AirBNB Rome Apartment with FREE Wi-Fi!
Are you looking for a quaint AirBNB Rome Apartment in the centre of the action, within a few hundred metres from the Trevi Fountain, and THE best cup of Italian Hot Chocolate around? Then book this Trevi Independent Suite Airbnb rome apartment as soon as you can. (Hot Tip: Book with our link and get $50 credit on your stay!)
Our host Claudio, who owns the AirBNB Rome Apartment, Trevi Independent Suite, met our taxi upon our arrival. That was a godsend thankfully, as the apartment is somewhat hidden in plain sight! The Rome Apartment is on a little side road just off the main Via del Tritone on Via dei Maroniti, but as first time visitors, that meant nothing to us and our taxi driver was a little confused. We gave the taxi driver Claudio’s phone number and they conversed, and it turns out we were in exactly the right spot. The apartment was five metres away, tucked away in a little alleyway.
AirBNB Rome – 100 Metres to the Trevi Fountain!
If you are planning rome holidays, and are looking for the best place to stay in rome for sighseeing, this msut be it. Just 100 metres or so to the Trevi Fountain! It’s history right outside your doorstep. This Rome apartment for rent is a ground-level one-bedroom suite, brightly decorated, with one king bed and one sofa bed in the same room. Just inside the front door is a small dining/kitchen space, and beside that, a bathroom with toilet and shower.
This Airbnb rome apartment is very clean and tidy, and it suited the three of us, plus Roam the Gnome, very well. We’d suggest it would be fine for families with no more than two smallish children too. Would be squashy with teenagers but still manageable, and for the location, it might be worth putting up with a bit of squash as you won’t be spending too much time there in any case!
The airbnb rome apartment is airconditioned, and has heating and although right smack bang in the centre of busy Rome, we didn’t hear a thing and slept soundly. We do note that there is no natural light or windows in this apartment, but as we were never there during the day, and didn’t return home till early evening each day, it didn’t matter one bit.
By the way, we walked EVERYWHERE with Roam the Gnome and Jack in the pram. But there’s plenty of buses on the main road, a taxi rank around the corner, and ubers just a phone call away should you wish to save your sanity!
Self Catering if you please, but why would you?
It’s totally possible to self cater here if absolutely necessary but with so many restaurants and cafes around the place, you won’t need to. Claudio even provides an Italian breakfast on your first day with Coffee (!), Sicilian oranges, Brioshe breads, Milk and Fruit Juice, Toast and Jam.
Nearby, within two minutes walking distance, you’ll find a Gelati shop, Pizza and Pasta restaurants, the cutest Pinocchio Toy Shop for all your perfect souvenirs, cafes selling everything from Nutella-loaded crepes, waffles and divine Italian Hot Chocolate. (My mouth is watering at the memory of how good that was!) Oh, and this place. THE leather handbag shopping street you must visit.
If you are searching for cheap apartments in Rome, the Trevi Independent suite tops our list for the perfect location in Rome. See all the sights – the Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, The Vatican, Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon. Then visit all the family travel attractions too! (Click on the blue links at the bottom of the page for all the kid-friendly highlights in Rome!)
Would we stay there again? In a flash. Claudio was a gracious host, and SO helpful to us upon our chec-in, providing us with the best Rome walking map I’ve ever seen and tonnes of tips of where to go with the kids. We doubled our list of things to do with kids in rome in just one conversation!
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