About this listing
The Fab apartment was completely restored and redecorated by interior designers and it is placed in a very charming cobblestone street in Trastevere, every point of interest of Rome is within 5-30 minutes walk, this is your best home in Rome!
The apartment is located on the second floor of a recently renovated building in a very charming cobblestone street in Trastevere. There is no elevator at present, but access to the apartment is easy. The apartment was completely restored and redecorated in 2013 and includes parquet, beams, and large double glazed windows looking out onto Viale Trastevere, Ponte Garibaldi and the Tiber. The living room is decorated in soft grays and includes a sofa which opens up into a large double bed, a dining table and chairs, a coffee table and a large flat-screen TV. The separate kitchen is light and has plenty of work surface. It is equipped with a refrigerator/freezer, a stove, an oven, a toaster, a microwave, a coffee maker, a washing machine, a quiet dish-washer, cooking utensils, and plates, glasses, and cutlery for four people. The double bedroom is light and cosy feeling. There is a large double bed, a dressing table, a wall mirror and a high resolution flat-screen TV. The bathroom has been completely redone and includes a toilet, a bidet, a sink and a shower. Bedding and towels for four are included.
Free Internet WIFI access.
It is located in a quiet area despite being in the heart of Trastevere.
Just outside the apartment block is Piazza San Cosimato where there is a large fruit and vegetable market every morning except Sundays. Here you will find not only fruit and vegetable stalls, but also cheeses, flowers, various other edible products such as olives, nuts, bread, pizza, and on and on. On Sunday mornings the famous Roman flee market Porta Portese is literally five minutes walk away. Here there are some real antiques, bric-a-brac, new and old clothes, and oddities of all sorts.
Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere is the most popular gathering place in the area. In this square you will find the church Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in Rome and very much worth a visit. The neighbouring streets have a variety of stores, restaurants, and service-oriented businesses as well as beautiful residences.
Equidistant from the Coliseum and the Vatican, Trastevere is the ideal place to discover the secrets of Rome on foot. Saint Peter's and the Vatican are about twenty minutes away and upon crossing the Tiber you get to Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps, the Roman Forum, and many other sights in no time at all. If you want to take public transportation, the area is extremely well served by the tram and the electric buses of Rome.
Other Things to Note
Check ins after 9:00 pm are subject to a € 30,00 surcharge as the housekeeper has to be paid for overtime.
Long lets (a month +) are subject to a extra fee for electricity.