“A small B&B run by an American-Italian couple, a brief stroll from the Forum and Piazza Venezia. The friendly managers offer good-sized rooms, all en suite with air conditioning and central heating.”
“This sunny B&B is at the bottom of noisy Via Cavour, a stone’s throw from the Imperial Forums. Run by a welcoming young couple, it has four big guest rooms, each of which boasts homely furnishings with wrought-iron beds, colourful pictures and a large bathroom. For such a central place it’s also remarkably quiet, and has a long line of satisfied customers.”
“Nicolas Inn Bed & Breakfast, a delightful little four room place with thoughtful touches, is spacious and bright. It’s run by François and American expat Melissa, who make you feel like you have caring friends in Rome.”
The Daily Mail named Nicolas Inn one of the Best Budget Hotels in Rome, “Well furnished accommodation, friendly management and good location.”
Located in Monti, an ancient red-light district turned trendy neighbourhood, the Nicolas Inn also happens to be a stone’s throw from the Forum and Colosseum. But the pensione, opened in 2004, is more than just convenient. The four cute, clean rooms each have king-sized beds, individual air-conditioning, and roomy bathrooms. The biggest sell, though, is the warm welcome from the owners, Chicago native Melissa and her Italian-Lebanese, six-language-speaking husband Francois. The two go out of their way for guests, whether helping them grab medicine at the pharmacy or highlighting the best spots for an al fresco drink on their map.
“Non-smoking rooms in the heart of Rome, near the forum and Colosseum. Don’t know Italian? This hotel has American owners and is highly rated by the folks at SlowTrav.com.”
Only 4 blocks from the Colosseum, this small B&B is also convenient for exploring the Roman Forum. In a warm, cozy atmosphere, a few guests are housed on the second floor of an early 20th century building. Rich fabrics and cherry colored wood make this hotel a winner, that and its comfortably furnished midsize to spacious bedrooms. A major asset of the inn is the personal attention provided for each guest. Guests find a complimentary map of Rome is their bedrooms.
“The inn has great sound-blocking windows, so traffic won’t bother you at night when you’re trying to sleep. The 4 rooms are each equipped with a refrigerator, a TV, and wireless internet access. The rooms were all gutted and remodeled when the new owners created the property. The location is the closest we visited to the Forum and Coliseum… and you can easily walk to almost anything in central Rome, including the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps.”
“Unlike most B&B’s that leave you without a staff, the affable English-speaking owners are always available during the day and happy to answer any questions – a real rarity in its class.”
A brief stroll from the Colosseum, this B&B is run by a friendly American-Italian couple, who are keen to make guests feel at home. The rooms are a good size, spotless and elegant, and have free wi-fi. Breakfast is included but is serve in a nearby bar.
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