4 March 2010

Room Piscinula

Room PiscinulaRoom Piscinula

Suite Piscinula is on first floor of 14th Century Palazzo Mattei and its windows open on the over-thousand-year old piazza in Piscinula. On the other side of the piazza is San Benedetto little church, originally built in 5th Century, whose Romanic belltower is the shortest in Rome, and of course in the world.

Suite Piscinula has two rooms, living room and bedroom, and a bathroom.

The bedroom, wide and comfortable, include a queen size bed, a hd tv set with satellite link, dvd reader; the living room has a dining table, a sofa that can be turned into a double bed. There are also a tv set and a stereo cd player.

In the bathroom there are shower, toilet, bidet, towel warmer.

A kitchen corner is equipped with four electric cookers, microwaves oven, toast maker, refrigerator, kettle and  other useful equipment to make your  wake up and your staying more pleasant.

An independent cool and warm air system keeps your suite comfortable in winter and summer.

There is a wi-fi internet connection.

Price: the suite from 150 euros per day (+ 50 euros per person more than 2).