Via Pietro Ercole Visconti, 40
Ostia, ROMA (RM)
At 100 meters from the sea of ??Rome, in a quiet area 650 meters from the center full of restaurants, cafes and elegant shops, we offer you a refined Guest House, with quiet rooms equipped with every comfort and a beautiful terrace welcomed by our affable and familiar courtesy. Recently and finely restored, our structure with independent entrance is located on the ground floor. Given the location your stay will enjoy the wonders of the center of Rome, reachable in 20 minutes by train and the relaxation of our beaches and lush pine forests such as Castelfusano, with its reserve of the president and Capocotta famous for its kilometers of white and majestic sand Mediterranean bush. The Roma/Lido station a few meters away will allow you to reach the center of the capital in 30 minutes, with just 5 minutes (two stops) of the same train you can visit the suggestive excavations of Ostia Antica, where the first river and sea port once stood, first wealth of the Roman empire. The new marina can be reached by public transport or with a lovely 15-minute walk on our promenade. The international airport of Rome Fiumicino L. Da Vinci is 15 minutes away and can be easily reached by train, bus or shuttle service. In moments of relaxation Ostia Lido in addition to its beaches offers every type of service:.. good food - spa - activities - sports - shopping and all kinds of fun..
Double room with private external bathroom, air conditioning, Smart TV with Netflix, hair dryer, kettle in the room with free tea and free chocolates.
Fully equipped kitchen area with breakfast and meals available on request for our guests.
Indoor dining room and reading corner available for guests.
Terrace, equipped for breakfast and aperitifs, sunbathe, relaxation area.
All rooms are equipped with free wi-fi internet connection.
Characteristic farmer's market 150 meters from the property.
- Disabled Access
- Air Conditioning
- Free Wifi
- Hair dryer
- Smoke Friendly
- Fine Design
- Home Restaurant
Declared by the Innkeeper