The apartment of 130 m2, restructured in urban style in 2011, is located in the heart of the residential area Parioli, well connected to the historic center in 20 min with a DIRECT bus that stops in front of house. Direct connection also with Termini train station. The apartment is also 600 m far from Villa Borghese and Auditorium - Accademia Santa Cecilia.
The room is comfortable and bright with French size bed - 140 x 200 – 15m2, and a closet. Everything is brand new, the room was refournished in January 2013. Bathroom adjacent to PRIVATE use of the guests. Great kitchen for breakfast.
The apartment is equipped with all comforts, air conditioning and WIFI internet connection.
If necessary, you can request a transfer to and from the airport.
I speak fluently italian, French, English and spanish
THE BUILDING & THE NEIGHBORHOOD
The building is a 1900's typical roman building, with a large and elegant entrance with door-man and one elevator.
The area is served by shops, many restaurants, bars, pub, pharmacies and supermarkets for every need.
The apartment has one double bed-room with private bathroom (my room), a second double bed-room (for guests) with private bathroom, a full equipped kitchen, a hall, a dining room - lounge, a corridor. The apartment is naturally enlighted during the day.
The room is comfortable and bright with French size bed - 140 x 200 – 15m2, and a closet. Everything is brand new, the room was refournished in January 2013.
THE LIVING ROOM
The big living room (email hidden) with italian and international channels - Sky, DVD/CD player, audio amplifier, internet wifi.
The kitchen has everything you need to prepare a rich breakfast: toaster, microwave oven, laundry and dryer, dishwasher, iron and iron board and an integrated fridge with freezer as well as dishes, pans, cups and glasses.
THE GUESTS BATHROOM
Private bathroom with huge shower, wc, bidet, washbasin with a professional hair dryer.
SERVICES & FACILITIES
The apartment is fully furnished with fresh towels and sheets.
The complete cleaning of the apartment is made 2 times per week. It is possible to ask to iron and wash clothes, either by hand or washing machine (with fee for the housemaid).
A performant heating system guarantees a regular temperature in the apartment.
Wifi internet access.
METRO & BUS
Several bus and tram lines + connection to Subway A and B (from Termini station) will make your way the easiest to move all around Rome.
15 minutes walking distance from Auditorium, Villa Giulia, Villa Borghese, Maxxi Museum, Modern Art Museum, Explora Museum for kids, Galleria Borghese; 30 minutes walking distance from Castel Sant'Angelo, Saint Peter Curch and Vatican Museum.
FROM / TO THE AIRPORT
From Termini Station you can take underground and trains directly to Leonardo Da Vinci, airport of Fiumicino as well to Ciampino. To get to Termini Station you can take a local bus for few stops.
The room can be rent for a minimum of 2 night and a maximum period of six (6) months.
Smoking is allowed only in the kitchen with a open window.
At the specific request you can rent the entire apartment (minimum stay: 2 nights, maximum stay 1 week)- excluded one of the two bedrooms with related bathroom, which will stay closed and empty, but they are is completely separed from the rest of the house by a door, so it does not affect the appartment shape (no photos of this part of the house are shown, so all you see in the photos will be available).
150 € / night for 1/2 people
Gloria is wonderful! And her apartment as well))
He pasado un mes maravilloso, No sólo por lo que es Roma como ciudad, sinó por haber compartido el mes con Gloria. El departamento es hermoso, muy cómodo, espacioso, hay todo lo que se necesita y más!. Gloria es una muy buena persona, simpática, me ha ayudado siempre que lo necesitaba, ya sea para saber cómo trasladarme ahí en Roma, como viajar a otras ciudades, recomendándome lugares a dónde ir, preocupándose por mi fiebre( si, tuve 3 días de fiebre :( ) y tan sólo estando, hablábamos bastante, pudimos conocernos un poco, y puedo decir que encontré una buena amiga.
I had a really great experience staying at the apartment.
The place was spacious, with a tidy, minimalist look that was beautiful in its simplicity. My room had a large, queen-sized bed with large shelves and a closet. However, there's no table though so you have to do your work outside in the kitchen or living room.
The living room was grand, complete with a great sound system, projector, and blu-ray player; Plenty of room to have a lot of friends over.
The kitchen was also spacious well equipped with all the pots, pans and dishes you'd need for all your home cooking. There's a stove top, microwave, sink, dishwasher, refrigerator/freezer and a pantry to keep all of your food.
There is also a clothes washer and a board for clothes to dry.
Gloria was a very nice and thoughtful host. Her English is very good, she carefully and thoughtfully wrote up instructions on how to live in the apartment and is more than willing to help you if needed.
Outside, there's a nice baguette place run by friendly couple, great and affordable Italian restaurants nearby, grocery stores, electronic stores and convenience stores and within walking distance to Villa Borghese, a lovely with museums steeped Rome's deep history.
However, the apartment is a bit far from the metro and the buses that I normally rode on was always had an inconsistant stop time. It was either ten minutes early, or ten minutes late. You can access a website to track the bus at
Minor quibbling aside, I had a great experience with the apartment and would definitely recommend it to anybody interested in staying in Rome.