Nice Apartment near Vatican
|Address||Via dei Bonaccorsi, 00164 Roma, Italy|
The cosy bedroom contains a double bed and a large wardrobe. Natural light illuminates the bright, white living room and the adjacent well-equipped kitchen. A lovely garden is included where guests can enjoy the charming Rome weather. Those looking for a cosy night in can make use of a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
St. Peter's Square and the Vatican Museum can be reached in 15 minutes’ via bus. The largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire, the Colosseum is a 30-minute bus journey away.
A supermarket is located 500 metres from the apartment, while restaurants and cafes can be reached following a 200-metre walk.The nearest bus stop is 150 metres away.
House rulesGuests must check out before 10:00 am except when an agreement is made with the host.
Be respectful of the neighbours.
Keep noise to a minimum.
Any damage caused by guests (breaking the house rules) will be deducted from the security deposit on check-out.
Guests should not change the temperature of the heating appliances. Any changes can be carried out by request by the host.
The air conditioning should be switched off when leaving the apartment.
A shuttle bus into the city can be provided upon request.
|Monthly rate for 1 guest||1263 €|
|Price for > 1 guests||11 € per guest/night extra|
|Check-in after||1 PM|
|Check-in before||On arrangement|
|Check-out before||10 AM|
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A great place to stay, the hosts were very nice and helpful and gave us a lot of information. Supermarkt and bus stop is nearby and it's a very quiet place to be. What we did not like was the fact that getting into the city center took quite a lot of time.
This was a lovely apartment in a very nice area, and it was well away from any noisy traffic, located at the end of a residential street. Our only complaint would be that it was always a rather long trip to get into town and back. If you include the walk to the bus stop and the varying wait times, at least 45 minutes into town. The one bus that we had to take at night did not run very frequently, so it was a big chunk of time. Additionally, the Line A metro, which might have helped especially at night, would stop working at 9 pm every night except Saturdays. That situation is a temporary one but will continue as such until March 2012 due to construction on another metro line.
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