My husband and I stayed herefour nights in early October 2009. It was the first time he had stayed in a bed and breakfast, but I talked him into giving it a try. We had a wonderful stay. We purchased the 3 day Roma Passes that grant you access to public transportation and 2 historical sites/museums for 23 Euro. This worked out great since the Metro stop is literally less than 200 feet from the building entrance.
One of the things that made this place more enjoyable than other B&Bs I've stayed at was the private entrance. It made us feel better about staying out late. The neighborhood is excellent. There are several place to get food, wine. One of our favorite things to do was to go to the deli across the piazza, Forno Dolce Forno, get pianinis and wine then open the windows in our room and eat while we watched everyone getting off work and walking around outside.
Micalea was very helpful and not only showed us all the great places to visit, but went out of her way to locate an adapter for us when we had no way to charge our camera or laptop. Daniela was also very kind and made us feel very welcome. Thank you so much for a great start to our Italy trip!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In one of the most prestigious squares of Downtown Rome, 20 yards from Metro stop "Stazione Bologna", which easily connects you to all major touristic, historic, commercial and business attractions of the Eternal City, is awaiting for you the BED & BREAKFAST BOLOGNA, comfortable inn for the tourist or businessman, where a custom reception goes hand on hand with a friendly atmosphere and where we welcome you speaking English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. ... more less