We have nicknamed this apartment the "White House", since the walls, the ceilings (except for the beams), the sofas, the beds , the kitchen etc. are all white.
Here you stay in the middle of Rome (450 metres from the Trevi Fountain and 700 metres from the Pantheon) on the 4th floor of a beautiful old building. You can take the elevator but you can take the steps if you want.
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It is a presentable, bright apartment with lots of space and a lovely undisturbed terrace. The apartment offers every modern comfort (air conditioning, dishwasher, wireless internet, washing machine, satellite TV and DVD player) and a good room with ample space for all guests.
2 bedroom apartment - sleeps 4/5
- The apartment consists of a large living room with a sofa, an open kitchen with 2 ceramic hobs, an oven, toaster, kettle, dishwasher and fridge freezer and large dining table, which with a little ingenuity can be used by 8 people. In the living room there is an alcove with a small bed (about 160 cm long) behind a curtain and a bathroom with a shower and a WC. From the living room you have access to a double bedroom and a house bathroom with a shower and toilet and a second bedroom with two single beds. From the living room you can also get out on your terrace, where you find a stone table with benches (also in stone).
Lovely apartment, is perfectly located, big, spacious and good for children, but all the kitchen chairs except one were broken in the back, so you couldn't sit on them, and on the wonderful roof terrace there's missing some pillows for the stone bench! Besides, it hadn't been cleaned when we arrived, so we had to leave the apartment again, so it could be cleaned - not that great with too children, who's tired from a long journey. Soap was missing for the washing machine, and something was wrong with it, so it didn't finish the wash. So all in all, there were too many flaws and sources of irritation, which we hope, you'll make sure gets fixed, because it is a great apartment, which we would have thought about returning to.
Generally a good apartment with the right location around the centre of Rome.
There is plenty of room in the apartment for 4-5 people, and it is nice with several bathrooms.
When all that has been said, we also have to conclude, that the apartment, in multiple areas, could be better, when you pay as much as you do for it.
Below is what we concluded we needed:
The washer didn't have salt or stress relief, which could be seen clearly, on the porcelain in the apartment. We bought salt + stress relief.
And after a couple days, the porcelain started looking better. In addition, there is a battery at the sink, which isn't attached, so you were almost scared it was gonna jump off, and several power sockets weren't attached to the wall.
Several of the dining room chairs were broken at the back, and the furniture in general, needed a significant cleaning. The covers and other things were very dirty.
In 2 of the bathrooms the mirrors were partly broken, the toilet seat cracked, and almost no water pressure, when you took a shower. The water pressure thing was a general problem in all of the bathrooms.
There could also have been a double bed in the smaller bedroom, instead of 2 single beds.
it ends well, but the fixed "furniture" in stone, should instead have been some nice terrace furniture so you could sit properly, when you had the option to enjoy the Italian weather.
Alternatively some cushions could have made a big difference. We missed a big garden parasol.
There should be hired a plumber and electrician to run through the entire apartment to fix the things we noted.