Termini A Unit has one family bedroom for 5: two large single beds cm. 90 X 200 (36X79 Inches) (that can be joined on request in a large kingsize bed) + 1 single bed + a bunk bed. In the living room are 1 sofa, one adjustable table for 4-6 persons with chairs and a fully equipped kitchenette. Full bathroom with shower.
Flatinrome Termini is a complex of 8 different size vacation apartments that can accommodate in the same building groups or families for up to 64 persons, all planned and furnished in a comfortable and practical way: parquet floor, double beds that can be divided into singles, air conditioning in every room, Satellite TV, free WiFi Internet connection in all the building, telephone with free local calls, washing machine and dryer (located in a common area).
In the apartments are pillows, blankets and bed sheets (for twin beds). Towels, tea towel and bath mat can be hired at a cost of 5 Euros per person.
These fully furnished flats are independent and you can book them separately. They have internal security doors that, upon request, can be opened in order to give you maximum flexibility and different apartment sizes.
The nearby free public parking makes it a great choice for those arriving by car.
This apartment can be connected with Termini B unit by an internal security door.
Reductions for children up to 10 years old.
Autorizzazione QA/2015/34922 Termini Irpini – 2nd category
Termini Complex is a three-storied building on Via degli Irpini, a small alley close to the main University “La Sapienza”, 400 metres form the gates of the old city and approximately 800 metres from Termini Central Station, in the fashionable district called "San Lorenzo", a district with a lot of night life, but the building is very quiet and safe, in the perfect location for visiting the Eternal City by walk or using public transportation. The historical centre of Rome is in fact quite small: it is a circle of less than 3 kilometres (less than 2 miles) in diametre that includes (from North clockwise): Termini Station, Coliseum, Trastevere and Vatican. All the major attractions are in between.
San Lorenzo is a very safe area and one of the best places in the Eternal City to spend your evenings, as it offers a diversity of cafés and restaurants, mainly for locals, scattered throughout the picturesque University area. Everywhere is young people studying at the main University of Rome and you will not take any risk coming back home late at night.
- Parking - on-street
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Cable/Satellite TV
- High-speed Internet
- Coffee maker
- Espresso machine
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Central heating
- Hair dryer
- Smoking allowed outside
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Fitness center/gym