|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
This large apartment is located on the third floor of a period building in the city historic center, just two blocks away from Piazza di Spagna and can host up to 8 people. It is arranged over two floors: on the first floor there are three double bedrooms (two with double beds and one with twin beds) and three bathrooms (two with Jacuzzi); on the second floor, there is an airy living space with dining area and one double sofa bed, a modern and fully-equipped kitchen and a sunny well-furnished terrace. Wonderfully presented, the apartment offers many characteristic elements such as the beamed ceilings and cotto floor tiles as well as modern comforts such as the Jacuzzi (bath-tub and shower), TV, Wi-Fi internet connection and washing machine. In the living room there is also a piano for music lovers. The property is bright and with a superb quiet location: with a short walk you can reach easily Piazza del Popolo, Fontana di Trevi and the Pantheon and there is a metro station nearby. Just down the road you will find many convenient stores, shops and restaurants. This is the ideal place for a large family looking for a comfortable and ample accommodation.
Spanish Steps - 1 min
Trevi Fountain - 3 min
Pantheon - 5 min
Piazza Navona - 8 min
Campo de Fiori - 10 min
Piazza Farnese - 10 min
Trastevere - 15 min
Vatican - 15 min
Mouth of Truth - 20 min
Colosseum - 20 min
Imperial Forums - 20 min
You are really paying for the location, and the location really is that good. As billed, you are steps from the Spanish Steps. Rome was chilly when we were there(mid April) and the apartment was chilly and I don't believe the heat was on or working. In addition, tough to get hot water enough for any kind of shower. We have travelled a lot in Europe and I realize this is the norm, not the exception, but even by those standards it was weak. The apartment is definitely a little dingy and dated, but again, you are paying for the location, so if you plan to be out all day the decor is really not that important. Very reliable Wifi, so if you have teenage kids or need a good connection for work, this is important. The stairs are formidable. Consider this if anyone in your group is elderly, or is limited from arthritis or obesity.
Overall, we had a nice stay. Location of the flat is great for visiting Rome's attractions. The flat itself is quite old/dated - photos are deceptive. The building has no elevator and LOTS of stairs, both to get to the apartment but also inside the flat. I would not recommend it to the families with children.
This apartment is amazing! It was conveniently located, clean, comfortable, and well-appointed. The rooms were spacious and the terrace was fantastic. We are a family of 6 and would stay there again. It was especially nice to have AC and 4 bathrooms. We had a good experience with WeekeyRentals , the staff was very helpful and nice.
The stay was perfectly organized and the whole booking process was really easy. Massimo was very welcoming, he explained everything to us in the beginning and even gave us some good restaurant tips in the area. The apartment itself is great, spacious and comfortable, everything you need can be found. The apartment is also very bright, on the third floor of a beautiful period building.There is a nice terrace, we didn't use it much since it was cold but when the temperature is warm it is perfect! It was great to see all locations, it is really central, close to the Spanish steps. We could walk to every sight and even walked back at night. We really enjoyed our stay in Rome and would recommend the apartment.
Les escaliers un peu trop raides.
L'appartement supporterait un bon rafraîchissement.
Contents de notre séjour en famille.
El apartamento está muy bien ubicado, en todo en centro de Roma.
Es espacioso, cuenta con 3 habitaciones con baño en la parte de abajo (sólo en una de ellas funcionaba el aire acondicionado) y un baño en el pasillo (el cual nos dijeron que no utilizásemos porque se salía la cisterna).
En la Parte superior, una pequeña cocina (con los muebles no en muy buen estado), un lavavajillas que estaba roto y la cocina de gas, en la que solo funcionaba 1 de 4.
La parte de salón, abuhardillada en la que nos abrieron el sofá cama y una cama supletoria pero no funcionaba el aire acondicionado y la temperatura ambiente era de 35º así que imposible dormir arriba. Tenía una mesa grande con 8 sillas (y nosotros eramos 9)
Eramos 9 personas, 5 niños y 4 mayores y al final tuvimos que bajar los colchones a la habitación del aire acondicionado y allí dormían los 5 niños.
la terraza es bonita, con un gran mesa y 4 butacones de madera (de los que 2 estaban rotos)
Es una pena que un apartamento que no es barato y que es muy bonito esté en mal estado y la contestación que nos dieron cuando nos quejamos al momento no fue la más acertada. Espero que lo reformen.
You are in the heart of ancient Rome, a few minutes from the most important monuments of the Eternal City. The apartment is located in Via della Vite, a few steps from the famous Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps). The elegance is without a doubt the main feature of the square. It is no coincidence in the three Vie Trident (Via del Corso, Via del Babbuino and Via di Ripetta) are concentrated stores of the most famous and exclusive designer labels. Piazza di Spagna, the framework offered by the ocher-colored buildings, Bernini's fountain and staircase on which stands the church Trinita dei Monti help to create a refined and eighteenth century. Former home of famous poets such as John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley, the square is now a cultural heritage of inestimable value. Located at the foot of the hill of the Pincio, Piazza di Spagna has always been the center of cultural life and tourism in the city of Rome. Nearby, Piazza del Popolo is definitely one of the most famous in the world. The twin churches of Santa Maria Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, the Obelisco Flaminio (the oldest and the second highest of Rome), and the two fountains of Valadier help to create a charming atmosphere. And, yet, the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, built on the burial site of Emperor Nero, and his damned soul, and adjacent premises, which have become an integral part of the square and once frequented by people dear to the history of Rome as trilussa, Guttuso and Pasolini make Piazza del Popolo the cultural symbol of the 'Roman'. From here it is an easy walk to the Trevi Fountain. Before you get away do not forget to throw a coin into the fountain, you will ensure the return to the Eternal City. If you are in search of true love, perhaps of Italian nationality, throw then a second, a third, finally, to be sure to get married soon…