Near Colosseum a charming B&B located on the 1st floor of a 19th century building (equipped with lift), in a typical Roman street on the centre and nearby Termini Station. The area boasts a picturesque daily markets, shops.
6 Bed and Breakfast
- View : Unobscured, dominant, city, rooftop, monument, street/avenue
- Setting : Condusive to shopping, Urban
- Bus stop / bus station at <165'
- Festival, Spa, Culture
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Accommodation in the heart of Rome: Bright room with TV, fridge, private use of bathroom, internet wifi clean linen, use of kitchen. we rent for travellers (also students or long stay) offers a large, comfortable and quiet suite equipped with all major comforts. Thanks to its position near all attractions is the ideal starting point to get to all main cultural and commercial places: Saint Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori and the Pantheon are only 10/20 minutes away on foot. The A and B line underground station (Vittorio Emanuele and Colosseo) is only 7 minutes away on foot. Moreover, the terminus stops of all buses. The B&B comprises 3 comfortable rooms furnished to high details, each boasting a double bed, a wardrobe and a little table with chairs. Two rooms have en-suite facilities, while the remaining one has a shared bathroom opposite it. One of the rooms is larger and can host up to three people. From Fiumicino Airport take the Bus ShuttleFiumicino APT - Termini station. The breakfast is provided in the room at the time of arrival in the quantity appropriate to the length of the entire stay. All rooms are equipped with TV, coffee machine, mini bar and wireless Internet (available in the whole flat). The perfect solution if you need to be near to the central station, but in a quiet place.
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One neighborhood that often gets overlooked in Rome is the quartiere Monti. Though its location is key (smack dab in the middle of the Centro Storico and right down the street from the Colosseum), if you don't know what you're looking for, you could easily pass through here it without even realizing that you've stumbled upon a true gem. From artsy bookstore cafés to lovely little piazzas where you could spend the day sipping on cappuccinos to ethnic eatieres and not to mention gelato! 10Best gives you the scoop on why you can't pass up this hip neighborhood. Perhaps one of the biggest attractions of this hip little neighborhood are its adorable little piazzas. An Italian favorite pasttime is dolce far niente (pleasant idleness or literally sweet doing nothing). Ah yes. Italians love engaging in dolce far niente mostly at a café in some little lovely piazza. In Monti, those piazzas are Piazza degli Zingari and Piazza della Madonna dei Monti. Here, there are several lovely cafés and bookshops sprinkled about where you can plop yourself down, order a capuccino and read a good book. Another reason worth visiting this neighborhood is the Church of Santa Maria ai Monti, which is dedicated to the blessed Virgin Mary. Its construction was ordered by Pope Gregory XIII who called upon Giacomo della Porta to design and build the church in 1580. What makes the church particularly beautiful is its dome.
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Our location is midway between central railway station Termini and Colosseum, at only ten minutes walking from all attraction of Rome. Browsing the shops in Monti is not your average shopping experience. As the area is jumping with up-and-coming artisans, local designers and vintage shops, stumble upon a true gem and you might just walk out with some major sciccheria (chic and elegant items)! As good vintage shops are hard to come by in this city