Urbi et Orbi Roma Guest House is situated in one of the central parts of Rome, right beside the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano. The cathedral of the pope in his capacity as bishop of Rome was built around 320 A.D. By Constantine the Great and is known as the "mother of all churches". Our guest house sits between the magnificent baptistery (Battistero di San Giovanni in Laterano) and the old city gate Porta Metronia, in front of the ancient Aurelian Walls (Mura Aureliane), built by emperor Marcus Aurelius between 270 and 273 A.D. To protect the capital of the Roman Empire from onslaughts of Germanic tribes. Other sights of interest to the art lover or tourist that can be reached easily: Terme di Caracalla (baths of Caracalla), Colosseo (Colloseum), Circo Massimo (Circus Maximus), Villa Celimontana, colle Celio (Caelian hill, one of the seven Roman hills) with all its hidden beauty, the ancient Roman road via Appia Antica and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. Urbi et Orbi Roma is ideal for business travellers as it is within walking distance from et al. The ministry of Tourism, vicariate, hospital San Giovanni, Fao, the Pontifical Lateran University (l'Universita Lateranense) and the Pontifical Seminary (Pontificio Seminario Maggiore). Urbi et Orbi Roma is a friendly accommodation that was renovated recently and has been furnished with taste and love for detail. The lodging consists of five rooms, each with private bathroom, air conditioning, digital TV, hairdryer, safe and WiFi. At the guests' disposal there is also a kitchen where they can enjoy a cup of tea etc. At will and a lounge. Families are cordially invited! On request, we can provide special children's equipment.