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  • Roma Hotel B&B
  • 17/08/2019 - 18/08/2019
  • 1 room , 1 adult
  • 1 room , 1 guest

B&B Hotels in Roma

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Exploring Rome

Would you like a real taste of the Dolce Vita? Rome, the Eternal City, is waiting to welcome you and will appear to you as a mosaic waiting to be assembled in accordance with your needs. Are you looking for a hotel in Rome from where you can explore all of the capital city’s wonders? Choose B&B Hotels and then let yourself be amazed by the city’s thousand attractions which include the Coliseum, the Vatican Museums, Piazza di Spagna and the Trevi Fountain. Go shopping in via Condotti or seek out a traditional restaurant in the Trastevere district.

Where to book in Rome

Are you looking for an inexpensive hotel in the centre of Rome? Welcome to the B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere, we’re looking forward to welcoming you! The B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere is located close to the town centre, in the most distinctive district f Rome and is just a stone's throw away from the typical market of Porta Portese - with good connections via Rome’s major public transport systems. The B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere’s strategic location means it is possible to reach the Capital’s most famous tourist attractions, such as the Coliseum, the Circus Maximus, the Roman Fora and Constantine’s Arch, in a matter of minutes and to experience the suggestive atmosphere of Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna.

History and urbanism

The cradle of western history. Rome’s beauty is down to the traces left both by the ancient Roman Empire and by centuries of the Papacy, which is why it is the city with most monuments in the world. We challenge you to count (and then visit) all of the city’s 25,000 points of interest. An absolute must is a visit to the Coliseum: one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and the only one in Europe. Challenge yourselves to spotting the Cupola of St. Peter’s Basilica from Villa Pamphilj: the closer you get the smaller it becomes. If you’re in love with the Eternal City, you must not ignore the traditional tossing of the coin into the Trevi Fountain. It’s a gesture that bodes well for anyone hoping to return here.


Visiting Rome on foot will allow you to take in Roman life, the monuments, the small romantic squares and the fountains that are to be found in every corner of the city. From Piazza di Spagna to Piazza della Repubblica, from the Pantheon to Campo de’ Fiori, from the Circus Maximus to the Basilica of St. Paul, passing in front of the Pyramid of Cestius. But Rome also has some large expanses of greenery, such as the gardens of Villa Borghese and Villa Doria Pamphili, and you can talk a walk on Rome’s Janiculum Hill or visit the Bioparco.


Rome is a network of itineraries and places of interest offering choices such as Egyptian Rome, Religious Rome and Archaeological Rome, to mention but a few. Among Rome's most symbolic monuments there is the Coliseum, the ancient arena for gladiators. From there you can move on along the Palatine Hill to the point, where legend has it, Romulus founded Rome. Finally, why not visit the area of Trastevere, a characteristic district of the city with typical restaurants but above all the place to stay, namely the B&B Hotel Roma Trastevere.


Rome is “caput mundi” (Latin for ‘capital of the world'), as the saying goes. And Rome is most certainly also the capital when it comes to social, traditional and religious events. If you happen to be in the city in April, follow the Procession of the Way of the Cross, which, from the Coliseum, traces the 14 Stations of the Cross that recall the time of Jesus. May is the time for sports, with the BNL International Tennis Tournament, a prestigious competition that takes place at the Foro Italico. On 29 June all of Rome joins in the festivities for the city’s Patron Saints - the Apostles Peter and Paul. The celebrations take place in St. Peter’s Basilica and there is an all-night fair in the vicinity of the Church of St Paul Outside the Walls (Chiesa di San Paolo Fuori le Mura). Rome also welcomes in the New Year with fireworks and concerts in Piazza del Popolo.