Welcome to my home! I’m so excited to open up my property to fellow travelers visiting Rome. My beautiful and spacious two bedrooms apartment, in the vibrant and central area of Monti, is a modern and comfortable place to stay, with very good transport links. You’re just a few steps from the Colosseum and Via dei Fori Imperiali, and a minute walk from the nearest metro station Colosseo.
Explore the neighborhood and enjoy the magical view from the living room windows... you will be enchanted!
Welcome to my home and welcome to this amazing city! This is a stylish and bright two bedrooms apartment, let me walk you through it a little more...
Conveniently located in the exciting area of Monti, a few steps from the Colosseum, it is the perfect base when visiting Rome, you’ll be right in the hub of the city but able to escape the hustle and bustle!
The living area is really spacious, light and airy with modern design and lovely finishing touches, and a real family feel to it. Relax on the sofa, turn on the flat screen TV - there are plenty of channels for you to enjoy - hang out with your friends, feel yourself at home! It’s a welcoming and inviting space where you can kick back and admire the unique view from the window.
There are two private bedrooms in the apartment, all are spacious with colorful homely touches and plenty of storage space for guests to store all their belongings.
The master bedroom has a super comfortable double bed and, with fresh luxury linens, what more do you need for a good night’s sleep? You don’t have to live out of your suitcase, plenty of storage in the aisle allow you can get unpacking and start feeling at home right away. The other bedroom, comes with a single bed, a closet and a laptop friendly space, where you can also enjoy reading or working at your laptop.
The apartment also benefits from two bathrooms, wake up in the mornings with a fantastic shower! Both come with a modern design and with plenty of white fluffy towels and all the essential toiletries to ensure you the most comfortable stay.
If cooking is your thing, you’re going to love spending time in the lovely kitchen. All the appliances are modern and easy to use - you’ll enjoy showing off your culinary skills here! My property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
The apartment is your own. Cleaned professionally with fresh luxury linens, it's prepared for each new visitor.
Interaction with guests
My home is managed by Hostmaker; they are an award-winning property management service team who know Rome like the back of their hand!
They will give you a warm welcome and they will take care of you in every aspect of your stay. They will provide you with the following services: check-in, cleaning, pre and in-stay assistance. If you have any questions, please get in touch through this channel.
Other things to note
Thank you for your interests in my apartment.
To offer you and all our guests a pleasant stay please consider the following:
- Late check-in fee of € 20 for arrivals after 10.00pm to be paid at check-in preferably by credit card or otherwise cash.
- Please respect the house and the people who live in the building.
- Additional cleaning and linens services available for a fee and on request.
- According to Italian laws: Rome € 3,5 tourist tax applied per person per night for the first 10 nights. Children up to 10 years old are exempt. To be paid at check-in preferably by credit card or otherwise cash.
- Guests will be required to present valid IDs at the time of check-in for registration to the Italian security authorities.
- For long term rentals (over 30 consecutive nights), guests will be asked to sign a rental agreement that will be made available via email before arrival.
For any question please don’t hesitate to ask. We look forward to welcoming you in Rome!
The neighborhood overview
Monti neighborhood is one of the most central and fascinating of Rome, it is fantastic and with everything on your doorstep!
You are literally in one of the most central locations in Rome, everything is walking distance from here starting from the beautiful Colosseum - a couple of minutes on foot. You can reach all the monuments in Via dei Fori Imperiali in 5 minutes, or Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo and all the other historical places of Rome by tube. Piazza Venezia, Via del Corso, Piazza Di Spagna, the fashionable Via Condotti, the Trevi fountain and the Pantheon are less than 2km away. Bars, Restaurants and shops surround the area, forget taxis or public transportations and enjoy the luxury of a relaxing walk to reach anything you need.
The famous Domus Aurea is just in the Colle Oppio Garden and the Colosseum can be seen once in the street below. S. John's Basilica, S. Clemente, S. Pietro in Vincoli, the Roman Forum and Circo Massimo are within walking distance. It is located 5 minutes walk from traditional Roman restaurants and lively cafes in Monti and Celio districts, where is possible to appreciate nightlife and little fashion boutiques.
