About this listing
Domus Alberti is located on the fourth floor of a building with a lift of 1850, and it is an apartment of 240 square meters with 5 rooms and 5 private bathrooms, and a breakfast room 22 square meters.
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Domus Alberti is located in the center of Rome, the historic building hosting the rent rooms is situated on one of the seven famous hills where the ancient Rome was first built, in a side street of the main avenue Via Nazionale.
Our warm welcome, the brand-new Italian modern elegance of our facility, the comforts and services available, and the easy access to all kind of transportation will make of your staying a realxing and pleasant experience.
Domus Alberti’s structure and services have been disigned in order to fulfil the expectations of those who mean to enjoy their Roman holidays at best.
The Domus Alberti has a breakfast room completely autonomous and guests at any time of the day.
Our breakfast room includes:
- Fresh croissants, bread and pizza directly from the ancient furnace Ansuini;
- Fresh Milk everyday;
- Fresh Yogurt;
- Fresh Fruit;
- Different kind of cereals;
- Different kind of bisquits;
- Fruit juices;
- Orange juice to squeeze;
- Hot water machine with different kind of Thé and Camomilla.
- Chocolate spread,
Automatic machine for:
-Coffee with little milk;
Each guest has in the refrigerator fresh everyday:
Interaction with Guests
------INTERACTION WITH GUEST------
Upon check-in will be my concern to welcome you and present my property and all of our services.
In addition, I will introduce our area and all that is around us, and I will give you a guide written by me with restaurant recommendations and other helpful tips to navigate in Rome.
Monti is the name of one of the twelve Rioni of Rome, rione I. The name literally means mountains in Italian and comes from the fact that the Esquiline and the Viminal Hills, and parts of the Quirinal and the Caelian Hills belonged to this rione. Its logo consists of three green mountains with three tops on a silver background.
Today the Esquilino, Castro Pretorio and Celio districts do not belong to it anymore, but it has kept its name.
In ancient times the rione was densely populated: in Monti there were the Forum Romanum and the so-called Suburra (meaning suburbs in Latin): this was the place poor people lived, full of disreputable locals and brothels.
In the Middle Ages the situation was completely different: the Roman aqueducts were damaged, and it was very difficult to bring water to Monti since it was on the hills. Hence many inhabitants moved to Campus Martius, a lower level part, where they could drink the water from the river Tiber.
From the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 19th century, the rione remained an area full of vineyards and market gardens. Monti was not densely populated because of the lack of water and because it was quite far from the Vatican, the center of Christian culture. The area did not become abandoned thanks to the church of San Giovanni in Laterano and the constant high number of pilgrims.
Still in the Middle Ages the inhabitants of Monti, called monticiani, developed a strong identity: their Roman dialect was different from that spoken in the other rioni. Their main enemies were the people from the other rione with a strong identity, Trastevere, and they often used to fight with one another.
Then, with growing urbanization at the end of the 19th century after Rome had become the capital of a united Italy, the great changes of the Fascist period completely changed the appearance of the rione. In particular, between 1924 and 1936, a large part of the rione, consisting of small streets and popular houses, was destroyed to make way for the Via dei Fori Imperiali (the street artificially dividing the Roman Forum and most of the Imperial forums) and the archaeological buildings of the Forum Romanum were excavated.
Thanks to its position, Monti is full of archaeological sites such as:
-Ludus Magnus (the gym for gladiators)
-Nero's Domus Aurea
-the baths of Trajan
-the baths of Titus
-part of the Forum Romanum
-markets of Trajan
The Domus Alberti is located in the historic center, and services are all available, as is a bus stop 20 meters, 100 meters of a bus stop Taxy, 400 meters Metro Station called Repubblica.
Other Things to Note
Rates are not comprehensive of visitor's tax, 3,5 euro/day/pax, to pay at arrival by cash.
Domus Alberti is a Bed&Breakfast and is very important that you communicate us what will be the time of your arrival, because the reception is by appointment and "you will not find nobody to welcome you".
