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Il mio alloggio è situato nel quartiere Spagna di Roma, a 200 metri da Sant'Agostino, la M.D. StarHome Rome offre il WiFi gratis in tutte le aree e camere climatizzate.
La camera singola include una macchina da caffè, un mini frigorifero ed un bagno con set di cortesia e asciugacapelli per vostra comodità.
In loco troverete un deposito bagagli.
La Pulizia è giornaliera.
Ci sono ampie docce, alcune con vasca e idromassaggio, le stanze dispongono di piccola cabina armadio.

Campo Marzio is home to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Ara Pacis, Via Giulia and the famous Piazza Di Spagna. It is one of the most financially successful areas of Rome, and its ancient buildings are excellently maintained. Luxurious restaurants stand beside modest cafes, and for the most part, both serve authentic Roman food. If you get a hotel here, you will be close to everything. Most hotels retain the traditional architecture of the neighborhood.

Just north of Campo Marzio are the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. Filled with modern boutiques, movie theaters, and brand name stores, this is one of the modern sections of Rome. The city’s finest luxury hotels and restaurants are located around the Spanish Steps. Villa Borghese, Rome’s largest park and home to the Galleria Borghese art museum, is located to the northeast of the Piazza di Spagna neighborhood.

Trevi
Located to the east of Campo Marzio, the Trevi neighborhood is home to the Trevi Fountain, where actress Anita Ekberg famously waded in the film, La Dolce Vita. The Spanish Steps are located just north of this neighborhood.

Campitelli

Campitelli can be accessed by going south from the Trevi neighborhood and crossing Corso Vittorio Emanuele II (Rome’s main street). Campitelli is home to the Coliseum, The Forum, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Santa Maria in Campitelli or Santa Maria in Portico is a church dedicated to the Virgin Mary on the Piazza di Campitelli which dates back to the 11th century. The quality of restaurants and hotels in this area is dodgy due to the large number of tourists visiting the area. That doesn’t mean that it isn’t a great place to stay if you want to be in the center of it all.

Parione

South of Campo Marzio and west of Campitelli, Parione is the section of the Historic Center where you’ll find some of the best food and markets. The famous piazza Campo de’Fiori serves as a beautiful flower market by day, and a lively hangout at night. The Jewish Ghetto is just south of Campo de’Fiori. The architecture no longer resembles the traditional Jewish style, having undergone impressive growth during the Renaissance, but the neighborhood is alive and bustling. In particular, the Jewish Ghetto is known for authentic Roman Jewish cuisine, much of which is fried, including carciofi alla romana (Roman-style artichokes), which often look much like a blooming flower. Some of the most chic nightclubs are found here, and all bridges lead to the Trastevere neighborhood. Though the food and nightlife are exceptional, good luck finding a hotel in the Jewish Ghetto.

Testaccio/Aventino

Just south of Campitelli, Testaccio is home to the Circus Maximus and is noted for serving unpretentious, truly authentic Roman cuisine. Circus Maximus is bound by Aventine Hill; a sophisticated residential area that continues south.

The Vatican

Technically its own independent state (not a neighborhood at all), the Vatican is on the west side of the Tiber River. Home to the largest church in the world, St. Peter’s Basilica, as well as the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican is primarily for site seeing and religious worship. The Vatican Gardens on Vatican Hill are worth exploring. There are few restaurants or hotels in this area, though some can be found within a 5-10 minute walk.

Trastevere

This is one of Rome’s newest neighborhoods. Located to the south of the Vatican, Trastevere has a reputation for being its own city within a city. Its origin dates back to 500 B.C., but it has only recently integrated with the rest of Rome (although hotels are still hard to come by). A neighborhood with even windier streets than Campo Marzio and Trevi, it is filled with outdoor cafes and restaurants. Via del Moro has a large number of artisan shops and boutiques.

