Room with private bathroom, fully renovated and tastefully decorated, with all the following comforts: flat screen TV, air conditioning and heating, minibar, box spring bed with orthopedic mattress, safe and bathroom amenities.
The room pays homage to the Italian street artist Kenny Random, also known as Andrea Coppo. The entire apartment follows the same style of street art, once we are in the Quadraro, Rome's residential district famous for its murals.
Our guests have a 24h access to the kitchen, where they'll find the kettle, different types of tea and an espresso machine for free. In addition, at the entrance of the apartment we have free maps and business cards of different restaurants and pubs in the area and a large blackboard where our guests can have some fun and write us their comments.
Interaction with guests
The staff will be present at check in to welcome guests and provide all requested information. We are not present inside the apartment during their stay but we are available by phone 24/7.
Other things to note
* From 1 January 2011 it is due to the City of Rome a fee of 3,50 Euro per person per night, not included in the rates - not applicable to children under 10 years of age. The fee must be paid in cash at check in.
*Breakfast is NOT included in the room rate, but in case you decide to have breakfast at our guesthouse, you can purchase ir directly at check in for the price of 5 euro per night.
Our guesthouse in located inside a residential condominium. We require maximum respect of the rules and kindly ask our guests to avoid making noise and using high-volume electronic devices during nightly hours. The use of the kitchen, in the respect of all guests, is exclusive for breakfast. We ask everyone to maintain the common areas (kitchen, living room) in order.
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I'm a 35 years old brazilian/italian girl, living in Rome for more than 8 years.
I have a degree in film and worked for a long time with production.
My love for travelling and discovering new cultures have made me start a new business in tourism. I love to host people from different places and to help them discover the not so touristic areas of the eternal city.