In the heart of Rome, just 10 minutes walk from Termini Station and 1 km from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, the B&B Buone Vacanzes offers rooms with air conditioning and private bathroom.
Please Note: Our Triple Rooms are double with an extra bed.
Located on the 1 st floor of a historical building, the residence has TV. Enjoy a light Italian breakfast, to eat at a nearby cafe.
The area is connected by public transport: metro stops Victor Emmanuel and Cavour in fact only 10 minutes away on foot.
We offer our customers the opportunity to buy from us tickets for the Vatican museums, cathedrals, for the Rome Open Tour with lunch and no lunch, Roma Pass, Zoomarine, Rainbow Magicland, to the commercial centers of Eastern Rome and Castel Romano, Rome in 3D, the boat on the Tiber, for Tivoli (Villa Adriana and Villa d'Este), tasting of wines from the Castelli Romani, Rome by Night and dinner in Trastevere, 1 day trips to Capri, Naples, Pompeii, Assisi, Perugia, Orvieto, Sorrento, Florence.
Moreover, we offer our guests the possibility to have a discount at our Pizzeria set Via Principe Amedeo n.90
Cancellation policy: 5 days before the check-in date, after this time limit the full amount will be charged.
Payment upon arrival by cash, debit and credit cards
Check in from 12.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Check out before 10.00 AM
ATTENTION: no check in after 10:00 PM it will be required to pay an extra fee! It's absolutely necessary to contact the hotel to inform about check in time.
Penalty for the loss of the keys € 50
If you book a double room, please specify whether you want a bed or twin beds
Breakfast not included
Taxes not included (city tax of 2,00 per person/night)
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