Warm and cozy apartment, full of artistic and ethnic objects, centrally located just 15 minutes walk from the Colosseum. It includes a large and comfortable lounge, a double bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. It can accommodate up to 3 people.
ATTENTION: ATTENTION to the cost of the rent must add an ADDITIONAL COST of 60 euros for FINAL CLEANING AND LAUNDRY to be paid in cash upon arrival.
The apartment, very large and spacious, consists of a living room, a beautiful spacious kitchen, a bathroom and a bedroom with a double bed and a TV with a giant screen.
The hall is definitely the highlight of the accommodation: spacious and spacious, it is characterized by a relaxation area with sofa, leather armchair, small table and TV; a dining area with a table for 4 and a 'study' area with a desk, a circular table and a large and rich bookcase, with over two hundred volumes.
The living room is furnished with antique furniture and is rich in paintings, posters, ancient geographic maps and countless artifacts, which give the place a touch even more lived, historical, artistic and, at times, exotic!
The apartment is in a central location and perfectly connected to the most important lines of Roman transport.
Guests will have access to the entire apartment, equipped with all comforts: a large living room, a spacious kitchen, a double bedroom and a bathroom. It is also possible to add an extra bed for the third guest.
The owner of the apartment is a professional in the film world, passionate about art and literature; will be busy outside Rome for a long time, so we will be 'Italy is a dream' to take care of the apartment and to meet guests for their every need. Each of us will try to provide you with as much information as possible, to make the most of your stay in Rome!
The district is in a central area, rich in places of historical and artistic interest within easy walking distance, such as the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums and the Celio on one side, the Basilica of San Giovanni Laterano on the other; while others can be reached by a few metro stops: Piazza di Spagna or the Vatican (Ottaviano stop). By tram 3 you get to Trastevere.
The apartment on one side is close to Termini Station and Piazza Vittorio (where there is also a multi-ethnic market), on the other to Via Labicana which leads straight to the Colosseum. During the walk, it is worth stopping at a parallel of Via Labicana, to visit one of the most interesting and suggestive churches in Rome: the Basilica of San Clemente, where you can retrace the history of Rome going up and down in its different levels.