This cute one bedroom, ground floor apartment is located in the Monti neighborhood, on one of the most charming streets in Rome.
Check in time: 2:00pm - 7pm Check out time: Before 10:30am
If you plan on arriving 7pm - 10pm, there is a surcharge of 20 Euros. After 10pm the surcharge is 50 Euros. If you would like to stay beyond checkout time there is a surcharge of 50 Euros.
The apartment is located on the ground floor of a 17th century building and has its own private entrance. The apartment is made up of a large open living area and dining area. This bright and airy space is separated from the fully equipped kitchen by a large butcher block island.
The entire flat was recently remolded and is paved with oak boards. An entire wall of books, framed artwork and vintage objects makes it a cozy, inviting and uniquely charming place to stay. The kitchen, although not large, has been equipped with professional cooking in mind.
The bedroom is reached through an archway and is furnished with a comfortable queen sized bed, and a large armoire. The bedroom, which is located in the back of the flat, is extremely quite. Although it does not have an external window, it is fully ventilated.
The bathroom, which is fully tiled in Carrara marble, contains a large glassed in shower stall with downpour head.
Disponible para huéspedes
The entire flat is yours!
Atención a los huéspedes
I'll be happy to help you with anything you need during your stay. Either I or one of my family members will be meeting you and since we live upstairs, we are always available.
Otros aspectos destacables
This flat is located on one of the most photographed streets in Rome. It's exactly what you imagine when you think of Rome: cobblestones, geraniums in the windows, hanging vines. In fact, this is where Wood Alley filmed many of the scenes in From Rome with Love.
I'm a Rome-based American writer, with two daughters, a husband and a very cute dog. I write about all the good stuff (interior design, architecture, food, travel, shopping, drinking, ) and have a popular blog. I'm also the author of six books on culture and design, and three best selling travel apps.