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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Navona reviews

  • A little palace!

    "This is the cutest place! Lots and lots of ornate details and trompe- l'oeil painting on ceilings and walls! Antique furniture and marble bath sink round out the features! Riccardo was very friendly and helpful! The housekeeper is very, very sweet! We enjoyed our stay and felt the location was very central to all the different areas we wanted to visit!"
    Guest: Carrie C. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: April 1, 2017
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  • Extraordinarily charming apartment in the heart of the historic center

    "This apartment is extremely tastefully furnished with many Italian antiques, paintings and books. One really feels in Rome! It couldn't be in a better location, steps from the Campo di Fiori where one can buy fresh produce daily. I was welcome by Carlo who showed me all there was to know about the place. He took excellent care of the issues when they arose: heat problem and request for a change of bedding. The daily housekeeping was impeccable. The stairs are a real challenge and the place is not suited for anyone with physical restrictions. The third bedroom does not have a window. I would absolutely want to go back! Thank you Carlo and family."
    Guest: Isabelle A. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 17, 2017
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  • Great deal, nice apartment, unbeatable location

    "The first thing to know about this apartment is that the location is unbeatable. Via Giulia is short walking distance from so many of the highlights of historic Rome, close to countless excellent restaurants, easy access to transit if/when necessary - yet small and quiet enough that street noise is rarely an issue. The apartment is three floors up - a bit of a hike (there's no elevator, this is a 16th-century building), but you get used to it. It's secure, reasonably quiet (especially when the window shutters are closed), comfortable, surprisingly large. Basically one bedroom with a small staircase in the bedroom leading to a "mezzanine" (loft) - a semi-separate sleeping area with a couple of single beds, most suitable for kids. Beds were very comfortable, we all slept well. Living room is spacious, although a bit under-furnished. Kitchen is large, with full-sized table for dining, and well-equipped. Bathroom is a bit dated, and only has a shower, no tub - but hey, it's a bathroom, it serves its basic purposes adequately. Wifi was temperamental, needed re-setting constantly, but we didn't go to Rome for the Internet connection. In sum, this is a roomy, comfortable apartment, not luxurious (though it easily could be, with a bit of upgraded furnishings), but very pleasant - and the price is fantastic, considering the prime location and the size of the space. And the agency that manages the property, Charme Holidays, is a joy to work with - very professional, very helpful, great communications, no unhappy surprises. We'd be happy to stay here again, and to rent from Charme again."
    Guest: David P. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: April 11, 2017
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  • Great apartment centrally located in Rome

    "We stayed for 3 nights in the beginning of April. Angelo was very informative, helpful, friendly and made himself available for any needs we may have had. The apartment is centrally located. It's clean, the bed was very comfortable and provides ample space for a short stay in Rome. Campo di Fiori is right around the corner. An awesome bakery and cafe is located right near the apartment and was a great way to start off our day. We are looking forward to our next trip to Rome and stay here. Thank you Angelo!"
    Guest: Acacia D. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 22, 2017
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