The Bed and Breakfast Domus Quiritum is located in the heart of Rome, in the Prati district, formerly known as Prati di San Pietro. St. Peter's is in fact just a 10 minute walk through the quaint medieval Borgo district. Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo, Castel Sant'Angelo, the Janiculum hill, are all within a short walk.
Less than 5 minutes to the central station Lepanto metro line A, which reach the train station, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum.
The location is great and convenient as a starting point for all the major routes of the city in an exclusive district: clean, safe, available during the day with all the shops (supermarkets, pharmacies, tobacconists, bars, restaurants, pizzerias and ice cream parlors craft), quiet and away from loud noises at night.
The house as well as the beautiful building has been recently renovated and have all the comforts of a modern home. We are on the second floor (with elevator) : the main floor with high ceilings and large bright windows overlooking the fountain in Piazza dei Quiriti.
Our guests are always welcomed by the warmth of our welcome, tranquility and discretion of the house, the availability or need any advice about the city as well as the possibility of being accompanied to the station or airport and guided itineraries more or less unusual.
Our breakfast is typical with Italian products of km0 and homemade (cakes and jams made by my dad!). Enjoy normally:
- Coffee, cappuccino, hot chocolate and tea at will (also available throughout the day);
- Tarts and homemade cakes;
- Biscuits and rusks Gentilini;
- Homemade jams (with the fruits of the garden) or packaged Gentilini;
- Cereals and muesli;
- Yoghurt, milk and butter of Centrale del Latte di Roma;
- Fresh croissants from the bar below the B&B;
- Fruit juices
- For those who have intolerance (celiac disease, milk....) we can easily vary the breakfast.. just warn us a few days before to get organized!
- For those who want a savory breakfast just ask!
- On public holidays and when we like the standard breakfast is upset with that of the festivities:)
ps: for those who do not know, Gentilini is the brand of biscuits in Rome! Yummy!!