About this listing
The B&B Villa Musa is located in Via Antonio Musa 6, just a few steps from the historic Porta Pia. It is located in a villa built in the early twentieth century, on the second floor with elevator and consists of two double bedrooms, one by the name of Pop Art and one named Renaissance.
The neighborhood surrounding our house is very quiet and safe, far from city chaos yet at the same time perfect starting point to begin your visit to the Eternal City.
From our B&B you can easily reach, on foot or by bus wanting, the Villa Borghese park, home of the famous Borghese Gallery, The National Gallery of Modern Art, the Museum of African Zoology, the British Academy, the National Museum of Villa Giulia, and the Zoo. Easily reachable on foot also the Macro Museum in Via Nizza.
The B&B Villa Musa is a 3-minute walk from the metro stop "Policlinico" and only a few metro stops from Termini Station and Tiburtina.
We are well connected with the rest of the city: the metro is 3 minutes walk. The bus and tram stop is 100 meters from home where passes the tram 19, which leads to Piazza Risorgimento, 200 meters from St. Peter's Square and the tram 3 that goes from San Lorenzo to Colosseum, Circo Massimo and Piramide.
For dinner or lunch you can find a wide choice of restaurants close to our B & B and we will be happy to recommend some very good.
The Renaissance room is decorated in a classic style.
- Coffee machine and cappuccino
- Water boiler
- Mini fridge
- Satellite TV
- Air conditioning
- Private Bathroom
- Private Entrance
You'll enjoy privacy and comfort!
No credit cards.
The tourist tax is not included and shall be paid at the B&B
( 3.5 € per person per night ).
Early check-in and or late check-out on demand.
About the Host, Andrea
Sono nato a Roma, mezzo italiano e mezzo tedesco.
Mi piace pensare di aver preso la creatività italiana ed il pragmatismo tedesco, ma forse è anche vero il contrario!
Mi piace viaggiare e nei miei viaggi ho sempre preferito entrare in contatto con la gente del posto invece di andare nei grandi alberghi, e per questo ho trasformato parte della mia casa in un b&b per far vivere a tutti i miei ospiti un’ esperienza davvero “romana”.