Rome Apartment #639
Colosseo, Gios Home
Check-out before 10:00.
Comfortable apartment set in one of the oldest part of Rome, walking distance from the Coliseum, close from transports that will allow you to reach the other parts of the city, close from shops and restaurants.
60m2 apartment set on the 1st floor without elevator is composed of :
With full sofa bed (can sleep two but it's not double), coffee table, bookshelves, TV and DVD player, table and chairs, windows;
Fully equiped with gas stove, fridge and freezer, microwave, washing machine, ventilation system, cupboards and utensils;
With king size bed, bedside tables, wardrobe, chair, AC ;
With shower, sink, bidet, wc, window;
Central heating, AC; washing machine, microwave, TV & DVD player, no elevator.
Please Note: the bed for the 5th person is a pull out from Ikea
Two hundred meters from the Colosseum, Roman Forum, the Trajan's Market, one of the most charming streets of the historic district of Monti, The apartment is a bright first floor in Via dei Serpenti 133. Inserted in a setting that embraces the most scenic areas of the city and the convenience of a neighborhood served by bus and subway, The apartment is a convenient solution for all types of holiday in Rome.
An accessible first floor overlooking the historic houses of the neighborhood and within walking distance from the lively Piazza Madonna dei Monti and the home of the unforgettable director Mario Monicelli, The apartment has a dining room and living room with sofa bed and TV, on the beautiful street via dei Serpenti. The entrance, kitchen, bedroom and two bathrooms, overlooking a quiet courtyard. The simple lines of furniture - white and black like a drawing - enhance the restructuring that brings the story to the fidelity of the building. In more than 60 square meters each solution for comfort: refrigerator, microwave oven and grill, washing machine, TV, kitchen, two bathrooms, double bed and comfortable sofa bed for two, four seasons wardrobe.
Strategic position in terms of culture and entertainment, The apartment also has several options when traveling. Under the house there is a stop 117, which leads to Piazza del Popolo (with a stop in Via Nazionale, Piazza Venezia, Piazza di Spagna). A hundred meters underground station B (Cavour), two hundred meters away on the subway at the National Square of the Republic (A). In addition to seal the choice: the colors of the Monti district, shops, libraries, Via Nazionale, the Opera House, the National Roman Museum, the Exhibition Palace, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Via Cavour, and in ten minutes ... walk you can reach the Trevi Fountain. In short, just go down and you are immersed in a Rome Special, real and living. Do not miss.
Gio's Home is on Facebook too.
Marvellouse room in the center of Roma!!! Very nice, clean and cozy appartment!!!
Sure we would like to get in touch with You in our future trips!!!
We were very glad to meet your company! Really!
THANK YOU !!!
Hello Artur, are Gio, the owner. I'm sorry you've found the house dirty, I think it is really the first time this has happened. I will also try to understand what happened. I'm sorry because usually all my guests had positive comments. Thanks anyway for the comment and reporting, very important to me. Thu
Danke der Nachfrage.
Die Wohnung ist sehr schön , der Aufenthalt war sehr angenehm.
Noch ein paar kleine konstruktive Verbesserungsvorschläge:
1. Geschirrspültücher wären gut, ebenso wie
2. Handtuchhalter im Bad und
3. Wäscheklammern um Wäsche aufhängen zu können.
Ansonsten alles wunderbar.
The apartment had several things in its favor: the location is excellent, right next to a fountain which has a lot of atmosphere, especially in the evenings when people collect around it for a glass of wine or beer. The street itself has little shops selling everything from grocery, wine, cheese, gelatos and breaks/cakes. There are a couple of good eating places close by too, in the streets behind. The via Cavour metro station is close-by (which came in handy when we had to go to the Vatican). Most of the ancient city is within 2 kms of walking - which we prefered doing to taking a bus.
The apartment itself was spotlessly clean. Enough kitchenware and plates. It was good to have a electric kettle and microwave too. A couple of wine glasses would have been good though. :)
The key holder spoke English and arrived on time to welcome us in. We also appreciated the encrypted wifi network which had good bandwidth. Lighting in the rooms were good too.
On one minor downside, on colder days (when you are not allowed to use the heater in Rome), the rooms can get chilly, since they don't get sunlight. But this can be a positive during the warmer days.
Overall, I would highly recommend this apartment to a small family who intend to live here for a week or two, cook a few times and want to walk around the ancient city.
The apartment is spotless and the owner seems to take great care to the details.
Unfortunately, our first impressions were not good. We were "confronted" by the welcomer. We felt that we were more like intruders and did not feel welcome. In fact the word "welcome" was not once used. The hallway is dark and not clean. The apartment is on the first floor and the bedroom is well located at the rear of the apartment away from the noise of the street.
We had to insist on having a change of sheets while we were there. Likewise only hand towels were provided. Later, the sheets and towels were brought, but it was insisted that this was really exceptional and we should email our gratitude to the owner.
Our questions regarding keys, wi-fi, security were not dealt with well. We thought it best not to ask any more.
Overall, we had a wonderful holiday from this apartment. Too bad it got off to a bad start.