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Twin Double 2
The Twin Double room consists of two single beds or a double bed overlooking Via Gigli just above Piazza di Spagna.

It is ideal for couples or young friends and has been designed to offer demanding customers maximum convenience and comfort.. The private bathroom is located in front of the room and is equipped with a large shower.

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The benefits when you book from our website:

  • Best price guaranteed: Price always lower than Booking.com, Expedia, and others.
  • Modification of reservation: Change/cancel up to 3 days prior to arrival.

This Room Includes

  •  Room
    •  Air conditioning
    •  Baby cot (on request)
    •  Closet
    •  Electric kettle (on request)
    •  Flat-screen TV
    •  Heating
    •  Mini fridge
    •  No-smoking room
    •  Safe
  •  Bathroom
    •  Bathrobe
    •  Hair dryer
    •  Shower
    •  Slippers
    •  Toilet paper
    •  Toiletries included
    •  Towels
  •  General
    •  24/7 customer service
    •  Daily housekeeping
    •  Free WiFi
    •  No car park
    •  Pets not allowed
      •  Spoken languages
        • English
        • Italian
        • Russian
        • Spanish

Good to know:

Check-in: From 2:00PM a 6:00PM.
  • Guests must present a proof of identity upon check-in.
  • Even if rooms are not always available before 2:00PM, guests can leave their luggage at the reception until check-in.
  • City taxes for the city of Rome (€ 3.50 per person per night) are not included in the cost of the room listed on this website, and must be paid at check-in.
  • Guests are kindly requested to provide all the arrival details, such as flight number and arrival time at the airport if by plane, arrival time at the station if by train, etc. Please provide these details at least 48 hours before arrival.
Check-out: By 11:00AM on the day of departure. At check-out, our guests can leave their luggage at the reception until departure time. Cancellation and Refunds: Cancelling a reservation is possible up to 3 days prior to arrival. A penalty will be applied in case of cancellation within 3 days of arrival.
Reception: Reception is available from 9:30AM am to 6:00PM. Because of the numerous guesthouses and apartments we manage, our staff is not always present at a fixed reception, but still reachable at our customer service line (see Customer Service below). Customer Service: Customer service is available 24/7 at +39 06 6821 0020. We manage numerous guesthouses and apartments in the center of Rome. It is therefore important to identify yourself with the name, surname, and guesthouse where you are staying overnight. Payment methods: We accept the following credit cards. More Info: BDB guesthouses and apartments are in pedestrian areas of the historic center. Vehicles without special permission can enter the center of Rome only in limited hours.

How to reach us

  1. Take the Leonardo express to Roma Termini with departures every 15-30 minutes (depending on the day and / or time). Time: 32 minutes (2 stops).
  2. From Termini Station proceed to Linea A Battistini and get off at the Barberini stop. Time: 2 minutes (2 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Francesco Crispi, 79. Time: 4 minutes (290 meters).
  1. Proceed to the Ciampino train station and take the metro to Termini station. Time: 15 minutes.
  2. From Termini Station proceed to Linea A Battistini and get off at the Barberini stop. Time: 2 minutes (2 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Francesco Crispi, 79. Time: 4 minutes (290 meters).
  1. From Termini Station proceed to Linea A Battistini and get off at the Barberini stop. Time: 2 minutes (2 stops).
  2. Proceed on foot towards Via Francesco Crispi, 79. Time: 4 minutes (290 meters).
  1. From Tiburtina Station proceed to Line B Laurentina and get off at the Termini stop. Time: 6 minutes (4 stops).
  2. From Termini Station proceed to Linea A Battistini and get off at the Barberini stop. Time: 2 minutes (2 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Francesco Crispi, 79. Time: 4 minutes (290 meters).

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