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Tre R Bed & Breakfast

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The B&B is located in strategic tourist location, it is in fact fairly close to the most important tourist attractions in Rome, like: The Coliseum, Circus Maximus, Palatine Hill, Therms of Caracalla, The Pyramid of Cestius, Trastevere, Piazza Navona etc..The most important landmarks which are adjacent to the “Old Appian Way Park” like the Catacombs of St. Domitilla and Saint Callisto can be reached after a brief walk of approximately 300 m.The museum of the “Ardeatine Caves” can be found at approximately 400 m. walking distance and by walking a further 3/400 m. the actual “Old Appian Way Park” can be reached as well. From there it is possible to admire the “Tomb of Cecilia Metella” and many other important Roman ruins.The B&B is also located a short distance from “Via Cristoforo Colombo”, one of the main roads in Rome which connects the city of Rome to the sea. It is in fact possible to reach the center in 10 minutes qith 3 different lines of bus or the sea side resort of “Ostia Lido” by a 30 minutes journey by train where you will be able to enjoy many pleasurable hours sun bathing in the Rome sun-shine.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Airport transportation
Non-smoking hotel
Room features
Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
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I was originally struggling to find a hotel in Rome for our stay as it was rather short notice for when we were going. Looked and looked for a few days couldn't really find anything that was to my taste which has a private bathroom. About to give up and then came across Tre R.
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The rooms are quite big and very comfortable. We had acces to a well stocked kitchen. We could make coffee and tea and drink it on the terrace. We bought groceries from across the street. We had breakfast at a nearby cafe (croissant and coffee). They also make excellent
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we visited Rome for a week in October, having found this lovely guest house via previous positive reviews.Andrea and Luciano were very friendly and helpful at all times, making our stay a pleasure. They gave us excellent advice about local restaurants and sightseeing . Breakfast
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What a fab little place to stay just a few mins away from central Rome by the number 716 bus or if the mood takes you, you can easily walk in. Probably around and hour but easy walking. Don't let the outside of the building put you off. The area might look a little run down but
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Very nice, clean and well taken care of place with very friendly and helpful staff. I've stayed here over the Easter weekend together with my fiancée and had a very good experience. Andrea, the guy that takes care of the place gave us some excellent recommendations for
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Can you please tell me if there is a lift in the accodation Thanks Joe
Hi Joe, we are at the 1st floor just few steps (8/10 steps) to get in the entrance. Hope to see you
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Sto cercando il numero di telefono di questo hotel...potete aiutarmi?
Buonasera, sono Andrea il titolare della struttura. Le lascio il mio recapito. 3467051930
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"Room 1 had a private balcony terrace area which was a plus."
"we had a room with a terrace."
"Ask for one of the rooms facing the courtyard."
"Rooms are alike as in official photos."
"Try to get a room facing the courtyard in the back (I think it's Room 2 & 3)"
US$63 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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