Aenea's B&B in the heart of Rome

Bed & Breakfast - Private room · Via Rattazzi, Rome, Lazio 00185, Italy

The Space

For anyone looking for a room in the heart of Rome, AENEA's B&B is the perfect place - staying even only a couple of days provides the chance to discover the city and its marvellous monuments. AENEA’S B&B is in the historic centre of Rome, few steps away from Termini central station. In few minutes you can reach the Colosseum, the most ancient churches, the major museums, the theatres and all the best the “eternal city” can offer. The air terminal from/to the airport is within walking distance.
The comfortable rooms are all equipped with air conditioning and colour TV. All rooms have a private en-suite bathroom with shower, heated towel rail and hairdryers. No charge for children under four and a cot can be provided on request.

The continental breakfast consists of jams and spreads, bread w/ toaster available, cereal, milk, prepackaged pastries etc and you may make yourself hot chocolate, tea, or coffee. It is available on a self-service basis so guests can wake up at whatever time desired.

Guests may be greeted by a member of my staff instead of me upon check-in.

EXTRA: city tax 2 eur per person per night

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 6
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 3
Beds: 1
Extra people: $28 / night after 2 guests
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Check Out: 10:00 AM
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Cancellation: Strict

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  • Aucun problème en particulier. Adresse facile à trouver et quelqu'un nous attendait à notre arrivée avec les clés. Le jour de notre départ nous avons pu laisser nos valises toute la journée pour ne pas nous encombrer.

    May 2013
  • We had a great time here. Stayed only 2 night and it is conveniently located near the station. We arrived at night- and it wasn't bad. I read some reviews that it is a bit sketchy, but to be honest, its typical of any city station. Federica was very prompt in answering all emails and questions, and our host Lati(?) was super nice and helpful. There was a problem with the front door- that they addressed immediately, and the room was very clean, orderly, and stocked. Teas, juices, and milk in the fridge for all to use, as well as common kitchen utensils for cooking or making small meals. Overall, great place, would stay there again.

    September 2012
  • Sehr gut gelegenes B&B - perfekt zu erreichen vom Hauptbahnhof. Die Räume sind nicht zu klein, in gutem Zustand, sauber und mit Klimaanlage. Jeden morgen gab es Frühstück, welches einfach aber ausreichend war. Der Kontakt zu der Gastgeberin war spärlich, was uns aber auch nicht störte. Insgesamt eine klare Empfehlung!

    August 2012
  • Very good location, close to Termini station. Easy to find. Nice and clean rooms. I'll come back again when in Rome.

    August 2012
  • Our stay at Aenea's was not terrible, but not good either.

    We walked from the train station to the Aenea's (about 4 blocks of not the nicest part of Rome) and found the building it is in. No sign, just a labeled buzzer in a big building. We buzzed and waited on the street. No response. We buzzed a few others and no one came. So we were standing in 100 degree weather with our luggage in a not-so-nice area for at least 15 minutes before someone came to let us in. When he finally got there he thought that was great timing! Then he watched me carry my suitcases (as opposed to helping) up the stairs into the building. We got checked-in and went to pay the city-tax, but he had no change so it was on us to spend the right amount somewhere so that we had exact change to leave in our room with a note for the housekeeper to take.

    The room was clean and as described . The housekeeping was done daily and fresh towels as well.

    There was air conditioning - but it was not on when we entered and the room was very warm. It took until the next day to finally cool. We left it on when we went out in the morning so that it would stay cool for when we came back around lunch. The housekeeper turned it off. When we returned we could not turn it back on. It just made a clicking noise. So I got up on a stool and had to clean the filter (filthy!) and fiddle with it to turn it on again. This problem was enhanced in that there is nobody at the B&B. So if I wanted them to fix it, I would have to make an expensive international call on my cell phone and then wait for them to come do it. Every morning we left the air conditioning on so that it would be cool when we came in hot and tired from the 100 degree heat, but everyday it was off and I had to stand on a stool with a pen to get it on again. Frustrating.

    The bathroom was also rather clean and nice. However, water temperature in the shower is a moving target. It can go from cold to scalding hot to cold again without moving the lever!

    Breakfast is on your own in the kitchen area. No way to make coffee except Nescafe instant until the last two days when they put an espresso maker in the kitchen (much better). Breakfast consists of cereal, toast and a prepackaged pastry thing. To me it doesn't qualify as a "Bed and Breakfast."

    Not much for customer service here. They let you in and check you in, and you don't see them again. No one actually works where you are. When you leave, you just put your key on a desk and walk out. They were also unable/unwilling to accommodate a late check-out as our train was not until 5:20 pm and check-out was at 12:00. We had to leave our bags in the common area - a bit disconcerting, but everything ended up being OK.

    Overall, it was a decent bed in Rome close to the train but I think you could do better for the same price. I like to have service that comes with my accommodation and that is not here. This is a bedroom and nothing else - which may be great for some. Just not for me.

    August 2012
  • The B&B is conveniently located near the termini station. It was a short walk with our luggage from the train to the B&B. The room was clean and the host was very helpful. The elevator was very small and was difficult with our stroller but we managed.

    July 2012
  • At first walking to accomadation from station on the side as directed in instructions I personally felt uneasy but if one was to walk down the street on station side then that did not feel as intimidating. Once at Aeneas it felt secure, accomadation was clean and comfortable, it a very convienent location to walk to Colosseum, Forum and close to both Metro lines but we encourted line A, line for many major sites was closed on 2 occasions. Good range of restaurants nearby. We did not meet Federica but she had arranged someone to be there to welcome us and advise us on the local area.

    April 2012
  • Walking distance to Termini train station, the local buses and easy walking to most attractions in the City. Clean and convenient. Check in was easy - the little elevator was convenient for the luggage. We had 2 rooms and they were tastefully decorated. At Termini we were able to catch a bus to the local airport and some of us went out of the international airport and took the train. Very Very Convenient

    April 2012
  • Easy to find, easy with schedule, easy with suitcase, bud bed a little bit old .

    April 2012
  • We had a great time at Aenea's B&B! The driver was there when we arrived and once there at the B&B, there was a very friendly caretaker who showed us our rooms and made us feel really welcomed. The rooms were very comfortable and the breakfast was great as well with bread, cereal, yoghurt, coffee, tea and juices. We could also leave our luggages at the B&B on our last day before our train departs. All in all, it was a very pleasant stay and we absolutely enjoyed our stay!

    March 2012
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