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Recent Navona reviews

  • This is how to travel

    "My husband, our four adult children and I had four wonderful days here. We had stayed in Rome last year in a hotel, which was very nice, but this was amazing. It added a whole new dimension to the experience of being in Rome. It was a very warm week and the ac was exceptional, better than our hotel in August! Excellent wifi, great location. HUGE apt for all of us to spread out in and relax. Washer and dryer were great. We felt very secure with the locked street door in addition to our apartment door locks. We got up in the morning and walked to the Campo di Fiori for fruit and stopped for pastries on the way home. My son figured out the italian coffee maker but you could get your coffee at the shop to the left of the street door. Everyone we met in this neighborhood was wonderful. I dare not recommend it, in case it becomes too popular and is not available for our next visit."
    Guest: Amy F. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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  • Baby Orsetto - perfect for Rome Vacation

    "We stayed 8 great nights in Baby Orsetto. The bedroom was very spacious with plenty of room for hang up clothes as well as dresser/folding clothes. The bed was bigger than a queen and very comfortable. I believe that the bedroom is bigger than most in the area. All wood floors in bedroom and everywhere else. The bathroom was very nice and again spacious. Having a tub and shower (handheld) was a nice feature, but need to remember to keep the wall switch “on” for the water heater. Kitchen was small, with convenience fridge, microwave, gas stove, small dishwasher and plenty of utensils, dishes and pots/pans. We did not cook much so the kitchen was a place for small breakfast items, pop, etc. The laundry machine worked fine, once we figured out how to use it. The manual is in Italian of course, but a little internet search and we washed several times. The apartment has a clothes rack that if we laid out wet clothes one day, the next they would be dry. What a luggage room saver to know that you can do laundry. Family room was big with slightly dated furniture, but comfortable. The big glass doors open up to a railing with great views and nice breezes. The TV was there, but when you are busy eating, shopping, sightseeing and living like a Roman, who has time to watch TV broadcast in Italian? The elevator is easy to use and gets to actually higher than you need to go, but due to building elevation differences, you have to go down a set of stairs (easy) to get to Baby Orsetto. No problem. Dealing with Fillippo and his staff of Lavinia and Iryna was splendid and they are easy to do business with. They could be reached any time by phone or email. We explored all of Rome using buses and footpower to get everywhere. I would and will recommend this apartment to anyone travelling to Rome and would stay there again."
    Guest: Dave K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014
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  • Navona Rental-Rome

    "My 3 friends and I stayed at this apartment in early May. Excellent location, Giancarlo is great to work with and goes out of his way to be helpful. We used the airport pickup service which I highly recommend and were taken directly to the apartment. A bottle of wine, several bottles of water and fruit greeted us. A true coffee maker would be a big plus, but everything else was great. We had no issues with running out of hot water and that was with four women! Oh, and that really good baking smell is a "secret" bakery right around the corner. Stop over and get some fresh pastries for breakfast the next day."
    Guest: Patricia M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 27, 2014
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  • Super convenient!

    "The owner's description of this property is accurate - it is very small, and the spiral staircase challenging for anyone with mobility issues, but the location - 3-4 minutes from Campo di Fiori, and 2 from an amazing bakery, large grocery store and the main bus route between Termini and the Vatican - is perfect! I stayed here for 8 nights in April and this apartment perfectly suited my requirements."
    Guest: Rachel V. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 28, 2014
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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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