Simple yet practical with an emphasis on comfort and privacy, rather than any delusions of grandeur, this home offers a humble stay that provides a relaxing atmosphere to return to after action-packed trips out in Rome. Where the apartment really comes alive is in the personality of the space. Strange as it might seem, the home has something of a sense of humour and playfulness that manifests itself in the design and decorations. Mid-century furniture creates a rather European set-up as it's clear from the moment you step inside that you're on holiday in Italy. House plants, terracotta bedroom walls and quirky artwork set the scene for an authentic stay with bags of character. Since Rome's world-renowned sights are all within close reach, you'll have an idyllic base from which to explore the city with ease. Take a ten-minute stroll to Villa Borghese or hop on the easily accessible bus and tram lines to visit tourist attractions further afield.
Home truths: *While there's a lift most of the way, there are a few short flights of stairs as well before you reach the front door
*One person can sleep on a sofa bed in the living room, but they wouldn't have much privacy
*The balcony's nice to have, but it isn't really big enough to socialise on
*Free street parking and paid public parking is available for guests who are bringing cars
*A children's crib and high chair are available on request
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