Abemus in San Pietro B&B bed and breakfast in Roma - Italy

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Abemus in San Pietro B&B
Via della Cava Aurelia, 145 - Vaticano - Roma (Rome)
is located in a populated area



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Abemus in San Pietro B&B is a completely renovated flat with wide and comfortable rooms, simply and carefully furnished, designed to give our guests the relaxed feel of an homely atmosphere, and to help them experience a peaceful and unforgettable holiday. We also place publications and depliants at your disposal, to help you while exploring Rome, and we will gladly suggest you plenty of exciting itinerary tours at your request.

Prices( No Booking Fees )

Single
Min.€. 50,00
Max.€. 90,00
Double
Min.€. 70,00
Max.€. 120,00
Triple
Min.€. 90,00
Max.€. 170,00

Rates include the room, breakfast, towels and bed sheets. They can vary in accordance with the season (high and low), with the periods (Easter, Christmas, New year’s day, Epiphany or long... more

Services

Our rooms are big and comfortable, the furnishing is modern and very functional. Every room is provided with conditional air, fridge-bar, television, private bath with shower. In a large kitchen a plentiful breakfast is served with milk, coffee, tea, barley, fruit juices, yogurt, croissants, bread and butter, jam, chocolate and honey.

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Distance from Abemus in San Pietro B&B to:

(Using public transportation)
Seaside: 30 minutes
Railway Station: 15 minutes
Airport: 30 minutes

The property offers accommodation for a minimum of 1 nights and it has 7 bed places

Attractions near Roma

Abemus in San Pietro B& B is very close to the Vatican, in a quiet and silent road where there used to be a cave for clay quarrying, which supplied the bricks needed to build St. Peter's church and the Vatican City. It's just 300 metres away from St. Peter's colonnade and the Vatican Museum, and its placing in the very old Roman centre helps for a quick and easy move around the city, so with a pleasant walk you can smoothly reach for Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori,...
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