Special tip for you: enjoy a walk in this vibrant and central area! The Colosseum is the heart of ancient Rome, walk it! You won't want to miss the many places to "get lost" and you never know when you'll turn a corner and end up in front of the Pantheon!
Sight seeing tips:
Ostia Antica Roman ruins (go in the middle of the week; it will take at least half a day); Via Appia Antica (Go for a a long walk and eat at Hostaria Antica Roma); Aventino hill, Giardino degli Aranci; Janiculum hill to enjoy a wonderful view of the city; enjoy a visit of Chiostro del Bramante and the Fontanone (at noon they fire a cannon every day); Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini (ruins of ancient Roman domus); Galleria Colonna, a noble palace (open on Saturday mornings); Quirinale Palace, where the Italian president lives/works (http://www.coopculture.it/events.cfm?id=334); Colosseum, forum by night; Capitoline museums on the Campidoglio hill; Villa Giulia museum, the most impressive Etruscan museum in the world; Terrazza delle Quadrighe on top of the Vittoriano monument; Via Margutta, perhaps the most beautiful and tranquil street in the center of Rome, lots of artists and great place to get gifts; Case Romane del Celio ruins.
Less than 10 minutes away:
- Pasta Chef Monti - Via Baccina, 42, 00184 Roma; La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali - Via della Madonna dei Monti, 9, 00184 Roma; Ce Stamo A Pensà - Via Leonina, 81.
In other areas of Rome:
- For delicious pasta: Sora Margherita nel Ghetto; Sora Lella nella Isola Tiberina; Trattoria da Enzo; Alfredo e Ada; Hostaria dei Numeri Primi; Da Felice a Testaccio;
- For a quicker pizza or sandwich: Pizzarium (pizza slices on the go) dietro a Vatican; Roscioli (get a porchetta sandwich); Mordi e Vai in the Nuovo mercato Testaccio (great place for a Roman style sandwich);
- Formal but very good restaurants: Giuda Ballerino at the Bernini Bristol hotel; Terrazza dell'Eden; Imago at the Hassler;
- Drinks/alcohol: Freni e Frizioni in Trastevere; https://zero.eu/roma/bere/ is a good web resource to see what places you should head to for drinks.
- Enei D.Ssa Liliana, Via dei Serpenti, 177-Timetable: 8:30am - 8pm, closed on Sundays.
Supermercato Elite - Via Cavour, 232- Timetable: 9am - 9pm, closed on Sundays; Supermercato Metà - Via Cavour, 218- Timetable: 7:30am - 10pm - open everyday; Carrefour Express - Via dei Santi Quattro-Timetable: Aperto 24h - open everyday.
Mercato Rionale Monti - Via Baccina, 36 - Timetable: 7am - 3pm, Tuesday and Friday it opens until 8pm, closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
UniCredit - Facoltà di Ingegneria, Via Eudossiana, 18, 00184 Roma (opposite side of Via degli Annibaldi)-Timetable: 8:25am–1:35pm, 2:30–3:50pm, closed on Saturdays and Sundays; Banca Carim - Via Cavour, 251 - Timetable: 8:25am–1:30pm, 2:35–4pm, closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
To reach the house is really easy.
If you come by train you can get the metro B - Blue Line from Termini Station, 3 stops to Colosseo and then you have to walk a couple of minutes and climb some steps. If you fly to Fiumicino or Ciampino, you can get the Taxi and you will take around 40 minutes for 48 euros.
Otherwise you have some shuttle buses (8 euro) directly to Termini. From Fiumicino there is also an express train (14 euro) or normal city train (6 euro) to Termini Station and from there take the metro B line to Colosseo station.
If you come by car, remember that to park on the street, it will be free if there are no lines or just white lines. If you park on blue lines you will need to pay at the machines on the street. It’s 1,00 €/h and it’s free on Sunday.
Underground: nearest tube station is Colosseo, 1 minute from the apartment and Cavour, 10 minutes walk away.
Leonardo da Vinci Airport: 60 minutes by public transport
Termini Station: 5 minutes by public transport (just 2 stops) or 20 minutes walk away
The Colosseum: 1 minute walk away
The Vatican: 30 minutes by public transportGet the full listing »