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Recent Navona property reviews

  • Location, Location, Location!

    "My wife and I spent a week in June at this wonderful apartment in Rome. The apartment was clean, very quiet and had great air conditioning. The bathroom is modern, and the small terrace overlooking the courtyard is a great place to have breakfast or a glass of wine in the evening. There is even a washing machine, so you can pack lighter. The kitchen is well stocked with pots and pans, dishes, glasses and utensils. The location is perfect; walking distance from everything, including the Jewish Ghetto, Pantheon, Vatican, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Colosseum. The apartment is located up several flights of stairs, with no elevator, which was not an issue for us. The owner is terrific, and even arranged for us to have transportation from the airport and back again at the end of our trip. We highly recommend this apartment."
    Guest: Stephen K. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 14, 2014
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  • Location can't be beat; owner has too many properties and is too busy....

    "This is a relatively nice apartment in a fantastic location. It is near wonderful plazas with great restaurants where you get to hang out, and eat, like locals. Living in this neighborhood for a week is getting to experience life in Rome in a way you don't with a big hotel. It is also well situated to to tourist attractions. I give this the highest ratings on location. The apartment itself is good, but not great. I don't think it was "fabulous" as some of these reviews suggest. The owner and staff are very nice people who work hard. But renters should know that even though they work hard, they seem to have too many properties to provide the highest level of service. Many things didn't work when we arrived. The washing machine didn't work, the electricity kept going out when we used the air conditioning with other appliances (and you have to find and flip the switch in the dark), and the shower drain was clogged up and didn't drain. Also, the shower head was clogged so water came out in a trickle. The owner DID make efforts to fix things when we complained. The washing machine (which we had counted on to wash clothes when we arrived) was fixed by the 3rd day, and on the 3rd day he also paid for some of our clothes to be cleaned because I kept complaining that we had arrived in Rome with all dirty clothes and had been counting on using the washing machine to wash all our clothes. It was not pleasant to wear dirty clothes for 3 days. He also had the shower drain cleaned on the 3rd day. The shower head was never fixed. I had asked him about parking before arriving, and he said there was none. So I arranged and paid for a private garage nearby to keep our car. But when we arrived he said there was free parking in the nearby plaza by the french embassy. Why didn't he tell me this before we arrived and I went through all the trouble to find a parking garage, reserve a spot and pay in advance? When we left, we accidentally left a blanket in the apartment....it was an important blanket that we got for our wedding that had been with us all around the world on every trip we have taken together. We could not get them to send it to us, even though we offered to pay them for shipping, etc. I realize they are not required to do this. It was our fault for leaving the blanket. I just give this as an example that they are very busy and don't provide the greatest level of service if a problem arises."
    Guest: Mark G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 2, 2014
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  • Lovely Flat in an Amazing Location

    "This flat is a perfect base for exploring the main sights of Rome, and inside it's a quiet, cool refuge from the busy streets. Just 2 minutes walk from the Piazza Navona, there are loads of great wine bars, cafes and trattorias on the street itself, and especially in the small square at the bottom. St Peter's and the Castel Sant'Angelo are just down the road, while the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps are within close walking distance. Inside, there is a spacious dining area, a lovely, modern bathroom with walk-in shower, and a cosy living room with bed settee. There is also a quiet bedroom with a double bed and plenty of storage space. You'll want to spend most of the time exploring this fabulous city, but when you do want some peace and quiet, you can visit the nearby supermarket for some wine, meats and cheese, take it back to the flat and spend an hour or two relaxing!"
    Guest: Des Wolfe Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: October 10, 2013
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  • One of the last short term renters :(

    "Our experience at this apt and in dealing w/Fiora and Nur were all we (4 adults) needed & wanted. Our time in Rome pre-cruise was fabulous. The location was great & as others stated many conveniences were w/in walking distance. The WIFI was free and speed was great. this allowed us to keep in contact w/home and was a great plus. We had a few minor complaints: the shower upstairs had "major" water pressure issues & @ times there was NO water. This was very annoying when trying to get up and ready for a long day site-seeing. There were many "spit-shine" baths. Not a great way to start our long days. Also, as stated there were not enough wine glasss for 4, but the complimentary wine from Fiora (tyvm) was enjoyed in tumblers and tasted just fine ! :) LOL. The apt was well cared for and was a serene retreat after long days in the streets of Roma.The views were spectacular from all the upstairs terraces. We were told that the neighbors won't allow short term renters anymore, as "noisy Americans" disturb the permanent residents. I felt very uncomfortable hereing this on our arrival, but totally understoond the warning. We were a traveling family of 4 adults and were in by 10pm most nights. We took special care to enter and leave quietly and follow all the rules, however w/such an old building, concrete steps and multiple doors the echos did make even us "church mouses" sound loud. It's a shame other short term visitors will not get to experience this wonderful place. Whomever resides here is in for a most pleasurable stay. Best wishes, Fiora and grazie for letting us share your rental home. Arrivederci !"
    Guest: Donna L. Date of Stay: September 2012 Review Submitted: October 14, 2012
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Navona Travel Tips

Enjoying the Pleasures of Rome, Italy From Your Navona Vacation Rentals

Rome is one of those places that you must savor. Navona vacation rentals offer the ideal opportunity to enjoy all that Rome, Italy has to offer. When you find the perfect lodgings in Rome, you can truly enjoy the charm of the city. This area is always lively and finding entertainment is easy.

Where and What to Eat in Rome

One of the things some holidaymakers look forward to on vacation is sampling the area's cuisine. There are many opportunities to try the best of Roman cuisine from Navona vacation rentals. There are many restaurants in and around the Piazza Navona. Two popular ones are Trattoria da Francesco, known for great food and reasonable prices, and Margutta Ristorante, the restaurant of choice for vegetarians. Their cheese ravioli has a reputation of being the best. Persons who like cooking for themselves can try preparing their own dishes unique to Rome from the comfort of their rented Navona accommodation. While Italian cuisine is well known worldwide, each area of Italy has its own specialties with Rome being no different. Some favorites are pasta amatriciana, bruschetta (toasted bread coated with garlic) and Carciofi alla giudea (battered, fried artichokes).

Attractions in Rome

When in Rome, Italy, there are so many attractions it's hard to decide what to see and where to go. Some popular attractions within easy reach of most Navona vacation rentals include Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) constructed in the 17th century; Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone; and Museo di Roma (Museum of Rome). When it comes to Rome apartments, tourists will find that Navona vacation rentals offer so much more than hotels. Their individuality cannot be replicated in a hotel. Many Navona accommodations are architectural wonders of the area.

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