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Recent Latium (Lazio) reviews

  • Charming Apartment

    "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: Amanda Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 27, 2014
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  • Great Location

    "This apartment is right across the street from the Colosseo. There a lot of stairs to climb but it got easier as the time went by. The taxi stand is just outside the door and was very convenient. Lots of good restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood. Metro stop was very close also."
    Guest: KIM B. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 26, 2015
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  • Wonderful place for large family

    "We stayed at this apartment during Christmas week 2014. Our family had 15 people from 3 generations. This apartment worked incredibly well for our group. There was enough space for us all to spend time together, and also enough space for us to find peace and quiet when needed. The 4 showers enabled our large group to get out in the morning in a timely way. The two washers/dryers and two dishwashers were really helpful with a group our size. And the location really can't be beat. It's halfway between the Pantheon and Campo Di Fiori, a 2 minute walk from each. If we were forced to make one negative comment, the wifi was weak in the furthest bedroom. We would highly recommend this apartment to any large families travelling to Rome. We were able to go out together as a group during the day, and then walk around in smaller groups at night before or after dinner. There is a great capucinno /cornetto spot around the corner as well that became a morning ritual for us. Some of us in the group are runners, and this was an excellent base from which to explore the city running as well as walking. We had a magical stay and would definitely stay there again when we return to Rome."
    Guest: Paul F. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 8, 2015
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  • Great find / Great location

    "Bordering the Forum and the Monti district, and just a short 10-minute walk from the Colosseum, Enzo's apartment is in an ideal location. It's as advertised, or better, and my wife and two teenagers loved it and we had a fantastic time. We walked everywhere, even to Travestere and the Vatican, although those are serious walks. However, the Forum borders the building, and it almost seems like the building itself was a part of the Forum. There is a charming elevator, and a quaint breakfast place immediately next door. Enzo is very communicative, and makes everything abundantly clear. I felt it was a fair price. Much better and economical than Rome hotels, if you ask me. I'd stay there again. Two pieces of advice: get a private tour to the Villa Borghese, and get the ravioli at Glass Hosteria (to die for!)."
    Guest: Jack R. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 3, 2014
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