This b & b is located in the historic center of Rome, Umberto Esquilino district. A few tens of meters from the Termini railway station, the terminals for airports, metro station "Vittorio Emanuele", by numerous bus and tram stops that allow you to get anywhere.
Many tourist attractions within walking distance, starting from the temple of Minerva on via Giolitti and the small Baroque church of Santa Bibiana having survived from the work station for the terms, Santa Prassede the city's oldest Byzantine mosaic, the typical church of San Clemente and San Pietro in bonds with the Moses of Michelangelo, the Colosseum, the Roman forum etc.etc. .
Guests have a triple room with bathroom, completely renovated, spacious and quiet, on the third floor of a late nineteenth-century building with lift. Guests also to prepare the kitchen for a cup of tea or coffee.
And. ...... of course a warm welcome to all our guests.
vorrei che da me vi comportaste come se foste a casa vostra , usando il normale buonsenso di non dar fastidio ai vicini , tenendo un comportamento corretto per le scale e soprattutto ricordarsi di chiudere le porte dell'ascensore che da noi, un palazzo di fine ottocento non è automatico.Vorrei che si facesse molta attenzione allo spreco in genere, tutto quello che non ci serve è inquinamento. Non buttare a terrra le asciugamani vuol dire meno sapone meno disinfettante meno inquinamento.Non fumare, ma godetevi un soggiorno più rilassante per voi e per gli (website hidden) cercherò di venirvi incontro sempre per il check -in ,check- out e per lasciare le valigie mentre vi godete ancora delle ore alla scoperta della città. Grazie
Tha apartment is located near to Termini train station so the neighbourhood is not so good. The apartment is simple, there is no TV and wifi, so there is not much to do during the night. Assunta tried to compensate it being very helpful
L'Altra Luna is a very lovely place. Well connected to Termini, Colosseo, Monti and Piazza Venezia. The room is large and spotless, private bathroom, perfectly clean, for breakfast there is great Italian Moka caffè, kitchenette and fridge. If you walk around noon into the tipical Roman courtyard you can smell the "sugo"/tomanto sauce being prepared. The area around Piazza Vittorio might seem a bit strange, but it's safe and global: you'll find Chinese, Indian and African shops or restaurants side to side. The owner Sig.ra Assunta is delightful, openminded and very helpful in case you get lost in the Roman jungle!
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