Great location with all amenities close by. Apartment was clean and well stocked. Owners were very accommodating. Three blocks from the Vatican with many restaurants and convenience stores in the same area.
Would highly recommend to family and friends.
Nice apartment, conveniently located. Three adults had more than enough room and privacy. Kitchen is functional. Good pizza place (only takeout) across from the Carrefour grocery store. Owner's recommendations for restaurants were very good.
Our family of 4 thoroughly enjoyed our week in this apartment. Giovanna and Eduardo were both very helpful and welcoming. The beds were very comfortable and the air conditioning felt great after a long day of walking in the heat. The apartment is nicely furnished and had everything we needed. The location is convenient--we were able to walk to the Vatican in 15 minutes and it was easy to catch a bus or taxi.
There are several good places to eat right on the same street. We ate at I San Pietrini several times and also liked The Fisherman Burger up the street (good lobster rolls). There is a gelato place right next door and a couple of pastry shops and a grocery store close by as well.
We hated to say goodbye to our home away from home! Would love to stay there again when we return to Rome.
We had a wonderful stay as a group of 5 (4 adults and 1 child). Great location less than 10 mins walk to the Vatican and perfect for the early morning start for Wednesday's General Audience with Pope Francis. Afterwards we popped back to the apartment for lunch and to relax before our 2pm tour of the Vatican Museum (with Maximus Tours).
Apartment was spacious, spotless and had good facilities. Giovanna and Edoardo were very helpful. Carrefour supermarket is very close and we enjoyed bread from the baker below and coffee from the cafe. Bus 64 (€1.50) was very convenient for the Forum and Colesseum. We walked to Piazza Navona on our first night (30 mins) and walked back in the rain after an unexpected downpour! The street sellers helpfully switched from selling selfie sticks to umbrellas!
Tickets for Colesseum Underground (dungeons) were difficult to find but eventually we booked through TripAdvisor who subcontracted to Real Rome Tours). We loved the tour but the historical explanations were a bit beyond our 9 year old.