If you would like to enjoy seeing the sights of Rome and then relax in a quiet place far from the noise of traffic, why not choose the Casa Fratocchi apartment!!!
Located just a few underground stops - from the most important sights in Rome, the apartment is the annex of a one family house in Rome situated in a quiet neighbourhood far from the noise of city traffic but very near to Arco di Travertino metro station from where it is very easy to reach the centre of town.
The apartment is composed of:
A little corner of the garden is reserved for the guests of the apartement where they can relax after a long day of sightseeing. A table with chairs under a gazebo are available.
Our apartment lies very near to the Appia Antica Park. The Via Latina Tombs (500 mt from the apartment), the Caffarella Valley (800 mt from here) and the Villa dei Quintili (reachable by bus or by car) are part of this archaeological park. Via Appia Antica can be reached in a few minutes by bus 660 or walking through the Caffarella Valley.
The Park of Via Latina Tombs is a route which brings the visitor to another important artery of ancient Rome, the via Latina. Part of the original road surface is still visible and is in a good state of repair, to the side of the road are important funeral monuments inside which it is possible to see stucco decorations and frescoes of extraordinary value (the Valeri and Pancrazi tombs). Via Appia Antica can be reached in a few minutes by bus 660 or walking through the Caffarella Valley. Along the Appia Antica you can see many elements and monuments that bear witness to the history of Rome: the Circus and Massenzio's imperial palace, Cecilia Metella's huge round mausoleum, the Villa dei Quintili, the large cylindrical sepulchre, known as Casal Rotondo; there are catacombs that date back to the first centuries of Christianity such as those of S. Callisto, , S. Sebastiano, (the Basilica above this is very popular with visitors); there are numerous mediaeval, renaissance and baroque churches along the way, Santa Maria in Palmis, well known by the name Quo vadis; mediaeval towers and fortifications, often built on the ruins of Roman monuments, like the castle built by the Tuscolo counts around the sepulchre of Cecilia Metella. Property of the State only since 1986, the Villa of the Quintilii was the largest and grandest residence of the Roman Suburbium (environs). The original nucleus belonged to the Quintilii brothers, consuls in 151 CE, and was expanded after the Villa became imperial property under the Emperor Commodus.
Because you can visit all the most important sights in Rome and in the meantime relax in a green oasis in the town.
Check-in: from 1.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Check-out: 11.00 am
Late check-in: from 8.00 pm to 10.00 pm 20 € extra charge from 10.00 pm 30 € extra charge
At your arrival
Italian law (named "DM Interno 07/01/2013") rules Public Security and asks hotels to collect Guest's data (Full name, date and place of birth, nationality, passport or ID number and date of issue). Hotel and hosts have to keep them for few minutes, just time to keep data on record and send it to the Police. Each Guest has to hand over IDs, children and infant as well.
Pets: 20 € extra charge
Account and Reservation Policy
Account: 20% of the total amout to be paid by credit card or bank transfer
The Roma Capitale authority has decided on tourist accommodation tax payments due from the guests of hotels, holiday homes, rented rooms establishments, bed & breakfasts and camping grounds in Rome (this measure does not apply to hostels). The tourist accommodation tax is due for each night spent in Rome's accommodation facilities. From 1st September 2014 the rates per person shall be as follows:
Holiday Homes and Holiday Apartments 3,5 euros per person Max 10 nights
The city tax has to be paid cash at your arrival.
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