Monti/ Esquilino

Just east of Campitelli, this neighborhood is a mixture of modern and traditional, with a good selection of supermarkets, art galleries, and bakeries as well as decently priced hotels, wine bars, and restaurants. Here you’ll find the Basilica of Saint John Lateran and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore Church as well as San Pietro in Vincoli, the National Roman Museum and the Domus Aurea on Oppio Hill. You’ll also find some of the best pizza in Rome (try the excellent potato and rosemary pizza). If you’re passing through the neighborhood, be sure to stop by the Esquilino Market where you’ll find exotic foods and clothing from all over the world. Unless you are staying in the area, save your feet and take the Metro to the Manzoni or San Giovanni stops. Rome’s radiant Gay Street is located here, just a short walk from the Coliseum.

Termini

Rome’s primary train station is named Roma Termini, and the area around it is seedy during the day and down right sketchy at night. Hotels and restaurants in this area should only be frequented by seasoned budget travelers.

Garbatella

Garbatella is a poetic neighbourhood. Garbatella is a maze of courtyards, each one with its own gardens, squares, stairs, balconies and fountains. Garbatella is the decadent charm of its small houses built with a refinement and a preciousness that other Roman suburbs don’t have, according to a tradition of eclectic, noble architecture -whose references range from Borromini to the Futurist movement and Art Deco. Garbatella is sociality: people gathering at the local bar while children play soccer in the middle of the square, students hanging out for a drink and old men arguing about the football match at the corner of the street. It’s a neighborhood with an exceptional sense of community!
Garbatella is a striking detail: it can be a stair, a chimney, a relief, a fountain, an old street lamp or a raw wall.


Équipements
Internet sans fil
Cintres

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Ne convient pas aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait entre 12:00 et 18:00
Départ avant 10:00

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Profil utilisateur de Danielle
avril 2017
La chambre simple est vraiment minuscule, mais on s'y fait très vite, parce qu'il y a tout ce qu'il faut. Et c'est de très bon goût. Grossesvalises à éviter à cause des 2 étages

Profil utilisateur de Melissa
août 2017
Alessandro's place was perfect! Very central to everything and very easy to get to! The room was small but that was expected! Cleaners came everyday and made the room spotless. Perfect for a solo traveller on a short trip!

Profil utilisateur de Maria
août 2017
This place is great for a solo traveler. It was super cute and clean and close to restaurants, shops, bars and tourist sites. I would definitely stay here again.

Profil utilisateur de Joshua
août 2017
Alessandro's place was perfect for what I needed. Everything was exactly as pictured and explained. It was easy to find and close to everything. None of the major attractions were more than 30 minute walk from the place. There was way accesses to public transport and Alessandro himself was also really helpful with advice. He is easy to contact and communicates happily and freely over (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) as much as you need. Over all I have a very positive experience and highly recommend this place! Enjoy

Profil utilisateur de Sveva
juillet 2017
L'appartamento é perfetto per un viaggiatore solitario, è centralissimo e offre tutto ciò che è necessario per un ottimo soggiorno.
Profil utilisateur de Alessandro
Réponse de Alessandro :
grazie mille Sveva :) A presto!
juillet 2017

Profil utilisateur de Valentina
mai 2017
Posto piccolo, grazioso e ben organizzato, anche se molto piccolo comunque confortevole. E davvero centralissimo!

Profil utilisateur de Pietro
mai 2017
La stanza è un po' piccola ma tutto sommato più che accettabile per una persona; l'unica nota negativa è il WC all'interno della Doccia che rende l'utilizzo di quest'ultima un po' scomodo. Per tutto il resto 5 stelle

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ItalieMembre depuis octobre 2016
Profil utilisateur de Alessandro

Sono un ragazzo romano di 30 anni laureato in Storia e Società presso l'università di Roma Tre. Fin da piccolo sono stato abituato a viaggiare e durante le mie esperienze universitarie ho avuto modo di vivere in diversi paesi: Spagna, Inghilterra, Argentina etc. Il conoscere e scoprire nuove culture ha creato in me la voglia di intraprendere quest'attività che mi da ogni giorno la possibilità sia di far conoscere le bellezze della città dove sono nato e cresciuto ma anche di continuare a scoprire nuove culture e costruire amicizie con gente di tutte le parti del mondo. Vi aspetto!

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