Up to 2+1 people
From 125 € / night
This stylish Rome apartment is a real pearl. It features a nicely furnished living room with nice artwork, an elegant fireplace, and a single sofa bed. The wide windows and the high ceilings make this loft unique.
The apartment’s position is absolutely fantastic, as it is situated above a beautiful garden full of plants (and orange trees!), and an antique theater. The kitchen is well equipped with a gas stove, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, and a washing machine. It has a balcony where you can have a romantic dinner or, during the summer, a delicious breakfast while you soak up the sun. It is a very peaceful corner of Rome, extremely central and quiet all at once.
The master bedroom features a wide and comfortable king size bed. The apartment is provided with Internet access (wireless). The bathroom is quite large and features a comfortable shower. The apartment is air conditioned.
You also have access to a safe where you can securely store anything you need to.
Location: Trastevere is an old and typical Roman neighborhood situated in the heart of Rome. The most appealing trait of the area is its character: the popular Roman atmosphere with a cosmopolitan and modern flavor.
|Low season (Jan 8-31, Feb, Nov 16-30, Dec 1-20)||125 €|
|Mid season (Mar 1-15, Jul, Aug)||130 €|
|High season (Jan 1-7, Mar 16-31, Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov 1-15, Dec 21-31)||145 €|
|Linens and towels are included.|
|Optional Airport transfer||55 €|
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Dear Romeloft, Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for such a wonderful get-away, and the true care of compassion you took in making sure our honeymoon wasunforgettable. The restaurants recommendations were fabulous , and we thoughly enjoyed your beautiful and romantic city!!! We will definetely...Read More look you up again when we return…and we hope that’s soon!:) Thank you for everything, Josie and James
Ciao; We just returned home from a month long trip to Italy which began in Rome and lasted about 5 days at the Panieri Loft in Trastavere, Rome. When booking the Apartment we arranged the Car Transfer and after a long flight it was wonderful. The Driver literally dropped us off at the door in the...Read More early AM hours and Mr. Honey was there to greet us and help us get situated. The apartment was lovely, cozy and clean and the garden terrace was a nice private place to sit and have breakfast and to have a glass of wine after a day of sightseeing. The Terrace is connected to a Drama School which is quaint and really adds some culture to the experience. The area was within walking distance to everything including the Vatican and all other major sights and was just the perfect location. The booking process was very simple and extremely professional. Our only regret was we had not booked longer. We loved the our trip to Rome and the Panieri Loft made even more lovely. It is in a wonderful and very safe area. We cannot recommend Rome Loft enough. Thanks Mr. Sunny. Kathy and Gerard - Canada
Thanks to all the team at RomeLoft. Finding and booking our appartement plus having the driver pick us up at the airport made life so easy thanks to the very efficient team. The Panieri loft situated in the Trastevere area was really nice and cosy, perfect for a couple and ideally situated. We wa...Read Morelked everywhere, which for us is the only way to visit a city like Rome, and what a beautiful city it is! The loft has every thing one needs and is very funtional,simple but nicely decorated.The only "negative" points was lack of space in the bathroom to put creams, brush etc..and I did hurt my ankle on the corner of the bottom step of the stairs leading up to the bedroom, but maybe that is just me! And a few small spoons and a few english tv channels would be a plus even though nearly everyone has a computer etc.. just to catch up with the news or watch a film in the evening. So really nothing really terrible! There are lots of good restaurants in the Trastevere area which is great as I must admit after a long day walking we did not really have the energy to go anywhere else and to be honest it rained quite a lot in the evening being mid November. Restaurants I would suggest are the Dar Poeta for a good pizza, a lasagne at Il Duca and also Marco G on via Garibaldi.Before diner we would have a spritz at the Ombre Rosse just a few steps away from the Piazza Santa Maria. There is also a small shop with everything one needs just round the corner on the via Garibaldi and seems to be open all the time! Also try the 313 Cavour,close to the Forum for wonderful food and wine, not as cheap as the above places but definately worth it if you are a foodie! Do not miss either a drop dead tiramisu from Da Pompi close to the Piazza di Spagna! I could go on and on about all the wonderful places to visit and eat at! I have raved to all our friends about RomeLoft ever since our return, and we can't wait to go back in the spring with better weather and we shall definately book an appartment through them. Thanks once again to Sibilla, Mr Honey and our driver.