The house is not far from the centre of Rome and it is situated in the most important street of the area. Viale Guglielmo Marconi is a long road that connects Trastevere, the historic district of Rome, with the modern district of EUR.
Rome is a great place for shopping, with designer outlets and department stores all over the city. A cosmopolitan and thriving capital city for over 2000 years, Rome provides a multi-ethnic mix that is both attractive and explosive! Rome is home to a diverse array of shopping opportunities; Marconi area is the most renowned shopping Rome areas.
The boulevard, full of shops, is a reference point for shopping, which the Romans from all over the big city cannot give up, and is particularly popular with young trendy Romans.
A big supermarket, a bar and a pizzeria are located just after the door of the building.
Only by staying in these area you can understand life in Rome and the Romans. The house is located in a prestigious building, with lift / elevator (1st floor)
(ANIMALS NOT ALLOWED)
The house is about 40 mts square, isn't a big house and it's perfect for 2 people; it was renovated between December 2015 – January 2016. There are:
•1st bedroom with a double bed, air conditioned, lockable door for maximum privacy, TV Led, heating,
•2nd room with a double bed, lockable door for maximum privacy, TV Led, heating, kitchen corner with stove, fridge, freezer, microwave, Italian coffee machine (moka); these room has the function of living / dining room with sofa, table and chairs.
•1 bathroom with WC, bidet, washbasin, shower, hairdryer, washing machine, iron, ironing board, etc.
SERVICES OFFERED FREE
Furniture of bed and bath linen;
A/C - Heating;
Electricity, Water, etc
Check-in from 16.00
Check-out from 10.00
Maps of Roma
Every assistance by the owner
SERVICES OFFERED FOR A FEE
Transfers from / to airports;
INTERNET line and WI-FI at request
Possibility of garage in the area
Late check in from 21:00
Extra change linen
Final or additional cleaning
Tourist tax is required by law and compulsory (see file about law) €. 3,50 per person per night, free for children under 10 years old (the tourist tax must be paid at the arrival).
TRANSPORTS IN MARCONI AREA
Viale Marconi is reached by the Metro B line.
Marconi metro station is in the final stretch of the avenue near the junction with Via Cristoforo Colombo far enough away from the area where are concentrated most of the shops is that between the square of the Radio and Marconi bridge.
So perhaps it is more convenient from Termini take bus 170 and get off at Piazza della Radio, or alternatively if you want to avoid traffic on weekdays, you can still take the subway and then come back with the same 170 for a few stops down immediately after crossing the Marconi bridge.
You can arrive :
Line (FM1) from Fiumicino Airport, also known as Regional Train, which stops in some of the main stations in Rome (Tiburtina, Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere) with frequency of every 15 minutes on weekdays and public holidays every 30 minutes. Get off the train at TRASTEVERE Station and walk for about mts., or get bus line (terminal bus line 766 or at stop line 170 and get off at stop MARCONI/MEUCCI) ;
Line EXPRESS from/to Rome Termini – Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo Express), departing from/to Termini Station takes about 30 minutes non-stop intermediate; at Termini station get in bus line 170 (terminal at platform H or I) and get off at the stop « MARCONI/MEUCCI ».
There are a lot of bus lines from/to Marconi:
170 – TERMINI – EUR (Agricolture) – It passes for Republic Square (Metro A), National Boulevard, Quirinale Palace, Venice Square, Ara Coeli, Palatine Hill, Teatro Marcello, Bocca della Verità (The mouth of Truth), TESTACCIO Village, TRASTEVERE Village, Viale MARCONI Boulevard (stop of the house MARCONI/MEUCCI) (Metro B), EUR Village;
766 – TRASTEVERE STATION – EUR DIVINO AMORE Church – It passes for Viale MARCONI boulevard (Metro B), Papal Basilica of Saint PAUL outside the Walls (Metro B), and EUR Ardeatina;
781 - PIAZZA VENEZIA – MAGLIANA – It passes for Venice Square, Ara Coeli, Palatine Hill, Teatro Marcello, Bocca della Verità (The mouth of Truth), TESTACCIO Village, TRASTEVERE Village, Square of the Radio, MAGLIANA Village;
780 - PIAZZA VENEZIA – EUR SPORTS HALL - It passes for Venice Square, Ara Coeli, Palatine Hill, Teatro Marcello, TRASTEVERE Village and all Trastevere boulevard, Square of the Radio, MAGLIANA Village; EUR Village, EUR Sports Hall; (Metro B)
791 - EUR SPORTS HALL (Metro B) – CORNELIA (Metro A) - It passes for EUR Village, Viale Marconi boulevard, MONTEVERDE Village, AURELIO Village.
