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In Rome, there’s a tendency for hosts to put less effort into their interiors the more central their home is. The logic says that people will come anyway. And for the most part, they're right. However, this is absolutely not the case with this stunning apartment. It might be on one of the most beautiful streets in the city, but you can tell how much care your host, Giacomo, has put into the design – both from an aesthetic perspective and a practical one. These are small things, like choosing materials that are easy to maintain but keep a bit of character. The brick fireplace is probably the best example of this, but we're also big fans of the elegant simplicity of the minimalist, black kitchen. Step out onto the quaint cobbled street outside your home, and you'll find yourself within walking distance of many of Rome's headline sights. Head west over the River Tiber, and within fifteen minutes, you'll be gazing upon Vatican City, the awe-inspiring capital of Christianity. Closer to home, you're a mere five-minute walk from Piazza Navona. The picturesque square buzzes with activity at all hours of the day and night.


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What to expect


Highlights

Marvel at the stunning Piazza Navona – this baroque masterpiece is packed with lively cafes and vibrant bars just 500m away

Marvel at the stunning Piazza Navona – this baroque masterpiece is packed with lively cafes and vibrant bars just 500m away

Set off on a Sunday passeggiata along Via Giulia – this charming Roman street is lined with beautiful churches, renaissance palazzi and upmarket boutiques

Set off on a Sunday passeggiata along Via Giulia – this charming Roman street is lined with beautiful churches, renaissance palazzi and upmarket boutiques

Spend cosy evenings by the fireplace – light atmospheric candles or set a log fire to warm up on winter evenings

Spend cosy evenings by the fireplace – light atmospheric candles or set a log fire to warm up on winter evenings

Spark your culinary creativity in the stylish kitchen, with its monolithic minimalist design

Spark your culinary creativity in the stylish kitchen, with its monolithic minimalist design

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Home truths

    The entrance to the building is slightly confusing – don't be put off by the fact it looks like there's only the entrance to the shop

    If you're a soft mattress sort of person, it's worth noting that this one is quite firm

    There's enough crockery and cutlery for four people but no extra

    Child-friendly amenities such as a cot are available upon request

    The building doesn't have a lift – you'll have to climb around twenty steps to reach the front door

    Two people will be on a sofa bed in the living room

    Depending on preference, you might not find the hot water to be hot enough here

    Because of the old pipework in the building, sometimes an odour may protrude from the shower drain

About this stay


Amenities

Laptop friendly workspace

Wi-fi

Air conditioning

Pets allowed

Parking available

Washing machine

Bedrooms & bathrooms

1 bedroom, 1 bed

2 bathrooms

Extras


VIP services

Airport pick up

Arrange a chef

Baby sitting

Cab booking

Daily cleaning

Fridge fills

Laundry and dry cleaning

Massage

Restaurant reservations

Tickets and experience booking

Additional fees

  • Though you're unlikely to need a car, it's worth noting that there is only paid parking off premises

Additional fees subject to a 3.5% handling charge.

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

Local guide


About Navona

Stretching from Piazza Navona to the river, the area is one of the most atmospheric in the city. The Piazza, with its Bernini statues and Borromini church, is the main draw, but there are any number of golden palazzos, many with inner courtyards to explore. The area is sliced in two by Corso Vittorio Emmanuele, one of Rome's most frenetic roads, but you can dive down the nearest sides street...

Explore the area

Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Clink glasses at Cul de Sac

Clink glasses at Cul de Sac

This small wine bar and bistrot has an encyclopaedic wine list and serves an eclectic menu until midnight. The tables on the piazza are the best.

6 min
Indulge in people watching at Bar del Fico

Indulge in people watching at Bar del Fico

This old school bar is enjoyed by both the young crowd and the seasoned locals who enjoy the shade of the fig tree.

5 min
Pick up supplies at Mercato Campo de' Fiori

Pick up supplies at Mercato Campo de' Fiori

A square that used to be site of public executions for centuries, it now boasts a historic market.

9 min
See an exhibition at Chiostro del Bramante

See an exhibition at Chiostro del Bramante

It hosts many remarkable exhibitions, but the cloisters themselves are also remarkable. The mezzanine boasts Raphael’s fresco Le Sibille.

6 min
World-famous coffee at Sant’Eustachio il Caffe

World-famous coffee at Sant’Eustachio il Caffe

A bastion of gourmet coffee since 1938, their brews are prepared following a secret recipe using beans roasted in-house.

10 min
Delve into an ancient prison at Castel Sant’Angelo

Delve into an ancient prison at Castel Sant’Angelo

Originally a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian, it became a papal fortress, and then a military prison, and now hosts a museum.

9 min
Visit a circus-themed bar at Barnum Cafe

Visit a circus-themed bar at Barnum Cafe

Right by Campo de' Fiori, this local favourite offers some of the best cocktails in Rome and a great aperitivo buffet.

6 min
Indulge in Two Sizes' Heavenly Tiramisu

Indulge in Two Sizes' Heavenly Tiramisu

Cosy bakery store offering a range of 5 flavours of heavenly tiramisu in both large and small portions. Perfectly creamy and rich, with options for alcohol-free variations. A must-try for tiramisu lovers!

6 min
Dine at Osteria da Fortunata

Dine at Osteria da Fortunata

Enjoy organic recipes and handmade pasta in this popular, down-to-earth restaurant in Rome. Experience delicious dishes, friendly staff, and fair queuing system.

8 min
Explore the stunning Parco della Mole Adriana

Explore the stunning Parco della Mole Adriana

Discover the beautiful 12-acre park surrounding a castle, offering amazing views, tranquil gardens, and interesting historical features. A perfect spot for a leisurely stroll and peaceful escape from the bustling city.

9 min
Take in the magnificence of St. Angelo Bridge

Take in the magnificence of St. Angelo Bridge

A stunning 1900+ year old bridge adorned with angel sculptures, offering breathtaking views of Vatican and Basilica of Ambrose and Charles. A postcard-worthy experience of living history.

4 min

Get around

Airport

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino

34 min

Train station

Flaminio

10 min

Subway station

Lepanto

13 min

Bus stop

Acciaioli

4 min

Local shops & services

Convenience store

11 min

Cafe

12 min

Pharmacy

12 min

Points of interest

Beach

Manila Beach

50 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Pets welcome

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 13:00

Departure before 10:00

On floor 1, steps only

Air con

Wifi speed: 38Mbps

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    5

    days

    Cancel at least 5 days before your check-in date for a full refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 5 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Giacomo

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. Hospitality and olive oil – two of the things Italy is famous for and Giacomo’s an expert in both. You can tell how enthusiastic he is about hosting, but he’s also really into food. His family owns an artisanal olive oil estate on the outskirts of Rome, and you can even visit it, if you ask nicely.

Registration or licence number: 4441.

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