APT029 San Lorenzo - University (2)

Apartment (650 sq ft) with a/c in San Lorenzo historic district; accommodates up to 4; BR double bed & living room double sofa bed; bath with large shower; equipped kitchenette, TV, Internet Wi-Fi, double glazed windows

• 45sqm, sleeps up to 4; 1st floor with elevator
No Smoking; Children welcome; Pets not allowed; Pets on premises? No;
• Includes: A/C, TV, dishwasher, hairdryer, internet 

Prices per night
Number of guests
Apartment € 120 € 140 € 140

Area: San Lorenzo

This 45 sqm air conditioned apartment is located in a palace in the heart of the historic district of San Lorenzo. A perfect apartment for travelers who are interested in staying in a very historical quarter of Rome… one that goes back many centuries.
In the San Lorenzo District travelers can walk down old streets that have been witness to centuries of Roman social and political history. It remains a very popular area of Rome that still has a large population of old Roman families. The students of the nearby University of Rome are joining the changing scene and mixing with the local population who have lived in the neighborhood for generations.
Today San Lorenzo has become one of the most vibrant areas of Rome, full of pubs, wine bars, pizzerias and cultural events.
This apartment can accommodate up to four people. It consists of:
- a bedroom with a double bed;
- a living room with a double sofa bed;
- a bathroom with a large shower;
- a dressing room;
- a large entrance hall with a small table and chairs for eating;
- a kitchenette set in one wall of the living room includes a ceramic stove, a sink, a refrigerator, a dishwasher and a tea kettle, iron and iron board and a vacuum. 

The entire apartment is painted in bright, fresh colors and furnished with designer pieces from Artemide lamps to Kartell chairs. It also includes a TV, an Internet Wi-Fi, double glazed windows and a security door.
Pets and smoking are not permitted.

This apartment is located on the same floor as our apartments APT003 and APT045 making it possible for a group or a large family traveling together (up to 12 people), to be accommodated in the same location.

This lively area, within easy walking distance to the Stazione Termini, the main railroad station in Rome as well as a main bus and Subway terminal, is well connected by public transportation to all sections of the city.
The district maintains a particular charm of the Rome of the 1960’s. Its streets are a mixture of older shops, trattorias and interesting artisans’ shops, still home to many craftsmen and goldsmiths, mingling with trendy bistros and restaurants. Adding to these are alternative shops (health food stores, oriental objects) and boutiques of interest to young people. Restaurants and inexpensive pizzerias are abundant. All this activity makes it an excellent area in which to get a feeling of everyday life in Rome. Among the most fashionable is the Pastificio Cerere (Pasta Factory), an old factory that has been converted into an artists’ space that includes a good restaurant directly in front of the house; Said, an old chocolate lab that has expanded its activities in the area; Tram-Tram, a restaurant that offers traditional Roman food such as pizza with sourdough; Fariné for a delicious pizza; the Franco al Vicoletto restaurant specializing in seafood at reasonable prices and the Pantera Rosa (=Pink Panther) pizzeria in the Piazza del Verano.
During weekend evenings no private traffic is allowed in this area.

Extra charge of €50 for check-in after 9pm.


- Sapienza University 400 m
- Termini station 900 m
- Colosseo 2,5 km

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