On the first floor (with elevator) of a beautiful building in via Basento, a quiet and elegant street, the apartment overlooks the blooming inner courtyard and thanks to the double glazed windows it is the best choice for tho
On the first floor (with elevator) of a beautiful building in via Basento, a quiet and elegant street, the apartment overlooks the blooming inner courtyard and thanks to the double glazed windows it is the best choice for those looking for a relaxing holiday in Rome, without giving a central location up.
Recently renovated, Nino’s House is divided into 2 levels: on the lower one the large and bright living area furnished with a comfortable sofa bed (perfect for 1 adult or for 2 children), a dining table for 4 people and TV Sat; a beautiful stairs leads to the upper floor where the double bed and a spacious wardrobe are. A personal computer is available for our guests. Both the living and the sleeping area are enlightened by 2 large windows. A modern kitchen, fully equipped with oven, microwave, washing machine, etc. and bathroom with shower complete this cozy apartment in Rome.
Nino’s House is tastefully furnished with both tiled and parquet floor and it is absolutely perfect for a couple looking for a romantic week-end in Rome or for a small family: it can sleep up to 3/4 people.
Fully equipped with: air conditioning, WiFi Internet connection, heating systems, personal computer, direct dial telephone (calls throughout Italy included in price), washing machine, electric oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, freezer, iron, hair dryer and minibar.
The area around the apartment
Nestled in the residential Parioli-Salario district, Nino's house is located in the heart of Rome, just a few steps away from the quietness of Villa Borghese, one of the largest landscape garden in Rome, and from Via Veneto, probably the most famous, elegant and trendy street of Rome. The area is served by several bus and tram lines; Policlinico underground stop is close to the apartment (Metro B). The district is full of shops and excellent restaurants.
I've been teaching in a Tourist schoold for many years (now I am retired) and I've always had contact with foreign people. I currently speak English, French and Portuguese. Living in the same building, I can help my guest for any problem.