€75 per night
€75 per night
Laterano Inn, Rome, Italy

Laterano Inn

Roma (Rome), Italy - Via la Spezia, 6, 00182

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Description - Bed and breakfast

The Bed & Breakfast is located in a central position in Rome to 5 minutes from the famous basilica of Saint Giovanni in Laterano and the Saint Scale, a masterpiece of art dated around 1300 B. C. with its precious and sacred reliquie, goal of pilgrimage from all the world

Thanks to its central location it is possible to use the metropolitan A and numerous lines of buses who permit to arrive easily and directly in short time, to the most exclusive places of the Capital and its characteristic monuments. In few minutes, even walking, it is possible to visit the rest of the city and historical treasures like the Colosseo, Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia.

The B&B is situated to the fourth floor of an elegant palace of aim 1900. The rooms have been renewed of recent and in all of it there are :TV and Frigidaire, free Wi-Fi internet. With conditioned air or ceiling fans, with private or shared baths they are the options that the customer can choose in order to pass one pleasant and relaxant vacations.

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The space
  • Property type: Bed and breakfast
  • Guest rooms/units: 5
  • Year built: 1890
  • Renovated: 2003
  • Public classification: 2
Bed and breakfast accommodations

Lowest price available: €75

Double Double N. 1 Quad Room 1 And 2 Twin
  • Check-in: 12:00am
  • Check-out: 10:00am

Bed and breakfast amenities

In front of the church is a junction where traffic leaves and enters the walled city by the 16th century Porta San Giovanni and the Porta Asinaria. The latter is the gate that Totila the Goth entered Rome by in 547. If you look towards Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, you can see the bronze sculpture of St Francis with his disciples. The statue depicts an event from the life of the saint. While he was in Rome to get the Holy Father's approval for his Order, Pope Innocent III saw in a dream that a man was supporting the basilica, which was on the verge of collapse. The next day, he met St Francis and recognized in him the saint sent by God to restore the church - not only St John Lateran but the Church in general. The Triclinium LeoninumThe old Lateran Palace was demolished by Pope Sixtus V. The new buildings he erected were formerly the Pontifical Museum of Christian Art, and are now the offices of the Diocese of Rome. A small part of the old palace is preserved. To your left as you face the statue of St Francis is a group of buildings with the apse mosaic of the papal dining hall, Triclinium Leoninum, now on the outside of the remains of the building. It depicts Christ with the Apostles in the centre; Christ with Constantine and Pope Sylvester I on the left; and St Peter, Pope Leo III and Charlemagne on the right. Pope Leo III has a square nimbus, showing that he was alive when it was made. The mosaic has been dated to the year 800, when Charlemagne was crowned in Rome.

Breakfast included Children permitted Elevator/lift No Smoking Parking (extra charge) Parking (free) Taxi service Tour/sightseeing assistance Wireless internet

Room amenities

A/C climate control Bidet Hairdryer Internet access Private bathroom Refrigerator Shared bathroom Television


The property belonged to the Laterani family, but when they fell from grace it was confiscated. Constantine gave it to the church, and the church was built. It was first known as the Basilica Salvatoris, Basilica of the Saviour. The present name is a result of the importance of the baptistry in the church, and of the presence of a Benedictine monastery dedicated to Sts John the Baptist and John the Evangelist. At an early stage, it was also called the Basilica Aurea, "The Golden Basilica", because of its rich decorations.
It was 90 metres long and 50-56 metres wide but the interior was lavishly decorated. The basilica was sacked by the Vandals in the 5th century, and restored by Pope St Gregory the Great c. 460.

Points of interest
  • San Giovanni in Laterano Basil
  • Several different kind od Museums - Churches - Basils
  • Santa Croce in Gerusalemme church
  • Colle Oppio park & Domus Aurea
  • Colosseo and Sacred area
  • Terme di Caracalla an Circus Maximum
  • Villa Celimontana
  • Cinemas and theatres
  • Celio district

Price details

€75 - 140 per night

An additional deposit may be requested prior to arrival. If so, you will be contacted directly after you confirm your booking.

Credit cards accepted on location: American Express

Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.

Payment is in cash only, on the same day of arrival or the day after You may cancel your reservation without penalty up until 7 days before your arrival date, by accessing the Your Reservations page. You cannot cancel your reservation if you selected and booked a non refundable or prepaid rate.

Location - Bed and breakfast

Via la Spezia, 6, 00182
Roma (Rome)
Comune di Roma, Provincia di Roma
Lazio (Latium)
Italy  00182

Latitude: 41.88571, Longitude: 12.51175

How to get there

By airplane
From Fiumicino airport: take the FM1 train service to Termini station. From Termini station take the underground line A towards Anagnina and get off at S. Giovanni stop (2 stops).
From Ciampino airport: take the bus shuttle service to Termini then take the underground line A towards Anagnina and get off at S. Giovanni stop (2 stops).

By public transportation
From Termini station take the underground line A towards Anagnina and get off at S. Giovanni stop (2 stops).
By bus No 360 (ZAMA) to 8 stops 360 any 12 min., get off at stop MAGNA GRECIA and walk 250 metres.

Nearest airport: 34 km from Roma Fiumicino airport; 20 km from Roma Ciampino airport