Roman Holiday Residenza is located in the very center of Rome: just 300 meters from both Campo de Fiori and Piazza Farnese, 700 meters from Piazza Navona, 300 meters from Trastevere, 1.6 K from Roman Fori and 2 K from Piazza di Spagna.
The Residenza is a welcoming, bright and quiet apartment with 3-meter (9.8 ft.) high ceilings, with two bedrooms (one has a balcony), two bathrooms with windows, and one living room with a sofa bed that sleeps two and with a fully equipped kitchen.
You have exclusive access and use of the entire apartment—you won’t share it with anyone else.
A baby cot with linen is available on request.
The building shares a concierge with the adjacent building.
The flat is on the 5th floor, and it’s filled with light.
It is in a private street: no traffic is allowed except for residents. This means that it is quiet—which is unusual in downtown Rome.
The apartment is newly and completely renovated. I traveled extensively around the world, and I tried to replicate what I liked in other apartments or what I would have liked to have and found missing.
You have free WiFi, three AC units, central heating (it’s warm), washer/dryer, dishwasher, oven and induction stove (both electric: no gas appliances in the house), microwave oven, a large fridge, espresso coffee maker, percolator coffee maker, Bose Sound Speaker for your phone music, two Tv sets in the bedrooms, two hairdryers, plug adaptor.
Some appliances have Italian only instructions. You’ll have access to the English instructions for the washer/dryer and for the dishwasher.
These are international brands and you may find the commands pretty intuitive.
There’s a phone with a landline. This is intended free-of-charge only for local (Italy) calls. International calls or pay-for-service calls will be charged.
You’ll find shower/shampoo dispensers and soap dispensers in the bathrooms (I try to reduce packaging wastes).
Everything for your vacation ironing is provided (yes, you can even hang your clothes to dry).
Extra pillows are available.
You have a safe in the apartment.
Close to the Residenza you have many shops, three large taxi stations, and the tram that leads you to the Trastevere train station if you decide to catch a train to the Fiumicino airport.
You’ll have access to the full listing of services and places to see once you arrive.
I live just around the corner, and I’m easily reachable in case you need anything.
Once you arrive, I will provide you with an extensive listing of information covering the following:
Art sights, Ruins, Museums, Parks, Shopping, Around Rome, Restaurants, Food and Wine Shopping, Theatres, and other practical addresses.
I’ll send you all the information you need to get to the Residenza.
In case you want to hire a clean and dependable car service to and from the airport, this can be arranged for you.
I’ll provide you with airport and train information for your trips.
Three parking garages are a stone-throw away from the Residenza—parking downtown is not inexpensive.
I will direct you to places where you can store your luggage on your departure day in case you have a late flight.Get the full listing »