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Bassi Apartment in Trastevere, Santa Maria in Trastevere

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Apartment summary

AREA: Trastevere

ADDRESS: Via Ugo Bassi

GUESTS: max 6

2 bedroom with queen size bed

1 double sofa bed


1 bathroom with tub

1 bathroom with shower

KITCHEN: Fully equipped

SQM: 150

FLOOR: Fifth

Apartment Amenities

Coffee machine
2 glazing
Tv LCD/Plasma
Hi-Fi Stereo
Sat TV

Price includes: Towels, linen, utilities and cleanings.

Price does not include: City tax (3,50 euro per person per day)

Total guest rating

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Apartment description

As eclectic and artistic as the area surrounding the accommodation, Bassi offers both the basics and a colorfully comfortable place for larger groups to reside.  On the fifth floor with a lift, the wonderful Roman weather is as easy to catch as a tram or bus anywhere the city needs to take you and as easy to access as the area itself.  An impressive entrance welcomes guests to a secure building connected to public transit and a home close to the soul of Trastevere.  Embrace your fill of green space and neighborhood vibes as you enjoy this amazing apartment set between Rome’s intriguing past and refreshingly functional present. With Satellite TV, a/c, wifi, a washer, and a fully equipped kitchen* catering to your every culinary whim, Bassi lacks for amenties in no way, and is a perfect base for exploring your Roman home.  150 sqm is a lot of room to call your own, and delivers comforts visitors are loathe to leave.  Both bedrooms feature queen size beds, with one bedroom separated from the general living space/corridor by opaque glass windows* and a marvellous library lining the wall; making the property a perfect atmoshpere for bibliophiles.  The living room offers a trundle sofa bed, which can accommodate 2 people or be ideal for children. With 1 bathroom with a shower and the second boasting a deliciously deep tub, it’s not just a place to rest and clean off, it’s a place to refresh yourself after a long day’s sightseeing or restore your energy for the next day of discovery in the Eternal City. A short walk lands guests near landmarks such as Santa Maria in Trastevere and Campo de’Fiori’s morning farmer’s market just across Ponte Sisto, as well as the rich nearby history and cuisine of the old Jewish Ghetto.  Whether preparing a home-cooked meal with fresh local produce or taking advantage of the multitude of dining options, this is one of the best spots to sample the flavors that make up Rome.  What to do on Sunday when the Campo de‘ Fiori market is closed?  Have a look at the Porta Portese flea market, which offers a mix of absolutely anything the mind can fathom, from antiques, to useful home goods, budget fashion, knockoff toys, music, and more.  The experience in and of itself is something as distinctly local as the surrounding neighborhood.  Make sure to take plenty of photos and relish the view from Ponte Sisto, don’t forget to prepare for a stroll up Gianicolo (Janiculum) hill for a spectacular visual treat, enjoy the park around Villa Sciarra, and breathe in the magic of nearby Monteverde; so many options to choose from, and all appealing!  Conveniently central, but easy to diverge from the beaten path, Bassi is a Roman lair boasting a breath of fresh air. 

Where the apartment is located?

  • Spanish Steps 3.4 km
  • Piazza Navona 2.5 km
  • Campo de' Fiori 2.0 km
  • Trevi Fountain 3.0 km
  • Pantheon 2.3 km
  • Colosseum 3.2 km
  • St Peter's Basilica 3.1 km
  • Vatican Museums 4.0 km
  • Santa Maria in Trastevere 1.1 km
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