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Recent Navona reviews

  • Rome beauty

    "This lovely B&B exceeded our expectations. It is beautifully decorated with artwork. The location is ideal. You can walk everywhere! Many excellent shops, restaurants and cafes nearby. The owner lives next door and is extremely helpful. I would definitely recommend it!"
    Guest: napalover Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 6, 2014
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  • Best location, Experience in Rome

    "One of the few places I have ever stayed where the pictures match what you'll get. Some hotels or rentals really make a place look nicer than it ends up being, and if anything, this is the opposite. The apartment is in a GREAT location for walking around Rome, within 5 minutes of Piazza Navona, about 20 to the Vatican, and 20 or so to the Colosseum area. My wife and I spent a week here, and we also loved that with the central location, it was easy to "drop stuff off" when we made purchases or had anything toted along. And of course, the apartment is just a block off of the famous Campo de Fiori square, where you can find the best daily open-air market around - great for morning coffee and fruits especially. Also, some great restaurants just a block from "home" makes for convenient evenings after a day of sight-seeing (try the Obika mozzarella bar in the afternoons and evenings right on the square). But, being just a block off the square doesn't mean noise. We were very surprised at how quiet this apartment was (most places in Rome don't have double-pane windows and so there's no sound filter). The private square this apartment is located in is quiet and has friendly residents, but this apartment's windows are to the internal side - great for the weary traveler to get some shut-eye - even around holidays. Further, the manager and his staff were extremely helpful and easygoing, and include a book in the apartment of all the things you didn't think of before you arrived - like the nearest supermarket, restaurant recommendations, WiFi passwords and more. A true treat, and we will be back again for our next stay in Rome. many thanks to Emanuele and Sara for the great stay!"
    Guest: Jens E. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 6, 2014
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  • Wonderful stay in a memorable location

    "Lovely, centrally located apartment. Enjoyed the terrace, the comfortable well appointed, air conditioned rooms. The staff was attentive and called us during our stay to confirm all was in order! Thank you for making our stay in Rome so memorable"
    Guest: T.O. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Fantastic experience. Highly Recommended.

    "Rome was the third and final stop on our European vacation and this was the nicest of the three apartments that we rented. The location is perfect, close enough to the touristy things that we wanted to see but in a neighborhood that is mostly Roman in population. We walked to just about everything, rarely needing a cab or even a bus! The place itself is well laid out for a family of four and having an extra full bathroom was so, so nice. It's a bit larger than it looks in the pictures. The vaulted ceilings added to the Roman ambience. The furnishings are excellent and though we didn't do any cooking, the kitchen is fully stocked with cookware should one want to do so. The washing machine worked well and the air conditioning units appeared relatively new and kept the place nice and cool, a huge bonus considering that it was 90 degrees outside. The 2 concierges downstairs were helpful and arranged a car to the airport for us at a fixed price. Also, two of the best gelaterias in Rome are within a 2-3 minute walk. Finally, the owner Susanna was a pleasure to deal with. She showed us around the apartment and made sure that we knew how to work everything and was also highly responsive to our emails before we arrived. I would gladly rent from Susanna again and hope to do so! You can't go wrong with this place."
    Guest: Alex H. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 25, 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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