About this listing
Centrally located, within easy reach of many of Rome's most famous monuments, the bed & breakfast offers its guests the added bonus of spectacular views over the roof-tops of Rome from the bedroom windows.
Rome has a very big centre and we are inside it.
Starting from our B&B as long as you walk going to the centre there are so many beautiful things to see: 5 min. to St. John Cathedral, 15 to Colosseum and Fori Imperiali, 25 to Piazza Venezia and 40 to Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza di Spagna and Trevi fountain... be sure you won’ t find it boring!
RE DI ROMA metro station is at 2 min. from our B&B.
Free WiFi access.
Guests can have breakfast for free using the kettle for tea or coffee and the fridge, or they can buy tickets to have breakfast at a good price in a bar near the B&B.
Guests will have the keys of the room and of the apartment: there are no curfew.
Some areas of the B & B are, however, shared with other guests and, therefore, you must be respectful of the needs of all.
At the arrive must be paid the tax of € 3,50 per person per night that we get for the Municipality of Rome (which is why it can not be included in the room rate).
Upon check-in, you have a password for Wi-Fi, a map of central Rome and directions on how to use the common rooms, refrigerator and kettle.
It's necessary to communicate the exact time of check-in because we do not have a 24/7 reception and we must organize to pick you to accept.
Writing to our email, you allow us to send you our "welcome file" with all the information you need to reach us.
This host has a Moderate Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 7 days of the trip and get a 50% refund of the nightly rate, as well as a full refund of fees.
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I'm Gianpaolo, 45 years old journalist with big passion for food, wine and music. My partner, Carmela, is 42 years old psychotherapist with interest in literature, theatre, art and design. We come from Rome, Italy.