Spending holidays in Rome at a cheap price is really a dream for so many people. But nowadays it has become much easier for everyone to find a suitable but cheap accommodation in Rome, thanks to the “Religious Guesthouses”, which are hotel-like accommodations run by the representatives of the several catholic religious orders.
The Religious Guesthouses in Rome are spread all over the town, but many of them are located at the most important areas of Rome and even next to most central attraction (as i.e. in Via Veneto, St. Peter’s etc.) . They offer value-for-money hospitality to individual, students, families and groups wishing to enjoy the visit of Colosseum, Vatican Museums, and of all the other main highlights of Rome.
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The House of Saint Bridget, a splendid XV century building, houses people of all nationalities, creed and age.
In the first floor of the House one can visit the three rooms where Saint Bridget lived and died. A big library, a sunroof and especially the welcoming familiar atmosphere render the House an ideal place where to spend a pleasant stay.
The “Mater Ecclesiae” Religious Guest House is at the same time the General House of the Teatine Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in Rome. It is about 500 meters from the Vatican. The Basilica of San Pietro is a 15 minute walk away. Near the house (one minute walk) there is the bus stop n. 34.
The house is closed from 11:00p.m. to 6:30 in the morning.
There are single, double and triple rooms. All rooms have single beds, there are no king-sie bed room. Each room has its own bathroom (toilet, shower) and air conditioning.
Most rooms have a balcony and some have a view of St. Peter’s Basilica.
From this place full of history you can walk to the main places of tourist and cultural interest of the city: the St. Peter’s Basilica, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna and many more . Every room in the House is devoted to the best reception and speaks a language of simplicity. The Community of the Maestre Pie and the Staff of the House share the commitment to a prompt and attentive hospitality, lived in the name of meeting and dialogue.
The House has 49 rooms, equipped with bathroom, air conditioning, mini-fridge, wi-fi, LCD TV. The furnishings and fabrics that characterize them are the result of a choice of style that combines sobriety and attention to detail.
Casa Bonus Pastor, inaugurated in February 2000, is located in the heart of Rome in a beautiful building of the early twentieth century close to the Vatican Walls.
It is the ideal place to spend a pleasant stay in a quiet, comfortable environment with high quality standards.
The house is surrounded by a quiet green park and has its own large parking for buses and cars.
The in-house restaurant offers specialties of Italian gastronomy and, for meetings, there are two meeting rooms, one for 130 and the other for 40 seats.
The Guest House “Santa Maria alle Fornaci” dei Padri Trinitari is born in the structure of the college where the novices of the Trinitarian Fathers formed themselves, an ancient monastic order that, historically, has always operated for the humanitarian services and the hospitality.The building is at 300 meters from Saint Peter square and it has been completely restructured in 1998 and today is used for the accommodation of pilgrims and tourists Continue reading
The religious guesthouse “Maria Teresa Scrilli”, is very well located, in the western part of Rome, a quite and green area.
Connections are very easy, both to Termini Station (main station of Rome and no-stop connection to the airport), and to Trastevere Station (urban rail station to the airport) and to St. Peter’s and the Vatican.
The Guesthouse has Continue reading
Villa Benedetta guest house is a really nice and new Guest House in Rome for pilgrims, tourist and families that want to spend a GREAT TIME in ROME.
Asober and pleasant surrounding makes its guests feel “like at home when they’re away from home” .
Villa Benedetta is located around the historic center.
By means of public transportation, you can reach Vatican City, Piazza Venezia, the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, Continue reading
The Religious Gusethouse “Ravasco – Pio VIII” stands few steps away from the Vatican City’s walls and is located at a walking distance from two different subway stations but its position at a quite side street, allow its guests to benefit during their stay from a very relaxed atmosphere.
This guesthouse is a very comfortable accommodation Continue reading
The Religious Guesthouse “I Cappuccini” is wonderfully located, just on the renowned Via Veneto and few steps away from Piazza Barberini, Piazza di Spagna, Via del Corso and the Trevi Fountain.
