In the heart of the picturesque and lively Pigneto, my flat is a bright and cosy place. An easy commute to Rome city centre, the apartment is perfect for a couple or small family who want to experience the charm of a village and the beauties of Rome
My apartment is located at the 4th floor of a yellow house which was built around 1946. The flat has warm, wooden floors and due to its east facing windows, is extremely bright with sunlight. The living area is an open space composed of an entrance way lined with big book shelves, a cosy sitting room with a sofa-bed, a comfy old armchair and a fully equipped kitchen. There is also a colourful bathroom with a shower and all the facilities. The double bedroom is spacious and has a nice wooden Japanese traditional tatami, a large desk, a big wardrobe, a mirror and a chest of drawers. From the bedroom you can access to the beautiful terrace, where you can read a book surrounded by the plants and the sounds of the city, have a lovely meal when the weather is good (in Rome it is sunny the most of the time), or just look at the Roman sunset with its orange light that illuminates a unique view of the city.
The house will be entirely at your disposal.
I'll be available to give you any help and assistance during your stay. If I can't for any reason, someone from Hostmaker will take care of you. We all speak English and we will welcome you providing information about the best places to visit in Rome City Centre as well as the local bars, cafés and shops.
Pigneto is a popular Roman neighbourhood located between Via Prenestina and Via Casilina. It has undergone great changes in the past ten years; once a left, antifascist quarter during the Second World War, then a popular area inhabited by train workers, then the set of Pasolini and Rossellini black and white Neorealist cinema. Today the area is a lively, cultural centre for young people and artists. During the day you can walk through the colourful and leafy streets, tasting the Roman traditional daily life by buying (or just smelling) super fresh fruits and veg at the daily, cheap local market just down the road, or stopping for a cappuccino or a delicious ice-cream in one of the many cafés (I would recommend Yeti Café in Via Perugia 4 and the incredible ice-cream shop in front of it). At night you can have an ‘aperitivo', a glass of wine or cocktail with sharing platters, admiring the amount of people filling the streets and populating the urban environment. In the evenings Pigneto becomes a real meeting place, where you can dance, socialise, or just eat traditional Roman food in both cheap or more sophisticated restaurants. It's the perfect place for unforgettable nights, but it is also well connected to Rome City Centre if you prefer to spend the day or the night there and then come back by tram, bus or taxi.
The apartment can be reached by tram and bus from the airport and Roma Termini. The metro station (Pigneto - Metro C) can be reached in 1 minute walking and a bus stop is just in front of the house.
From Termini Station take the bus number 50 for 11 stops and getting off at Pigneto MC station. Otherwise the tram number 5 and 14 are quite quick as well. You can take the tram from Termini station and get off at Piazzale Prenestino station.
From Fiumicino Airport you can get a taxi and reach the house in 45 minutes (50,00€) or take the Train FL1 to Fara Sabina, getting off at Tuscolana Station (8.00€). Once you are there, get the bus 412 for 5 stops only and get off in front of the house, at Pigneto MC station.
From Ciampino Airport, you can get a taxi and arrive in 45 minutes (50,00€) or you can get the bus to Termini Station (6.00€ per person, 45 minutes). From there just take the bus 50 for 11 stops getting off in front of the apartment, at Pigneto MC station.
If you want to visit San Peter's Cathedral you need to go to Termini, taking the bus 50 for 11 stops and then the Metro A (red line) for 6 stops, getting off at Ottaviano.
For Spanish Steps, arrive to Termini taking the bus 50 for 11 stops and the the Metro A (red line) for 3 stops, getting off at Spagna.
To see the Colusseum, get the Metro B (blue line) from Termini, getting off at Colosseo, or the bus number 810 from Piazzale Prenestino.
At your arrival you will be welcomed by me or some friend of mine. In any case we can speak english and we will be glad to explain you how to use everything in the house and how to enjoy the neighbourhood.
I furnished and decorated this place with love and care, and everything you will find in the house is not just part of it but it is part of my identity and my memories, so please respect the flat as it was yours and I'll be happy to know that you're having a fabulous time. Please follow all the instructions that will be provided at your arrival.
Also, respect the neighbourhood and the silence hours: between 2pm and 4pm and also after 10pm. Do not smoke in the house. The entrance of animals is not allowed.
- Please note.
* Roma Capitale authority has decided on tourist accommodation tax payments due from the guests of hotels, holiday homes, rented rooms establishments, bed & breakfasts and camping grounds in Rome. The tourist accommodation tax is due for each night spent in Rome’s accommodation facilities.
Regulation on the Rome city tax, approved on March 30th 2018, has introduced important innovations. Tourists staying in private apartment are required to pay a daily contribution of € 3.50 per person. The fee applies only for the first 10 day. Exception: persons who are residents of Rome, and children up to 10 years old.
You can pay cash at your check-in, directly to the person that will welcome you and we will give you a personal receipt.