zona notteliving e cucina
small cozy apartment
3 guests
Studio
2 beds
1 bath
3 guests
Studio
2 beds
1 bath
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This apartment is located in Centocelle, a quiet neighborhood in the Southeast Rome, crossed by the ancient Roman acqueduct Alessandrino and by the kilometer tunnels of the Catacombs of SS. Pietro e Marcellino.

The space

It is made up of a spacious living room with a fully furnished kitchenette (refrigerator, dish washer, and all you need to cook and eat), a bathroom (with shower and bathtub), and a comfortable double bed.

Guest access

full apartment

Interaction with guests

We live by there and we'll be ready to solve any problem you could have

Other things to note

It's ideal for a couple, but there is also an extra bed in a sleeper sofa.
Nearby there are restaurants, wine bars, all kinds of shops and a small park.
Few meters away, you find all the main bus and tram lines to connect you easily with the center and whole city.


Amenities
Internet
Family/kid friendly
Kitchen
Wireless Internet

Prices
Extra people $15 CAD / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee $27 CAD
Weekly Discount: 10%
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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check out by 11AM

It's a flat in a building with the limits for noises and manners.


Cancellations

Safety features
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

Availability
3 nights minimum stay

59 Reviews

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Tatiana User Profile
August 2017
Roberto's appartment is cozy and clean. We had everyting we needed. There is a supermarket just 2 min from the appartment (but if you decide to pay by card keep in mind that your purchase shuold be no less than 10euros). Also there are some good places for eating out. Locals like them a lot) the only one problem was a (URL HIDDEN) is far from the center and the underground is under repairment till the September 1st so we had to use a tram and it took almost 1 hour to get to Termini where we had to change to underground to go to different places. But when underground works normally it will be a perfect place for staying) ps. also there is a night bus which we used several times. it begins to operate at 12.15am and without any changess of transport you can go from the center to the appartment)

Wil User Profile
July 2017
Roberto's place is clean, big for an apartment in Rome, and has all the necessary amenities. Roberto is a nice helpful guy too! Be aware though that you have to pay city taxes of €3.60 per day, in cash, at the end of your stay.
Roberto User ProfileRoberto is a superhost.
Response from Roberto:
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July 2017

Riawan User Profile
July 2017
Roberto is very nice and very helpful

Derf User Profile
June 2017
I highly recommend this place of Roberto. We feel comfortable and safe here after that heat summer days. Spacious and provided with more than basic amenities. Transportation, market, groceries etc .. is just on your doorstep and few minutes walk. I nearly lost faith in AirBnB, after we booked somewhere in Anderlech Brussels c/o Stijn,,, Me and my wife was really nervous that it might happen again ( bad experience) buy alas, we found a good guy named ROBERTO....

Rodrigo User Profile
June 2017
Even the place being a bit far from center, it was a great stay! Roberto were really fast answering our questions. The flat was really clean and comfortable. I recommend for anyone that it's looking for a short stay in Rome

Carys User Profile
May 2017
This apartment was great, lovely and clean and had everything we could ever have needed! There are shops and restaurants around. However it is really quite far out of the city, but easy to get in by tram or by metro all very close. There was a significant lack of hot water, and we had a power cut. Otherwise everything was great, our hosts gave us great recommendations and were very helpful.

Samantha User Profile
May 2017
Roberto was a great host! He was very helpful in providing directions and answering any questions I had. He provided a list of restaurants close to the home which was helpful. The apartment was clean and close to the tram that will take you to Termini station so you can take the metro to city center and all around Rome! The neighborhood is quiet and peaceful. Only issues were that wifi only worked in certain spots in the apartment and the hot water only lasts for about 2 minutes when you're showering.
Roberto User ProfileRoberto is a superhost.
Response from Roberto:
I'm sorry for these problems, Samantha was the first guest that speaks about. When she asked to solve i went for doing it, but i found only the heather off. More I don't uderstand what kind of problems she had with wi-fi, but noone before spoke about. Thank you anyway
May 2017

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Rome, ItalyJoined in July 2013
Roberto User ProfileRoberto is a superhost.

Siamo una famiglia con un bambino di 3 anni e mezzo con molte individuali esperienze di viaggio in Italia e all'estero. Siamo ospitali e allegri e entusiasti di questa esperienza.

Languages: English, Español
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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