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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 Piazza di Spagna reviews

  • Excellent Roman apartment

    "What a great stay we had. The hostess communication before and during our stay was most helpful. Also, she was so pleasant when meeting us and showing the apartment. The apartment was large, very clean and well stocked, like home. The area it is in was perfect, close enough to walk to the colluseum, yet we felt like locals. Lots of great restaurants, bars, sites and shopping near by. Highly recommended."
    Guest: Guirewick Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 22, 2016
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  • Nice Main Floor + Lower Level Apartment in Trastevere

    "This apartment was in the perfect location for us - within walking distance to the American University in Rome where my son is going to school. Also within walking distance to everything Trastevere plus many, many venues just across the river. 40-minute walk to the Vatican. There are two bedrooms on the lower level as well as a double bed in the larger hall space outside the master. When the bedroom doors are closed, it is pitch black, so be sure to bring an alarm clock. I slept until 10:00 a.m. which I haven't done in thirty years. The kitchen has a nice refrigerator, microwave, small oven. We didn't do any cooking, but we did use glassware and re-heated leftovers in the microwave. Who wants to cook on vacation? Especially when in Rome where food is delish! I have only a couple of criticisms, some minor, one more major. The sofa in living room sucks. It's uncomfortable and caves in the middle. It's a hide-a-bed, but it's seen better days. The sofa in the 2nd bedroom should be moved to the living room. The other seats in the living room are just tiny ottomans, so there's really no where to sit with friends and enjoy a glass of wine. We made do, but I would overhaul the living room making it more comfortable if it were up to me. The other little things were the bathroom doorknob that fell off immediately so we just put it on the bathroom counter and didn't shut the door; the cork screw in the kitchen (the only one) had no screw in it. It was one of those with the two arms - very common. But there was no screw part of it so we just tossed it and let the manager know. There is no lamp in the living room, so for lighting you get interrogation lights or darkness. A lamp would be nice. The shelf in the shower is mounted in the middle and tips like a teeter-totter - useless. I put a colander from the kitchen in the shower and put shampoo, rinse, and soap in it.The website said there is a washer, but it has been disconnected, so be advised that THERE IS NO WASHER. I think this apartment is very nice in most ways and the negatives were not deal-breakers. The only reason I might not stay here again is that the bathroom is on the main floor and the bedrooms are down, so climbing the stairs at 3:00 a.m. is your only choice if you need to use the loo."
    Guest: Casey Q. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 27, 2016
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  • WOW!

    "Wow! That's the first word that comes to mind after our recent experience staying in Rome. This was our first time using VRBO to find an apartment to stay in. I can't say enough positive things about our experience. The group that managed the apartment, Habitat Italy was fantastic. They assisted with every detail, arranging for car service to and from the airport and anywhere else we wanted to go with just a simple call, text, or email, Fernando took care of everything for us. We had a beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment for our family of 6. We stayed right in the heart of Campo de' Fiori. Our apartment had so much character, not hard as it was built in the 1500's! Everything was updated and we were even able to host our daughter and her college friends studying in Rome for the year for dinner. If ever back in Rome, I can't imagine staying in a better location than Campo de' Fiori or in the apartment we were in. All of our kids said this was the best vacation and trip ever. Thank you Fernando, thank you to Masimo our driver, and thank you Habitat Italy for taking care of every detail. We would recommend your team to everyone. Grazie Mille!!"
    Guest: Fred A. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 1, 2017
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  • Who Wouldn't Want to Stay Here?

    "Spacious, clean, and quite. Oh, and a block and a half from the Colosseum. The apartment was as described and pictured. We enjoyed coming home to this lovely environment at the end of many hours touring the sights of Rome. Our host, Cris, provided everything we needed to have a comfortable stay. His binder filled with restaurant suggestions was very helpful as was the information provided regarding the local grocery stores and banks. We would stay here the next time we are in Rome and will happily recommend the apartment to friends. P.S. We also took advantage of the transportation service from and to the airport and were very happy we did."
    Guest: Sandra Berggren Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 28, 2017
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