Bright and comfortable with modern furniture, the apartment is surrounded by greenery and offers free car and bicycle parking. A lovely balcony and flat-screen TV are available.
Pretty artwork and vibrant colours feature throughout this cosy apartment with a double bedroom. The spacious living room contains a relaxing sofa, and the kitchen is fully equipped with modern utensils. A shower and a hairdryer feature in the bathroom.
The nearest bus stop is just 20 metres’ away on foot. Piazza del Popolo Square is 25 minutes’ away by bus from, and is a short walk from many of Rome’s top attractions including Piazza di Spagna Square, Vatican City and the Trevi Fountain. By bus, guests can conveniently reach Ponte Milvio Bridge, the National Museum and the Auditorium Parco Della Musica Music Complex.
Only 100 metres from the apartment lies restaurants, shops and bars, as well as supermarkets, markets with fruits and vegetables and a swimming pool.
The apartment 'was renovated in 2013 and beautifully furnished and equipped with:
- Free WIFI
- LCD TV
- KITCHEN WITH 4 BURNERS
- FRIDGE WITH FREEZER
- TRADITIONAL OVEN
- BED LINES, TOWELS AND TABLECLOTHS
The price is inclusive of linen and consumption
A third person can sleep on the couch.
Don't hesitate to ask any information you need
Quiet and green. You can find everything you need. Well connected with buseslines
Three different bus lines connect you with the city center
This Apartment was so great. Even the way to the central took little longer, but it was quiet and peaceful.
We enjoyed our stay and Guiseppe was a great host!
I recommend this Apartment to everyone :)
Thanks to Giuseppe for great staying! He was flexible with the check in time (my flight was late..) and also always reachable by phone to answer any question. The house is lovely in a quite residential area, shops are close.. being at home while being far from home! See you next time, Giulia
The flat is very spacious and the bathroom is clean and well kept. Giuseppe is helpful in giving us suggestions how to get around Roma and the neighborhood. He even pick us up from the airport with last minute request. He patiently waited for us because we missed our connection flight and was not able to notify him. The internet is handy because we did not have an Italian phone. The flat is not located near the centre, there are 3 different buses you can take to get to the centre. I would definitely suggest to rent a scooter or a car to get you to and from Rome centre, as busing is time consuming and at times can be confusing. It took us almost 1 hr and 30 min to get to Termini station to catch our train to Florence during rush hour. There are all amenities you need within 6 minute walking distance from the flat, i.e. supermarket, laundry, restaurants, tobacco shop where you go to buy bus tickets, pharmacy and a general store. The flat is facing the street where bus runs from early morning to midnight. It was noisy to me because I get used to live in the suburb where there is only local traffic. Overall, we enjoyed staying at Giuseppe's flat.
We had a great stay at Giuseppe's flat. It was clean and had everything we needed for our two week stay. He met us on time at the airport and provided us with transportation to his flat ($). This was a lot better than taking the bus after an 8 hour flight.
His flat is a short walk to the bus stop. We where able to take the 201,301, or 222 buses to (Mancini). We then got off at the last stop where we got onto the number 2 Mancini tram that takes you to (Flaminio) Piazza del Popolo. You can walk from here to most sights in Rome. Or take the Metro underground to the Colosseum. You will have to change to the Metro B line at Termini station to get to the (Colosseo) metro stop.
Closest Metro stop to the Vatican is (Cipro Musei Vaticani) on Metro A.
We found it easy to get around on the buses, Tram and Metro. The self serve ticket machines at the Metro are in multiple languages including English. We felt safe walking around at night. No problems at all. Just keep in mind the last Bus back to the flat is at around 10 or 11 pm.
You can buy a bus ticket from the News stand/ tobacco shop ( look for a sign with a large capital "T" ). Buy your one trip bus ticket 1.50€ (BIT) or full day bus pass 6€ (BIG). They also have one week bus pass for 24€.
