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Recent Rome reviews
"It was close to everything and see St Peter Basilica from the balcony. Easy to walk places and get the buses. Leonardo was generous with his time and gave us lots of information on places to eat as well as wine suggestions. He took the time to tell us how everything worked and answered all of our questions. The apartment was clean and well maintained. We would suggest it to everyone."
Guest: Karen L.Date of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: November 2, 2014
"I have mixed feelings about this property. The apartment itself is wonderful. Charming and rather large (it was just my husband and me), it provided us everything we could have wanted. I enjoyed the ability to escape the rat race of Rome, and in August it was certainly much cooler in Ladispoli. The kitchen was very well equipped, however, we never did find wine glasses. They had to have been there and we most likely just missed them. The owners, Louise and Aldo, have everything you could possibly need for the beach. Towels, bags, chairs, umbrellas, etc. I was very concerned about the lack of A/C in August, however opening the doors to the balcony and window in the bathroom created a lovely cross breeze. Ladispoli itself is okay. This is no Amalfi coast or Cinque Terre, but there were a bunch of fun festivals going on when we were there. The people were super friendly and the dinner prices were far less than Rome. Stay away from the beach restaurants, though. Over priced and not worth it. The best meal we had in town was one we prepared ourselves with fresh pasta from around the corner.
Now. The down side. There is an outdoor dance club directly across the street from the apartment. Since there is no A/C and the doors needed to be open, that meant my husband and I had to wait until the bar closed every night to go to sleep. On the weekend this was 3am, weeknights 2am. I didn't get a good night's sleep once while we were there. Also, the hot water stopped working Wednesday during our stay. We went three days with no hot water for showers. The super was very apologetic, but there was never an email from the owner apologizing or offering some type of compensation. (compensation wouldn't really have been necessary, but an apologetic email would have been nice)
All in all, I would recommend this place, but not during the summer months when the club is obviously in full swing."
Guest: AshleeDate of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: October 3, 2014
"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 2014Review Submitted: June 14, 2014