Vatican City 3 Of 3. Accommodations. A Spasso con Sara’s Guide

Third and last event dedicated to the Vatican. After visiting the artistic wonders of the area and having a nice dinner with us, it’s time to go to bed.

A Spasso Con Sara has selected exclusively for you two of the best accommodation facilities to sleep peaceful dreams a few steps from St. Peter’s Square without falling into the classic traps for tourists.

Strategic location, attention to detail, unbeatable value for money: Inn Rhome St Peter Guest House & Domus Quiritum.

Inn Rhome St Peter Guest House

If you are looking for accommodation within walking distance of the Vatican Museums and well connected to the subway and public transport in general, Inn Rhome St Peter Guest House is then the right place for you. Four rooms with private bathroom on the third floor (with elevator) of a building a few steps from the metro stop “Cipro” (the same line can be used to reach Termini Station, the area of Barberini and the Trevi Fountain and then also that of the Spanish Steps).

Patrizia and Alessandro, the hosts, will do everything to give you a pleasant and unforgettable stay in Rome.

You feel welcomed from the very first moment. Impeccable cleanliness, functional spaces, tastefully furnished rooms and comfortable beds. And then again flat screen televisions with Sky (yes, you read well!!!), air conditioning. Ah, there is even a small safe. And if you are still not satisfied, I recommend you take a walk in the bathrooms. A large shower will be your paradise when you return home.

Yes, because in their Guesthouse, Patrizia and Alessandro will really make you feel at home. Not only comfort of the rooms, but above all kindness, courtesy and masterly knowledge of every corner of Rome. The best at your service.

The WIFI connection works perfectly. So if, like me, you need to work in your room too, here you can do it without any problems.

Personally, I was very pleased to have a small coffee and cappuccino machine in my room. I love espresso and in the morning, when I sleep out of the house, I hate having to leave my room and ask for coffee (moreover making me see in my pyjamas or with my face sleepy by everyone!). Here I woke up and had breakfast in my room! And believe me, there was really everything: from fresh croissants to yogurt, from cereals to juice, from jam to butter, from cold meats to cheeses to water and sweet bread … so I ate both sweet and salty and without anxiety of having to leave at a set time (which very often happens in some small structures).

Alessandro, then, was able to recommend some restaurants in the area not bad. Tranquility, comfort and excellent value for money – just a stone’s throw from the Vatican.


Address: Via Francesco Sivori, 48

Telephone: +39 327 958 2017








Domus Quiritum

In the heart of Rome, in the Prati district, just a 10-minute walk from St. Peter’s Square. This is the frame in which the Domus Quiritum, the bed and breakfast of Alessio & Lucilla, is born. Romans and travelers returning from a trip from Alaska decided to open their home on the second floor (with elevator) to travelers from all over the world.

Their bed and breakfast consists of three rooms, the Artist, the Traveller and the Astronomer (my favorite! Book it and then you will understand why!) each of which is equipped with every comfort: memory foam mattresses and double glazing, which will allow you to sleep like little angels while being a short walk from one of the most popular areas of Rome, air conditioning, TV 32 inches with Netflix, WIFI, safe. Each room has a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, linen and amenities.

Your stay begins even before you set foot in the room you booked. And when you arrive in Rome, Lucilla and Alessio are ready to give you a warm and special welcome. Availability and continuous assistance, a smile and good advice, help you live an unforgettable holiday and especially as a true Roman! They even made their bikes available to me to visit the Eternal City in an eco friendly way.

Breakfast is delicious. I am very attentive to the quality of the products I eat every day and I must say that in the morning. I found biscuits, jams, sweets and honey! I discovered that Alessio’s father enjoys personally making sweets for the Guests of the Domus Quiritum! I’m also intolerant to yeast and lactose and the guys have been very attentive in this regard too. Mentioning this, in the morning I found products specifically for my special diet.

And if you want to give yourself a unique and extraordinary experience, I suggest you book an astronomical visit … for a Rome that you will never forget!


Address: Via Duilio, 7

Telephone: +39 338 299 6291

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