Feeling at home, in a cozy, refined and full of comfort space, share an experience and an emotion: this and much more is FeelinRome, bed and breakfast located in the heart of Rome, precisely in the San Saba district, two steps from the center, in a strategic position to reach all the historic corners of the Eternal City.
Just arrived, you will be welcomed by Giorgia, the young owner who will love giving you directions to enjoy Rome with specifically designed itineraries for those who come for work and those who are simply on holiday and want to visit the city.
FeelinRome is a structure composed of three rooms, each of which is characterized by a design that combines in a perfect harmony a minimal style, clean and essential but modern and finished in detail, with all the necessary comforts: air conditioning, wi-fi connection, heating self-contained, flat screen TV, private bathroom and personal care kit.
The feeling is just to feel at home.
The living room of the bed and breakfast, furnished in the same modern and well-kept style, is equipped with a hand-held table where you can share special moments of conviviality with other guests, in total harmony, cuddled by an Italian homemade breakfast: pies, tarts, muffins, freshly baked bread, salami, cheeses, juice, coffee, milk, cereals, yogurt and much more.
In the case of food allergies or intolerances, you can request a personalized breakfast according to your needs.
If you are looking for a place to sleep in Rome, but you want something more than just a bed and breakfast… FeelinRome is the right place to stay for several nights.
The customer that arrives is accompanied in his stay, with directions, advices and informations on theatrical performances, cinemas, museums, tourist tours and reservations at restaurants and trattorias. The small library with books, publications, films and documentaries on Rome is available to those who are on vacation and want to know the Eternal City better.
The small district of San Saba, in the heart of Rome, is located between Testaccio, Aventino and Palatino and takes the name from the monastery and the adjacent Basilica built in the VIII century A.D. by eastern monks arrived from the community founded in Jerusalem by Saint Saba. It is composed of two parts: one part dates back to the early 1900s and the other one with residential buildings built in the 50s and 60s.
This district is situated around the main square, Piazza Bernini, which connotes San Saba as a “delightful village” in the Capital city, a city-size and tourist destination.
is a B&B set in a peaceful and quiet street, reachable by bus and car, very close to subway and railway stations. Due to its strategic location it allows easy access to the Vatican City both by bus and by train in a few minutes especially now that the Jubilee Year of Mercy will start.
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