COD.ID REG. 1778
The Art-Little House is a colored, bright and happy 75 apartment located 5 minutes far from TRASTEVERE Station e only 3 underground's stops to the COLOSSEUM. The location is great , because it lies at the heart of the main tourist attractions of the city, just minutes from the lively Trastevere and Testaccio districts as well as the Ostiense neighbourhood, famous not only for its night-life, but also for the converted industrial architecture (see the web EATALY FOOD ALL, MACRO MUSEUM of contemporary art) and well known for the URBAN-STREET artworks.
Just outside the house you will find all the bus stops with direct links to the historical centre of the city (10 minutes) and a taxi stand, while the metro (LINE B) is just 10 minutes walking distance and only three stops from the CIRCUS MAXIMUS and the COLOSSEUM. There is also a direct train link to Fiumicino Airport from Trastevere Train Station, which is within walking distance.
The area is full of bars, restaurants and supermarkets , and the adjacent “Viale Marconi” is one of the most important shopping streets of Rome with more than 100 shops.
The Art-LittleHouse is situated in the first floor of a building with an elevator and consists of a large, bright double bedroom , a spacious living room with a comfortable double sofa bed, a dining room (4 seats), a fitted kitchen (3 seats) and a bathroom with a large glass shower. There is also a washing machine and a laundry drying rack in the house. There are two small balconies, the kitchen balcony can be used to dry the laundry if required.
The total area of the house is approximately 75 square meters and accommodates four persons (in one double bed and a king size sofa bed) .
The house offers free WiFi Internet, 2 flat screen TV's, DVD/usb player, air conditioning, central heating , washing machine , hair dryer .
The kitchen is fully equipped with all mod cons.
The Art-LittleHouse features a permanent exhibition on the walls of colourful ' pop-art ' paintings from the well known Roman street artist 'OMINO71' (see on the web for his artworks) .