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Welcome to your home

Rooms with a view

Exclusive and informal

Italian B&B Experience

Roman dimension

Attention to details

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Aklesia B&B - Suite Colosseo

Aklesia B&B - Suite Colosseo

     

Welcome

Welcome to your home
Getting in a Roman house and feel at home. This is the feeling we want to offer to our guests from all over the world when staying in our B & B. Warm and friendly atmosphere like your own home, with a great spirit of hospitality that we reserve to all our guests.

Roman dimension
The characteristics of furniture and decoration of our B & B are those of a house built directly on the walls of an ancient Roman house (domus romana). The first two floors were built in 1400 and the one in which we are in the XVIII century. The last renovation, which took place in the early 900's, has given to our home the atmosphere of liberty style at the ancient Roman house that overlooks the Coliseum.

Attention to details
Each room has an own color, starting from the floors, where authentic grit of 1910 draw carpets in the middle of the rooms. Tapestries of the early 900 adorn and characterize the heads of each bed. Chandeliers and sconces Murano glass (famous glass factories in Venice) were made at the early of the last century.
Curtains of the nineteenth century adorn the Golden View, rare ancient hand-made stuff; the bedside of the 20's Art Deco complete details of an interior which combines the classical references with the art nouveau style.

Exclusive and informal
You will find the atmosphere of a true B & B. Each room is decorated with its own combination of elements and the link to a specific color: Red, Blue, Gold. Our B&B wants to offer you a unique holiday experience, which is focused on quality and on perfect combination of exclusivity and informality.

Rooms with a view
Our B & B is located on the third floor, with no lift. But the 77 steps are offset by a picturesque view of the city, which makes our B & B rare, if not unique, in the heart of Rome's archaeological area.