Roman and Italian Bed and Breakfast

via Emanuele Filiberto, 161, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Best B&B In Rome...sweetest owner!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 27, 2005

Fantastic place! Would want to LIVE there if I could! My friend and I searched for two months for a clean bed, clean shower, decent location (not more than a half hour to get to Centro Storico of Rome) and had a nice owner! We got more than we asked for!

Marco is the owner, originally from Romania (student of philosophy and history) and is the sweetest, most concerned person ever! He helped us from figuring out an itinerary, where to eat, what to eat, how to say essential phrases, etc. He recently broke up with his wife, who took his 2-year old son (whose birthday was while we were there..Marco was so sad. His wife and son were 400 miles away). He started the B&B with his wife and they had their baby while working the B&B and her presence is EVERYWHERE.

Marco has signs up ALL OVER the B&B stating the rules, which would be common sense to some, but seemed refreshing (like, please leave the door open after taking a shower to air it out, or close the shower door to prevent water from getting all over the place).

He loves the B&B and I love it too!

Unique Quality: There are two parts to the B&B. The main (original) part is in a residential apartment building (with a palm tree in the courtyard...VERY picturesque!) and is on the second floor (or the first floor, in Europe).

Rooms 1-4 are on the 1st floor (one floor UP) and room 7 is on the 2nd floor (two floors UP). Rooms 1-4 share a large common area where breakfast is served. Room 7 is shared with the owner's bedroom and office. Room 7 also shares a bathroom with the owner, which is at the end of the hall.

Rooms 5 and 6 are in a completely different building, about a 5 minute walk away, in another very nice residential building. (ALSO VERY PICTURESQUE!!) Room 5 is a family room, with a large queensize bed and an Ikea bunkbed (very comfy!). Room 6 is a queensize. Both rooms have a kitchen and bathroom between the rooms, which they share, but you can lock the doors to your room from the kitchen and bathroom.

There's also free internet for people staying in Rooms 1-4 and 7 (which are in the original building) Rooms 5 and 6 need to pay extra to use the internet because they are staying in a suite. They also have to pay 2 Euro if they want breakfast because they have a kitchen to use.

Breakfast is a standard Italian cuisine. Bread and jam with coffee or tea. Italians aren't big on breakfast. Try holding out and having an early lunch for a panini or something.

Overall: GREAT B&B and GREAT price. 65 Euro for 2 people (so about 32.5 Euro per person, per night) and that was during high season i believe

Directions: From Termini, take the A (red) train towards Anagnina and get off at Manzoni (2 stops). The B&B is LITERALLY right next to the subway, between a Snack Shop and the Hotel President.

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Address: via Emanuele Filiberto, 161, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy

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