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ROOMS

In the best of Roman tradition, the rooms are named as Roman streets. As an ancient saying goes, all the streets lead to Rome. Flaminia, Aurelia, Cassia are not only the names of the rooms, as well the names of three important roads made by the ancient Romans, still used. The rooms have private en-suite bathrooms, free WI-FI, air conditioning, LCD TV, a safe deposit box, a copious mini bar and quality designer xtures.

 

 

 

FLAMINIA
Flaminia was a general name for Roman Priestess, those who look after the flame in the temple; thereby, those priestess were guardians to the tradition, the value and everything that goes with it.
Moreover, Flaminia is an important ancient road (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Via_Flaminia) and last but not least the name of the owner of the B&B. When in Rome anything can happen

It is the owner's bed-room.

CASSIA
Cassia is the female gentilicium name of the Cassii (gens Cassia) of Ancient Rome.
Cassia is even the name of an ancient road (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Via_Cassia)

The Cassia room is the B&B's romantic room with a prevalence of red colors.
Paintings decor its environment; these describe themes of streets, landscapes, people, journeys and abstract images.
King size bed. Bathroom with bathtub and bidet, hair dryer included.

 

AURELIA
The gens Aurelia was a distinguished family in the Roman history.
Further,Aurelia is an ancient road (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Via_Aurelia)

The Aurelia room offers you two rooms with a prevalence of gold-blue colors.
One with a king size bed and the other with a cosy sofa bed.
Therefore this room can host four people.
The paintings in this room recall themes of streets, journeys and landscape. Bathroom is provided with shower, bidet and hair dryer.