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In the heart of Rome gorgeous house
In the heart of Rome gorgeous house
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath

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The apartment is located in the heart of ancient Rome, in a green quite and safe residential area, packed with restaurant and just a few steps from the Colosseum, the Palatine, the Roman Forum and Venice square! Also To get to the FAO are 10 minutes walk!
Well connected by public transport! 5 minutes walk to Circus Maximu Metro! and 10 minutes to Pyramid of Cestiu Metro where you can get the train to go to the beach or to the excavations of Ostia Antica! Buses and trams very close!

The space

The the delightful, new apartment apartment with separate entrance is located on the exclusive and private Via di San Saba takes its name from its Church of San Saba. The area is packed with restaurants , bar and clubs.
The bright apartment is a real candy beautifully furnished with a large double bed (king size), a large wardrobe, air conditioning, flat screen TV, wi fi internet, kitchenette with cooking , refrigerator and freezer, fires, coffee machine with pods, microwave, electric toaster, dishes, glasses, utensils, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, heating, maps and tourist guides. The bathroom has a stall shower with soap and towels ,hairdryer. In the immediate vicinity you can find the laundry and supermarket.
The apartment is very comfortable in the heart of the city 'eternal, a shining jewel in the heart of San Saba.

In the historical center of San Saba, popularly called the little Aventine is the XXI R. Ward, Roma which takes its name from the monastery and its church of San Saba that for centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire, were the only presence of living area, the district was established on December 9, 1921 depriving the Ripa district of part of its territory.

San Saba is included in the long section of the Aurelian walls ranging from Porta San Sebastiano, the Avenue of the Baths of Caracalla, the Aventino Avenue to Avenue of the Pyramid of Cestius, the latter avenue follows the ancient Vicus Portae Raudusculanae, who started from the ancient Raudusculana door of the Servian wall which later became the door Ostiense the Aurelian walls.

The way of San Saba is also a road that traces this ancient route that rose on the height called small Aventino, this way separated from the little Aventine Aventine great, and here there was a barracks of the Fourth Cohort of Vigiles, whose remains It was found under the church of San Saba.

The district was designed as the housing of Testaccio, the then young Quadrio Pirani, and in honor of the intention programmatoria the streets had names of great architects: Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini, Baccio Pontelli and the Palladio and Pirro Ligorio Bramante via plotting give his name to quiet streets, the right broad, tree-lined.

Situated as it is on the flat top of a knoll, the district is crossed by hills and stairways sloping down to the walls or to the underlying Testaccio. The houses "popular" are two single villas each with its own garden, and buildings of no more than 4 floors, with bright, spacious courtyards, each covered with a curtain of bricks of the same color of the curtain of the ancient church and the walls. But the real heart of San Saba is the garden of the square (piazza Bernini): there are shady trees to benches, two fountains for thirsty dogs and children, in the middle the little monument to the fallen in the Great War, the market in the morning The playground installed in the enclosure of the church, and the elementary school that also faces the square and where the district go to vote when election time.

There is a newsagent, some grocery stores, a bar, and once there was even a cinema - was called Ruby - who has now become a small theater, the Amphitryon.

Guest access

My guests will have access to the entire apartment without sharing areas or services and no prohibitions.

Interaction with guests

Adriana interacts with its customers and is constantly present in the apartment to solve every problem.

Other things to note

San Saba, popularly called the little Aventine, is the twenty-first district of Rome, indicated with R. XXI. As a recent institution, it is located within walking distance of the green lung and the archaeological complex of the Baths of Caracalla - Circus Maximus - Palatino- Coliseum.

A walk around will prove to be a real treasure hunt, where you can discover the amazing keyhole of the gate of the Priory of the Knights of Malta and the Park Savelli (Orange Garden) next to the old church of Santa Sabina. Look carefully at the architecture of the '60s: several modern buildings were built on the original Roman walls of the fourth century BC.

