2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom - Free Wifi - Air conditioning
- english, italian
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Minimum age of primary renter:21
It requires an amount of € 3.50 as a tourist tax to be paid in cash on arrival for a maximum of 10 nights, it does not apply under 10 years
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
apartment was nice. felt secure. location was too far away from attractions. I would stay here again now that I know how to get around.
Very nice apartment in a good area. Plenty of restaurants nearby, and a number of mini markets.
Rooms are big and would sleep 3 couples easily. Kitchen is decent and enough equipment to cook a good meal.
Communication was good, and we were met and shown around bu a helpful lady.
There are places of interest such as Knights of Malta keyhole (look it up) very near by, and Circus Massimo, Coliseum and Palatine hill are 20 minutes walk.
Overall an excellent stay.
The apartment is beautiful and spacious but the best part is the location. Bus stop right outside the door and 10 minutes from everything. I would stay again.
Feel of Home at Casa Marmorata
My friend and I stayed 5 nights in Rome at Casa Marmorata. The apartment was clean, comfortable and very cozy. The kitchen was well-equipped with everything you need to cook, if you so desire, including olive oils, S&P, sugar, tea, coffee. The bedrooms are roomy and the beds comfortable. On the warmer days/nights, we very much enjoyed the AC, which worked well. The apartment is one floor up with easy steps but also a small elevator, which was handy for the luggage. The apartment is in the local residential district of Testaccio which was far less touristy and very quiet, especially at night. Yet it is close to many of the major attractions. Many, such as Colosseum & Roman Forum, are within walking distance, but if you prefer there is a bus stop across the street and a Subway (Metro) stop 8-10 minutes by foot. Tickets for each can be bought next door at the Tabacchi shop. The district of Trastevere, with many, many restaurants and night-spots, can be easily reached by foot or by bus. While we did not meet the owner, Anna Maria, she provided us with much useful information, including a list of bus numbers that stop across the street and some of the tourist sites each bus stops at. She had a colleague from Travel & Stay greet us at the apartment and show us how things worked. She also provided us with some restaurant suggestions that are nearby. One, Bucatino, was excellent and only a 5 minute walk! A supermarket is also within a 10 minute walk. There is a gelato shop 2 doors away! We really enjoyed our stay in Rome which was made all the more enjoyable by our stay at Casa Moarmorata! We highly recommend this cozy apartment, especially for those people who would prefer to stay in a more local and authentic Italian neighborhood.
Our time in Roma
What a lovely unique property. My mum and I came here for a 5 day vacation to go site seeing in Rome. The apartment was bright, spacious and clean. Perfect for the two of us. We enjoy walking and could walk to most of the major landmarks. We did get a bus to the Vatican, the bus stop was right outside the apartment which was great. All the people in the local cafes and shops were friendly and helped us out with what bus to catch and directions when we needed it. Felt very safe in the neighborhood. Would come back again.
Great place, great owner
Perfect place to stay. In a great location for being able to see all the major tourist attractions close by!
House Marmorata is located in the heart of old Rome: Testaccio, a neighborhood that has maintained over time its popular spirit difficult to find today in other locations in central Rome. It located at the foot of the Aventine, on the left bank of the Tiber a short distance from the Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum.
It 'a lively neighborhood, full of restaurants, pizzerias, wine bars, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Well served by public transport, you can reach:
-Directly From Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Fiumicino) with the city train.
(Get off at the Ostiense station is 500 meters from the house)
-in taxi (48 Euros from Fiumicino Airport, 30 Euros from Ciampino)
-in the subway (line B Piramide station 400 meters from the house)
With the subway you can reach in no time the main sights of the city and reach the last stop of the bus to Tivoli (Villa D'Este and Villa Adriana).
From the underground station Piramide Metro also Ostia Mare with which you can go either to the excavations of Ostia Antica and the sea in no time.
Via Marmorata, in front of the door of the house, you can take buses that reach all the major attractions of Rome:
⁃ 23 (Pyramid, Basilica of S. Paul Outside the Walls, Castle St. Angelo, Basilica of S. Pietro)
⁃ 3 (Trastevere, Pyramid, Circus Maximus, the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Basilica of S. John Lateran, the Villa Borghese, Bioparco)
⁃ 75 (Trastevere, Pyramid, Circus Maximus, the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Termini Station, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Monteverde, Gianicolo)
⁃ 83 (Pyramid, Mouth of Truth, Ara Coeli, PiazzaVenezia, Via del Corso, the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Parliament, Galleria Colonna, Via Veneto)
⁃ 170 (EUR, Piazza Venezia, Via Nazionale, Quirinale and Termini)
⁃ 30 (Ostiense station, Mouth of Truth, Piazza Venezia, Largo Argentina, Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Piazza Navona, Senate)
⁃ 280 (Pyramid, Tiber Island, Mouth of Truth, the Tiber, Castel Sant 'Angelo, Ara Pacis, Basilica of S. Pietro, Piazza Cavour, Olympic Stadium, Prati district)
⁃ 716 (Mouth of Truth, Teatro Marcello, Piazza Venezia and Via Ostiense Station, Basilica of S. Paul Outside the Walls, the Garbatella)
⁃ 673 (Piramide station and Via Ostiense, River Port, the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, the Aventino neighborhood, Circus Maximus, Baths of Caracalla, Basilica of S. John Lateran)
⁃ 130 (EUR)
On foot you can reach in no time Trastevere, the Jewish district, Campo de 'Fiori, the Circus Maximus, Caracalla, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Campidoglio, Piazza Venezia.
On Sunday you can walk to Porta Portese, the characteristic flea market in Rome.
To taste the real Roman cuisine you can choose from the many restaurants in the neighborhood:
By Felix The Scopettaro, Agustarello, Bucatino; Perilli, from Checchino, etc.
Great pizza is eaten by Remo or the New World, while in the famous wine Palombi and Divinare can taste excellent wines and beers.
If you prefer to cook at home you can go shopping in the historic and picturesque street market in Testaccio open every day or in many grocery stores and supermarkets are also open on holidays. In the famous gastronomy Volpetti or by Eataly, both close to home, you can also find many local specialties.