128 – BASILICA SAINT PAUL METRO B – PARK MARRIOTT HOTEL – It passes for MAGLIANA Village, Lungotevere Meucci, Marriott Hotel.
METRO-SUBWAY- B LINE – MARCONI Station (for Basilica Saint Paul, Piramyd, Circus Maximus, Colosseum, Termini etc.)
Rome, the eternal city
The eternal city is a unique place where the remains of a splendid past mingle with the peculiar personality of its people. Strolling through Rome is like visiting a museum: its monuments, squares, churches, fountains and the Roman Coliseum bear witness to the glorious battles between Roman gladiators.
All these sights are complemented by its friendly people, the reason why it is one of the world´s most-visited cities. Our House is located in one of the most authentic and charming areas of the Trastevere.
This traditional neighbourhood is still one of the city's prettiest and most typical, as well as being its nightlife and open-air theatre hub. It has beautiful squares, churches and historic side streets where you can lose yourself and discover the pure essence of Rome. What are you waiting for? Come and discover this wonderful city.
The Trastevere is the ideal place for losing yourself in its colourful streets, squares and vast gardens, such as those of Julius Caesar, where apparently Cleopatra once lived. Once inhabited by craftsmen, fishermen and traders, it is now one of the city´s most characteristic neighbourhoods, where the visitor to our House can walk and look around.
The Coliseum and the Roman Forum
The Coliseum is a true Roman architectural marvel, with a capacity for 60,000 spectators and the symbol of the famous fights between gladiators and wild beasts. The Forum was the centre of the political, religious and commercial life of Ancient Rome. If you come to our hotel in Rome, you simply must visit the via Sacra [Sacred Road], once the site of religious processions and victory marches.
Piazza Navona and Fontana di Trevi
During your stay at our hotel in Rome, you must also visit the Baroque works. The Piazza Navona is one of the typical squares of Baroque Rome, with its ever-full terrace cafés. It boasts the Fountain of the Four Rivers, which represents the giants of the epoch: the River Plate, the Danube, the Ganges and the Nile. And visitors should not forgot to throw in the mandatory coin into the waters of the Fontana di Trevi to make sure that they will return to the Eternal City one day, where they will always have a place in our House.
Piazza di Spagna
The Piazza di Spagna, with its large staircase, has always been a meeting point, not just for Romans, but also for foreign visitors and artists. The square is also the point of departure for the most famous streets, such as via Condotti, packed with shops selling all the international fashion brands.
By staying at our House you can also make the most of the opportunity to visit this state, which has been independent since 1929, erected on the site where Saint Peter the Martyr suffered and was buried. In the 4th Century AC, Constantine, the first Christian emperor, together with Bramante, Michelangelo and Maderno, built a splendid basilica, which was successively rebuilt until it was consecrated in 1626.
St. Peter's Basilica
No photograph could ever convey the impact of this magnificent building on visitors, the splendour of its decoration, the works of art it houses, such as Michelangelo's dome and the great Saint Peter's Square. Whether you come to our House on a pleasure trip or for spiritual reasons you must come to admire this basilica.
The Vatican Museums
Any stay at our hotel in Rome is a fine opportunity to enjoy the city's art and culture. The fruit of centuries of collecting and papal commissions, the city has Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Etruscan and Renaissance art treasures, such as the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel.
The Road of the Conciliation leads to the Castel Sant'Angelo, the fortress of the popes, erected in the Middle Ages over the remains of the tomb of emperor Hadrian (2nd Century AD). Close to the Trastevere area, we would propose a walk through the nearby streets, finishing at our hotel in Rome, for which purpose the best time of day is dusk.
During your stay, please follow the tips for better living:
1.The hour of silence is from 14,00 to 16,00;
2.Check-in is from 16.00 or before (ask to the owner)
3.At your arrival you have to pay tourist tax (free under 10 years old)
4.In the district is REQUIRED separate collection (otherwise severe penalties).
Containers located in the streets collect:
•organic material (recyclable)
•inorganic material (not recyclable)
•Paper, cardboard and derivatives (white box);
•Plastic and metal (blue box);
•Glass (green box).
Before your departure, in order to facilitate the arrival of the next tenant, please kindly:
5.Drain and discard all the waste inside the house;
6.Allow all utensils clean;
7.Turn off, Switch off or set to zero heating in winter, the water heater or rather disconnect the switch of electricity and A/C;
8.Close all shutters, windows and doors;
9.Hand over the keys to the owner or put them on the table and close the apartment door.
10.Check-out is at 10.00 a.m.
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