Immerse myself in your personal “Dolce Vita” at Queen Rome city center, just above the noble Via Veneto and next to the gardens of Villa Borghese and the historic Roman walls 2,000 years. This charming Guest House in Rome with the modern furniture and elegant is exclusively designed for those looking for an atmosphere of sophistication and the highest level of hospitality anticipating every need of the business traveler. The rooms are well furnished and well equipped a lovely terrace to relax in the attic. Culinary specialties and Mediterranean cuisine in the many restaurants near Romana allows you to be served and relax after a pleasant walk among the monuments of Rome. The adjoining bar is the ideal place to meet, to see or be seen, or to enjoy the flamboyant atmosphere of Via Veneto. The Apartment Queen Rome city center is the ideal place for wedding receptions and exclusive celebrations, or just to admire the beautiful view over the rooftops of the Eternal City.
Guests Favorite Rooms
A modern hotel room in Via VenetoStanza singola con bagno in camera ed accesso alla cucina
- Private Bathroom
- Free Wi-Fi
- Flat Screen
- single bed
- Air Condition
Rome Apartment city center Fabulous penthouse with terrace, 3 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, lounge kitchen in the center of Rome
- 3 Private Bathroom
- Private roof
- Free Wi-Fi
- 3 Private Rooms
- Air condition
- Flat screen
B&B Queen Rome city center
From December 4 to January 18, 2016 at the Teatro Sistina
Arrives for the first time at the Musical Comedy Theatre is the script of the film by Mario Monicelli, it has become a real “cult”.
The character of the Marquis Onofrio del Grillo is interpreted by the showman Enrico Montesano joined by Simona Marchini, in the role of mother Faustina
Prices: 34 € for the third gallery to 55 € for poltronissima
Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy The special Jubilee of mercy was officially proclaimed by Pope Francis officially with the presentation and reading of the bubble Misericordiae Vultus occurred Saturday, 11 April 2015 during the celebration of First Vespers of the Sunday of Divine Mercy.
Previously announced by the pope March 13, 2015, the Jubilee of Mercy will have the beginning of December 8, 2015 and ends November 20, 2016.
The choice of that date is not accidental, falling on that day the fiftieth anniversary of the conclusion of the Second Vatican Council, which took place in 1965.