Bed and Breakfast B&B La Casa Di Amy

8.6 /10
Average rating
8.6 Average Guest Rating based on 538 scores, of which 20 with reviews.
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La Casa Di Amy can be found in the center of the city, in the Esquilino quarters, one of the seven hills were ancient Rome was found.

In walking distance you can find, Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, The Coliseum, Circus Maximus, and The Roman Forum, all 10 min from our B&B.

In the quarters of our Bed & Breakfast there are lots of various ethnicities because of, “Roma Caput Mundi”. Also two blocks over you can find a huge multiethnic market in piazza Vittorio Emanuele where you will be intoxicated with aromas, tastes and sound from all over the world.

Each room has its own private bathroom with shower and hair dryer, air conditioning, refrigerator, flat screen TV, and alarm clock. All to give you the sense that you are still at home. Keeping the rooms dusted, vacuumed, and turned over is one of our highest priorities.

On request we have single rooms, or double rooms where an extra bed can be easily added to accommodate a small child of no more then two years old for no extra charge.

We offer a full continental style breakfast with various flavours that will surely delight everyone, and give a great start to each new day.

Facilities of B&B La Casa Di Amy

General
Air Conditioning, All Public and Private spaces non-smoking, Elevator, Express Check-In/Check-Out, Garden, Gay Friendly, Heating, Luggage Storage, Newspapers, Non-Smoking Rooms, Pets Allowed, Safety Deposit Box
Services
Bicycle Rental, Breakfast in the Room, Car Hire, Currency Exchange, Fax/Photocopying, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included, Internet Services, Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Tour Desk, WiFi

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8.6 Average Guest Rating based on 538 scores, of which 20 with reviews.
  • Rooms
  • Cleanliness
  • Staff
  • Services
  • Price/quality

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    B&B La Casa Di Amy This was a convenient place to stay in Rome since it is very close to the train station! The staff was very friendly and quickly got us settled in to a spacious, clean room away from the noise of the city. A great escape and would recommend this place to other travelers.

    9.1

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • March 2012
    B&B La Casa Di Amy I enjoyed the coziness of the place... Great location.... close to historical sites. The staff were warm and welcoming. La stanza era bella e molto pulita. Sono stata bene nella camera con i miei genitori.

    9.4

    • Traveller
    • Maria, Canada
    • August 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy It is located a few steps from Termini station and about 15 minutes walking from the colosseum. Staff were all very welcoming. Rooms were cozy and clean. We highly recommend this B&B.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • April 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy We stayed twice at the B&B. Being a family of three (child is 3 years old) we had a triple room. The second time we got a marvellous room with a kind of second level build in as a bed. Our son loved it and the room was very comfortable. We needed a place close to Roma Termini and were perfectly happy with our choice. The only thing that was a bit annoying was the garbage cleaning at midnight the first night. But I guess you cannot avoid such things in Rome. I would really recommend the place for its friendly staff, price and position as well as cozy atmosphere.

    9.1

    • Family with babies
    • Anonymous, Austria
    • April 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy I stayed here for the second time. It well situated near the central station where the airport bus stops. Simple and clean rooms. Helpful front desk staff.

    8.5

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, Austria
    • April 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy Easy to get to the city centre from here. Cozy and comfortable rooms. Staff were all very courteous. We had a lovely stay and we would love to come back.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Italy
    • April 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy I picked the hotel from on line and therefore had no way of knowing ahead of time the type of accommodations we would get. It certainly was not nearly of the quality we had expected. The room was very small, the elevator infinitessamle. It did serve the purpose for one night's stay, but I don't know whether by Rome's standards it should have costed us Euro 129. Regretfully, I cannot recommend it.

    5.0

    • Senior couple
    • Anonymous, Israel
    • March 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy Too costly and not that great place to stay.. very small room and tough to find out the place with no sign boards for the hotel from outside. Not great response from hotel staff.

    6.1

    • Traveller
    • Kirthiha, Netherlands
    • March 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy It is situated near the termini station and a few steps from the centre. Excellent breakfast with fresh food.

    8.5

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, USA
    • March 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy I am always looking for nice hotels at bargain basement prices. I might have been able to find cheaper, I don't know. However, this hotel was delightful. It was 2-3 blocks from Termini, very convenient. We walked past plenty interesting shops and restaurants (and other hotels) so the area is an interesting one to stay in. The rooms themselves are all decorated differently. We stayed in one with dark wooden furnishings and dark red textiles. The furnishings were European but reminded me so much of Cambodia where I have lived. They also favor the dark red in their weavings. The room was beautiful and looked out over a lovely garden. Uh, I thought our credit card reservation had paid for the room, but actually it only made the reservation. They charged nothing to our card and have a cash only policy on room payment. No included breakfast, but it is easy to eat in this neighborhood, and perhaps more fun to go out and do it.

