo Award in 2008, Emerging Photographer Grant, Freelens Award and many others. In recent years alongside the editorial work, He started exhibiting and teaching.
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