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Recent Navona reviews

  • Loved Rome! Property in great location.

    "The owners arranged transportation from the airport, met us at the apartment- basically treated us like family! We would rent it again in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Jeffrey U. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 15, 2017
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  • Perfect Location to Visit Rome

    "This flat is in an outstanding location. All of the major tourist sites are only a 20 minute walk away. Furthermore, there are lots of great shops and restaurants only steps away from the front door. You can also stop in at the Campo de' Fiori market which is open daily until 3:30 to stock up on fresh food. Multiple supermarkets only 3 to 4 blocks away. The flat itself is very comfortable. It has three bedrooms. There is a closet that could be a fourth bedroom in a pinch. It has 3 very nice bathrooms. Galley kitchen is small but functional. A few items of note. I don't consider these negatives. However some travelers might. There is an elevator that takes you part of the way to the apartment. After the elevator, there is a flight of steps to reach the apartment. Ceiling in the kitchen is very low. Easy to bump your head. One of the bedrooms is a loft that you must access via a short ladder. I think this place is a great value. I would rent it again if I was going to Rome. Communication with the owner is great. Very prompt in returning emails. The property managers in the city (we met 2 of them) were great. They were professional and very helpful. Both property managers spoke excellent English. We had the owner arrange transport to and from the airport. Both trips went off without a hitch. The drivers were very nice. Our departure required us to leave the flat at 5:15 AM. We were a little concerned about the driving being there on time. However he was there and waiting at the appointed hour. Overall I doubt you can find a better place for the price if you are visiting Rome."
    Guest: NY Family Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 22, 2017
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  • just a perfect week in Rome

    "We have just come home after a perfect week in this apartment. It is beautifully located near the Vatican, but in a quiet street. There is a little supermarket about a minute away, as well as coffee shops and banks etc. The apartment had everything we could possibly need, and there were even "goodies" for us to snack on after our arrival. We were absolutely thrilled with this place - it was above any expectation."
    Guest: Michael T. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 17, 2016
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  • Wonderful apartment if you aren't one of those "picky" travelers

    "If you're one of those people who must have everything just perfect, this isn't the place for you. The first thing the host did was take us out to the parking area in back and show us where the electrical breaker boxes were in case our electricity went out. Not a particularly reassuring start, but we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in spite of the peculiarities. The only time the electricity went out was when we were up at 3:00 a.m. getting ready to take our niece to the airport. Lights were on in both bedrooms, both bathrooms, the kitchen, and the oven was warming some pastries when my wife plugged in the iron. Suddenly we were in total darkness. A three minute trip to the parking area and power was restored. We learned to turn off lights when leaving the room. This apartment is in an old building on an historic street in the heart of Rome. Via Giulia is a narrow, cobblestone street with a history going back to the 1500's. It's an easy and enjoyable walk to all of the key tourist sites. There is a modern elevator to get your bags up to the third floor, and the building is extra secure with large doors that close off the entryway from the street and another locked door to access the interior of the building. The rooms are large, bright and have high ceilings. Floor fans were provided to keep the air moving, but we opened the windows and had a wonderful cross breeze throughout the apartment (we were there September 29 to October 8). The bedrooms had their own air conditioner units, but we didn't use them much. There is a beautiful church right across the street and a hotel with a five-star restaurant. Down the street a few blocks was a music academy. It really made our day when we heard people singing opera as we walked this wonderful old street. The kitchen is well equipped, but a microwave would have been a nice addition. A clothes washer and drying rack were welcome as we were there for nine days. If we were going to return to Rome, we certainly would stay here again, but as I said, if you can't handle the quirks of an old building's electrical system, go somewhere else."
    Guest: Honeymooner Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 13, 2016
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