Millefiori is a funky apartment. It was once destined to be an artist's studio for Polish born painter, Alessandro Kokocinsky. He painstakingly stripped the walls of decades worth of paint to reveal the original turn of the century interior. Millefiori has 3 large, simple, cool and quiet bedrooms, an open plan living room with kitchen and two brand new bathrooms with shower. In the living room/dining room area there's a computer that's always on-line and free to use as well as wifi and a phone for incoming calls. Located near Rome's largest fruit and vegetable market and the Piazza Vittorio metro station, it's a good place for someone who wants easy access from Termini, and wants to combine an affordable private apartment with a good living room area.
One bedroom can have 2 double beds or 4 singles. The other two bedrooms can have 2 singles or doubles and there are two fold-outs, so it can sleep up to 8.
Millefiori apartment is super nice, with great tall rooms and a quaint vibe. The area is very convenient to move around and for connections around the city. Communication and attention during our stay was superb. A great deal for our party of six!
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.