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Your home in Rome

Easy to reach, in the center of Beauty

Rome
5 Rms, 14 Guests
Starting €60/night
(+39) 335 7018053
Welcome to B&B Florian Rooms

In the heart of Rome

Your residence in the heart of the city of Rome. Located in a historic Umbertine building, our five rooms, recently renovated in a simple style, young and delicate are bright and welcoming. Equipped with private bathroom, television, air conditioning and internet wi-fi free.

You are now in a gentle and friendly atmosphere, only 4 minutes from Termini Station and opposite the ruins of the ancient baths of Diocletian, in the historic Via Solferino, between Indipendence Square and Cinquecento Square.
The area so central is one of the most cosmopolitan and multi-cultural capital, with shops and restaurants at reasonable prices and not far from the picturesque open-air market at Vittorio Square.

In addition, it is particularly convenient to walk or short bus ride to the most important monuments and squares: the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Quirinale, Piazza Venezia, Roman Forum, the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Palazzo Massimo, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo and the commercial street Via del Corso with its variety of exercises, luxury shops brands and coffee.

Our guests can enjoy breakfast at the Cafe Florian’s, Independence Square, no. 9, just 2 minutes walk from the guesthouse. You can enjoy both lunch and dinner the excellent pizzas cooked in a traditional wood-fired oven to Florian’s restaurant , besides the typical Italian dishes.

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Accommodations & About Your Stay

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Arts & Culture

So much beauty a stone’s throw from you

Museo Nazionale Romano – Palazzo Massimo
Inspired by the magnificent palaces of the 16th century, Palazzo Massimo was built between 1883 and 1887. Its four floors contain some of the greatest masterpieces of the entire artistic output of the Roman world: sculptures, reliefs, frescos, mosaics, stuccoes and sarcophagi.

Largo di Villa Peretti, 2, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Map and directions

Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday – 14:00 to 19:45 (last admission 19:00)
Saturday and Sunday – 10:30 to 19:45 (last admission 19:00)
Museo Nazionale Romano – Baths of Diocletian

The Baths of Diocletian and the Charterhouse of Santa Maria degli Angeli are a unique monumental complex because of their size and exceptional state of preservation. They were constructed in a period of only eight years, between 298 and 306 AD, and extend over an area of 13 hectares, in the area between the Viminal and Quirinal Hills. The complex was able to accommodate up to 3,000 people at one time and was constructed according to the usual model used for the great imperial baths, with the principal rooms of the bathing ritual distributed along a central axis.

Via Enrico de Nicola, 78, 00185 Rome (Italy)
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Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday – 14:00 to 19:45 (last admission 19:00)
Saturday and Sunday – 10:30 to 19:45 (last admission 19:00)
Saint Teresa in Ecstasy in Santa Maria della Vittoria
The Transverberation of Saint Teresa is the central sculptural group in white marble set in an elevated aedicule in the Cornaro Chapel, Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome. It was designed and completed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, the leading sculptor of his day, who also designed the setting of the Chapel in marble, stucco and paint. It is generally considered to be one of the sculptural masterpieces of the High Roman Baroque. It depicts Teresa of Ávila.

Via XX Settembre, 17, 00187 Rome (Italy)
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Opening hours
Weekdays – 08:30-12:00am and 03:30pm-06:00pm
Sunday – 03:30pm-06:00pm
Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Inspired by the magnificent palaces of the 16th century, Palazzo Massimo was built between 1883 and 1887. Its four floors contain some of the greatest masterpieces of the entire artistic output of the Roman world: sculptures, reliefs, frescos, mosaics, stuccoes and sarcophagi.Palazzo delle Esposizioni is the largest interdisciplinary exhibition area in the centre of Rome: more than 10,000 square metres of space on three floors, Level 0, 1 and 2, host cultural events and offer services to visitors.
The Palazzo will also have a 136 seats Cinema, an Auditorium (multimedia hall for 88 people) and a Forum (multifunctional hall), an Atelier (art workshop), as well as a 290 sq.m. café, a 400 sq.m. restaurant for 240 people and a 470 sq.m. bookshop./p>

Via Nazionale, 194, 00184 Rome (Italy)
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Opening hours
from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

How to reach us

By Train

We are 300 meters from the Termini train station, 4 minutes ‘ walk. From Termini station: exit onto Piazza dei Cinquecento, turn right onto Via Enrico de Nicola and continue straight on Via Solferino. We are at number 9, 4th floor.

By Bus

ATAC bus to Piazza dei Cinquecento (bus terminal for several lines) We are just 300 metres from the bus station ATAC at Piazza dei Cinquecento, a 4-minute walk From Piazza dei Cinquecento, ATAC bus terminal, turn right onto Via Enrico de Nicola and continue straight on Via Solferino. We are at number 9, 4th floor.

By Metro

Line A : Termini Railway Station stops (4 minute walk): Line B : Castro Pretorio stops (3 minutes walk)

By Car
From the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare), take exit 11 for Via Nomentana, direction city centre. Continue on Via Nomentana for around 10 km until Piazzale di Porta Pia. Before crossing the ancient door, turn left on Viale del Policlinico and then take the first right onto Via San Martino della Battaglia; continue straight on Via Solferino.
By Plain

From Fiumicino Airport: Train Leonardo Express to Termini station; from there walk to Via Marsala direction Piazza dei Cinquecento, then take the second right onto Via Solferino.
From Ciampino Airport: Bus Cotral Schiaffini for Terminal Anagnina, then take the metro to Termini-Piazza dei Cinquecento.