Charming apartment of 80 square meters, 400 meters away from Piazza San Pietro. The apartment consists of two bedrooms with a double bed each, a living room with an equipped kitchenette and a bathroom with shower. The living room has a sofa bed. The place has been recently restored and has a huge private terrace with a beautiful view of the cupola of St. Peter. The facility can accommodate up to 6 people and is easily accessible by public transport: there are various bus lines which take you to the centre or the main train station (Termini), besides, the train station San Pietro is only 100 meters away. However, the centre can be easily reached by foot.
Nearby you can find a supermarket, fruit shops, butcher shop, several banks, post office, kiosk, bars and restaurants etc.
If needed we can also provide a baby crip.
My first goal is to make you feel at home.
Here are my rules.
1. Please respect the next guests, the apartment and the neighbours. Smokers may go on the big terrace or the balcony. No noise or parties in the late evning/night, it is a residential area.
2. Please switch off the light and the air conditioning when going out during the day.
3. Please do the dishes and throw out the garbage before your departure.
4. Remember to leave me a review on the website if you desire.
Wonderful apartment in an amazing location with an amazing view! Bruno and Britta were so wonderful and accommodating. We stayed here with two couples and a toddler and were more than comfortable. They even provided a crib for our son. The apartment is very close to the Vatican (about a 10-15 minute walk) and in a really good area with some good cafes and a few markets. Really can't say enough good things about this place!
We were very happy to stay at Bruno`s apartment near Vatican. We were warmly welcomed and had always somebody to answer our questions. The apartment was very nice and we would be happy to recommend it.
Vi hadde et fint opphold i denne praktiske leiligheten. Det var godt å kunne nye en sen frokost på terrassen eller slappe av der etter en lang dag i travle gater. Vi ble tatt godt i mot av vertskapet og fikk god hjelp på alle vis.
We loved to stay in this appartement. Well equipped, clean, Britta was a nice host who helped us to organize things when needed (we did not come to know Bruno, but his charming father). The huge terrace is a big advantage of this place. You can take your breakfast sitting in the sun or under a sunshade. Our family of four also liked to take dinner on the terrace or just having a break during the day. Unfortunately, an aircon of another part of the building ends on the terrace and makes a loud noise. We needed a little to become used to it, but we did. You don't hear it in the sleeping rooms.
We walked from the appartement to all the important places of Rome's city, crossing the Vatican and Castel San Angelo. You can reach Piazza del Popolo or Piazaa Navona by feet, and taking the other direction also Gianicolo and Trastevere. The appartement is really a nice place to stay in Rome we can recommend.
So very helpfull answering all our questions from child safety chairs in taxas to directions to a print shop. Welcomed us when we arrived. The appart proper and corresponded to the description. The terrasse a PLUS. Great with kids. Area close to The Vatican but a bit from other sites.
Apartment is indeed less than 10 mins walk to the Vatican. It has everything you need and a huge patio to eat in. There's a Carrefour express that we bought some of our dinner ingredients and the cafe across the apartment woke us up with their espresso and friendly service. I really have a good stay at Britta and Bruno place and Bruno dad was very nice to wait for us and help us to move the car around.
Britta even took some time to give us tips of going around the city and visiting the famous sites.
We will recommend this place.
This is a newly furnished apartment, with a low but comfortable bed. The terrace is a bonus, and the apartment is conveniently close to The Vatican. There is a small local market nearby. Rome is a chaotic place, and it maybe was that we weren't used to it, but the apartment was very noisy in the mornings, especially when the supermarket below opened up, with the sound of large trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles. Sleeping in past 7:00 was not an option. Other areas in Rome are accessible by bus, but this is not really aa picturesque or walking neighbourhood. But again, maybe that's just North American standards wrongly applied to Rome. Bruno's father was very nice, as were his friends who translated for him.