BB028 Piazza dell'Orologio - Banchi Nuovi
Elegant atmosphere & family warmth in professionally run, air conditioned B&B in 17th century building in heart of historic Rome. Suites or double bedroom all with ensuite baths. Short walk from Pza Navona.
|• 3 rooms, sleeps up to 7; 2į floor with elevator|
|• No Smoking; Children welcome; Pets not allowed; Pets on premises? No;|
|• Includes: A/C, TV, hairdryer, internet|
|Prices per night|
|Number of guests per room|
|Superior (n.1) - Double with en suite bathroom||€ 160||€ 190|
|Pink Room - Double with ensuite bathroom||€ 140||-|
|Superior (n.2) - Double with en suite bathroom||€ 160||-|
|MAP OF THIS ACCOMMODATION |
Area: Centro Navona/Campo de' Fiori
This professionally run B&B is in the very heart of historic Rome between Piazza Navona and Castel Sant'Angelo. It is on the second floor of a fine 17th century elevator building. Although the atmosphere is elegant there is a genuine family feeling offering a warm welcome to guests. When the unit was remodeled, its beautiful wooden paneled ceilings and ceramic tile floors were preserved. The furniture is from the period of the early 1900ís.
Guests have a choice between two suites and a double bedroom. All are quiet, air conditioned rooms with queen size beds; ensuite bathrooms with a stall shower (and hair dryer); chest of drawers; a closet, satellite TV; a DVD player; a mini-fridge and a safe. In addition, the suite n. 1 has a corner living room with a sofa and armchairs.
Breakfast will be served in a breakfast room.
The host speaks English and French and is happy to help guests with information on restaurants and museum bookings as well as offering general information on Rome.
Guests may leave their luggage on their departure day if they have a late flight.
This area is one of the most beautiful in Rome and includes many of the most historic monuments and sights of interest to the tourist. It is within easy walking distance to St. Peterís and the Vatican museums, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Forums and Campo de' Fiori. Nearby buses are available to all other areas of Rome. Piazza dell'Orologio takes its name from an ancient clock on the Palazzo dei Filippini, one of the masterpieces of the Baroque period designed by the master of the period, Francesco Borromini.
No pets and no smoking, please.
- Piazza Navona 600 mt.
- Campo de' Fiori 700 mt.
- Spanish steps 1,7 km.