Something about us...
Located in the Trieste district, not far from the center and in a building of the early '900,
the Agnes Roma B&B offers to its guests
two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large common room.
It is a family-run bed and breakfast, which, each time,
tends to improve in welcome and hospitality.
The light décor, inserted in an Italian reality,
makes the Agnes Roma the confortable enviroment
that will allow you to rest before a new discovery of Rome.
See you there!
...And something more...
We're in two: mamma Lucyna and Flavio! And we will provide you with the best attention and care starting from the breakfast that will be both types: continental and italian, changing day by day so you may never get bored of eating the same thing...how could you?! You're in Italy!
Since your arrival we'll give you a map of the city, explaining how to move around Rome and general information useful for an enjoyable visit of the Eternal City.
Keeping it clean: yes, we care that our little B&B offers you the necessary tidiness and cleanliness you deserve! You won't be left alone: from your arrival untill your departure we will help you out, from printing tickets to calling for a taxi, you don't have to worry, just ask and if we can we'll help you out! We're a family and we'll treat you as a family, so at the end of your stay we can all be happy that we have met.
Rome is full of history! We might be just outside the old walls but the Italian history of the XIX and XXth century sorrounds us with its beauty and stateliness. From the Quartiere Coppedè, where art Decò and the early '900 architecture join forces to erect eclectic buildings to Villa Torlonia, home to the Italian Duce Mussolini.
Walking down Via Nomentana you can reach the monumental complex of Santa Agnese fuori le mura, where alongside the remains of the ancient Costantinian Basilic you can visit the early christians catacombs.
Just few bus stops going towards the city centre there it is; Porta Pia! The famous city gate, attacked by the italian forces that conquered Rome from the Pope in the year 1870. Many other things are left to see, and they are all waiting for you, come and enjoy a true Roman hospitality!