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- About The Experience
Shops, restaurants, and pizzerias as well as the world-famous Vatican within walking distance of this Rome apartment. A couple or a small family will find this a modern and pleasing place to relax after day trips around the city.
- Location Description
The apartment is within walking distance of the Vatican. Below St Peter’s Square is the Piazza Risorgimento, the heart of the neighborhood. Filled with long stone benches, flower beds, and palm trees, the square is a nice place to stroll. Nearby are shops, restaurants, gelato stands, and markets as well as plenty of public transportation. The nearest metro stops is Ottaviano.
Nearby Attractions: Vatican City is known for its impressive museums, St. Peter’s Basilica and beautiful gardens. Explore a little to the north of the Vatican, however, and you'll find Prati neighborhood, known for the Mercato Trionfale and Flower Markets. Freshly made pasta, delicious cheese and locally grown produce will keep your eyes and stomach delightfully satisfied. The Borgo neighborhood, just outside the Vatican’s walls, offers medieval charm in a peaceful residential setting.
Ottaviano metro station: 350 m/1148 ft
Vatican: Within walking distance
- Exterior Description
This apartment is situated on the fifth floor of a building with an elevator. The building has a courtyard with plants and palm trees.
- Interior Description
(85 m2/914 ft2)
Fifth Floor (with elevator): There is a living room with a couch, two armchairs (which can each be turned into single beds), and a TV (local channels only). A dining table with chairs is right behind the couch. The kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, coffee maker, toaster, and dishwasher. There is one bedroom with a queen-size (160 cm) bed and one bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower.
- Features Description
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash.
- Housekeeping: Upon request
- Transfer Service: Upon request
Features and Amenities
- American Coffee Maker
- Hair Dryer
- Iron and Board
- Washing Machine
- Housekeeping Available - Extra Cost
Please note: Official Arrival Times:
- No security deposit is required. However, the client will be liable for any extra charges incurred during the stay, or accidental damages to the property.
- Final Cleaning Charge (Mandatory, Payable Upon Arrival): 65 EUR
- Heating (in Italy): Allowed by law from November 1 - April 1; some exceptions for extreme weather
- UPON ARRIVAL, RENTERS MUST PROVIDE A PHOTOCOPY OF EACH TRAVELER’S PASSPORT AND SIGN A FORM FOR THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES.
- Tourist Tax (Payable upon Arrival): 1-5 Euros per person per day
- Arrivals from 6:00PM to 8:00PM - €20; Arrivals from 8:00PM to 10:00PM or on Sundays or Public holidays - €35.
- Departure Time: 11:00 am
* These prices and conditions may change based on your arrival date and length of stay. For exact conditions, please click on the View Availability button, enter your dates, and then click on View Pricing and Conditions.
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Based on 3 Reviews
Peace and Quiet
Easy in and out, great property manager, good location with nice restaurant next door, breakfast across street and market just 2 blocks.
Not the property but least liked in Rome is how difficult it is to get a taxi.
Near to Vatican and everything we needed close by.
Tips or Restaurants:
Good restaurant right next door and Pizzeria da Baffetto across the Tiber near Piazza Navona.
Just get a cab. But it will be 55. Do not drive in Rome. We picked car up near Apt. and got out quickly for Tuscany.
Check In Out:
No. All was fine.
The apartment is bright and airy. We have been to Rome several times and try to rent in a different location each time. This was our first stay in the Vatican area. There are restaurants and stores nearby but, aside from its proximity to the Vatican, you need to take a bus or Metro to most of the other sites in the city, both of which are nearby.
The courtyard was lovely.
It just has minor annoyances common to Italian apartments: no waste basket in the bedroom, no toilet paper holder, no place to hang towels in the bathroom. I'm very tall and the kitchen cabinets were so high that even I had a problem getting dishes from them.
We didn't spend much time in the area since we have been to the Vatican twice, and preferred to spend time visiting those sites we hadn't been to before.
Tips or Restaurants:
The apartment is reasonably well equipped. The restaurant just next door to the building offers good food at reasonable prices.
Check In Out:
Rosie was pleasant and helpful.
Mary Lou, May
The location was outstanding. We felt very safe. Just 2 blocks from the Vatican and a fantastic pizza and gelato place just across the street. Also very close to the metro which will take you anywhere in the city.
One of the most fun things we did each day is to walk to the market just 2 blocks away and get fresh fruits and vegetables. The Italians were so friendly and helpful and even though none of us could speak each other's language, we communicated and enjoyed such fresh produce. You can even purchase wine if you bring your own container for 1.67 euros per liter!
No air conditioning but we were provided with 2 fans which made sleeping easy with the windows opened.
Carol , June