Very Good10 Reviews
0.12km from La Locanda Di PietroI stayed here with a group of friends for one night in June as we were all attending the Pearl Jam concert at Stadio Olimpico so wanted to be somewhere relatively nearby. We rented what I understand to be 3 of the Tiny Home apartments – each one has its own front door that locks, and inside you have beds or bedrooms (depending on the size) / bathroom / small kitchenette. There’s also a couple of central areas with tables & chairs so that you can all mingle together. The rooms themselves were really bright & clean & modern; the beds were very comfortable, and the shower was luxurious! It’s situated very near to the Vatican Museum, but once you’re in the Tiny Home upstairs (it’s the second floor of a massive building), you don’t really hear the crowds or realise that you’re in such a busy city. It was a hot night so I had all the windows open & wasn’t disturbed by the noise until the early morning – shutting the windows soon solved that! The one that I stayed in had a kettle & a microwave provided, plus a small fridge that had products available as a minibar (I didn’t have anything from that, but prices were clearly listed). Fresh clean towels were plentiful & the whole apartment was spotless. The mini apartments themselves are made of wood, so wooden walls / cupboards etc – I’ve attached a couple of photos that I took. But they were well-soundproofed so I didn’t hear anyone from any of the other apartments that night. The people running the apartment were really helpful when we’d settled in – they gave recommendations for local shops, checked we were ok, and booked taxis for us (both to get to the Pearl Jam concert, and then the following morning for a couple of us to travel to Ciampino airport). So that was a huge bonus – rather than trying to organise a taxi to pick us up at 8am, Andrea organised it for us (we were communicating via WhatsApp). His English was excellent – no idea if he spoke any other languages, but it was very helpful to have a native Italian speaker when trying to negotiate a taxi to the concert etc! It’s also really useful to have your own set of keys to the place, meaning you can come & go as you choose – so for example, when we all got back at about 1.30am, there were no issues with accessing the building or our Tiny Homes. I would definitely stay there again, and would also recommend it to anyone that wants a relatively central place to stay in Rome (the nearest Metro stop is about a 5 minute walk away) that is clean, modern, and comfortable.