    9.7

    • Young couple
    • Susan And Mark, USA
    • March 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy Conveniently located near the central railway station and not too far from the colesseum. Rooms were basic but clean. Staff were very courteous and friendly. We would definetely return here.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • February 2011
    B&B La Casa Di Amy The location is very good, only a few minutes walking from the central station and many sights. The room was a bit dated but functional and very clean. Breakfast was very good! We'd definetely go back!

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, United Kingdom
    • December 2010
    B&B La Casa Di Amy This B&B was very convenient to Termini, but not well marked if you walked to it from one particular direction. The staff were polite. The room was large enough but the bathroom was VERY small--however, we were expecting that having travelled in Europe before. It was great that they allowed us to check in early. My one beef is that they did not advise us, nor were there signs in the room that check out was 10:00 AM. Luckily, they did not charge us when we checked out VERY late (close to noon). Knowing now that check out was that early, we probably would not have stayed there just because the way our day was planned out. Breakfast was ok but typical for Italy (Germany, France and Austria have more elaborate breakfasts).

    5.7

    • Senior couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • May 2010
    B&B La Casa Di Amy Great place to stay, close to the train so that you can walk from the station, clean and very friendly. Only negative comment was the neighbour's barking dog most of the night and would have liked fresh baked goods for breakfast instead of the prepackaged croissants.

    8.6

    • Senior couple
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • July 2009

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    Area information

    We are on Via Principe Amadeo, 85 almost at the head of Piazza Manfredo Fanti, the piazza of the glorious Roman aquarium, where interesting architecture from the beginning of the 19th century, serves to attract international cultures. La Casa Di Amy is 200 meters from Termini station, its location is ever more accommodating for those who would like to visit Rome using public transportation. From there you can catch, a train, bus, subway, taxi, ect.. to get to any part of the city including Roma Ciampino, and Roma Fiumicino airports. You can also catch the bright red convertible bus that takes you on a panoramic tour of the eternal city.

    We are on Via Principe Amadeo, 85 almost at the head of Piazza Manfredo Fanti, the piazza of the glorious Roman aquarium, where interesting architecture from the beginning of the 19th century, serves to attract international cultures. La Casa Di Amy is 200 meters from Termini station, its location is ever more accommodating for those who would like to visit Rome using public transportation. From there you can catch, a train, bus, subway, taxi, ect.. to get to any part of the city including Roma Ciampino, and Roma Fiumicino airports. You can also catch the bright red convertible bus that takes you on a panoramic tour of the eternal city.

    Travel information

    From "Leonardo Da Vinci" airport

    Direct train "Leonardo Express" "Roma Termini" Railway Station. Every 30 minutes, every day from 06:37 to 23:37. Route time: 35 minutes N.B.: Leonardo Express train makes no mid-journey stops.

    Night service COTRAL Bus  "Roma Termini" Railway Station Every day 01:15 - 02:15 - 03:30 - 05:00 AM. Bus stop outside the arrivals halls of the domestic and international terminals. Bus stop Roma "Piazza Cinquecento " (Termini railway station).

    From "Roma Ciampino" airport

    Terravision Shuttle Roma Termini Railway Station. Service is in connection with Ryanair and Easy-Jet flights. Tickets can be purchased from boxes booth at Ciampino airport (in front of arrivals hall) or at the Royal Santina Hotel at Roma Termini station (Via Marsala 22)

    Schiaffini Travel Shuttle Roma Termini Railway Station. Departures from Roma Ciampino Airport: Mon-Sat 12:10 and 19:45 - Sat-Holidays 12:05 and 19:30. Departures from Roma Termini Railway Station (Via Marsala in front of Royal Santina Hotel): Mon-Sat 10:15 and 17:35 - Sat-Holidays 10:10 and 17:35. Tickets can be purchased from authorized boxes booth at Ciampino airport or at Termini railway station or on the bus.

    From "Roma Termini" Railway Station.  Turn right at via Giolitti, and go straight until you find, via Principe Amadeo, turn left and go straight to number 85, where we will be waiting for you.

    “This was a convenient place to stay in Rome since it is very close to the train station! The staff was very friendly and quickly got us settled in to a spacious, clean room away from the noise of the city. A great escape and would recommend this...„
    Young couple USA