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Luxury Guesthouse Rome San Pietro

Are you looking for charm and refinement from you stay in Rome? Are you dreaming of a comfy, equipped location to live at best the Eternal City? The BDB Luxury Rooms San Pietro, luxury guesthouse in Rome San Pietro, awaits you to offer you this and much more.

Stylish details, fine furnishings, minimal design, modern comforts: the BDB San Pietro welcomes its guests in elegant, sophisticated spaces, with comfy, welcoming accommodation solutions for every kind of traveler.

Couples can choose the Standard Double room, generous in its spaces and equipped with every comfort, or the more sophisticated Deluxe Double room, with handcrafter furnishings and refined stylish details; also available the Family Four-Bed room, a real apartment made up of two bedrooms and a private bathroom, ideal to host a family or two couples.

Luxurious is also the room equipment, all outfitted with free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning/heating, minibar, LCD TV with satellite channels, safe and coffee maker with coffee pods of excellent Italian coffee. It is also possible to have VIP concierge service, customer services 24 hours a day, lift, daily cleaning and multilingual staff.

Rooms & Suites

Double Standard 2
Double standard room BDB Luxury Rooms San Pietro

The Standard Room consists of a large air-conditioned double bedroom and a bathroom with ExtraLarge shower decorated with a beautiful mosaic and sink separated from the bathroom with the services

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower
Double Deluxe 2
Deluxe double room BDB Luxury Rooms San Pietro

The Deluxe Room consists of a large air-conditioned double bedroom with a large window on two walls which makes the room the brightest of the hotel

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower
The Smart Apartment 4
Family quadruple room BDB Luxury Rooms San Pietro

The Smart Apartment is configured as a small apartment consisting of two large double bedrooms each with its small balcony, connected by a corridor where you can access the large shower room and where there is a small Nespresso kitchen, sink and machine

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower

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  • Best price guaranteed: Price always lower than Booking.com, Expedia, and others.
  • Modification of reservation: Change/cancel up to 3 days prior to arrival.

How to reach us

  1. Take the Leonardo express to Roma Termini with departures every 15-30 minutes (depending on the day and / or time). Time: 32 minutes (2 stops).
  2. From Stazione Termini proceed head south-west on Piazza dei Cinquecento and take bus 70 towards Clodio. Time: 28 minutes (24 stops).
  3. Get off at Clodio (stop Giuliana / pretura) and proceed on foot towards Circonvallazione Clodia, 169. Time: 6 minutes (500 meters).
  1. Proceed to the Ciampino train station and take the metro to Termini station. Time: 15 minutes.
  2. From Stazione Termini proceed head south-west on Piazza dei Cinquecento and take bus 70 towards Clodio. Time: 28 minutes (24 stops).
  3. Get off at Clodio (stop Giuliana / pretura) and proceed on foot towards Circonvallazione Clodia, 169. Time: 6 minutes (500 meters).
  1. From Stazione Termini proceed head south-west on Piazza dei Cinquecento and take bus 70 towards Clodio. Time: 28 minutes (24 stops).
  2. Get off at Clodio (stop Giuliana / pretura) and proceed on foot towards Circonvallazione Clodia, 169. Time: 6 minutes (500 meters).
  1. From Tiburtina Station take the 495 bus (Valle Aurelia) towards Clodio. Time: 28 minutes (26 stops).
  2. Get off at Clodio (stop Mazzini / bafile) and proceed on foot towards Circonvallazione Clodia, 169. Time: 6 minutes (500 meters).

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