Residenza dei Quiriti is a small but very gracious hotel situated on the fourth floor of a magnificent '900 century building on a silent street. It is the ideal place for the vacationers as well as for the business travellers.
All the principal tourist attractions are in a short walking distance: the Vatican City and Museums, the St Peter Basilica, Spanish Square, the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona.
The hotel is located in the heart of one of the most famous areas of Rome: full of bars, restaurants, pubs, discos and shops of any kind! Being 'Residenza dei Quiriti' a family owned and managed Hotel it is our top priority to guarantee an excellent service and cleanliness to all the guests.
Residenza dei Quiriti offers 10 newly built rooms, each one with its own private bathroom, independent heating and air conditioning. They denote taste and refinement; they are elegantly decorated with marble and wooden furniture. Carpets and drapes blend in a mixture of warm and relaxing colours. All this combines with a range of modern comforts, including colour TV, mini-bar, telephone and hair-dryer. A continental breakfast is served in the breakfast room. Being on the fourth floor, the rooms are very bright and have a very nice view.
Cancellation policy 72 Hours
Cancellation policy 72 Hours, the first night will be charged
Please note that 50% of the total amount will be charged on the day of booking for reservations of 10 or more nights and will be non-refundable
Not included in room price: EUR 2 city tax per person per night
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