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Recent Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps) reviews
"We had a great stay in Rome. The owner was very gracious and the apartment was indeed lovely with an elegant mix of modern and antique . However we could really relax there too! I recommended the property to a group of Americans at the Hassler Tgiving celebration. And will continue to recommend it in the future to others ! Thanks again, Pat , for all of your help."
Guest: Mimi D.Date of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: December 17, 2014
"We were very happy in Angelina. While the location is in a touristy area (groups use the street to march from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountains), it's easy to feel the neighborhood around you. And it was very quiet at night. Having the grocery store nearby is wonderful, and the street has several cheap eat options. Apartment was perfect for two. When we had a third person sleeping in the loft, she had to go through the bedroom to use the toilet. All the furnishings are a little dowdy, but that made it homey. Kitchen is definitely for one person only and not a place to cook a grand meal. But we ate in several times. Only complaint is that you are next to the building machinery, so elevator and water pump noise is heard in the apartment. The place is very well equipped. Definitely recommended."
Guest: James T.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 4, 2015
"My family and I spent 5 days in Rome and stayed at the Orlando property offered by Italy Perfect and let me just say it was "PERFECT". We arrived late but it was no problem for our greeter. Upon arrival we found the unit in great condition. I know some reviews comment on the street noise but we had no issues with or without the windows closed. We kept the windows open while in the unit - day & night - and there was no extreme noises to cause concern. Aside from the unit being clean and beautiful, THE LOCATION WAS OUTSTANDING! We jumped on the subway just a block away as well as the tram just outside the doors. Most nights we were out late walking and found amazing restaurants, bars and desserts in short walking distance. The shopping options for clothes, gifts, or art was also just minutes away from the unit. We found a small vendor (store) just a block away where we bought wine, pasta and all the necessities to make our own late meal (on our last night in Rome). And, although many may not care, we loved having a dryer in the unit. My family and I are frequent travelers to Europe and we will contact Italy Perfect on our next trip to Italy."
Guest: Max & OliviaDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 20, 2015
"This apartment was perfect for our nine day stay in Rome! Very convenient to many top attractions and the premier shopping district. We often mentioned that there was enough space for us to sit, cook, have lunch outside on the small balcony and without it we would have been claustropic in a hotel room. Francesco met us on our arrival and reviewed the manner to turn on the gas for the stove, the heat, etc. and after that we were on our own! Knowing Francesco was in the building was great reassurance for us! Balcony is cool! Basic cooking equipment is there so we made a few basic meals. There is a small fresh vegetable and fruit market right behind the apartment building that is open each day between 8-1 for shopping needs and we were able to find a few grocery stores about three blocks away. The apartment is quiet, clean and great! We would use it again. Right out the window is a beautiful church, San Carlo al Corso, which was awesome to explore, and literally two blocks away is the excavation site for the Mausoleum of Augustus and the museum for the Ara Pacis. Walking to Spanish Steps is 2 minutes, Pantheon is 10 minutes, Vatican is 30 minutes. We stumbled on a small restaurant called Gino's after exploring the neighborhood and it was fun, good food and a local hangout! Much later we found it listed in Rick Steve's Rome book and our Top Ten Rome book. The apartment is also located quite near the Italian Senate in the Palazzo Madama and the Parliament. I recommend arranging tours of both these buildings. Talking politics with Romans is fascinating and you are easily able to gauge their love of their country. My husband liked the 100 steps to the apartment, it kept us in shape. Taxi stand is literally outside the front door. Termini Train station is about 30 minute walk away. Upon arrival in Rome, we walked to apartment, but I would not recommend to do the same. Rome's sidewalks are uneven, made of cobblestones, blocked, two feet wide...you get the picture...it was difficult to roll our bags that distance. Taxi from station would be so much easier. Thank you Francesco!"
Guest: AmandaDate of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: November 27, 2014