We suggest you to come in our special apartment, located at the second floor of a 2 storeyed 1928 building with a out-of-time courtyard. The flavour is that of a lively countryside still being in the centre of Rome!
At the same time, the space has a good luminosity and is very quiet. It's also a really nice and pretty place to stay. San Lorenzo is central and easily connected to the city's wonders:
20 minutes to get to Termini Station.
One bus straight to the historical center (Piazza Navona, Pantheon etc.)
Ten minutes walking to Catacombe di Santa Priscilla and Catacombe di Santa Costanza.
In few meters supermarkets, cinemas, restaurants (Italian, Chinese, Japanese ).
The room you will stay in is independent, and has a door. Closing it you'll have your own intimity. There are 3 different spaces: a high ceiling room for daily life, a mezzanine with a large double bed and shelves, a private bathroom with small bath tub.
Before making a reservation please note:
- the sleeping around is planned only for 2 persons, but eventually and with a small surcharge a third one can sleep in a futon/sofa.
- Towels and sheets are supplied.
- Inclusive Wi-Fi internet.
- we are always with a smile ;) and if you have any question, we will answer you with pleasure !
ABOUT SAN LORENZO DISTRICT (from the '36 Hours in Rome' guide of the New York Times)
Not all of Rome is set in stone. For a dose of neo-realism, stroll around San Lorenzo (madeinsanlorenzo.it), a former working-class district near the Termini station that’s come alive with chic boutiques and workshops. Find handmade women’s clothing and jewelry at Myriam B. (Via dei Volsci, 75; 39-06-4436-1305; myriamb.it). Claudio Sanò (Largo degli Osci 67/A; 39-06-4469-284; claudiosano.it) makes custom bags and other leather goods, and Candle’s Store (Via dei Campani, 49; 39-06-446-4849; candlestore.it) has artisanal candles.
A handful of restaurants specialize in what Italians call “creative cuisine,” new takes on old standards. One of the newest is Pastificio San Lorenzo (Via Tiburtina, 196; 39-06-9727-3519; pastificiocerere.com), an upscale yet informal restaurant and wine bar that opened last year in a former pasta factory. Favorites include a breaded poached egg in a delicate Mornay sauce (10 euros), grilled tuna with a yogurt sauce (20 euros) and a roasted suckling pig with sugar-coated figs and blanched French beans (18 euros).