Make sure to scan your ticket into yellow box on the bus. Failure to do this results in a 150€ fine payable at the post office or if your lucky like me, I only had to pay 50€ on the spot for not buying a ticket! My fault.
Giuseppe's flat is in a nice area, quiet with a great coffee and Gelato shop just up the street. Grocery store and some restaurants are within walking distance.
As some have mentioned the wi-fi is slow.
Great place to stay we had a wonderful time.
Stephen & Koren and baby Evan
Giuseppe's phone had a delay on the SMS.
Giuseppe did not recived me, his mom did.
The kitchen was missing important parts to be usable
The house was OK.
Not very nice to have so many warnings around the House.
I didn't receive you because you didn't inform me of your arrival time, and my mom was near the flat and this was the fastest way to deliver you the keys.
My phone did not have a delay but you sent me an i-message that was delivered to me ONLY when you got the internet connection.
The kitchen is fully equipped and if something was missing you should had told me, my guests can always contact me for any problem.
Giuseppe has a very lovely apartment that is a perfect size for 2 people to stay in. It is a very quiet part of town, certainly away from the bustle of Rome. There are a few things however, that is important for people to be aware of.
Whilst in theory the transport should only take 30-45min to get to Flaminio metro station, due to difficult conditions in Italy and unreliability of public transport, you must allow at least 1hour to arrive from the house to Flaminio metro station as you actually need to catch a bus, then a tram. From Flaminio you can catch the metro to most of the sights around Rome (give or take a bit of walking). Also, to ensure you are able to get home at night, you need to be on a metro, heading to Flaminio stop by 1030pm, or 11pm at the very VERY latest. The last bus leaves at midnight.
The internet is quite slow, and the washing machine (though in the apartment) is actually an additional cost.
In saying this, Giuseppe is very easy to communicate with and is very welcoming of feedback. He was happy to answer any of our questions and made himself available when required.
Giuseppe was kind enough to have some flexibility with checkout and support us to get to the airport.
If you are not planning to stay in the city until very late at night, or don't need to go back to the apartment during the day before exploring more, then this apartment may be well suited for you. The apartment is lovely but we felt this was some information people needed to be aware of.
Really enjoyed our stay in Lazio, it was a quiet and peaceful area which was good.
Giuseppe was really accommodating to our needs and was easily contactable to answer any questions that we had.
He also was kind enough to drive us to the airport for less than it would have cost us for a taxi.
Also the WIFI was broken when we got there, but on our second night Gisueppe found us one which made it easier for us to know where to plan for the next day.
The restaurants around the area were nice, I recommend a place called LIFE it is a healthy,organic restaurant with some of the best pizza i've had yet, it is under the gym. The owner there speaks English and really looked after us.
The apartment is easy to get to by 2 buses from Termi station.
It is easy to get to the centre of Rome to see the sights, took us a total of about 30 mins.
It was pretty hot the weekend we were there, the place stays quiet cool, but I probably needed some aircon.
Was a great place to say to be out of the hustle and bustle of the Rome centre.
Our stay in the apartment was very smooth.The place is very near to a supermarket,and a caffe.The bus stop is 50m distance from the house and there are 3 buses you can take to the center.The neighborhood was very quiet and clean,like the apartment .We had every basic thing a house needs and we didnt worry about anything.I would propose to the next guest to rent a motorbike because it will make the distance with Rome very easy and less waiting for the buses. Giuseppe can help you with anything, he even got us a mobile to call him if we need him! It is really worth the stay ,i would sugest it to anyone who wants to avoid the everyday sounds in the city and relax.
Just like the heading says...'Lovely, quiet & well connected flat'.
This place is in a neighborhood where everything is GREEN!...
The bus stop is right down the street, and very easily connects you to the center of town.
Giuseppe is a great guy, who's always ready to help in anything you may need.
Hıs hostıng and helpful attıtude for everythıng was really great . we enjoyed our stay, flat ıs lovely and location ıs quiet , the only prob was hot water limitation . Thanks for all!