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B&B Cupido

B&B Cupido

Via Cremona 50, Rome, Italy Map Send to a friend
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Accommodation Italy Rome B&B Cupido

B&B Cupido

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B&B Cupido is a low-cost accommodation in Rome, providing the ideal opportunity for a cheap holiday in a romantic B&B, surrounded by a family atmosphere.

The Cupido Bed and Breakfast is in a quiet area a few minutes from the centre of Rome that is easy to reach by public transport.

If you are looking for a convenient solution to discover the secrets of Rome and be captivated by the sumptuous beauty of its streets and squares, B&B Cupido offers you the comfort of three new, well-kept and welcoming rooms in a building that includes a lift.

Please note:

We only accept cash payment on arrival

We have a 48 hours cancellation policy

Check In: 13:00

Check Out: 11:00

City Tax is not included in the rate

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  • Free WiFi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Free Internet
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Hotel Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Internet Access
  • Minibar
  • Towels Included

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  • Elevator

inroom facilities

  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities

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