To help us to welcome you in the best way, we ask you to comunicate any delays or modified on the check-in time as soon as possible.
If the Guest doesn't comunicate this with the Innkeeper will incur an additional surcharge of price.
Rates are not comprehensive of visitor's tax, 3,5 euro/day/pax, to pay at arrival by cash.
Check-In time start from 12:00 PM to 20:00 PM.
Is not possible to arrive before 10:00 AM
If you arrive before the check-in time, there is no problem for the luggage, because we have other room with a bathroom, and a common area with a automatic machine for coffee.
Check-Out until at 10:00 AM
If you need to leave you luggage after your check-out time, Domus Alberti will move the luggage into a safe room until the guest will return :-).
It is not possible to receive external guests, if this were to happen will open a referral to Airbnb, and the penalty will be counted at our discretion.
To ensure greater security of guests, the Domus Alberti has internal video surveillance with access control to the structure.
Smoking is strictly forbidden, if this to happen there will be a penalty counted at our discretion.
Respect the home and who lives in the building.
I ask you to turn off lights and air conditioned when you are not at home visiting my beautifull city.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed staying at Domus Alberti hosted by Federico Maria Saguto. Federico has provided a beautifully modern apartment in one of the very old buildings in a terrific location in Rome. He was there to welcome us when we arrived and showed us around the BnB which made us feel right at home. He also was extremely helpful in answering all of our questions about bus routes, restaurants, places to shop, places to see, etc. It is a perfect location, 10 min walk from the train station, 20 min walk to the Coliseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Ruins. Easy bus connections took us to the Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. The location of the BnB is very busy and exciting, but Federico values making a relaxing and quiet atmosphere for his guests. We felt safe walking everywhere. Federico was helpful also in informing us of areas of Rome to avoid. We highly recommend staying at Domus Alberti. You will enjoy the experience very much.
Federico was a great host and very helpful in every situation. The location of the B&B is perfect and could not be better. Thanks for everything!
Unser Aufenthalt im Domus Alberti war sehr angenehm. Die Begrüßung von Federico war sehr herzlich und ausführlich - nicht nur in Bezug auf die Unterkunft. Das B&B ist sehr hochwertig ausgestattet und mit Liebe zum Detail gestaltet. Es hat uns an nichts gefehlt. Für italienische Verhältnisse war das Frühstück gut. Die Lage ist zentral. Noch "günstiger" gelegen im Bezug auf die meisten Sehenswürdigkeiten wäre man aus unserer Sicht nur noch im Bereich um den Piazza Navona herum gelegen...
Für einen späteren Aufenthalt in Rom würden wir wieder bei Federico buchen...
Amazing place, an excelent host! I felt very welcome. Federico is very very helpful and he will look after you well :). He will also give you super helpful guide with all the informations+(very important) good, real italian restaurants.Location is also amazing - 7min to Colosseum, 10min to Spanish stairs, 7min to train station. To be honest - I was walking to Vatican as well- 35min. When I will be back to Rome- I will definitely be back to Domus Alebrti!
Domus Alberti was a wonderful place to stay in Rome. It was exceptionally clean, felt very safe, and had a great breakfast room. The memory foam beds and pillows were a nice touch, as well! Frederico greeted me very warmly, and even made me a last minute dinner reservation on my last night in Rome. Every last detail was taken care of; you can really tell they put their all into this place. I'll certainly suggest this B&B to my friends, and if I ever return to Rome, I'll stay there.
Federico welcomed us with a thorough tour of our room and Rome. He checked in with us mid-stay and responded quickly to all questions we had. He also left us a surprise gift on our last day. Great location and great b&b. Wifi worked very well.
This was a beautiful room in an excellent location. Federico was a great host. He went out of his way to help us find another place to stay when our flight from Rome was cancelled.
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About the Host, Federico Maria
Domus Alberti vi augura una buona permanenza nel nostro nuovissimo Bed and Breakfast Rent Rooms situato in un elegante edificio al centro di Roma.
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