A Gorgeous Large Flat in Trastevere with a Beautiful Terrace
Onofrio Flat is located in the center of Rome (in the old Rione Trastevere), between the Vatican and the historical center, at few minutes walking from Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, Campo de Fiori, St. Peter's, etc. The apartment can accommoda …
The apartment was very nice and the location was perfect-walking distance to all major attractions-Trevi fountain, Coloseum, Vatican. We booked 2 tours thru the flat and the guides met us at the flat-very convenient. We had asked for 2 fans and they were delivered in a timely manner-very accommodating. The steps after entering the gates to the apartment were not lite which made it difficult to enter the apartment-light bulbs were burnt out. The shower tiles were moldy which could be cleaned with a little bleach. Otherwise the apartment was perfect and met all of our needs for our stay in Rome.
My wife and I, two adult daughters, and a boyfriend stayed here for four nights in August. It is a terrific apartment--spacious, well-equipped, and cozy. It is also within walking distance of all the major attractions we wanted to see--the Vatican, Hadrian's Castle, the Forum, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps. And although it is not in a commercial neighborhood, the main street at the base of the stairs had a couple of caffes, markets, and shops that had convenient hours and met our immediate needs. We got in fairly late, and were directed to cross the nearby bridge over the Tiber, and there was a fine restaurant just on the other side, which was also near where we got our morning cappuccinos and croissants. Nicola and Tonnino were very responsive--met us at the apartment, helped us with a few issues that came up (e.g., power was out at the street for a couple of hours after we got there; and we had a temporary wi-fi connection that worked well, and Nicola made sure that we had enough "hours" paid on it for our use). The apartment is also about 10 minutes north of the Trastevere district, where we ate on our last night in Rome, and found it to be a very lively and fun area--very "bohemian," with apparently a lot of college-age students. We also cooked two dinners in the very well-equipped and comfortable kitchen. Although the apartment had only one true bedroom, there was ample sleeping area with the two living rooms and sofabeds (and the loft, which we did not use). We spent a fair amount of time sitting out on the patio, having something to eat or drink, or simply to read--it was private and quiet. The one downside to the apartment was that it is partially below street level, and the main bedroom/bathroom have no windows or real ventilation; the apartment stayed cool, but generally there was a lack of air movement. It was equipped with two dehumidifier units, but that didn't completely overcome the mustiness, particularly in the bedroom; one of our daughters, who has allergies, had a difficult time sleeping in the living room, with her sinuses very affected. So anyone visiting in the summer, with similar conditions, should be aware of this. It also requires hiking up two sets of stairs, which was not a problem for us (and was fairly charming), but could be a problem for elderly visitors or those with disabilities. Other than that, the flat was a very good place to stay, and we would recommend it to visitors to Rome.
we (a family of 3 teenagers age 16,14,12 and parents) stayed in the appartment the first week of May and had a great time. It was really great to have breakfast outside on the terrace in the sun in the morning. One morning it was raining and we had breakfast inside in the nice decorated kitchen. The whole appartment is very cosy and well equiped. All interesting places are within a walking distance and I really can recommendate this appartment.
Apartment is built right into the hillside with great terrace. Lots of steps, which we liked. Clean, nicely furnished. Lots of room. Good functional kitchen, great stove, etc.
Dimora Di Roma A comfortable apartment located in the area of Tiburtina, in the centre of Rome. There is an underground station just a few meters away, which enables you to quickly and directly reach the historical centre of Rome and all its highlights. There are also plenty of buses running towards the centre, both on day and night times.
The apartment includes two separate bedrooms, one bathroom, one kitchen and a small living-room. It is a good quality apartment which will suit groups of friends or a family, from 2 to 5 people.
The Tiburtina district is a dynamic and up and coming district. There is a supermarket on the corner of the street, as well as a number of cafes, restaurants, grocery shops or even sport centers within a radius of from 5 to 10 minutes walk. The street of the apartment is a quiet one. Should you come by car, you will have the possibility to park in the street (paying or not paying, depending on the availability of moment) or to put your car in the nearby garage (15 Eur/night, upon previous request).
Situated in Rome, this 1 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 3 guests and starts at just EUR 133 per night.
The accommodation is 40 sqm. It is located on the 5th floor. The building has an elevator.
It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed / futon and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens and towels are included.
Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a microwave, an oven, a toaster, and a kettle / water-boiler. The property has parking / a garage. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player, a TV, and books.
This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted.
2 guests have been welcomed to this property.
Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
The apartment was very nice and the location was perfect-walking distance to all major attractions-Trevi fountain, Coloseum, Vatican. We booked 2 tours thru the flat and the guides met us at the flat-very convenient.. ”
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