This apartment can easily be configured for one, two or three tenants. The large living room has a pull-out sofa and antique bureau with lots of storage space. The spacious bathroom features a soaking tub and period blue tile. The eat-in kitchen is enormous and equipped with a 4-burner stovetop, oven, washing machine, large-size refrigerator and plenty of counter space to prepare delicious Italian meals. This apartment is located on one of the most photographed streets in Trastevere.
Originally a two-bedroom apartment, the apartment has a shared entry with the office space next door. Upon entering, the apartment splits into two different areas, the office and the one-bedroom (URL HIDDEN) is a separate door and key to access the apartment.
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The entry is shared with an office next door.
Check out is at 11:00AM
A 25 EURO check-in fee will be assessed for any weekend arrivals or for check-in after 7:00 PM, Monday-Friday. A 15 EURO check-in fee for Holidays.
A 50 EURO check-in fee will be assessed for arrivals after 10:30 PM, any day of the week.
3.50 EURO per person, per night city tax will be collected at time of check-in. Please have exact change.
To remain in compliance with Italian laws, you will be asked to provide a copy of the passport of each guest, including children, and to sign a touristic lease contract.
For Your Safety:
1. Always keep the main entrance door and your apartment door closed and locked. Please note, that in many Roman apartments you must turn the key several times to set the deadbolt and secure the door. Take a moment to review the door and lock of your individual apartment.
2. Close and lock the shutters and/or windows when you are not in the apartment. Turn off lights, heaters and air conditioning when the apartment is not occupied.
3. Italians respect quiet hours from 10:00 PM – 8:00 AM. Please be considerate by not slamming doors or speaking loudly in the halls of the apartment building. Avoid disturbing your neighbors.
4. Secure all valuable items before leaving the apartment. When traveling around Rome, be aware of your surroundings and keep your personal items close to your body.
5.Enjoy your stay in Rome
Your host will greet you at the apartment and provide a brief orientation to your new home and the neighborhood. They will be available to assist with dining recommendations and reservations, provide ideas for unique experiences, the printing and acquisition of tickets or boarding passes and for 24 hour emergency support.
Hello there I am Sinead. I have been living in Rome for about a year. I love just about everything to do with with Rome and thoroughly enjoy living here and exploring all of what Italy has to offer. I grew up in New England in The United States, and most recently was living in San Francisco before I took the journey abroad. I love traveling and learning about new places and cultures!
Rome is a fantastic city with so much to offer and see. I look forward to sharing my experience with you, by offering advice on restaurant recommendations sights to see and much more! I hope to have the chance to share my new city of Rome with you!