• Eats and Sheets Colosseo

    Eats & Sheets B&B also features 3 terraces, where you can enjoy the views of Rome’s rooftops and in the summer even have breakfast. It is buffet style and in the winter the breakfast is served in the

Eats and Sheets Colosseo Rome

Eats and Sheets Colosseo

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Eats and Sheets Colosseo Rome

Eats and Sheets Colosseo Rome have more B&B’s and apartments around the city.  I think the name is so cute! Near the Colosseum they have delightful apartments to choose from. Staying in an apartment has the advantage of having more space to move around and if by any chance you’re a hobby cook you can have fun cooking in your own kitchen with fresh Italian ingredients!

Eats and Sheets Colosseo Rome is a bed and breakfast located in a central area of Rome, just 400 meters from the Coliseum. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a spacious terrace and air-conditioned, spacious rooms.

Eats and Sheets Colosseo was renovated in 2012, all rooms are individually decorated, featuring elegant furniture, colourful walls with artistic details. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a large bed with memory foam mattress, and an en suite bathroom.

Eats & Sheets B&B also features 3 terraces, where you can enjoy the views of Rome’s rooftops and in the summer even have breakfast. It is buffet style and in the winter the breakfast is served in the dining room. Not only is it possible to have breakfast on the terraces but you can also relax after a long day of sight-seeing on their comfortable chairs.

The neighborhood is quiet and you’ll find many places to eat in the surrounding
area. If you’d like to move around from there to see the other attractions you have several bus stops nearby and the Metro Colosseo is a 7/8 minute walk. The staff is very friendly and helpful! They will help you answer all your questions.

What we really appreciated about Eats & Sheets Colosseo is that they use ecological products for cleaning their structure. Tourism does have a big impact on the environment and most of the Italians are very much behind when it comes to thinking "green."

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