Cleanliness Award for 2012!
FREE WI-FI in all rooms.
FREE breakfast every morning.
Perfect location (all walking distance)
Were located to the most safe area of the city and,
we offer quiet rooms for good sleeping.
The ideal place to spend a pleasant and quiet holiday.
Maison de Terry is set in one of the most quiet streets in the historical centre of Rome. This is the right place to start your sightseeing tour of Rome. Just around the corner from the B&B is the famous Opera House, the National art gallery and endless beauties of the Eternal city such as the Roman Forum (15min), the Colosseum (20min), the Trevi fountain(10min), the Spanish Steps (25min), Piazza Barberini (10min), Pantheon (20min) and Piazza Venezia (10/15min).
B&B is equipped with all amenities that you need.
We offer quiet and silent rooms. Included in the price per room we also have breakfast, wi-fi, tourist information of all kinds.
Free 24 hr internet access
Free wi-fi in rooms and in lobby
Free luggage storage (before check-in, after check-out)
Free city maps
Check in 12.00 till 23.00
Check out 10.00 am
Payment by cash or credit card on arrival day
Please inform about arrival time
GUESTS CAN CANCEL THEIR RESERVATION FREE OF CHARGE UP TO 4 DAYS BEFORE ARRIVAL BY MAIL. THE GUEST HAVE TO PAY PENALTY 50% OF THE BOOKING. DEPOSITS PAID FOR THE WEB SITE HOSTELWORLD.COM ARE NOT REFUNDABLE
IN CASE OF NO SHOW (without a cancelation by email) WE TAKE THE TOTAL OF THE BOOKING AND NOT ONLY 50%
Notice about Rome's new tourist tax
Rome City Council decided to charge 2 Euros per person per night on tourists who visit Rome. It implemented from the 01/01/2011. Please be advise that you will be required to pay this fee at the property
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