The SpaceThis elegant apartment, located on the first floor consists of two bedrooms tastefully decorated overlooking the Tiber, bathroom, heating and air conditioning. The kitchen equipped with every comfort, offers the opportunity to receive on request at home the private chef.
Guests can use the living room, dining area, TV, washing machine, dryer, wi-fi.
To visit the city Homeinn provides the private transfer with or without drivers.
The daily maid service.
Among the extra services Homeinn offers home masseuse, hairdresser and beautician. Guest AccessWe encourage guests to provide in advance the exact time and the place of arrival (airport or station), so we can better organize the reception. Upon arrival at the airport or train station the private tranfer will welcome you and take you to your destination. Interaction with GuestsGuests on arrival at the apartment meet a person who will do their check-in. Welcome them, show the house, hand over the keys and provide them with all the information needed to ensure a comfortable and assisted living. Upon arrival guests will find a rich welcome basket of snacks! The NeighborhoodThe apartment is located in the heart of the historic center of Rome, exactly halfway between San Pietro and the characteristic Trastevere district, an ideal place to taste the real Roman cuisine, stroll through its narrow streets and enjoy the architecture (San Pietro in Montorio ), art (Villa Farnesina) and the magnificent scenery (the Janiculum terrace) which slopes to the exact location of the house. The Janiculum Terrace is the better vantage point of Rome, especially in the late afternoon when the dabasso city is lit by the setting sun to a yellow light that enhances the natural color of most of the Roman buildings.
A road runs along the entire top of the hill, with breathtaking views of the city that go to the horizon: it is called the Janiculum Walk, opened in the late '800 when the green areas, originally belonging to private villas and palaces, they became public gardens.
From Piazza Della Rovere a double ramp climbs along the eastern side of the hill, just before the tunnel that runs under the Janiculum; on the side belonging to the village, the road follows a massive sixteenth-century bastion that crosses the top of the hill.
The night of Trastevere is animated by tourists and Romans who flock to the numerous clubs and pubs dotted along its streets. It is one of the most lively and characteristic of the city. Offers taverns, typical Roman restaurants (very famous is the Osteria da "Cencio" and "Swear Word", "Rugantino" and "Gigetto") the pizzerias, as well as cinemas, markets (San Cosimato Square was renovated just recently ), banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, boutiques and shops of all kinds. The most interesting places for young people are particularly Piazza Trilussa, the local "Brakes and Clutches", one of the meeting points of Rome for the classic "aperitif", Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere (where the eponymous Romanesque church) and the bar "Callisto."
The Nice to see: the Botanical Garden.
This beautiful garden is located where once the spices were grown by monks for pharmaceutical means. The botanical garden as it is today is a wonderful immersion in vegetable and various garden styles biodiversity: there is also something that never you can expect to see the shadow of the dome of St. Peter: a Japanese garden!
The Villa Farnesina: within walking distance from home, the Villa Farnesina in via Lungara, in the heart of Trastevere, one of the most noble and harmonious expressions of the Italian Renaissance, frescoed with paintings inspired by classical myths by Raphael, Sebastiano del Piombo, John from Udine, Giovanni Bazzi called Sodoma and Giulio Romano. The villa is now the representative office of the Accademia dei Lincei. Getting AroundThe house is easily reached from Termini station and the airport, it is also close to a secure parking. Other Things to NoteCheck-in 2:00 pm to 1:00 am (the following day)
Check out no later than 10:00 am
Upon arrival, guests must provide their names and pay the tourist tax, which amounts to 3.50 euro per person per day, not included in the cost of booking (free children under 10 years) and to be paid for a maximum of 10 consecutive nights.
Practice good neighborly avoiding excessive noise throughout the day and especially after 10:00 pm and until 8:00 am in the morning.
Pets are allowed, as well as welcome.