Penthouse Monteverde in Central Rome
|Per night||€65 - €105|
The flat can accommodate up to 6 people and is made of one bedroom, one chill-out lounge, one kitchen, one small lounge, one bathroom and one large balcony (it is a penthouse flat) with a superb view. The flat is well served with public transport and nearby amenities. It is a friendly family run business English is spoken fluently.
|May 01 2013||Oct 31 2013||€95||-||-||-||1 night|
|Nov 01 2013||Dec 22 2013||€65||-||-||-||1 night|
|Dec 23 2013||Jan 06 2014||€105||-||-||-||3 nights|
|Jan 07 2014||Feb 28 2014||€65||-||-||-||1 night|
|Mar 01 2014||Apr 30 2014||€80||-||-||-||1 night|
|Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: 200 Euro|
|Payment Options: PayPal|
|Other Fees: Above rates apply for 1-2 persons. Please add 5 euros for each extra guest. Children under 18 pay 1 Euro per night each. Cleaning is 25 euros (for 4 people and above 33 euros) irrespective of the length of the stay to be added to total price. Please enquiry for weekly nights rates. Last minute and special offers available please feel free to enquire.|
Foley family from Munchen, Germany.
Our family of 5 have just returned from a 5 night stay in the Penthouse Monteverde. Could not have asked for a better place to stay. The apartment is just a few minutes walk from a short (maybe 10 minutes, tops) tram ride into the heart of the city. Plenty of restaurants, bakeries, shops, etc. in the immediate neighborhood--a nice respite from the crowds in the center after a long day of sightseeing with the kids. Lovely view from the rooftop terrace. The large, wonderful open air market is just a 10 minute walk up the street. And for fitness buffs, the Villa Doria Pamphilij is less than 2 kilometers away (and is right on the tram line), offering tons of scenic walking/running trails with lovely views out over the city. Andrea, the owner, and his father were extremely friendly and helpful. Could not have been better, and we would not hesitate to stay there again on a return visit. Thanks, Andrea!
Raylee (NZ family), 24 october 2011
Our family, including 3 young teenagers, had a fabulous time in Rome staying at Penthouse Monteverde. Il Giardino restaurant up the road was fabulous, and the market two tram stops further on, well worth a visit for fresh meat, fish, cheese, fruit & vege. The apartment is well located for trams into the city, quiet and peaceful. We would recommend hiring a scooter for the full on Rome experience! Thanks to andrea & his Dad for helping out with ordering our taxi to the airport and access to watch the Rugby World Cup final - Go the all Blacks! We would definitely stay here again.
Michael E. from Los Angeles, USA
3 October 2011
This place was wonderful - a perfect way to spend a week in Rome. From spectacular sunsets watched from the terrace to a great area of the city to stay in - i am not sure it could be improved! Great layout, the air conditioning was a huge bonus in an autumnal heatwave, and thoughtfully furnished, with lots of books, maps and ideas for things to do. It really did feel like a home away from home. The free wi-fi was an added bonus. The apartment is in an older building that oozes charm, but does mean you have to be fairly hardy to tackle the 109 steps to the apartment with a suitcase. The area is fairly quiet but has some fantastic local delis and neighbourhood restaurants - and is a peaceful oasis after a day in the crazy Rome city centre. Parking in the neighbourhood is typically Roman madness so good luck if you are bringing a car. Parking anywhere in the city looked like organized chaos, but without any sense of organization, and anything larger than a Smart car just looked hard work. The apartment is about a 5 minute walk from the tram stop. Bring lots of 1 Euro coins so you can buy tickets on board (1 Euro gets you 75 minutes on public transport). The Tobaci over the road from the junction of De Lellis on the main road sells tickets if you want to buy them in advance. Once on the main road - you can walk 2 minutes downhill (opposite the hospital entrance) to get on a tram... but when you are traveling back home, get off at the tram stop after that one - and avoid a walk back uphill to De Lellis... Save your energy for those 109 stairs! The tram goes to argentina which is fairly central and means that you can pretty much walk to most of the sites from there - and takes about 15 minutes. They run from early morning till about midnight (later I think on weekends) - but, at night, make sure you press the 'stop' button in advance to request the tram stops at the next station to save yourself being shouted at by the driver. The trams are new and air conditioned and everyone is friendly and helpful. And remember to validate your ticket when you get on.. there are lots of machines on board to do this. The lovely owner booked us a car to take us to and from the airport (it's about 35 Euros), which was well worth it, although you can get the tram. In fact, the lovely owner couldn't have been more helpful throughout the booking process and during our stay. Oh, and bring some insect repellent if you are prone to being eaten by mosquitoes. I was eaten alive on a few evenings - though no-one else seemed to experience any problems. (A quick tip about repelling mosquitoes.. put a sheet of Bounce in your pocket! As someone who is mauled by the things wherever I go, it seems to work like magic in keeping them away. And you get to smell like clean washing.) I have no doubt that we will be back to Rome, which was an amazing city and, equally, I have no doubt that I will stay here again. I fell in love with the place.