Early 2013, indeed, a part of the local Convent of the Capuchin Friars had been fully refurbished and converted into such an affordable accommodation, located just in the center of Rome. Continue reading
The Religious Gusethouse “Ravasco – San Pietro” is located few steps away from St. Peter’s and the Vatican, at an easy walking distance from the urban railway station “Roma San Pietro” and next to an area full of restaurants, bars and shops.
This Guesthouse recently started a refurbishment program and offers now “Deluxe” type rooms (single, double, triple and quadruple) that offer alarm clocks, wifi, desk, direct dial telephones, hairdryer, and private washbasin. The other rooms are “Standard rooms” (with private facilities) and “Economy rooms” (with shared facilities). Continue reading
The religious guesthouse “Piccole Ancelle di Cristo Re” is wonderfully located, next to St. Peter’s and the Vatican and just 200 meters away form the main underground line of Rome.
It offers 72 rooms (single, double or triple), some of which Continue reading
Next to the Vatican Museums and to St. Peter’s, the Casa San Giuseppe religious guesthouse is located just few steps from the mail underground line of Rome, so it is a very good choice for a cozy and convenient stay just in the center of Rome.
The house is surrounded Continue reading
Casa La Salle guest house is located in a marvellous part of Rome, a few hundred yards from the nearest underground station (Cornelia, line A), and close to a dozen or so bus stops. Casa la Salle guest house offers free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned accommodation and a restaurant dedicated in regional cuisine. Because of its position on the Via Aurelia, access to much of the City is both rapid and easy: 15 minutes to the Vatican, 25 to Termini, Continue reading
In the very heart of Rome, few steps away from Colosseum and Roman Forum and not so far away from Trevi Fountain or Spanish Step, this cozy religious guesthouse is waiting for guests coming from all over the world, aiming to stay in such an animated district of Rome.
The guesthouse has rooms with private services, heating and free wi-fi.
It also has Continue reading
The religious Guesthouse “Centro S. Giovanna Antida”, run by the Sisters of Charity of St. Giovanna Antida, is centrally located, few steps away from the Vatican Museums and less than 400 m. from the subway station “Cipro”.
This guesthouse offers to its guests a peaceful environment made of 17 simple but clean and recently renovated rooms, all with private facilities and air conditioning. It also has Continue reading
The Religious Guesthouse “Regina Angelorum is located at a very quiet place, but not too far away from the end of line Metro Station named Battistini, so it allows guests to easily reach both Vatican City and the center of Rome.
It has 27 quiet and simple rooms with private facilities and heating.
For guest’s relax, it also offers a nice breakfast room, a tv room and an internal parking area.
The Kolping Hotel Casa Domitilla has a very quite location, surrounded by trees and few steps away from the Catacombs and the Old Appian Way, although its connection to Rome city center are easy and comfortable.
It’s a warm welcoming accommodation, whose staff carefully assist its guests.
It has 70 rooms, each of them with private facilities, air conditioning, direct dialing phone, minibar, private safe and internet connection.
Its amenities also include: restaurant, bar, meeting room, in-house chapel, cars and busses parking area and the WiFi connection.
The guest house “Villa Maria” – completely restructured in 1998 – is situated on the Janiculum Hill, just outside the old Aurelian Wall, opposite the municpal park of Villa Sciarra, in the section known as Monte Verde Vecchio. Within walking distance is the large Villa Pamphili Park. The Vatican City, as also the Castle Sant’Angelo, can be reached by a 20 minute walk over the Janiculum Hill or 05/10 minutes by public transport. Continue reading
Domus Australia is a nice Guest House near Termini’s station, in the center of Rome. It’s located at Via Cernaia (at the corner of Via Castelfidardo), inside the walls of the old city of Rome and is five minutes’ walk from Porta Pia. From the guest house, Continue reading
The Salesianum was established as a complex that houses the generalate of the Salesian Order. Relocated from Turin to Rome at the beginning of the 1970s, it has since been in use as a Center of Culture and spirituality for the exlusive use of the Salesian family.
The Salesianum has hosted various congresses, seminars, study groups, spiritual excercises and also residential courses, weekend briefings, general chapters etc. Continue reading