Pleasant and quiet apartment situated on Via dei Cappellari, a picturesque street well known for its artisans and now also populated with artists and art galleries. It is located near Campo de'Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and walking distance from many other tourist sites. You enter in the living area that is furnished with a sofa bed and a fireplace, there is a bedroom with a queen size bed, a kitchen and a large bathroom. Air conditioning, TV and washing machine. On the same floor, just adjacent from this apartment, there is another quaint apartment that may welcome 4 more people.
FOR CHECK IN AFTER 20:00 THERE IS AN EXTRA CHARGE OF 30 EURO
FOR CHECK IN AFTER 23:00 THERE IS AN EXTRA CHARGE OF 50 EURO
Late check out available on request.
Price includes linen, towels, cleanings, utilities and wi-fi connection.
Federico (email hidden). Everything went very smooth and easy. He was already waiting at the doorstep for letting us in and the apartments was very clean. Don't (email hidden)ly, decorated place, everything is sleek and functional.
We had enough linen and towels for the three of us.
The area is perfect for a trip to Rome, everything is in walking distance (City Centre, Piazza Navona, Trastevere, Vaticano etc.) and Campo de'Fiori is just a few steps away - so, perfect location!
The only down sides we experienced with the flat were the noise from the street which can be pretty loud on weekends and evenings and the temperature in the apartment was pretty low (we're used to the cold). I guess it was abnormally cold in May and the heating was already off. Water in the shower was sufficient for three people, but no longer showers were possible.
All in all, great stay at Federicos, thanks!
We are giving this property 3 stars strictly in comparison to the other AirBnB properties we stayed at during our vacation in France and Italy, all within the same price range. Federico was responsive to a few small requests and had good communication, although we never met him. The apartment was nice enough, good size, and in a fantastic location, however a number of items in the apartment had an "unfinished" feel to them. That being said, we would still recommend this apartment to others, primarily for the proximity to all of the main attractions. If you're able-bodied, this apartment gives a very good starting point to walk the majority of Rome as we walked to the Pantheon, Coliseum, Vatican City, Spanish Steps, etc., all within 20 minutes.
This is a great apartment in a very central location of Campo dei Fiori! Lots of delicious restaurants nearby and things to do, while still very peaceful and quiet. Federico is also a very nice and helpful host. Would definitely stay here again, given the chance.
The apartment had a wonderful location. So close to all the wonderful sights. It was also nice and big and in good condition. The only drawback was the noise level but that couldn't be helped. All in all it (email hidden) to stay and I would stay there again. Federico (email hidden) and responded to all of my requests promptly!
the flat is nice, very clean and freshly painted, and Federico is a great guy. he was extremely helpful and you can tell he is striving to make you comfortable in his cute, very centrally-located apartment. the location is unbeatable, and the apartment is fine for 2, 3 or even 4 people. the sofa bed is just as comfortable as a normal bed. we had a noise problem which was not Federico's fault and he was happy to change us (email hidden), which helped a lot. unfortunately, there are some partially unforgivable problems considering the very high price. everything about the first apartment was totally fine except for the rumbling 'mystery noise' that bothered me, but the second apartment (right next door) had practically no water whatsoever in the shower (any sort of normal shower was impossible), the bathroom door could not be closed (which can be awkward if you are not just a couple), and the AC would only work for about 5 minutes then turned off. in my opinion, those 3 problems seem a little too much when you are paying approx. 150€ a night, a "deal" for Rome maybe, but a lot of money nonetheless. everything else was fine and even great, and i would recommend the apartments if some or all of these details are fixed, but bring a good pair of earplugs, too. the street noise is pretty intense sometimes, but i suspect it is everywhere in Rome. i hate to say anything negative because Federico was great, but the almost-no-water-in-shower-at-constantly-fluctuating-temperatures scenario is a red line for me unless i am staying at a cheap hostel where you might expect something like that. as i say, that was only in one flat, though. in the other, the water and all else was just fine
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