Ideally located just 300 metres from the Vatican and St. Peter's Square, our B & B has been completely renovated. All the main attractions including Navona Square, Pantheon, Campo de Fiori, Spanish steps, Forum, Colosseum and more are all within walking distance as are the host of pubs and restaurants in the locality.
Each of our bedrooms has a double bed (with the possibility to add an extra one ), ensuite bathroom, satelliteTV, air conditionig and radio. A kitchenette is at disposal. Breakfast is self service. They also overlook a garden. Linen and towels are changed every three days , daily cleaning.
We can pick you up. If you wish to avail of this service you must contact us at least five days prior to arrival to arrange. And our staff speak English, French and Spanish.
If you check in later than 8:00pm there is an extra charge of euros 20.00.Latest check-in is at 11.30 pm.
Pls remember to advice your info details of arrival time at the hostel.
Please note - You must contact us with your arrival time to arrange check in time. Please call us at +39 339 31 60 204 or send an email!
If you check in later than 8:00pm there is an extra charge of euros 20.00.
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Best position to visit Rome (near Bus stop: Bus 64), few minutes to S. Peter, 30 minutes to Termini, clean rooms, relatively quiet (depending on other guests!), breakfast o.k., helpful and kind housekeeper, easy check-in.
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A cheap and cheerful B&B; I have no complaints about it other than that its name is not advertised on the outside of the building, and it took me a while wandering up and down the street to find it.
The description on this site says that all the rooms are double bedrooms; the one I stayed in, at the end of the corridor, was a single. The room is basic: small, and lacking a chair, wardrobe and chest of drawers; but given that I was scarcely spending time in the room, the first of these didn't matter; and there were enough other surfaces to spread my clothes out on that the second didn't matter to me either. (Obviously, if you're looking for a three-star hotel, this isn't the place to go for!) The room was clean and well-lit, with pine flooring and furniture.
The bathroom, also small, included a shower, but not a bath.
A housekeeper visited at eight o'clock to serve breakfast; she spoke no English, but the owner was available at the end of a 'phone if needed.
I didn't try out the satellite TV (I didn't come to Rome to watch TV!), so can't vouch for it; nor did I use the air conditioning (preferring to use the window shutters to keep the place cool).
The hotel is across the road from a small suburban railway station; but the area was not noisy, and I did not have problems with noise sleeping with the window open.
All in all, I'm satisfied with what they offered, and would happily go back there again.
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