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We booked 8 nights at the Villa della Cisterna "Apartment" (Marzia is the host) through AIRBNB.
Please be advised of the following.
1st- the place is not an apartment it is a basement.
2nd- we are 24h no sleeping because the "apartment" is right on...More
Response from romequiethome, Proprietario at Rome Quiet HomeResponded June 27, 2017
I'm sorry for your bad adventure but this is not my apartment, this is another apartment in the same building.
My apartment is a groud floor :)
We stayed at Appartamento Rione di Ponte in July this summer and the apartment was better than expected. It will be my first go to apartment the next time we are in Rome. The location of this clean apartment is great for exploring Rome, it's...More
we stayed at the apartment that is close to the Pantheon. as a couple who was out sight-seeing all day and was at the apartment only for naps and showers i can say that it was all we needed: a nice place to stay, at...More
The apartment is on the ground floor and so close to the square which makes it an excellent choice.
There are so many pavement restaurants to choose from within a minutes walk.
The entertainment on the square was fantastic with different performers every night.
This is a great apartment. We stayed three night in September 2014. Marzia was very helpful via email whilst we were booking in. Signora Aurica was equally as helpful when we checked in. The location is superb. Even with children of 5 and 8 years...More
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