About this listing
5 min walking distance from Saint John's Basilica, the Holy Cross Basilica in Jerusalem and the Holy Stairs, 10 min from Coliseum and 15 min by metro from Spanish Steps, the house is a jewel to return after sightseeing immersed in history and art.
The apartment is the perfect place to live the experience of living in a building of the 30ies of the twentieth century with original (although renovated) floors and stucco ceiling. The apartment, 65 square meters, is bright and completely renovated, it is on the first floor of a building with elevator and consists of a large double bedroom, a living room with sofa bed and TV, and a kitchen equipped with new furniture and bathroom.
It has air conditioning in all rooms more heating.
- The WIFI is unlimited and fast - you can search on your device the net called "Telecom", the password, that I will provide you at the check in moment, is written under the modem set in the bedroom;
- The hot water is always available, for the heater we will show you how to switch it on.
- at Home you can find a black book with some cards from many restaurants in the area and cards of some bike/vespa rentals;
- You will find also some magazines with reportage about Rome with addresses for interesting places to visit!
Interaction with guests
You will be welcome at my apartment, I will be available for any need. I will be happy to help you to make your stay as perfect as possible :)
The district, a very well-connected area with the center of Rome, is very easy to live in; walking, you can enjoy a large area full of shops, pharmacies, restaurants and places of cultural interest. Within 5 minutes by walking to the Basilica of St. John, the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem and the Holy Stairs (Scala Sancta), and in just over 10 minutes the Colosseum and only 7 metro stops (15 minutes) the Spanish Steps (piazza di Spagna).
Not far you can reach the green spaces of Villa Celimontana and the Baths of Caracalla, both are the perfect location of outdoor events during the summer months.
The best and fastest way to move in Rome is the subway.
In a short walking distance from the apartment (3 minutes) there is the orange line (Metro A) "Re di Roma" stop, it is the fastest way to reach: Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museums, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountains.
A few hundred meters, at Tuscolo Square, there is also a very useful taxi station.
By bus - n 87 (that you can get in via Faleria, very close to via Lavinio) you can reach Largo Argentina, piazza Navona & Pantheon or piazza Venezia/Fori Imperiali or Colosseum (if you do not want to reach it by 15 minutes walking).
Other things to note
City tax = 3,5€ per person / night. It has not to be paid for children younger than 10 years old.
For booking longer than 10 days the city tax is due to be paid for the first 10 days and not longer.
We welcome you, please be respectful of the house and the neighborhood.
Make sure that all electrical equipment is switched off when you leave for sightseeing, the planet will be grateful!
Please, I would need a telephone number that works in Italy. I do not live here and it is extremely important to communicate at the arrival moment. I will go to the flat only for you :)
LATE CHECK IN ARE AN EXCEPTION:
€ 20 extra for check in after 8pm.
€ 30 extra for check in after 10pm.
€ 50 extra for check in after 11.30pm.
- Check in on the days of public holidays (January 1st, 6th, Easter, April 25th, May 1st, June 2nd, 29th, August 15th, November 1st, December 8th, 25th, 26th): €50,00.
This host has a Strict Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 30 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 30 days of the trip and get a 50% refund of the nightly rate, as well as a full refund of fees.
I love traveling, I love the US but also India and the sea. I often go to cinema, I eat Japanese food whenever I can and my favorite animal is my cat, Sybil.
I often work with people from abroad and I love to suggest them my favourite places and restaurants to go, far from the tourist tours, because I love to let people know the everyday italian life style.
Mi piace viaggiare, adoro gli Stati Uniti ma anche l'India e il mare. Vado spesso al cinema, mangio cibo giapponese ogni volta che posso e il mio animale preferito è il mio gatto, Sibilla.
Lavoro spesso con persone provenienti dall'estero e mi piace suggerire loro i miei posti preferiti e ristoranti dove andare, lontano dai circuiti turistici, perché amo far conoscere lo stile di vita italiano di tutti i giorni.