Preferably only for lovers of tranquility: for families, groups of mature couples and mature persons as the apartment is located in a very silent building and neighbors just want it in this condition.
In the Janiculum zone of Trastevere area, this romantic and cozy apartment is situated in a very quiet and safe street. This charming Rome apartment measures 80 square meters and compose of 2 bedrooms, living room, full kitchen, dining room and a bathroom with a bathtub to make your stay the most delightful and located at the ground floor of old restored building.
Across the street, you will be amazed with the botanical plants and statues of mythological figures as well as a holy copse at the Villa Sciarra, one of the most famous gardens in Italy. Just a few minute walk, you will be in the heart of Trastevere and access the Santa Cecilia in Trastevere Church which was built during the third Century. Piazza Garibaldi is just 10 minutes away by foot, here you will be on topmost part of the Eternal City and you will experience the most beautiful panorama in Rome, and up ahead in few minute walk, the St. Peter's Square in Vatican City welcomes you.
Every footstep is an event, minutes away from the Campo di Fiori and Piazza Navona, Colosseo, Circo Massimo, Foro Imperiali and as such, and the famous flea market "Porta Portese", opens every Sunday, is nearby where you can find rare Roman antics.
This romantic apartment is ideal to people who love to explore the historical spots in Rome at daytime and enjoy the total silence at home during nighttime, you could actually hear the droplets of Roman fountain outside.
This cozy property can accommodate maximum 4 persons in the most comfortable way.
For our family celebration, the apartment was just perfect. The living and dining area are very spacious and allowed us to spend time together, not just those of us who slept in the apartment, but also other family members who had rooms elsewhere. Everything was very clean and exactly as described on the website, size, beds, and environment, only the art on the walls was even less refined than in the photos. This is a little sad given the incredible art treasures in the city of Rome. The kitchen is equipped with all the basics, but a few nicer dishes would be appreciated, especially since one sees all the host's beautiful glass- and tableware in the locked cabinets.
The location of the apartment is wonderful, close to the top of the hill and next to a park. There is little street noise, one hears only the sounds from the neighbors above and below due to the construction of these type of buildings with uncarpeted stone floors.
On a final note, the apartment is probably owned by Aldo, but all interactions after the reservation are with a professional agency called Belvedere. Apparently that is how it works in some big cities now, the agencies use AirBnB for advertisement. The staff member who took care of us was very competent and friendly, but the agency was not quite familiar with all AirBnB procedures yet, e.g., they wanted to collect a security deposit in cash, whereas AirBnB puts a hold on the credit card, but the issue was easily clarified. Overall, we can only recommend the apartment to travelers who need beds for 6 people.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.