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Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast

Via Aurelia 232, Rome, Italy Show Map
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Hotel description

Located within walking distance of Valle Aurelia Metro Station, this comfortable bed and breakfast is a convenient base for those wanting to discover Rome and its surrounds. It also provides free Wi-Fi, an airport shuttle and luggage storage.

Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast offers comfortable accommodation, as well as parking, a shuttle service and a lift.

Marco E Laura has 15 en suite rooms with heating. There are also a number of rooms designed for families.

Guests of at Marco E Laura B&B can enjoy breakfast every day.

Rome's popular attractions are within close proximity to Marco E Laura Bed & Breakfast Rome, with the Vatican Museums only a short walk away. Vatican Gardens, Vatican Hill and St. Peter's Baldachin are only a short drive away.

Hotel features

General
Air Conditioned, Hair Dryer, Shower, En suite, Private Bathroom
Services
Elevator / Lift, Luggage Storage
Internet
High-speed Internet, Internet Connection (wireless)
Parking
Parking, Airport shuttle
Other
Private Toilet

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Overall Rating:
7.05/10
Cleanliness:
7.91/10
Service:
7.07/10
Amenities:
7/10
Location:
7.97/10
Food:
6.87/10
Rooms:
7.18/10

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