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5 Beds

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Warm, newly restored and spacious place.
Your one stop shop for tours of the city, cooking classes, and more!
We will give you the hotel experience for a fraction of the cost, but never compromising the quality of your experience.

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Welcome in, our entryway makes you feel right at home and welcome from the start.

These days we have added a wall full of mirrors right above the desk as you enter.

Welcome in, our entryway makes you feel right at home and welcome from the start. These days we have added a wall full of mirrors right above the desk as you enter.

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Property type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 5


Extra people: $73 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $73
Security Deposit: $565
Cancellation: Strict


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2 nights minimum stay
Your own Roman home away from home.

Your own Roman home away from home.

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From Portland, OR · September 2014
Response from Mitra:

I find it regrettable that this is the review being left after a stay.

My communication, which is being critiqued was because I took a whole hour in responding -and I got back to my guest, in this case Kelli, in one hour.

I can not imagine being equally upset after having to ask several times for an exact arrival time, despite a week going by with no answer.

Ms Greenwald stayed for two nights, so one whole day was spent in the flat, and we apologised profusely for the seeming miscommunication which lead to the cleaners not coming in, and they assured us "there were no worries". Our cleaners come in for no more than half an hour, to tidy the place up, and we ask beforehand if during the day is fine, as we find almost all our guests are out during the day.
Daily cleaning is a service we like to give our guests free of charge, so in this case there would have been one instance of cleaning. But as even Ms Greenwald states, the apartment was very clean - because our apartment is cleaned throughly and all items dry-cleaned between turnovers. An attention to detail we appreciate being noticed, at least.

We stocked the apartment with fresh flowers and abundant breakfast - free of charge, as our gift to our guest, and offered to pick them up from the train station - as we always do, and the buzzer with our name on it is listed in block letters.

Now, our house is in the historical centre of Rome, and as such, the houses are over a century old. In our case it also means that the design for the labels of the door are very narrow and small, unfortunately we can not do anything about the size.

I failed to accommodate their request for a last minute tour guide - something I had advised months ahead that it could be difficult to do, that if they wanted a tour it was best to arrange prior to arrival. I was clear in communicating this.

September in Rome is still high season and our guides are booked up - and I will never send a client with just any unknown guide and risk giving them a mediocre experience.

Our apartment holds wifi, laundry, breakfast, they had personal check in and check out, fresh flowers, perfectly cleaned, i left them a guidebook, fully stocked kitchen, but it is regrettable to see that failure to answer within one hour while using airbnbs' system and not direct email results in such a disappointed client. While it is our first time, we sincerely hope it is the last.

September 2014

About the Host, Mitra

Rome, Italy
Member since January 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours

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    2 michelin stars and run by a husband and wife team. If you are in Rome to try high end dining, you don't have to go to the five star hotels, your money goes further - and better - in this place!

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    Via Principe Amedeo Rome Lazio 00185
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    Piazza di San Pietro in Vincoli Roma Lazio 00184
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    Via Genova Rome Lazio 00184
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    Piazza del Colosseo Rome RM 00184
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    Viminal Hill Rome RM 00184
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    Via del Boschetto Rome Lazio 00184
  • Via dei Serpenti

    Gourmet foodstuffs, local foods, can be found here in this charming neighbourhood on this street.

    Via dei Serpenti Rome Lazio 00184
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    All women around the world owe Emperor Trajan their gratitude as he puts up the worlds first indoor shoppingmall in the 2nd cent AD on this spot. Can still be visited and hosts temporary exhibits.

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    One of THE best gelatos in the city, straight from Rimini flowing Artisan traditions ever since 1947. Try the chocolate gelato and make sure you are sitting down for it / it-s that amazing.

    Via XX Settembre Rome Lazio 00184
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    Piazza Venezia Rome RM 00186
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    A must see through your walk in the city (although under scaffolding for restauration until late 2015). A great story lies behind it's construction, take one of our award winning guided tours to know!

    Piazza di Trevi Rome Lazio 00187
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    Via delle Terme di Caracalla Roma Italy
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  • Via Frattina, 38

    For shopping bags and briefcases.

    Via Frattina Rome Lazio 00187
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    Great cocktails and full appetizer buffet for less than 10 euro! Amazing peoplewatching.

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    One of the best gelaterias in town, hidden away from main stream tourism but definitely worth the trip!

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    Pack a picknick basket and head up on the Gianicolo Hill and catch the sun setting over all (website hidden).No better view of the entire city than from here; Vatican, Castel St Angelo, Pantheon, Colosseum...

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    A change from the checkered tablecloth vibe, it's definitely modern Italian. Incredible service, and an incredible view of Rome is to be had on your walk after dinner.

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    Best place for shopping if visiting the Vatican, not just clothes but also souvenirs.

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    A great place to eat before or after your Vatican tour, the freshest and biggest selection of paninos in all of Rome, complete with vegetarian / vegan options.

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    As a tourguide, let me tell you that this is the favourite place for all guides. Organic, fresh, salads, sandwiches and wraps made by Fabio and fresh juices made like nowhere else by Claudio. A gem!

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    Michelangelos Sistine Chapel, St Peters Basilica,home of the Pope, a must see stop on your touring through Rome,and one of our Top Three most popular tours. Cover your knees and shoulders for a visit.

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