Welcome to my home and welcome to this amazing city! This is a beautifully renovated 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment. But don't take my word for it... let me walk you through it a little more!
The flat is located in a renovated historical building, elegant and architecturally prestigious, you will be amazed by this location.
The living area is also home to the dining area, which is the perfect spot to enjoy some local delicacies.If cooking a gourmet meal at home is more your thing, then rest assured the kitchen will have everything you need in it such as all the basic condiments, and as an added extra we make sure that there is also always plenty of tea, coffee and sugar so that you can make yourself a traditional Italian Espresso in the morning! There are also all the mod-cons such as toaster, kettle and dishwasher that you might expect. We really want to ensure that you have a comfortable stay here in Rome!
The bedroom is chic and elegant with colorful touches with a double bed and plenty of storage space for guests to store all their belongings.There is also a pull-out single bed that can accommodate an extra guest!
Finally, the bathroom has an amazing modern look!It has been recently renovated with luxury materials and has a large and comfortable shower.The bathroom will always come stocked with plenty of white fluffy towels and all the essential toiletries such as shampoo, shower gel and hand soap that you need to ensure that you have a comfortable stay.
The apartment comes with washing machine, iron and ironing board, so that you can look fresh for exploring the city or for any business meetings! A baby cot can be provided upon request.
The apartment is your own. Cleaned professionally with fresh luxury linens, it's prepared for each new visitor.
Interaction with guests
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away. Hostmaker will look after you. If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch.
Other things to note
A valid form of ID is required upon arrival
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.
Trevi Fountain · Coin Throwing · Gelato · Monuments · Shopping · Crowds
Alessandra’s home is located in Roma, Lazio, Italy. It’s 10 miles from Ciampino–G.B. Pastine International Airport. It’s 19 miles from Leonardo da Vinci International Airport.
The neighborhood is amazing! The flat is in the very center of Rome, just a few step from famous Trevi's Fountain (LITERALLY 5 STEPS) It's placed in a strategic position because you will be able to walk to every major sight and you will barely need to take any kind of transport!Piazza di Spagna (where the metro stop is) and the famous Via Condotti are less than 10 minutes walk, and with a longer walk you can stroll around all Via Del Corso and reach Piazza del Popolo in less than 15 minutes.Shops, cafes, delicious restaurants and the most famous roman sights are just at your doorstep! There is really no better location than this one!
From Termini Station you get to the house in 20 minutes by metro (Metro A, direction Battistini, 3 stops) getting off at Barberini station or in about 25 minutes by bus n. 85 (7 stops, get off at Largo Chigi, 8 minutes walking from the flat).
From Fiumicino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 35 minutes (45,00€) or you can go to Termini station by train (25 minutes, 14,00€ per person) and then take the bus or the metro (read above). Otherwise there is the Busshuttle (6 euros) that goes to Termini.
From Ciampino Airport you can get a taxi and arrive in 35 minutes (40,00€) or you can go to Termini station by bus (45 minutes, 6,00€ per person) and then take the bus or the metro (read above).
If you’d like to go to San Peter’s Cathedral you just have to turn left out of the building, cross the bridge and just follow the river on the left side. You will pass by Castel Sant'Angelo and then you will see S. Peter's cathedral.It' a really nice walk, but you can also take the metro A at Spagna station in Battistini direction for 2 stations getting off at Ottaviano station.
To see the Colosseum, you have to arrive first at Termini and there switch the metro lines, taking the Metro B (blue line) for 2 stops, getting off at Colosseo Station. Or you can just walk from my house toward Piazza Venezia. It will be a nice 30 minutes walk.
If you arrive to Rome with the car be careful because you need a special pass to reach the centre, so you will need to leave the car out of the ZTL zone (here is the map: If you have a permit (specific occasion/events, disable people etc) you could park in the street or use this car parking:
PALLACORDA PARKINGVia Di Pallacorda,
Remember that to park on the street if there are no lines or just white lines, it will be free. If you park on blue line you will need to pay at the machines on the street. It’s 1,00 €/h and it’s free on Sunday.