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We are a young roman family, Martina is an art historian, Luca is graduated in Communication and Valerio is our little boy! ;-) We love our city and we like accommodate people from all the world. Riari Guest House is located on the ground floor of a 1900 building in the heart of Rome, in the characteristic quarter of Trastevere. Our apartment is completely independent, on the ground floor; it's fully renovated and furnished. The price is inclusive of: -Crib and highchair for our little guests - Air conditioner - Hot-water-heat - Bath towels, sheets and covers - Kit shampoo&soap - Hairdryer - Kitchen stuff - Moka, kettle, orange squeezer, toaster - Fridge/Frezeer - WI-Fi 24/24 h - Tv -Washing machine - Rome's guides.
Our palazzo is a quiet and exclusive environment so:
- No parties, music or noises after 10.00 p.m.
Children and little pets are very welcome so:
- NO SMOKING!!
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
2:00 PM check-in
10:00 AM check-out
1 Full bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
₹ 3,255 / stay
₹ 16,275 / stay
About the neighbourhood
New York has its Greenwich Village, and Rome has its Trastevere. In Trastevere's case, however, the sense of being a world apart goes back more than two millennia. The inhabitants don't even call themselves Romans but Trasteverini, going on to claim that they, not the citizens north of the river, are the true remaining Romans. No matter: A trip to Trastevere (literally, 'across the Tiber') still feels a bit like entering a different time and place. Some call it the world's third-smallest nation (after the Vatican, No. 2). A living chronology, the district remains an enchanting confusion of past and present. With its charming, crumbling streets lined with medieval bell towers and chic osterie, this is one big little town where strangers don'