Wireless Internet
Buzzer/wireless intercom
Extra people No Charge
Cleaning Fee £27
Security Deposit £91
Weekly Discount: 10%
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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check-in is anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check out by 10AM

I hope that my potential clients have respect and care of the apartment and that you communicate any difficulty or problem during the stay. No pets allowed , not allowed to organize parties in the apartment

Safety features
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
2 nights minimum stay

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Kate User Profile
December 2017
Adriana’s place was lovely. Good transport links into central Rome, and it also walkable. It’s also got metro stations that you can get to, to get to and from Termini (the main station where buses/trains go into. Adriana was lovely. Very hospitable and helpful. When we arrived she showed us around the small but lovely flat. She talked us through the amazing map on the wall that showed us where to go and how to get there. She also provided us with a handheld map which proved very helpful for us. The house has great cooking facilities (hob, microwave, toaster, coffee machine and kettle.) (no oven though.) It was a nice touch that she also left us some bread to toast, some spreads for the bread, some tea and coffee. She also left a lovely bottle of wine. A great place. Also some nice Italian food places around us and a local shop about a 10 minute walk from the flat. I’d recommend this place for all of the reason above and Adriana went above and beyond to help us at all times and was always on hand to help by message and when we incurred a problem she was straight around to help us. Thank you So much Adriana :-)

Lily User Profile
November 2017
Adriana's place was by far our favourite air bnb we have ever stayed in! After staying in 5 air bnbs in last 3 weeks, Adriana's place was the best by far. She is a very friendly and helpful host, making sure you have all you need to feel right at home. Apartment is good size and has everything you need. Building is very safe and located in a safe residential area that is also located close to centre of Rome. Colluseum was only a 10-15 min walk and very close to Circus Maximus station. Would highly recommend Adriana's place to anyone travelling to Rome!!

Magdi User Profile
August 2017
We spent a memorable 5 days in Rome. The apartment is in walking distance to Colosseum and has got easy access to public transport, restaurants in the near, still in a quiet location. It is very well equipped, even with food with lots of love from Adriana. She gave us a lot of information, leaflets, maps, recommendations for pubs and restaurants and what to see in Rome. We highly recommend this apartment.

Gillian User Profile
July 2017
We loved our time in Rome and our stay at Adriana's apartment. The apartment was clean, very well equipped, and in really good location. Adriana is a really terrific host and gave us so much help and information on things to see, how to get around, good places to eat etc. It was our first trip to Rome and we will definitely be back one day! Thanks again Adriana.

Justyna User Profile
June 2017
We visited Rome 2 weeks ago (9.6.17 - 12.6.17). The place is super clean, cozy with air conditioning free of charge in an excellent location - it only takes 10-15 mins to get to the Colloseum. In addition there is some food for the guests left so you do not need to worry about breakfast and rush to the shop (tea, coffee, bread, butter, marmolade etc.) We would reccomend to everyone. Adriana is very friendly, warm and helpful host. Thank you Adriana!!!

David User Profile
May 2017
My wife and I stayed at Adriana's place for a long weekend. Adriana was very welcoming and communicative. Even though we arrived late at night, she took the time to welcome us, show us the apartment and to suggest some tourist activities/restaurants etc. to visit. The apartment was perfect for a weekend for 2. The bed was comfortable, bathroom facilities were good and all the utilities worked as expected. The property is in a great location....the Coliseum is a walk away and it's close to the Circus Maximo. All in all, I'd recommend Adriana and her apartment.

Hansel User Profile
April 2017
Soon after the reservation was confirmed I had communication from the host (Adriana) and subsequent enquiries and questions were answered with swift response. Adriana is very warm and welcoming. Her apartment was so nice, clean and central to our needs. The information Adriana gives you on your arrival and that which is available in the apartment is invaluable. There’s a great map on the wall of the kitchen, and Adriana supplies a smaller version for you to use and take with you, which is one of the best maps showing everything you would want to see. The neighbourhood is safe with a good supermarket on Viale Aventino and good restaurants nearby. We loved eating out, whether it be a coffee or beer and something savoury or sweet during the day, and then finding really good restaurant for an evening meal. It’s only a 15 minute walk to the Coliseum/Palatine/Forum from the apartment and lots more to see north and west of Via dei Fori Imperiali. The Metro at the Circo Massimo (you go past it on the way to the Coliseum) is the nearest and can get you to the north of the city and to Vatican City (you have to change Metro line at the Termini). Make sure you try to get to Trastevere, across the river to the west via the bridges Ponte Palatino or Fabicio (via Isola Tiberna) – narrow streets, cafes and restaurants aplenty, no traffic, no one trying to sell you selfie- sticks/scarves/hats/flowers etc (you’ll know what I mean when you’ve been to other important places to visit)....lovely!!!! We did a lot in 4 whole days but, of course, it’s never enough to see everything. We have to go back, as there’s so much more to see and discover, so we would happily go back to Adriana’s place and do so much more knowing we had a lovely place to stay.

Lazio, ItalyJoined in June 2014
Adriana User Profile

Ciao, my name is Adriana and i have an identical twin :)
I'm married and I have two fabulous children.
I love spinning and swimming but above all to know people from all over the world.

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