About this listing
This lovely room is located in a sunny top-floor apartment that has been recently renovated.
You will have a cozy bedroom with an adjoining bathroom all to yourself and have 24-hour access to a shared kitchen
Fresh clean sheets, towels and soap are furnished, as well as other amenities:
high speed wireless internet
The bedroom has hardwood floors, a dresser, lamp and a comfortable single bed with a queen size loft bed above it.
The room can accommodate up to three people. It has a big window that lets in plenty of light.
The bathroom has a bath/shower and all new fixtures.
The kitchen is cheerfully tiled in white and red and is furnished with a large refrigerator, a gas stove, and utensils and appliances.
Via Cavour is one of the most convenient, well-connected locations in Rome.
The COLISEUM, ROMAN FORUM and PIAZZA VENEZIA are all a few blocks away, less than a ten minute walk.
The famous BASILICA DI S. MARIA MAGGIORE is just around the corner.
The METRO B is on our block - that will connect you ANYWHERE, including the Termini train station (1 stop away), where you can connect with Rome's only other subway line, the METRO A (which stops at the Vatican, as well as Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain), and take the express train to Fiumicino airport or the shuttle to Ciampino airport.
There are also bus stops on our block for the 75 line (the 75 will get you to Trastevere in 20 minutes and goes past the Coliseum/Palatine/Circus Maximus on the way).
If you cross the street and go down a short flight of stone steps you will find yourself in the charming, quiet Monti neighborhood: narrow streets, lovely artisan shops, the best ice-cream in Rome, trattorias, Irish pubs and a cozy piazza blocked off from traffic that is always buzzing with nightlife.
Our neighborhood is absolutely full of wine-bars, restaurants (not just Italian - there's an excellent Argentinian place on our street and the best Chinese food in the city is a 15-20 minute walk away), pizzerias (here we can help, we know where to find the best two pizza places in Rome and neither one is touristy) and cafès.
There is a pub/pizzeria right beneath our apartment open until 1 AM and further down the street there's another (famous) pub/restaurant, "La Base", open until 4 AM.
The shopping street Via Nazionale runs parallel to Via Cavour, and Via del Corso is a 10-15 minute walk away.
There is a large, well-stocked supermarket 5 minutes walk away and several other smaller ones right beneath our apartment.
The best bakery in Rome, Panella, is less than 10 minutes walk away.
There is a washer/dryer laundromat next door.
1. A new ice cream shop called FRIGIDARIUM has just opened near Piazza Navona. We tried it the other day, it's heaven!
2. A really good, not too expensive/touristy restaurant near our apt: Le Tavernelle, we go there whenever we can.
3. We recently discovered a nearby fast food lasagna joint called Lasagnam - great lasagna, cute idea, free wireless ( not a given in this country ).
I am Italian, I was born and have lived in Rome most of my life. I spent two years in London.
I love traveling and discovered this website while looking for places to stay in the U.S.
Since I had such a great experience being a guest, I thought I'd try my hand at hosting! I want to help tourists have the best and easiest time visiting Rome as possible. In addition to my own recommendations on things to do and places to visit, I know various agencies that organize great tours of the Forum, Coliseum, Vatican Museums, etc. and would be happy to recommend them.
I work as a musician for a living and will usually be at home during the day and out practicing or performing at night.
You may check in at any time! After you check out you can leave your luggage and pick it up right before you go to the airport, if more convenient.
I never got to meet Emiliano but his place was the perfect location. It's a short walk to lots of the touristy things, close to termini where you can get anywhere on the bus/metro and several bus stops are close by as well. If you wander away from the tourist places to the monti neighbourhood you'll find shops, cafes, restaurants and gelato. It's easy to go to the big spots but then walk home off the beaten path to discover some gems. Communication and booking was great and Emiliano even let me stay past checkout time since I had a later flight. Having the private bathroom is great. And there's a lift under the stairs so you don't have to schlep your luggage up 5 flights! There's no A/C so it's quite warm (especially in July). It didn't really bother since I was out all day and it cools off a bit at night so with the windows open and the fan I never had a problem.
I stayed in Emiliano's apartment for two nights in July. His Aunt met me and got me settled in really well. She was very helpful, gave me her mobile number too so if I needed her for anything she'd be available. The room was more than spacious as I was on my own and the bathroom was clean and spacious. The room isn't air conditioned so a fan was left for me which was a god send in the heatwave! The location was perfect for a short break and so close to the main station and one of the Metro lines. I thought the area was very safe and would happily stay in this apartment again.
Emiliano was an excellent host: fast answers with plenty of details, supportive and pleasant character.
The house is located in a perfect spot, less than 10 minutes walking from Termini station, right next to a metro station (Cavour), 100 meters from the lively part of Monti neighbourhood.
The house was clean, not very big, but cozy and rather well equipped.
This location was very central and close to the train station. We especially liked it because it was next to a delicious gelato shop. We didn't get the pleasure of meeting Emiliano, but his aunt Miriam welcomed us in. Great stay.
Emiliano's place is excellent in many senses--the location is great:15 mins walk to Colosseo, many options of Metro and buses nearby, with the famed Monti restaurants a few steps away; the room is clean and tidy, with a private bathroom; and Miriam (Emiliano's aunt) is among the most hospitable people I have ever seen. (I did not see Emiliano very often but his response to my messages are always rapid and kind) I like their attentions to details especially: they have several clean bed sheets and towels prepared, as well as detailed Rome maps and the Blue Guide (perhaps the best English guide to Rome there is) there is, and Miriam taught me how to prepare an Italian Expresso. This is my first stay with Airbnb and an entirely satisfactory experience.
Emiliano was a pleasure to stay with. He was located close to all the things I wanted to see and was full of useful information about Rome. I would recommend a stay with Emiliano to anyone.
I really had a great time - I didnt get to see Emiliano but his aunt took care of everything for me. He was easy to get in touch (usually thru airbnb messages) and was very helpful and friendly throughout the whole trip. Thank you so much for everything!! I would love to stay again.