Description:Located in the heart of the ancient jewish area. The apartment in Portico D'Ottavia enjoys a central position between the Venezia and Argentina Squares. This one bedroom accommodation (for two persons) is on the third floor of a XIV century building... [more]
Hechsher from: Roman Jewish community Kashrut level: N/A
Number of rooms / apartments: 9 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 10 (Chabad VIa BAlbo) Kosher restaurant: 20 (N/A)
The Cesar suite is located in the historical centre of Rome. Close to the Porta Pia monument, one of the last great architectural works of Michelangelo, theatre of the famous ‘Breccia di Porta Pia’, in the 20th of September 1870. A few steps from the famous Via Veneto and Villa Borghese. Its central location allows visits of the major sights of the city, both by foot or with public transportations. Cesar B&B is a completely new and environmentally-friendly structure, with all the comforts needed for a special stay in Rome. Our offer The Bed & Breakfast Cesar completely new, it has single and double rooms, equipped with a WI-FI, all with bathrooms inside the room, equipped with linen and towels, dispensers for soap and hair dryer, very spacious and furnished in a simple and elegant, comfortable and vital atmosphere. The rooms are quiet thanks to the double windows. The rooms also offer many other services: TV 'Air conditioning, safe, daily cleaning which will guarantee an enjoyable stay at our place. Daily assistance by our team of experts will be provided upon your arrival.
For the most demanding the Cesar Bed & Breakfast offers "EXTRA" services including: Airport Transfer – room mini bar – Guided Private Tours of Rome - KOSHER FOOD.*
very nice and quite area close to major attraction,
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