The apartment has every comfort you need and the freedom that only a home can give!
Only a 5-minute walk from "Corso Vittorio Emanuele" Montesanto Funicular, convenient location to reach every place in town!
This beautiful apartment is only 20 minute drive from the airport and 15 minute walk from the harbor!
Metro, funicular and bus stop just a few meters away!
Guests can enjoy the view while walking nearby.
Apartment consists of a bedroom with a double bed and a bunk bed, in the other adjoining room there is a second double bed, both rooms have air conditioning (hot / cold) and the whole apartment has central heating and soundproof windows! although the views are on a quiet garden and not in the street! You also find a large entrance hall with wardrobe, dining room with table and sideboard (equipped with every dish), built-in kitchen with coffee machine, microwave, kettle and kitchen accessories. Bathroom with double shower, washbasin, bidet and services. In the apartment there is an ipad from which you can search, call on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and put you directly in touch with us for any information!
Guests will have access to the entire apartment, with the possibility to use the house as freely as if it were their own, without limitation and alleys of the hotel.
Interaction with guests
Guests will interact with us at check in and check out. They will have our contact details available for any questions, problems, information. They will be able to contact us at any time using the iPad available in the flat.
Other things to note
Check in is from 2pm to 5pm, but if asked in advance may be beyond these hours.
Amo la pizza! il sushi!e non potrei resistere senza musica ed Arte! Adoro ospitare e viaggiare, non c'è cosa più interessante di relazionarsi con culture diverse dalla propria!
“Io per me non voglio riconoscere nulla d'estraneo essendo disposto dalla natura e dall'arte a esperimentare tutto, e conquistar tutto, ad assorbire tutto, a vivere in perpetua plenitudine, con la maggior possibile abbondanza di armonie; pressoché io credo tanto un uomo più virtuoso quanto egli si sforza di accrescere l'esser suo” (D'Annunzio)