|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||1|
|Double sofa beds:||1|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Comfortable one bedroom apartment, housing up to five guests, situated east of the centre close to Rome’s ancient Porta Maggiore.
The lodging makes a fantastic retreat for a family or a group of friends seeking a break from the tourist crowds and a chance to experience Roman life in all its authentic charm. Warm, bright and fitted with all home comforts, the residence ensures a satisfying home away from home adventure. The living and dining area features a flatscreen TV, a double and single sofa-bed, and a dining table. The kitchen provides everything you need for home-cooking, including a dishwasher, oven, grill, hob, fridge, freezer, kettle and a coffee machine. A washing machine, iron and high speed W-Fi are also available for added convenience. The bedroom encourages a peaceful night’s sleep, housing a double bed and plenty of storage space. The bathroom contains a toilet, washbasin and shower. With its homely interior and rewarding location, the accommodation guarantees a memorable Rome stay.
In front of the door you can find the bus stop of line 105 to Termini Central station (10 min) and in 400mts you will find tram 3 to the Colosseum (15 min).
Located east of the capital’s bustling core, the apartment enjoys both easy admission to major attractions plus an authentic neighbourhood brimming with undiscovered treasures. The almost 2,000 year old Porta Maggiore, a monumental and incredibly well preserved archway, stands just 250 metres from your doorstep, alongside a vibrant transport hub, which ensures direct entrance to Rome’s most famous sights.
Plenty of cosy cafes and restaurants allow a break from home-cooking, with nearby highlights including the locals’ favourite and ever friendly Osteria La Sol Fa and the highly regarded gem of O’vino. The accommodation also enables swift access to the breathtaking Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, which is reachable on foot in just fifteen minutes and is an absolute must see for its endless architectural and artistic beauty.