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Lovely penthouse at Campo de'Fiori
Lovely penthouse at Campo de'Fiori
3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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A lovely apartment, full of sunlight and greenery, with a magical terrace lit at night by fairy lights. It is characterful rather than grand and spotlessly clean. The kitchen is brilliantly equipped and a joy to cook in. The location is astonishing, just around the corner from the Ponte Sisto and a brief crossing to Trastevere, near Via Giulia, one of the loveliest streets in Rome. The best thing is to have a glass of frozen wine at sunset on the terrace overlooking the church of S. Andrea.

The space

The terrace is full of plants, including a lemon, an olive tree and an oak tree. From the terrace you can see the sky of Rome, with its marvelous blue color. After days spent watching monuments, museums, and fountains, it's wonderful to stay in a silent and welcoming home.

Interaction with guests

If you want information, I'm available for advice and news about the city and its restaurants, shops, markets. I can also advise you as a personal shopper.

Other things to note

The elevator arrives on the 6th floor and there is a ramp of stairs on foot. The height of the bedroom is just over 1.70 and the bed has a tatami base...You will sleep very well, it is silent and there are only the voices of the seagulls. The floor is covered with antique carpets, for that I ask to walk without shoes. There is a step to get out on the terrace, so be careful when you go to my "small garden". I'm sure you will be happy in "my little zen space".

Amenities
Elevator
Kitchen
Wireless Internet
Washer
Prices
Extra people $31 CAD / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee $54 CAD
Security Deposit $155 CAD
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Check-in time is 10AM - 6PM
Check out by 10AM

- take off your shoes and feed the plants, please

Cancellations
Safety features
First aid kit
Safety card
Availability
3 nights minimum stay

6 Reviews

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Aidan User Profile
October 2017
great apartment in an ideal spot in the old city- walking distance to just about everywhere a tourist would want to go. quiet, with a lush deck. the very low ceiling in bedroom takes some getting used to- but is fine. very friendly helpful host- highly recommended

Nicolas User Profile
October 2017
We had a wonderful stay in Ali's apartment ! lovely, confortable, very nice terrace, very good bed : in one word : perfect ! Located in the center of everything but quiet, no need for transports, your feet are the only thing you need. For sure, if we go to Roma a second time, it will be there !

Jessica User Profile
September 2017
Very nice flat! Great location, nice and quiet. Would definitely stay again!

Gavin User Profile
September 2017
We're avid Airbnb fans/users and as travel and food media we always try to fit at least one Airbnb alternative to hotels in all of our city travel guides. Saying that this was the scariest and worst experience we've EVER had with an Airbnb from the start. When we arrived she was really pushy with odd house rule, and said that we must say we're friends with her so she doesn't get in trouble. After she left her bedroom was a lie and was fit for people under 5'. The worst: After she left and we settled in he place was filled with super slipper floors and she wouldn't let us wear shoes. Because of that we had both slipped, but on one slip my girlfriend Karen slipped and broke her ankle in 3 places. I called the owner frantically as I don't speak Italian saying I needed an ambulence and she wouldn't call right away and made us wait for her to get there. When she arrived she said her ankle was fine until I pleaded with her to call. When the ambulance arrived she kept trying to cover herself by saying we must say we are friends and she was telling the doctors and ambulance she was fine and it was maybe a sprain. We finally escaped her place and were trapped in Italy until two days later when we were able to get back to the US. My girlfriends ankle not only was broken, it was such a bad break that her injury will take over a year to heal, and the delays and lies this host caused only damaged her more. We need extreme help here, and this person should be banned.
Ali User Profile
Response from Ali:
I'm very surprise for the bad memories of me and my house, let me reply: 1. Nobody ever complained about the size of my bed - and I wonder why they didn't they tell me on the spot, I could have found a solution! 2. I think the odd rule was to be barefoot. It is on my Air B&B page, so they were informed about it. As pictures and other reviews tell, my house is full of precious things, including carpets, and it's an historical building in the centre of Rome - it demands care! 3. Referring to friendship, it sounds quite a funny interpretation of Gavin and Karen: Actually, even friends can get me in trouble, and it is not a way to avoid problems! Talking about friendship was a way to make people feel at home, and my guests usually love it - and it's a key issue on Air B&B. I would have appreciated an invitation to stop using this word, if they sounded so manipulative to them! When they came into my house, I also invited to an aperitif at my friends' house, thinking of making feel welcome in sharing a bit of Italian life. 4. Referring to the accident: When they called me at midnight, I ran at house in order to understand which was the best thing to do - calling a doctor at home or going to the hospital. Needless to say, I was aware it was quite a hard time for them. I think it's important to reassure, and I kept saying "don't worry", not to minimise the problem but to sound positive. I called the ambulance and I was with them until three in the morning, accompanying by taxi and also paying some euros that Gavin did not have. At 3 pm we searched for a pharmacy. I went to sleep at 4am. We agreed to look for medicines for Karen (it was Sunday) I had appointment with Gavin at 11am. I brought them some pieces of Italian cake for a better breakfast, and I waited 30 minutes because they were sleeping. I accompanied Gavin to buy medicines. I booked a car for the airport on Monday morning at 6am and agreed to come to 5.45 to help. I arrived at 5.45 am and I had to wait until 6.15 because they were sleeping and did not open the door. Then I helped packing their luggage and collected all the scattered things and asked the car to wait 30 minutes. I'm very sorry for their sad experience, usually I leave good memories with my house! Most of all, I'm very sad as because my availability was confused in manipolation! Regards Ali
September 2017

Djordje User Profile
September 2017
This place is better then many small museums :). Can't wait to go back to Rome to stay there again. Having a morning coffee of an evening glass of wine on the balcony surpasses many things in life.

Tess User Profile
July 2017
Unbelievable cozy spot in the heart of Rome. Clean and beautifully decorated, Ali's place feels like a home away from home. Amazing little terrace with a beautiful view and garden. Would recommend it to anyone!

Rome, ItalyJoined in May 2017
Ali User Profile

Adoro viaggiare. Scrivo e adoro gli animali le piante e leggere. Ascolto la musica, il violoncello e amo i tramonti ed il mare.
Sono curiosa e amo parlare con la gente. Amo il vino bianco e il pomodoro. Amo i bambini e giocare con loro.

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