Anna Paola Succi
- english, french, spanish, italian
About Anna Paola Succi
I am Italian, but I grew up in England and the U.S.A. Then I moved to Rome and never left the Eternal City! With my husband and our teenaged children we will do our best to help you enjoy the city we love!
No smoking - smoking allowed in the gardensmoking allowed in the garden
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 18 - 18 years old18 years old
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Comfortable and quiet
This property was very pleasantly as described in the listing. The manager/owner was very professional and available to respond to all questions. Great location near Piramide area and all necessary services and transport links yet wonderfully quiet and relaxing. We would stay here again and would recommend it to friends
Quiet neighborhood, comfortable accommodations
I recently stayed here for 11 nights. The apartment house is in a hilly neighborhood about a 10 minute walk from the Pyramide metro station and the commercial center of Testaccio. The apartment was clean and comfortable. The kitchen was excellent, with a gas stove, and the bathroom small but spotless. WiFi worked without a hitch. The apartment had a good feeling to it; lime and pomegranate trees outside the windows and lots of quiet. The bed in the main bedroom was VERY comfortable, and AC was available. The host was obliging, answered all questions patiently, and made arrangements for a driver to and from the airport. I'd certainly try to stay here on my next trip to Rome.
wonderful apartment and location.
Excellent reception from the owner and great attention to detail. Plus Roma = a fabulous city
Wonderful host, convenient location, spotless bright apartment with thoughtful amenities
Anna was kind, helpful and very informative about the neighborhood and things to do in Rome. She was a terrific host. We appreciated the goodies she left for us in the kitchen. The apartment had a very well-equipped kitchen, the beds were super comfortable (a relief after some rather hard beds in other places), and it's a lovely classic 1930s building with gorgeous floors and high ceilings. The area is quiet, which made sleeping easy, but the Ostiense/Pyramide metro and train stop are close by so it's easy to get around, and there is an Eataly nearby as well as many restaurants just past the metro station. I didn't want to leave and I hope to return!
This beautifully appointed apartment was the perfect base for our trip to Rome and was a delight to return to after busy days sightseeing. Being so close to the station and tube made travelling easy but many important venues were within walking distance which enabled us to make the most of the wonderful weather.
Anna Paola made us very welcome and was full of helpful advice as to how to plan our trip and also find attractions off the beaten track. We were generally very lucky and did not need to join any organised tours in order to see even the most celebrated destinations. The large amount of information at the apartment and information offered by Anna Paola gave us a great grounding and enabled us to have a lovely holiday.
The apartment itself is lovely with very comfortable beds and all the equipment you could ask for. The quiet location with good nearby amenities make it the perfect place to stay when exploring this beautiful city and we are happy to heartily recommend it.
If you are looking for a peaceful residence in the heart of the archaeology, history, art and ‘Great Beauty’ of Rome, “Villino Rosso” is the ideal place to stay. Far from the traffic, hustle and bustle of some areas of the city, many attractions are easily reached on foot: the Baths of Caracalla (11 mins), the Aventine Hill (12 mins), the Circus Maximus (13 mins), the Colosseum (20 mins), the Forum (25 mins). Nearby are the lively and characteristic areas of Testaccio and Ostiense that offer a great number of restaurants, pizzerias, taverns, ice cream shops, shops, clubs and a market. A 9 min walk (through the underground pedestrian passage of Ostiense train station) will take you to Eataly, a 17.000 sq. m. space offering the best in Italian wines and food. Not only can you buy top quality products, but you can also eat in one of the several thematic and gourmet restaurants.
200m from the house is a café and a small bakery selling sandwiches, bread, biscuits and all that you need for breakfast. In viale Giotto (5 mins on foot) there is a supermarket which also has fruit, vegetables, meat, fresh bread, meat and a deli. The nearest open-air market is San Saba (5 min on foot) in quaint piazza Bernini, with a few typical stalls selling fruit, vegetables, meat, cold cuts and cheese. There is also a bakery in the square. A 15 min walk will take you to the large covered market of Testaccio in via Galvani, which offers a great variety of fruit, vegetables, fish, meat, bread, pastries, wine, flowers etc., as well as stalls where you can taste traditional roman dishes, open air cafés and shops selling shoes, clothes, accessories, pottery. Finally, on Thursday and Saturday morning in piazza Nicoloso da Recco, a small square 20m from the apartment, you will find a truck selling local fruit and vegetables from the Roman countryside.
Opera and ballet lovers shouldn’t miss the summer season of the Opera of Rome held in the unique setting of the Baths of Caracalla. An interesting museum within walking distance is the Montemartini Centre in via Ostiense: an extraordinary combination of industrial archeology and classical art, where a collection of ancient sculptures is exhibited in a former power plant. Also look out for the exhibitions at the Macro Testaccio, an exhibition space for contemporary art in a former 19th century slaughterhouse.