|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||50 square meters|
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Description from the manager
Our Coronari Bis Apartment is a warmy apartment in the Navona area. Our accommodation is a truly gem in a quiet location. It is located on the fourth floor of an elegant building served by a lift.
The apartment is composed of a large and welcoming living room with a comfortable sofa bed, a gracious kitchen provided with a table for four where you can cook some delicious dishes and a well mantained bathroom with a bathtub. The bedroom features a comfortable king-size bed.
The amenites of this cute flat are dishwasher, oven, air conditioning, iron and ironing board. It comes complete with linens and towels.
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Rome, Rome & Lazio, Italy
Additional Location Information
The breathtaking magnificence of Piazza Navona, born as a place of spectacle for ancient Roman games and today a spectacular open air space, an architectural miracle in the heart of the Eternal City, filled with masterpieces in perfect harmony.
This Piazza, which displays the genius of Bernini and Borromini, is one of the finest Baroque Masterpiece in Rome. Its style and colors give it a charm that is enhanced by the elegance of the building around.
Of all Rome's piazzas, this isola pedonale (pedestrian precinct) is the one where the liveliness of Roman life is most tangible. It has long been a meeting place for the inhabitants of Rome. In the past ages some spectacles where held here such as the "naumachiae", or mock naval battles.
Today life in the piazza is around the open-air-cafÃ©s and the seasonal feasts. The most popular is the one held in early January where toys and sweets are sold. It is called la Befana. Along the year the piazza is a wonderful scenario plenty of painters, caricaturists, artists and buskers who entertain visitors passing by.
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$202 - $295||$202 - $295||$0||$0||3 nights|
|General Rate||$202 - $295||$202 - $295||-||-||3 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 24, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Our apartment was in a fantastic location - only minutes from the Piaza Navona which was a lively and interesting place with lots of restaurants, artists and musuems. Could ealsily walk to lots of other tourist spots and there was a taxi rank and bus stop just meters from our door. The apartment was very comfortable and had most things in that we needed - however the kitchen lacked a few basic essentials such as a bottle opener - which is difficult if your wine has a cork in it and not a screw cap!!! Otherwise our landlords were very friendly and helpful and all in all our experience in Rome was a trip my daughter and I will always remeber
Response from The Key To Italy - 11/03/2012
thanks Sue, great to hear about a memorabe experience. we have refurbished the kitchen. thanks for your feedback. best. Tiziana
New York City, New York
Feel like a local near Piazza Navona
We stayed in this apartment for 4 nights. It is a perfect place to feel like a local in a tourist city like Rome. Via Coronari also looked like a well-mixed place between tourists and locals to hang out. Despite the only one review about this place unlike some other places in Rome, we thought we would still give it a try. First of all, the apartment was well maintained and exactly how it was shown in the pictures in the website, which I found a plus - a spacious bathroom, a moderate size bedroom, a little tiny kitchen and an adequate size living room. There is no TV or Internet connection installed in the place. This may be why this apartment is a little cheaper than other places in the center (just my guess...). However, we found a wireless connection signal from the nearby place, which worked pretty ok in the living room area. The kitchen was pretty well equipped, although it would have been nicer if there was a cutting board and a bottle opener. I did not realize that there can be so many seagulls in Rome, but the city itself was quite noisy with their constant crying, including in this apartment. However, the quality of windows was very good, so once they are closed, we did not hear anything. Both mattresses in the bedroom and the sofabed were not the best quality, but they will do for a short-term stay. The service provided by the Key to Italy was very good and pleasant. The representative of the apartment owner whom we met at the time of check-in was also helpful and candid. The location was superb with all key sites within a walking distance, as well as carrefour express supermarket and some great restaurants nearby. I very much recommend this place especially for those who want a simple, basic style with a homey touch.
Response from The Key To Italy - 08/04/2012
Thanks a lot for your detailed review and for all your suggestions for future guests! I hope to see you soon again! Giovanni
A Good Deal
My wife and I just returned from Rome where we rented this apartment for three weeks in May. The apartment is as advertised and better than we expected. The location is ideal, in the city center yet on a relatively quiet and charming side street known for its antique shops. The apartment is on the fifth (by american reckoning) floor, but the elevator always worked.
The apartment is modest but clean, neat and quiet. It has newer windows and newer air conditioning units in the living room and bedroom. The kitchen is small while the bathroom is relatively large. At night, with the window closed, the bedroom was dead quiet. The bed in the bedroom is a standard double. I don't know how comfortable adults would be sleeping on the sofa bed in the living room, since we didn't try it. The furnishings are few and a bit old and worn, but adequate, and the place is decorated inexpensively but pleasantly. The apartment has an airy feel and there are nice views of rooftops and church domes through the windows. Adding to the charm is an interesting and oddly eclectic collection of books on the shelves, including american thrillers, some serious american literature, and even a copy of Journey to Ixtlan by Carlos Castaneda, all in Italian translations.
This is not a large or luxury apartment but it is easily large enough for two people and, for the money, we thought it was a good deal. I can also recommend the people at Key to Italy. They were courteous, efficient and professional. In renting a vacation apartment sight unseen in a distant city, without the benefit of previous reviews, I would expect a few disappointments, but there were none.
If you haven't been to Rome before, you are in for a treat. Stay as long as you can, save your energy by using the public transportation system, see everything, take day trips out of town, and go for long walks at night when the city is lit up like a huge fantasy theme park.