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Cosy studio in the heart of Rome

ItalyLazioRome
Entire home/apt
3 Guests
1 Bedroom
2 Beds
$108
Per Night
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My cozy studio apartment will take you straight to the heart of Rome! All the wonderful sights of the city are within walking distance. Enjoy the terrace for al-fresco dining!

Cosy studio in the heart of Rome
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The Space
Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $17 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $34
Weekly discount: 0%
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The Space

This studio of charme is situated in the very heart of Rome, the wellknown district of Trastevere. The apartment (35mq) has a confortable sofa double bed and a queen loft bed for a 3rd guest, if needed. Fully equipped kitchenette. Bath with shower and tub.
Wide furnished private terrace (20mq).
This studio is the ideal choice for a couple wishing to spend few days in Rome enjoing the real atmosphere of the ancient city.
Situated at a walking distance from the most important and interesting locations such as piazza Navona, piazza Campo dè Fiori, Fontana di Trevi etc. The neighborhood offers many transportation options including Trastevere railway station directly connected to the airport of Fiumicino. On request we can arrange a private car transport service.

Distances in meters:
Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere : 150mt
Piazza S. Pietr(URL HIDDEN)1km
Campo de' Fior(URL HIDDEN) 550mt
Piazza Navon(URL HIDDEN) : 950mt
Orto Botanic(URL HIDDEN) : 200mt
Aeroporto Da Vinc(URL HIDDEN) : 20km
Stazione trastever(URL HIDDEN)1,5km

Interaction with Guests

We meet our Guests at their arrival and walk them through the apartment. We are always at our Guests disposal when needed.

The Neighborhood

Trastevere, the neighborhood "across the Tiber" on Rome's left bank, is a pleasant diversion from the tourist-heavy historic center. Mostly residential and characterized by narrow, cobbled streets, medieval-era dwellings, and its large student population (the American Academy in Rome and John Cabot University are both located here), Trastevere has an ample selection of restaurants, bars, and cafés filled with lively locals. The neighborhood has traditionally attracted artists, so it's possible to find unique gifts in its boutiques and studios. Trastevere is the ideal area to stay for the traveler who wants to experience a more local setting when visiting Rome.

Getting Around

Trastevere is connected to the right bank of Rome and the Isola Tiberina (Tiber Island) via several bridges, some of which are from ancient times. The neighborhood is also connected to public transportation via buses, tram lines (numbers H and 8), and the rail station Stazione Trastevere, where travelers can catch a train to Fiumicino Airport, Termini (Rome's central train station), and other points in the Lazio region, such as Civitavecchia and Lago di Bracciano.

Other Things to Note

The center of public life in the neigbhorhood is the Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, a large square outside of the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of the city's oldest churches. It is adorned with gorgeous golden mosaics both inside and out and rests upon the foundation of a church dating from the 3rd century. Also on the square is an ancient octagonal fountain that was restored by Carlo Fontana in the 17th century. Around the edges of the large piazza are a number of cafés and restaurants with outdoor tables, many a good choice for lunch, dinner, or a post-tour snack.
Other attractions in Trastevere include the church of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere, which contains some notable medieval as well as Baroque works of art; the Museo di Roma in Trastevere, which houses interesting archives of Roman civic life from the 18th and 19th centuries; and, in Piazza Trilussa, the statue of Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli, a poet who penned his works in the Roman dialect and who is particularly loved in Trastevere. On Sundays, near the end of Viale Trastevere, antique and secondhand vendors set up stalls in Porta Portese, one of Europe's largest flea markets and among the best places to shop in Rome, especially if you don't mind haggling.

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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not child-friendly (3-12 years)

A copy of your passport (or ID) and a a security deposit will be asked at check in. The deposit will be returned at departure.
Smoking is not permitted in the apartment. It is allowed only outside on the terrace.
Late check-in (9PM-12AM) : extra fee of 20€
After 12AM check-in ( if possible): extra fee of 40€

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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

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Leò

Rome, Italy · Member since March 2013

'Quando si incontrano vie amiche, il mondo, per un momento, ci sembra casa nostra' . Viaggiare è da sempre la mia passione e da tempo ho fatto miei questi versi di H.Hesse. Il Viaggio è stato per anni alla base della mia professione; oggi è assoluto piacere. Se posso preferisco soggiornare in appartamenti privati. E' il modo migliore per vivere e respirare l'atmosfera dei luoghi che visitiamo. Proprio come se 'per un momento' quella citta', quella casa fossero proprio le nostre! Questo è lo spirito con il quale metto a disposizione il mio alloggio romano, nella speranza che possa regalare soggiorni comodi e, soprattutto, felici!

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