Aenea's B&B Rome center
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.
The apartment, which is on the 4th floor and has an elevator, has been completely renovated, and the owners speak Italian, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic.
The comfortable rooms are all equipped with air conditioning, colour TV, DVD player (and DVD collection) and bedlinen.
All rooms have a private en-suite bathroom with shower, heated towel rail and hairdryer.
There is no charge for children under the age of 4 and a cot can be provided for babies - please request this when booking.
The rooms are cleaned on a daily basis. A bright lounge is available for breakfast which is self-service and guests are welcome to make coffee, hot chocolate, milk or tea whenever they wish so that they can rise at whatever time desired.
AENEA'S B&B is in the historic centre of Rome and its ideal location enables visitors to tour the city without a car. In few minutes you can reach the Colosseum, Domus Aurea, Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia, Fontana di Trevi, Campidoglio. The Spanish Steps, the fashionable via dei Condotti, via Frattina, Piazza del Popolo, the most ancient churches, the major museums, the theatres and all the best the eternal city can offer are all close by.The building is a few steps away from Termini central station where the underground and bus lines link visitors with the streets, the squares and the best venues to experience roman nights The air terminal from/to Fiumicino's Leonardo da Vinci airport is within walking distance. A few meters away from the apartment there is a coin laundry and an internet point.
It is mandatory to communicate the time of arrival.
Payment: one night deposit will be requested by the owner after you complete the reservation (PayPal or Bank Transfer). The balance is due cash upon arrival.
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This page was last updated: 18 July 2013