|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||550 square feet|
Suitable for childrenAsk
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
The charming flat, just fully refurbished has an elegant living/bedroom (with a king size bed and a single bed) a modern bathroom, kitchen and a cozy terrace. It can sleep up to three people.
The neighbourhood is situated between the Coliseum (Roman Forum), Piazza Venezia (Capitol Hill), Via Nazionale and the St. Mary Major basilica (on top of the Esquiline hill), and the Quirinale Hill (with the urban palace of the Popes, presently of the President of the Republic).
The position in respect of the several of Rome's Hills gives the name to this quarter ("Monti" in Italian means Mounts). It is endowed with beautiful churches, like...Read more
Charming 1 BDR next to Colosseum, with terrace
Rome, Rome & Lazio, Italy
Additional Location Information
Location Type Town
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$188||$188||$1,139||$0||3 nights|
|All Dates||$188||$188||$1,139||-||3 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 13, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Location, Location, Location
We absolutely loved the location of this apartment! We were within 3 blocks of both the Colesseum and the Forum and within 1 block of the Cavour stop on the Metro. There were innumerable trattoria, osteria, ristorante and gelateria well within walking distance (two directly across the street!) The apartment itself is well appointed with modern conveniences and is very comfortable for two people. Also, it was one of the very few apartments that had a king-sized bed. We loved taking our expresso in the morning and our wine in the evening out onto the small terrace. There was no view from the terrace but it was still great having an outside space to escape to. When we first arrived, we had a slight problem with the wireless internet but Mauro was quick to resolve that. We certainly got the feeling that all we had to do was ask for something to be done and it would be. One caveat however: Via Leonina is a very narrow street with 4 to 5 story buildings on both sides. It is also a very hip street with a lot of young people congregating at the various "bars" so the noise level can be very high. We resorted to using earplugs which was not a problem for us but if you can't use them or are a light sleeper, this apartment might not be for you. All in all, however, when we go back to Rome, we will definitely stay there again!