Rome Tourist House Ostiense
Via Capitan Bavastro n. 62, Scala B/int. 11
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'Tourist House Ostiense ' is situated 2 kilometers from the heart of the Eternal City (Fori imperiali, Colosseo, Palatino, etc.) and is 200 meters from the Station Ostiense.
From the Station Ostiense there is a train to Leonardo da Vinci airport. Also, from the 'Garbatella' stop of the 'Blu' (or 'B') metro line the tourist house can be reached.
The rooms are situated on the 4th floor of a modern building which has elevator and garage for cars, motorcycles, and bicycles.
The rooms are in an apartment of about 65 square meters. There are:
Double room has bathroom air-conditioning, TV with Satellite connection, safety box, 24 hr internet connection (all inclusive in the price).
Triple Rooms has bathroom air-conditioning, TV with Satellite connection, safety box, wasching - machine 24 hr internet connection (all inclusive in the price).
The hosts are available to give guests advise and information about activities both cultural and practical that are offered in the city.
'Tourist House Ostiense ' is accessible at all times during the year, 24 hours a day.
The cleaning of the rooms and changing of the linens is included in the price.
Check-in and Departure: The guests should contact us when they arrive in Rome.
The exchanging of the keys and other formalities will be done by the personnel of Tourist House Ostiense who will meet the guests upon arrival and departure.
The guests may pick up the keys from 10 until 19.00 pm on the day of arrival, and are asked to return them to the personnel of 'Tourist House Ostiense ' by 10 am on the day of departure.
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