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5.0 stars 08-16-2016
This place was more that we asked for, it was gorgeous but it was also practical. The practical aspects was its location: it is around 15 minute walking distance from The Pantheon, 15 minutes from Pont Sant'Angelo, 30 minutes to the Coleusm!
Additional to this, this apartment has great bath/water pressure from the shower head, there is a cheap Carrefour near by, and It also offers free WiFi.
This rental is highly recommended!Gabrielle C. reviewed Appartamento Navona 2 in Campo Marzio
4.0 stars 08-01-2016
Silvia is wonderful, very responsive. the apartment is in a great location for our needs, it's as promised with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, however there is no living room at all for family members to meet, there is a kitchen with a long table for eating, but nothing else. There is a very strange plumbing in some of the bathrooms that make very loud noise when the pump works, we were afraid of waking up the rest of the group in the middle of the night. The water pressure is very weak as well. The kitchen needs some additional items if the family is planning on cooking and eating at the apartment. But all together, we had a great time staying in the apartment. Than you.Elena reviewed stanze vaticane in Rome
4.0 stars 07-01-2016
We had 5 wonderful days in a wonderful apartment in a wonderful city..! The apartment were very nice. Great location. We walked to everything. We enjoyed living in Trastevere because of all the nearby restaurants. Staying in this apartment does also means that you can reach a pizza or get something to drink from a little local shop in just 2 minutes.. I will recommend this apartment to every one I know.. :-)Pernille reviewed Modern 3-BR Apt in city center w. balcony in Trastevere
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