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|Tipo di proprietà||appartamento|
|Soggiorno minimo||5 Notti|
attico con vista spettacolare su San Pietro e il verde del Parco di monte Mario il terrazzo attrezzato di tutto sdraio , tavolino per mangiare sedia , panchina la casa ha due stanze anzie tutte in legno e due bagni, tutti i confort aria condizionata colazione ampia e completa, Tv Satellitare, internet wi-fi incluso, mi forninero di mappe , guide di Roma e liste dei ristoranti vicini a voi e tanti consigli per una vacanza da sogno. .
faccio questo lavoro dal 2008 insieme a mia madre, ci fa veramente piacere farlo , per noi non è un lavoro è quasi una passione conoscere tante persone che abiteranno per qualche giorno a casa tua e raccontargli Roma, vedere abitutidini diverse dalle nostre, ci fanno riflettere di come siamo noi
Flavio acquistò questa casa nel 1950
questo appartamento era la residenza di mio nonno, un appartamento grande quasi come il piano che noi abbiamo deciso in seguito di dividere in due appartamenti , nella ristrutturazione abbiamo cercato di mantenere integro quel sapore di antico di piacere per il legno, di casa comoda moderna , ma con un stile classico
la più bella caratteristica di questi attici penso sia un panorama unico su Roma e sun San Pietro da un terrazzo che è grande quanto la casa, infatti lo abbiamo attrezzato di tutto punto per vivere , mangiare e riposare all'aperto. vivere nella città all'aperto è una sensazione molto diversa di essere chiusa in quattro mura, provare per credere .....
The Aurelio was a wonderful experience for us during our month in Rome; spacious, clean, comfortable, and well located in a pleasant neighbourhood well served by public transit, as well as being a short walk (about 20 minutes, depending on your stride) due south to the Ottaviano metro station and a further 5 minutes to the Piazza San Pietro. There are a number of good local restaurant choices and the kitchen is well equipped for light cooking. Nearby is a convenient Punto grocery store, small but incredibly well stocked for our purposes, as well as a fruit and vegetable shop, bakery and dairy shop within a block of the building. And it was always a pleasure to see Antonella and Mattia every evening when they came to stock up our breakfast supplies (we loved the wonderful Italian coffee!); they were particularly helpful with suggestions and answers to any queries we may have had. (Antonella surprised me with a birthday crostata—molto gentile!) The air conditioning in the bedrooms was much appreciated and the bathrooms were modern and spotless! For us, though, the real highpoint of staying at the Aurelio was the grand terrace that envelops the entire apartment on three sides; we loved hanging out and dining on the large rear portion with its spectacular views of the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica glowing in the distance to the south and the nearby greenery on Monte Mario to the west, gleaming in the morning sun! It was a real pleasure to return to the Aurelio after our daily outings: it always felt like we were returning to our home in Rome!
When I booked the Aurelio for a month, I was initially drawn to its convenient location in Prati: only a 30-minute walk away from the Vatican Library where I was going to conduct research. I also took the chance that the Aurelio would be a comfortable space for three people ─ myself, my partner John, and our friend Paul. The airy high-ceilinged apartment proved to be comfortable not only spatially (with two bedrooms and two bathrooms) but also socially, thanks to the cheerful visits every evening from our host Antonella and her assistant Mattia (who supplied us with fresh bread, orange juice, croissants, and coffee for our breakfasts). We noted the genuine warmth of their welcome as soon as we arrived, and by the end of our stay we knew for sure that we had gained new friends in Rome. We looked forward to our lively evening chats with them in both Italian and English on every topic under the sun ─ from Italian cinema of the 1960s to current issues in Roman urban development. Mattia and I even carried on a lively discussion of Dante's Vita Nuova, a text he was studying in school. Would such a conversation have happened in an impersonal modern hotel? Not very likely! We never felt their visits to be intrusive, or their concern for our welfare to be merely part of their job. When I accidentally broke a plastic water container attached to an outdoor water filtration system, Antonella and Mattia immediately reassured me that the container was old and needed replacing, and it was indeed replaced within a day or two. Their attentiveness to detail in turn reassured us that if anything should go wrong at the Aurelio, the problem would soon be attended to. Fortunately, after my mishap, nothing did go wrong. Every appliance worked efficiently, including the air conditioners, which was a blessing since the July temperatures soared into the high 30s C. When I needed a steam iron to press a shirt, hey presto: an iron and ironing board were placed in our vestibule. We would book the Aurelio again in a flash.Though the Aurelio does not have a formal living room, we found that the spacious terrace off the kitchen ─ with its table, chairs, benches, and flower pots─ functioned as our social gathering space, our common room. It was a joy to have breakfast there every morning with songbirds flying overhead, and it felt very Roman to be chatting over a bottle of wine on the terrace at dusk with the dome of St. Peter's in the distance. A truly special place.
Quel plaisir d'être accueilli dans ce bel appartement très bien équipé dans lequel rien ne manque. La terrasse est magnifique et offre une vue merveilleuse sur St Pierre et les toits de Rome. La gentillesse d'Antonella et Flavio a largement contribué à la réussite de notre séjour romain. Grazie mile !
We loved staying at this lovely apartment. It was well furnished, with beautiful antique furnishings, a remodeled kitchen with a full size refrigerator and a washer. The landlord is very accomodating and helped us by providing a ride to and from the airport, giving a list of nice restaurants in the area and his mother, a very sweet lady, provided pastries, milk and juices (the red orange juice was great!) cookies and other goodies. Check in and out was easy. The apartment is located in a very nice and safe neighborhood. The apartment is extremely secure and we really enjoyed sitting on the beautiful terrace every evening, enjoying the views of the mountains and the dome of St. Peter's. Our favorite restaurant was Ristorante Pizzaria Candido. It is a small family run restaurant with great food. It caters mostly to the locals but they welcomed us as we ate there everyday. They treated us like family. We strongly recommend it and staying at this apartment. It gave us the experience of the local community and was away from the hustle bustle of the Vatican area. We will definitely stay there on our next visit
We spent Christmas week and is a very comfortable for 5 adults. It is around 10-15min walk to the Vatican, weather around Christmas was cold but is comfortable enough to walk around the area. We were expecting rain but luckily it rained only when we were about to leave. Only complain that we have is the shower which was slow running and hot and cold water was intermittent, it is not a big deal! Another bonus was the breakfast that they deliver every night for the next morning. Although, I suggest a new coffee maker. Overall, Flavio and his mother are very friendly and easy to deal with. Highly recommended
We were awakened every morning at 8am by jackhammers in the apartment below us which was being renovated. The owners showed up every night - unannounced, just barged right in- to replenish the packaged breakfast foods they provided (whether they were needed or not), but it felt more like they were checking on their apartment to make sure we weren't damaging it. The toilet in the main bathroom malfunctioned, and sprayed water from above all over everything for anytime you used it. There is no place to relax on a sofa, as there is no living room of any kind, only hard chairs in the kitchen or laying in bed. The linens are substandard quality- very rough. The pillows were totally flat as well. The mattresses were thin and hard, no cushion at all. The area restaurants don't open until 8pm, and if you want food before then, you're out of luck. This place was a disappointment to us, and we've been booking vacation rentals for over 20 years.
|Periodo||Tariffa minima||Notti aggiuntive||Per notte weekend||Per settimana||Al mese *||Eventi|
5 notti soggiorno minimo
per 5 notti
|Note: Le tariffe sono per 3 persone; aggiungi €10 per notte, per persona extra|
|Tariffe||Non ci sono spese aggiuntive obbligatorie|
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