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Recent Rome reviews

  • Perfect Location and Beautiful, too

    "I highly recommend this apartment. This is the perfect location for exploring Rome. It is close enough to the Piazza Navona to be able to get a taxi or take public transport, but not overly noisy or overrun. You can walk to St. Peters, the Pantheon and many other sights. The neighborhood is lively and has everything you need to make your stay enjoyable. You should know, however, that there are many stairs to enter and no lift. This was not a problem for us at all, as we always pack lightly and are spry but might be a concern to others."
    Guest: Love2ski Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 29, 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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  • 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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  • Great family apartment near the Vatican!

    "Great location, quiet neighborhood, near subway. Francesca was so helpful. She met us at the apartment and provided us with great information about Rome and the surrounding neighborhood. The apartment was stocked with everything we needed including dish soap and laundry soap and racks for drying clothes. There was plenty of room for our family of five to gather for meals, relaxing and sleeping. I would definitely recommend this apartment and Francesca especially!"
    Guest: sj Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014
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Trevi Travel Tips

Dream Vacations in Rome's Trevi Villas

Trevi villas are in a prime location for the vacation of your dreams. Anyone who has studied Rome knows that it is one of the most historically rich places in the world. Visitors to Trevi villas can usually walk to a plethora of places. The Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the bridges of Tiber River, and the Spanish Steps are just a few of the must see vacation places.

Choose a Vacation Rental instead of a Hotel

While you can also see these places if you stay in a hotel, being able to relax in a warm home-like atmosphere only enhances the experience. A hotel in a tourist-filled city like Rome tends to be a busy place, full of people who are in a hurry to get somewhere. When renting an apartment for your stay, there is no need to worry about the crowds once you have left the street.

Much to See and Do

Small, fresh-air markets are plentiful in Rome and a great place to buy fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers. Walking around in the markets and getting a feel for the city can be fun as well. Rome vacation rentals can give you a closer to daily life experience for those who are in Rome for the first time.

Join the Party

Many Trevi apartments are specifically described as being made for just one or two people. The quiet atmosphere lends itself to peaceful sleep away from stress as well as a romantic weekend for two. Some Trevi apartments, however, can sleep between four and six people, thus making it a great deal for a group getaway as well. Splitting the costs between all of those who are going will save you all money in the long run.

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