L'appartamento Via Silla è un confortevole appartamento su due livelli ubicato al secondo piano di un palazzo d'epoca nel pieno centro di Roma, a 5 minuti dalla Basilica di S. Pietro e dai Musei Vaticani. La metropolitana di S. Pietro-Ottaviano dista soltanto 100 metri ed è collegata direttamente a tutte le località di maggior interesse della Città Eterna: Piazza di Spagna, il Colosseo, Fontana di Trevi, via Condotti…..
Recentemente ristrutturato in modo da offrire agli ospiti tutti i maggiori comfort, l'appartamento Via Silla ha una cucina pienamente attrezzata, frigo, lavatrice, TV, bagno privato con vasca ed è equipaggiato con aria condizionata, e riscaldamento autonomo. Servizi utili quali lavanderie pubbliche, phone center, internet points e il mercato rionale si trovano proprio dietro l’angolo. Prati, il quartiere che circonda l'appartamento Via Silla, è famoso per i suoi negozi, per gli ottimi ristoranti e per la sua vita notturna. Una guida turistica tascabile è comunque offerta a tutti gli ospiti che ne fanno richiesta per godere appieno dei servizi, delle attrazioni e degli eventi della città e del quartiere.
L'appartamento Via Silla è ideale per coppie che desiderano trascorrere alcuni giorni a Roma. Nel livello superiore un letto matrimoniale ospita molto comodamente due adulti, mentre altre due persone possono sistemarsi all'occorrenza nel divano letto presente nel livello inferiore.
Il personale che si occupa degli appartamenti vive nello stesso stabile ed è a vostra disposizione per informazioni, suggerimenti e per risolvere ogni eventuale problema. Al fine di assicurare la presenza del nostro personale al vostro arrivo, si consiglia di prendere contatti via mail o telefono con qualche giorno di anticipo e di comunicare eventuali ritardi.
L'appartamento non è fornito di parcheggio privato, che è disponibile a pagamento a un isolato di distanza.
This is a very nice apartment, in a nice residential building, in an upscale neighborhood less than 10 minutes walk from the Vatican and about 20 minutes to the city center. The pictures are very accurate. There was a slight mixup upon arrival, and we were asked to check in a little late (after 5:30), but after that it was a very nice place from which to explore the beautiful city of Rome.
I had a wonderful stay at Monica's lovely place. She was very quick in communicating before I arrive. When I arrived at the place she was waiting for me and showed me everything I need to know about the apartment AND what to see and how to get around Rome. Her apartment has everything you could need for a cozy stay. The location is perfect! It is close to the Vatican and a subway stop that will take you to whatever you want to see. Monica is a excellent host!
Beautiful building and location where you feel like a local.
Although I would have enjoyed meeting Monica in person and having her introduce me to the apartment, my neighbours were the friendliest couple and Monica was in reach through telephone. They gave me great tips to restaurants and other places around.
The apt was clean, cosy and the bed comfortable.
If you are in intense need of wifi you might want to double check this with Monica in advance.
Thank you for the nice stay, Monica!
The apartment was clean and cozy, and pretty true to the description and images. The location was also great. Communication was a little bit unclear, as we were communicating with a couple that lived next door, not Monica. The wifi was not working for the two days during our stay and the neighbors who were managing the apartment were not able to help with the problem. Other than that, the apartment was charming and had all amenities we needed.
This is a lovely place at a great location (5 min. walking from the Vatican). It has all that one needs for a great visit to Rome. The next door neighbour had the key and thus arrival and check out was very easy. It is very clean and a quiet place in a great neighbourhood of Rome. Highly recommended.
I was very happy to spend a week in Monica's charming studio flat, in a really nice part of Rome near the Vatican. It is spotlessly clean and very fully equipped, with a proper shower-room and kitchenette complete with caffettiera and kettle (the way to any British guest's heart). Everything you require is provided: kitchen towel, plenty of bathroom towels, shower cream, loo paper, and many other useful items. What is more, everything works! (not always the case in Rome). Plentiful hot water in the bathroom (but not the kitchen as far as I could tell) and excellent heating (and air conditioning). Just make sure you are shown how to work it: it is very simple and effective - I hardly needed to use it at all, even in January.
The apartment is within a few strides of the splendours of the Vatican (complete with its own post office selling beautiful stamps) and not far from the stunning historical centre. There is ample public transport, including a metro stop very nearby, which will take you directly to the Spanish steps and the main station. At the same time, the apartment is wonderfully quiet, which is a real boon in Rome. It looks out onto a nice square courtyard, so there is no traffic noise at all, just a few distant sounds of the lift and staircase. I slept very well under a proper eiderdown which kept me very snug.
After a tiny hitch at the start when there was nobody around to let me in, a quick call to Monica solved the problem and thereafter I had excellent relations with my perfectly discreet but friendly neighbour.
There are a handful of quirks which I would like to point out, not bad things but worth a mention. Firstly, the flat is a true mezzanine, with a narrow open metal staircase up to the landing and sleeping area. This is not unusual in Rome but it does require a certain agility in going up and down. Secondly, the lights cannot be turned off from the mezzanine, so you either need to turn on the bedside lamp and come down again to turn off the main lights, or you will have to go up in the dark. Thirdly, the window is big but the glass is frosted. This means that your privacy is assured at all times, but if you want to see outside, you have to open the window. I would add that the flat is not really as bright as the photo suggests: it is nicely but indirectly lit, so if you want brightness you will need to open the window during the day. One other point is the quirky set of keys, including a padlock. Make sure you are properly initiated into the way they work: once you have got the knack, you will be fine. But all in all these are small things when compared with the apartment's many assets, excellent location, and tranquillity.
What a lovely, cozy apartment - really the best possible use of a small space - great for a week in Rome. Five minutes from the Vatican, but set back from the busy streets.
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