My name is Maurizio and I live in a bright and comfy 70-square-meter apartment in North-Eastern Rome, Italy and would love to welcome you to my home. I live on the 4th floor (no elevator), which enables you to enjoy a lovely view of the neighbourhood from the terrace.
The place is decorated with paintings, photographs and modern furniture. As I love cooking, both the kitchen and the terrace are full of condiments and spices for you to cook nice meals (I grow my own basil, oregano and mint on the terrace).
The apartment is spacious, it has a large living room/dining room and a comfy Japanese futon double bed in the bedroom. It is possible for 2 other people to sleep in the convertible sofa in the living room.
It is possible for the cleaning lady to come clean home once a week if you require it.
The only requirements I have if you want to spend some time here are the followings :
- No smoking inside the house please (allowed on the terrace only).
- Please respect the place as if it was your own, and keep it as clean as you find it.
- Also, no walking inside the house with outside shoes. Slippers are available as an alternative.
The apartment of Maurizio and Sandrine corresponds to the photos on the web. It is very cosy and well decorated, well equipped. For those who wish to escape the noise and overcrowding of the city centre, it is a nice place, well connected to the centre by Metro. Maurizio and Sandrine are very lovely couple, they are very supportive, and Maurizio was very kind to meet us at the metro station. I would surely recommend them and their apartment, only with one minor remark – actually it does not concern them personally, but it was quit cold in the apartment, because heating was cut every evening around 10-11 till morning (the same time). Thank to Sandrine and Maurizio for hosting us.
We are a couple currently living in Rome, Italy. Maurizio is Italian and is an economist. And I'm Sandrine, I'm French and I'm a student in foreign languages and translation. We love exploring Italy and any other country we can afford to go to !
We usually swap houses with people from other countries when we travel so we know what hosting people in your house and being hosts in theirs mean. We love travelling this way and meeting people from all over the world.