About this listing
The B&B is located on the 6th floor of a renovated building of the 30', it has a two rooms, one with inbuilt bathroom, the other with a private bathroom not in the room, no sharing bathroom, both have a nice terrace where to stay and relax.
Situated within walking distance from Termini Station (200 meter or approx. 650 feet) and "Sapienza" University it is near bus stops 100 m away and the Termini subway station (A and B line). The English Embassy is 500 m away. The self-service breakfast buffet is consumed in the room or on the terrace, or in the common room, at your choice.
There is also a couch that can be turned in one or two beds: the couch-bed or sofa-bed is 190x75 cm one place or 190x140 two places.
City-tax is 3,5€ per night of stay, pro person!
- No smoking in the rooms, outside is alowed
- No pets inside the rooms
- Please turn ALL lights off when you are not in the room
- Please double lock the front door when you leave
- No visitors without prior agreement with me (Marco)
- Air conditioning is only to use when guests are present.
- Between 10pm and 8am silence is observed outside in the terrace and inside the rooms
Thank you :)
Once the cheek-in is done, the guests will receive the key for the access to the BB.
The BB is located in one of the oldest parts of Rome, Anita Arte Roma lies in the Castro Pretorio rione, the XVIII of Rome.
The logo is the golden banner of the Praetorian Guard on a red background. The rione takes its name by the ruins of the Castrum Praetorium, the barracks of the Praetorian Guard, included in the Aurelian Walls.
Minutes away you will finde some nice indoor and outdoor museums like National Roman Museum (Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo). This nineteenth-century palace in Neo-Renaissance style, close to the Termini Train Station, houses one of the world's most important collections of Classical art. On the four floors of the museum, sculptures, frescoes and mosaics, coins and jewels document the evolution of the Roman artistic culture from the late Republican age through Late Antiquity (2nd c. BCE - 5th c. CE) along an exhibition path in which Ancient Roman history, myths and everyday life live anew.
With the same tiket you can enter the Baths of Diocletian (The Terme di Domiziano), are the most imposing thermal complex ever built in Rome. Erected between 298 and 306 CE, they spanned more than 13 hectares and could accommodate up to 3000 people at the same time, within a structure consisting of a series of environments such as gymnasia, libraries, a swimming pool of more than 3500 square metres and those rooms that were the heart of every thermal complex: the frigidarium (cold bath), the tepidarium (lukewarm bath) and the calidarium (hot bath). It was precisely these latter spacious rooms the ones converted by Michelangelo into the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels ,this church seen in the movie "The Da Vinci Code" 2004, a masterpiece by Michelangelo.
Other famous monuments included the Basilica of Saint Mary Major,
Other Things to Note
City tax of 3,5-€ pro person and pro night.
- No smoking inside the room, outside on the terrace alowed
- No pets sorry
- Please turn ALL lights off when not being used
- Please double lock the front door when none is at home
- No extra visitors without prior agreement
- Phone calls abroad from land phone must be paid for
- Any damage must be paid for
- City Tax 3,5-Euro pro night and pro person
Between 10pm and 8am silence is observed.
This was a lovely traveling experience. It was a short walk from the termini and was easy to find. Look for a pretty green gate. My Dad and I were greeted by Mariana, who was a very nice host. She showed how to use the appliances in the kitchen (espresso machine and tea kettle) and gave great advice on restaurants close by. The room was clean and had all of the necessities. Thank you so much for having us.
It was close to Termini station. The room had an air conditioner, so it was great to sleep in summer. Marco was nice, but my friend and i could hardly see him. Everything was good except the light which suddenly didn't work during the stay.
Marco was amazing, very welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. It was so nice to have breakfast provided as well. Very highly recommended - one of the nicer stays I have had on AirBnb.
The apartment was super nice, nicer than we expected! It is located near the train station, which is not a particularly fascinating area but it does allow you to get around easily. We had trouble finding the place but Marco offered to come and pick us up, though we managed to find it on our own nonetheless.
Marco is a great host: he always tried to arrange us (we left our luggage and he came back for us to pick them up) and the room is absolutely great! The deco is incredible and the place is clean.
Also, there is plenty of food for a nice breakfast :)
In a nutshell: if you are looking for a stay near Tremini, this is the place you are looking for !
Marco is a very very nice host. The room is clean and decorated with some paintings. You can enjoy your breakfast on terrace. Wish to visit Marco and Roma in the near future.
We had a great time in Rome. Marco was very kind and the room and the apartment was really nice. The terrace was awesome! I can really recommend this accommodation.
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