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Frequently asked and questions:

1) Where is B&B Le terrazze in Rome?

Le Terrazze bed & breakfast is located in Rome, in residential area named Balduina. It is 10 minutes walk from the Vatican and 20 minutes from the S.Peter Church. (see the map)

2) Is the B&B easy to reach?

Yes, at any airports of Rome or the central train Termini station, you can easily reach us using a taxi, the metro, or by bus. For more information, please see the "map".

3) Is the B&B close to public transportation?

The metro station Appiano station tube is just 3 minutes walk. The B&B is not far fom Cipro - vaticam museums's stop. Hence you can easily and comfortably reach all the foremost attractions of Rome.

4) At what time can we check-in and out?

Check In from 9,30am, Check Out at 11am about. Please let us know in advance what time you intend to check in. The Room is available at 13,00pm about.

5) Is breakfast included in the price and what type of breakfast?

Yes, breakfast is included in the price of the rooms. The breakfast includes: butter, marmalade, biscuits, orange juice; You can choose among: Hot Milk, Cold Milk, Milk and Coffee, Coffee, Tea, Cappuccino, Espresso.

6) What else is included in the price over the breakfast?

Prices include: cooking facilities, heating, bath towels and bed linens, internet wireless connection, and breakfast of course.

7) Is parking or garage available?

You can park your private car in a pay-garage in the vicinity.

8) Which are the services offer?

No Curfew or Lockout, Hot Showers Line included - Free city maps - Hot Showers towels and blankets (the towels change is every 3 days, the bed linens change is every 6 days).
Heating system, water, light and gas system.

9) What methods of payment accepted?

Payments can be done by credit card or cash.
If you pay by credit card, we must charge the 4% more for bank taxes.

10) Are laundry, markets, restaurants and shops in the neighbourhood?

You can find every kind of public utility close to our flat: banks, travel agents, chemist's shops, supermarkets, post-offices, drugstores, cinemas, pubs, tipical roman restaurants.

10) When's the best time to visit Rome?

The best times to visit Rome are in spring (late March through May) and fall (September through mid-November)—though know that it does tend to rain bit more in October. Anyway Rome is a year-round city, and you can really visit Rome at any time of year.