About this listing
CIAO! HI EVERBODY!
**Please read through the whole of this description and home rules before making a reservation or request and if everything is fine with you you are most welcome to book and stay with us! **
Enjoy your stay in our early '900 house!
It is in a very central, but non-touristy area of Rome where you'll breathe the atmosphere of an authentic Roman neighborhood.
Recently renovated, keeping its original structure and charm.
Huge and cozy. Perfectly connected, clean, adorable and stylishly furnished.
Very large and bright bedrooms, with parquet floors and bed with special sweet dreams mattrasses, so wonderfully comfortable you'll find it hard to get up.
2 spotless clean bathrooms: one with shower, one with bathtub.
KITCHEN IS NOT AVAILABLE.
Feel free to use the 2 bathrooms, the huge living room and the lounging corners.
Wifi, heating, dishwasher, hair dryer, American and Italian coffee makers :-)
Fresh bed linen, towels and a rich BREAKFAST are provided.
We have a perfectly working PIANO!
Elevator, doorman, courtyard and a huge common terrace on the roof with an amazing 360° view upon Rome.
THE AREA, PUBLIC TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS, SHOPS AND AMENITIES
Right in front of the house you can catch tram number 3, taking you directly and quickly to the Coliseum, Circo Massimo, Trastevere, Villa Borghese, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the zoo, the Pyramid, the vibrant San Lorenzo neighborhood and peaceful Aventino.
Close to Termini train station (two metro stations away) where the cheap and fast bus shuttles from and to the airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino) arrive and start.
Very close to metro station, line A (San Giovanni or Manzoni stations) taking you to Termini central station, Piazza Barberini, the Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, San Peter's, the Vatican Museums, the huge parks of Caffarella and Aqueducts, Cinecittà.
A nice public garden is right across the street, beside the ancient Aurelian Walls (dating back to the III century!) you can view from your window.
The amazing Basilica of San Clemente (known as 'the lasagna church' because it reflects how Rome was built on layers), is reachable on foot and so is the astonishing Santo Stefano Rotondo Church, superancient and hiding a surprise.
All the basic shops and services are around the corner: snack bars, ATM, bakery, restaurants, pizzerias, self service restaurant, supermarket, delikatessen, pharmacy, tobacco store, newsstand (where you can get bus/metro tickets and cards), a small fruits&veg market in the morning, an all you can eat sushi restaurant and even a cheap vintage and second hand indoor market!
The big, famous and colorful Piazza Vittorio food market is reachable with a nice walk or a 2-stop metro ride.
Possible theme and special tours to discover popular spots and attractions across the city as well as secret and hidden corners only locals get to know.
You might even decide to take up Italian or cooking classes with professional teachers!
We are 100% Romans and we will be happy to give you advice about must-sees, must-dos and must-eats!
We'll reveal to you some secrets to enjoy the city going off the beaten track.
Your privacy will be always guaranteed, we hope you will feel home and free to enjoy you Roman stay to the full, having breakfast anytime you like, playing the piano or reading on the couch for hours..
Benvenuti a casa!
We usually take our shoes off when we get home and we would appreciate it if you could do it too :-)
We are there for any need or request you might have during your stay.
We like to share our house and stuff with our guests, but please consider that most things at our place have a special sentimental value to us, so the only thing we ask our guests is to be respectful and careful when using them.
KITCHEN IS NOT AVAILABLE.
We are ecologically committed and against the waste of energy and resources: please turn off lights when you leave a room and use water responsibly.
We carefully separate and sort trash.
Thank you! Good karma and Italian magic in return :-)
About the Host, Giulia & Susanna
We are two sisters from Rome.
We are experienced and enthusiast Airbnb hosts.
We love our city as much as we love having guests from all over the world and revealing to them plenty of secrets about hidden and unknown spots across the city.
You are most welcome at our place, an early 1900s house in the heart of Rome.
Giulia & Susanna