B&B Oasi is located in the centre of Rome, within walking distance of the most important archaeological areas, monuments, museums, and theatres of the city.
In a palace built in 1883, we have quiet, comfortable and air-conditioned rooms, with private bathroom.
Breakfast is included in the price and there is a two (2) night minimum stay.
The B&B Oasi is a smoke-free environment.
Optimally connected to the Fiumicino airport with the central railway station by the 'Leonardo Express', a comfortable train, which will bring you in 30 minutes to the Termini Station.
With a short walk you will be at the B&B Oasi. In the vicinity, there are 2 lines of underground (tube) and numerous lines bus, which allow you to visit any part of the city.
Rome's train system is made up of two metro lines - central station terminal and numerous bus terminals including trams. The 'Bed & Breakfast Oasi is duly authorized by the Tourism Promotion Agency of Rome and the Lazio Region and complies with all health and safety standards required by law.
The 'Bed & Breakfast OASI' is also a member in good standing of all the major Italian and international tourism and hotel industry associations and adheres to their hospitality standards to guarantee you a high-quality, 'no surprise' Bed & Breakfast experience.
From 1 January 2011 to Rome there will be the stay tax that will have to be paid from every host and will be of euro 2,00 to night to person. The tax is not comprised in the cost of the room. The children till 10 years of age do not pay the tax
From 1 January 2011 to Rome there will be the stay tax that will have to be paid from every host and will be of euro 2,00 to night to person. The tax is not comprised in the cost of the room. The children till 10 years do not pay the tax
We accept the credit cards of circuit VISA, and the payment with cards previews a commission of 2% on the total.
For emergencies to call the number of the mobile telephone 3389853032
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The location of the property is good - close to train station but quiet. The hostess speaks little English, but is very nice and caring. The first night we didn't have a/c because as she said the remote was broken, but we asked her to do smth about this. The next day she brought us the remote.
Rooms are clean and cleaned daily. Breakfast is ok, last two days out of four we had proscuto and fruits besides regular things.
I would stay there again.
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