The b&b san Pietro is a great b&b to stay at whilst visiting Rome. I cannot recommend it enough.
My husband, 8 year old daughter and myself loved this b&b. It was very central to everything. The bus stop was right outside and took you directly to the vatican and colesseum. All other tourist attractions where also easy to reach . At the end of the road there is a mcdonalds and a few pizza bars, a lovely trendy italian restaurant that was reasonable. For a main meal for the three of us only cost us 30 euros plus drinks. There is also a good chinease that was very reasonable as well cost us 20 euros for all three of us main meals and drinks. Not forgetting the Gelatteria up the road that sold the best ice cream i have ever tasted . We would call in on our way back from our meal out for dessert .
The supermarket stocked everything you need and was very cheep. 6 bottles of water for 40 c. We would stock up with cold meat and rolls and store it in the ridge in our room and take a packed lunch out with us, to avoid the expensive restaurants in the centre of rome and then go back to the b&b and have a meal locally on a evening.Was so much cheaper. While staying in Rome you need to go about two or three streets away from tourist areas if you don't want pay silly prices for a meal out. We did get stung once whilst by the trevi fountain. went in a geletaria and got charged 15 euros for two cans of coke and one beer for sitting inside.
So for a budget break in Rome this b&b is perfect.
The room we stayed in was the cyclamen room. It was very spacious all looked newly furnished
and had a door that opened out directly onto a shared balcony which, when we used we had all to ourselfs because everyone else had already gone out. The breakfast was continental but, very substantial we had a choice to eat it in our room,on the balcony or in the communal area. The beds were very comfortable. We had a king sized bed and our daughter had a single which had a very thick comfy matress.
Bedding was changed whilst we were there and had lovely thick fluffy towels supplied. When we arrived we also had some small toilletries left for us too.
The only problem with the b&b i would say is the traffic noise outside as it is situated near the main rd via gregrio v11 which is very busy. This was no problem for us though as we were so tired from walking about and long sightseeing days that we went straight asleep as soon as or heads hit the pillow.
The bathroom was lovely newly decorated and spottlessly clean as was the whole b&b.Tizania was very helpfull and friendly and gave us directions if we were stuck she also supplied us with a handy map of Rome.
We had free wi-fi and the use of the b&b's computer which was really handy for emails and going online.
You will not be dissapointed if you decide to book the b&b san pietro. It's a lovely place for a short break in Rome . If we go back to Rome we will definatly be staying there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are located only a stroll from the famous Vatican area, and within easy distance of the centre of Rome. Also nearby is Castel San'Angelo, Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori. Our charming B&B is convenient to shopping, fine dining, and all of Rome's most treasured central landmarks. Our charming, and affordable bed and breakfast in Rome is located on the first floor of an ornate Liberty-style building, situated in one of Rome's quiet corners.All our rooms have ensuite bathroom with shower and hairdryier, TV sat, WI-FI free connection, fridge, air conditioner.If you are planning to visit the capital city of Italy with your family, and you like personal ambiance, you may seriously consider to stay at the B&B San Pietro. ... more less
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