Home at Rome: holiday apartment rentals in Trastevere
I’ve traveled far and wide, and whenever someone asks me where I’m from, they melt as I pronounce the word “Roma”. It’s not just that I’m from Italy, it’s that Rome is so fascinating to everyone. And once the cat is out of the box, they tell me they’re planning a trip to Rome and start flooding me with questions.
“What should I see? Where should I eat? Where should I stay?” To the last question, I start explaining that a central accommodation is a must when in Rome. I start listing my favorite neighbourhoods and their eyes start to sparkle as I describe Trastevere. Central location, footsteps from major tourist attractions, bustling piazzas and nightlife, romantic churches and yummy trattorias, plus … a great mix of locals and tourists.
That’s when I realise I’ve hypnotised them. They want to stay in Trastevere, and there’s no more arguing about that. The next question is the obvious “do you know any nice places we could stay in?”, to which I’ve only just found out the answer. For all you travelers out there that want to stay in the charming Trastevere, listen up. There’s a small agency called “Home at Rome” that offers a selection of comfortable apartments in Rome, right in Trastevere.
They offer four different apartments tastefully decorated to suit your every need. And no need to worry about amenities, all of Home at Rome’s apartments have air-conditioning (you’ll thank them if you’re visiting in August), free high-speed Wi-Fi and a fully-equipped kitchen. Plus, each apartment comes with other amenities depending on your needs. But one thing’s for sure, it’s not just the apartments that you’ll fall in love with, the staff hosting you will become your IT people for anything you may need. Need someone to point you to the right direction? Or maybe restaurant recommendations and airport transfers? Talk to Home at Rome’s staff. And yes, they all speak English so no need to use Google translator to explain yourselves!
So let’s explore those apartments, shall we? If you’re on the hunt for a suite, the Garibaldi Suite may be your perfect choice. Set in a historic building, the apartment is approximately 50 square meters and can accomodate four people. It has one bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed, a fully equipped kitchen, one bathroom and a flat-screen TV. Another option is the Sistina House, also 50 square meters with a living room with an open kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom with a double bed and a sofa bed in the living room.
For a bit more space, opt for the Garibaldi Deluxe, also set in a historic building. The apartment is 60 square meters and can accomodate four people. It has one bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed, a fully equipped kitchen, one bathroom and a flat-screen TV.
And if you’re just two people, it’s no doubt that the Garibaldi Studio is your best bet! Snuggle up in this 35 square meter studio equipped with a small kitchen and … wait for it … a wellness area with a shower with two large shower heads, chromo-therapy and a relaxing sun lounger.
I definitely think it’s time to book those apartments and start packing your bags. For more info on pricing and apartments, check out Home at Rome’s website.
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