Quaint neighborhood,apartment bright,comfortable and well furnished
The apartment, cute and quiet (1st Italian floor one flight up of stairs, 2 windows with double glazed and shutters onto the rear) is strategically located in a quaint area of Downtown Rome, Monti District. Just after you exit the building you'll find many restaurants (Italian, Indian, Japanese, Argentine), taverns, wine bars, groceries, antique shops,ATM,post office. And if you like walking or running, Oppium Hill is right by the house. Cavour metro line B and 117 bus 3minutes walking. Convenient bus routes at Nazionale st and Cavour st Green Tea, a brand new flat with hardwood floor, designer furniture, wallpaper, comprises: a living room with a fully equipped kitchenette, crystal design table with 4 chairs, a folding bed for the 3rd guest, satellite TV, DVD, CD / radio, internet cable& wifi,heating, A / C, double bedroom with queen size bed and brand new mattress (November 2016), shower / bathroom, hairdryer. Beside the apt, in the hallway, a common laundry room with wash / dryer, iron, iron boarding, sink, vacuum cleaner.
Good quality of linens and towels provided
Available for the guests: a luggage storage
Range rate from € 70 to 125 per day (it's depend on the season, guests number, rental days)
VERY RESTRICT: THE GUESTS HAVE TO PAY 50% OF THE RENTING IF DECIDED TO CANCEL THE RESERVATION 30 DAYS BEFORE THE ARRIVAL
Accès des voyageurs
The guest has a totally access to the apartment(private kitchen and private bathroom)
Check in time depends on the previous guests.If they're leaving in the early morning we'll be glad to accomodate the new guests before the normal check in time.
Otherwise we can store the luggage until the apartment will be cleaned.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
1 We're always taking care of the apartments and the guests.I'm able to suggest how to book the museums for skipping the line and give good tips for restaurants.
My dear friend (English and Spanish speaker) is an official guide tour,after the booking I can give her contact.
An housekeeper is every day in the building for 3-4hr per day,from Monday to Friday,sometimes the week end too.
In the apartment the guest will find the house rules,Rome guide and map, tips for restaurants,public transportations,sightseeing.
Close the windows and shutters when you are not in the apartment or during the night.
toliet paper is all you can through in the toilet.
All else goes in the waste basket;
please do no often use the washer/dryer and always turn off the electricity in the apartment (especially the A/C)when you are not inside (the power is very expensive in Italy);
Please take the trash and put it in the bins located the next block by the building.
I appreciate yours help.
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