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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Rome Monasteries

  • Unique Monastery rooms in one of a kind the heart of Catholic Christianity.
  • Stay in unique guest accommodation in historic and beautiful buildings across Rome,  seconds from some of the most famous attractions in Italy. 
  • Visit the world-renowned Colosseum, vast palaces and wonderful museums. Marvel at the beauty of the famed Trevi Fountain and stroll through the magnificent Vatican City, home to the iconic St Peter's Basilica.
  • Enjoy a unique backstage pass to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Rome and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat like no other.

Reviews for Rome

Based on 36 reviews

Simple room, with shared bathroom. No problem sharing. Lovely roof space and garden. Breakfast and coifed good, with helpful staff

Casa Il Rosario, Rome

Fantastic stay. Thank he Dominican sisters have a great place.

Casa Il Rosario, Rome

I had such a pleasant stay! Amazing location, room was very clean and cute and all of the staff were so lovely! Will definitely stay again when I'm next in Rome. couldn't recommend more highly.

Casa Il Rosario, Rome

Friendly welcome, quite location. Spotless, peaceful, comfortable en-suite room, good wifi. Lovely place to return to after a day out (strict midnight curfew). Sisters and staff very helpful. Look forward to returning next Spring.

Casa Preziosissimo Sangue, Rome

Very nice staff and decent room/breakfast. Would definitely stay here again.

Casa San Juan De Ribera, Rome

Room very clean. All staff very friendly and helpful. Location excellent. Lovely, peaceful garden terrace.

Casa Il Rosario, Rome

Excellent! Comfortable and very clean. We would definitely stay here again.

Casa Maria Immacolata, Roma

Very welcoming staff. We would have liked a few more savory options for breakfast eg cheese with bread with cereals

Casa San Giuseppe, Rome

Enjoyed peaceful, reverent site. Close to tourist locations. Sisters were helpful and kind.

Casa Il Rosario, Rome

Rome Visitor information

What to see in Rome?

Everything in Rome is magical, evocative and unforgettable. But if the time of your stay is limited, there are some stages you won’t want to do without:

  • The Colosseum: it is almost unthinkable to visit Rome, and not go to admire the Colosseum. Symbol of the capital and of Italy.
  • The Vatican Museum: Rome is full of wonderful museums, the most famous however is definitely the Vatican Museum, which houses the collection of centuries of historical and artistic treasures.
  • Fontana di Trevi: it's incredible to think that its construction ended in 1762, considering its immensity and beauty. A traditional legend claims that visitors who launch one coin in the fountain, they will surely return to Rome.
  • Churches and Basilicas: obviously with the presence of the Vatican City, St. Peter is one of the most interesting destinations. But within the city of Rome, the must-sees are: S. Giovanni in Laterano, S. Paolo fuori le mura, and S. Maria Maggiore.

Where to stay in Rome?

Fortunately Rome offers several accommodations for its tourists, and if you don’t want to spend too much money, you’ll have at your disposal, especially in the central area of the city, of any type of accommodation you want.

Very popular in Rome are the holiday guest houses managed by religious orders, which they make available, clean and welcoming facilities, for those who are looking for modest prices, and for a kind and family welcome. They represent a big resource for tourism as they are guesthouses and monasteries that have been establised for a really long time, usually located in ideal places to enjoy your vacation.

What to eat in Rome?

If you have passion for Italian food, or if you simply love good food, you are in the right place. Roman cuisine is known for being simple, but extremely tasty. Rome is a dream for pizza and pasta lovers: think about carbonara, cacio e pepe, or amatriciana pasta. Don't miss out!

How to get around Rome?

Rome is connected to the rest of the world by two main airports: Rome Airport Fiumicino, and Rome Ciampino Airport. From Rome Fiumicino to the Center: 31Km approximately, 30-45min (by train with the Leonardo Express, by taxi, by bus, and private transfer for groups). From Rome Ciampino: about 20Km, 30-60min (by train, taxi, bus or private transfer for I groups).

Once you reach the city, you will have several public transportations available such as: metro (consists of 3lines A B and C which guarantee travel even on weekends, and is the preferred means of transport by citizens. The metro is available from 05.30 in the morning until 23.30 during the week excluding line A which closes at 10 pm- and until 1.30 am on weekends), bus (with 414 lines with day and night buses), Trolleybus (90 Express and 30 Express, from 05.00 to 23.00), Tram (6 lines, without night runs).

Useful tips

Some useful tips for all tourists who want to visit Rome: travel light, and if you go during Summer, watch the heat!If you go to visit the Vatican, do not bring sharp objects or too large backpacks: the security will stop you at the entrance. Avoid picnics in the squares or on monuments: you could receive a fine.Locals say that Rome is at its best during spring time, but it will be unforgettable in every period of the year!

History of Rome

Rome, known worldwide as “ the eternal city” is the capital of Italy, as well as the capital of the Lazio region, and represents the most populated municipality in the State, and the third largest in the European Union, after Madrid and Berlin.

Rome was founded on April 21st, 753 b.C., and has represented since then, the beating heart of one of the most important ancient civilizations, which influenced society, culture, literature, art, architecture, philosophy, customs, law and religion of the following centuries, so much that the historic centre of Rome, was proclaimed in 1980, a UNESCO ( United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Site.

The Italian capital is the core of Catholic Christianity, and is the only city in the world that hosts an entire State: The Vatican City.

The Eternal City offers a great variety of entertainment for all the tourists who want to enjoy a typical Italian stay: from families who want to taste the typical local cuisine and relax in the vast green spaces surrounding the city, to those who prefer to stay under the banner of culture, peace and spirituality and to young people who want to spend their holidays under the banner of fun and shopping.

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