Hi neoaugustus-ga ,
You have a wonderful trip in store, and I hope you can get the
apartment of your wishes from one of the following agencies. I
examined many of the apartments listed at each agency, and I note that
many fill your requirements in every way except they don't list
internet access. Of course, an agency may be able to help you in that
In addition to the information you asked for, I am giving you a site
for each that shows the apartments they are renting. The telephone
numbers are listed with country code followed by city code (if any)
and telephone number.
Here are the agencies:
Address: Gasser GbR, Inhaber Eleonore und Bernd Gasser13505
Berlin,Scharfenberger Straße 2
Don't be put off by the Berlin address. This agency has apartment
listings in Rome.
An example of what they offer:
RENTAL IN ROME
Contact page: http://www.rentalinrome.com/aboutus.htm
Tel: 39 (06) 9905513
39 (06) 99320047
39 (06) 9905199
Fax: 39 (06) 23328717
This agency has many listings including 79 (on the website) in the Vatican area:
This agency has a map on its website showing the location of the
apartments in its listings. You can see by the map that you could
easily stay across the Tiber and be within walking distance from St.
Peter's and the Vatican.
B&B CENTER OF ROME
Tel 39.06.45472549 and 39.06.68210776
The B&B Center has plenty of apartments. You can see some at:
ONLY APARTMENTS ROME
Tel: 34 933 017 678
The website comes from Spain. It has thumbnail pictures of their
properties in Rome at the above website.
VIVUN INTERNATION PROPERTY LISINGS
This site does not list any phone numbers, but has a "contact us"
within the site. I listed it for you because their apartments look
very good, and I saw one with high speed internet access:
I'd like to suggest that you will have more choices if you will
accept an apartment outside the immediate Vatican zone. Rome has a
central area from which you could choose, and be able to walk to the
Vatican or take a short bus or metro ride.
Here are the some names of nearby zones or streets that are easily
walkable: Trevi, Campo de'Fiorii, Via Coronari, Piazza Farnese, Via
Governo Vecchio, Panteone, Piazza Navona, Via Ottaviano.
You could go a little further afield to the Piazza di Spagna or the
Piazza del Popolo areas which are just a few metro stops away from the
I hope you find this information useful. I used to live in Rome and I
love the city.
Have a great trip,