Sanniti apartment is located in the heart of the old and characteristic San Lorenzo. Just a few minutes from Termini station, the San Lorenzo neighborhood is the location of La Sapienza University’s largest campus. The neighborhood’s character is largely lived by a sizable student population, which means that there are plenty of bars and music venues with a more alternative feel, numerous cheap restaurants and a number of used book and clothing stores. Historically a working class area, San Lorenzo has consequently long been off the traditional tourist route. While it may still look a little more run-down than Trastevere, San Lorenzo has become a popular place to go out. Wandering the streets, you’ll discover an intriguing and colorful (everything is covered in graffiti!) part of Rome that will teach you a lot more about the city’s culture – past and present – than many of the conventional tourist sites. The district, which is very lively and has a strong cultural identity, is full of interesting shops and eateries like handicraft shops, bookshop-cafes, pubs, wine bars, restaurants, trattorias and pizzerias. It is a quiet and safe neighborhood, in the evening becoming a crowded meeting place.
Sanniti apartment is a stylish and fully accessorized 85 squared metres vacation rental that can accommodate up to six guests. It is located on the top floor, with elevator, of a beautiful, newly restored 19th century building in Piazza dei Sanniti, in the San Lorenzo neighborhood. It is made up of three spacious bedrooms, two of which overlook Piazza dei Sanniti, one with a small balcony. The modern interior design combines elegance and functionality; each room, with different colors, has its own personality.
There are two bathrooms with shower (no tub). The kitchen and the dining area are well-designed and furnished with every appliance required for a pleasant stay, including washer, dishwasher, fridge with freezer, and electric kettle.
The apartment has air-conditioning in every room, wi-fi internet connection, LCD TV, satellite decoder, DVD/DivX player, portable stereo, hair-dryer, iron and ironing board. Baby crib available on request.
We came as a group of six right at the beginning of November. Silvia gave us our tour and she was extremely bubbly and helpful. The climb up the stairs was a bit tiring because the apt is located at the top of the 5th floor, however the elevator was definitely nice to have after a long day of walking. The rooms were nice, beds comfortable. The restrooms are a bit tight, but well kept and clean.
The neighborhood is without a doubt lively at night, with local pizzerias, bars, and a club nearby. It's the perfect place to live if you ever need a midnight snack. The coffee bar right downstairs is also a perk for breakfast in the morning, as well as numerous fruit/vegetable stations nearby.
The airport van service that was recommended on the apartment website was well worth the money! You do not want to pull your luggage from the train station through cobblestone streets. There is a nearby tram stop that is useful, and a train station that's about a 15 minute walk away.
Overall, we had a very enjoyable stay in Rome and we were satisfied with our selection.
We arrived late at night, Gabriele sister was waiting for us. She was very nice, explained everything. The apartment is spacious and very beautiful, exactly like in the pictures. Fully equipped. On the square vegetable, restaurants and cafés in the area. Termini about 20 minutes on foot. Next time we will stay there. Thanks for your help Francesca!
This was a very nice apartment. It catered for all our needs during our stay in Rome. It is just a pity we couldn't stay for longer. The transportation links were good and the location was fine.
Gabriele's communication was good throughout. The photos and descriptions give an accurate account of what to expect.
I would recommend this apartment to anyone visiting Rome.
Sehr schöne Wohnung, gute Ausstattung, haben uns sehr wohlgefühlt und würden es jederzeit wieder buchen. Nette Vermieter.
This apartment was just what we were looking for. A ton of space with a great layout! Very clean and has everything that you can imagine. The location gives you a view of Rome outside of the tourist areas. Stores, cafes, pharmacy all within a few minutes walk. Gabriele was very helpful taking care of all our our questions and needs!! I would recommend to anyone coming to Rome that wants to experience the real Rome!!
Thanks Gabriele, your apartment is great and clean! Everything is excellent and I would recommend to my friend! Ciao!
Gabriele was very helpful with info about Rome and San Lorenzo, and a great host.
The appt is very close to several public transport routes to major attractions. We had absolutely no trouble getting around Rome, and getting home.
The area isn't touristy, so the restaurants have great food at very reasonable prices.
The appt is nice and modern, beds comfortable.
We were very happy to have stayed here and would again.
The flat is very convenient, beds are comfortable, the best choice for 6 people. Close to the bus stop 15 min by feet to Termini station. The district is not expensive, full of shops. The owner is very helpful.
When we visited Rome in February, we chose to stay in San Lorenzo in this stylish top floor apartment ,with a great view of the piazza. We were greeted by Gabriele who was very friendly, kind & helpful to us with lots of information & suggestions for our stay in Rome. The apartment was very spacious & comfortable for the three of us, with a lovely kitchen & a great local food market close by ! A very enjoyable stay for us.
John,Susan & Jacob
Gabriele is a fantastic host and very helpful. The photos and description of the apartment fully reflect reality. The rooms are very big and it's got 2 nice bathrooms. We were 6 people and this was perfect.
The area of San Lorenzo is very nice, lots of young people and therefore lots of bars and restaurants. It is not very touristy, therefore perfect if you look for an area that is typical and off the beating tracks. Plus it is just next to the main train station. It would definitely stay there again...