In the heart of Rome it is located

Guest House "Booking House"

A comfortable starting point for visiting Rome

Guest House "Booking House"

Budget hotel with three stars in the center of Rome

Guest House "Booking House"

Booking House

In the heart of Rome
The structure Booking House offers a wonderful family atmosphere, reserved, welcoming and very comfortable with wonderful, personal service. The design and originality give a warm and harmonious, in line with our desire to ensure complete guest satisfaction.



The refined Booking House air-conditioned rooms come with exclusive interiors and parquet floors.



Located in a historic building, the hotel has a staff that will assist you from 10:00 to 20:30 and by phone 24/7.



All rooms are equipped with double or twin bed, air conditioning, refrigerator, private bathroom with shower, flat screen TV, wi-fi. Cleaning is performed daily, with change of linen 2 times a week
Contact us for our special offers.
Prices vary according to season and holidays.



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Public areas, services and activities
- Free WiFi
- Air-conditioned rooms
- Tourist information

Tourist information

City map


Printing service

Welcome bottle of wine

Conditioned air


The entire property is non-smoking

Check-In 13:00 - 20:00

Check-Out 02:00 - 11:00

Private bathroom with tub or shower

Parking (from 15 to 30€)

Extra service

Transportation to/from airport (from 35 to 60€)

Extra service

Tourist guide

(Extra service on request)

Roma Pass

Extra service

We ask you kindly to let us know your estimated arrival time and if you choose to arrive by car we can arrange parking.



10 Things to see in Rome
The historic center of Rome with its art, its monuments and its elegant shopping streets are very close and easily reachable on foot (10 minutes). Colosseum (15-20 minutes) can be reached by choosing to walk through the ancient streets full of craft shops that lead from the Hotel to Trajan's Column, the Roman Forum, the Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore, The Four Fountains, the Quirinale Square, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Villa Medici, Piazza del Popolo.

The Colosseum

Do not miss » History

The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater in the world, located in the city center of Rome is the most important Roman amphitheater, and the most imposing monument of ancient Rome that has come down to us.
The amphitheater was built in the era Flavia on an area on the eastern edge of the Roman Forum. Its construction was begun by Vespasian in 72 A.D. and inaugurated by Titus in 80.
In ancient times it was used for gladiatorial shows and other public events; no longer in use after the sixth century, the huge structure was reused in various ways centuries also like material quarry. Today it is a symbol of the city of Rome and one of its major tourist attractions in the form of archaeological monument regularly visited. It turns out to be, with more than 6 million visitors, the second most visited archaeological site in the world!

The Pantheon

Do not miss » History

The Pantheon is a building of ancient Rome built as a temple to all the gods past, present and future. Founded in 27 BC is composed of a circular structure joined to a portico in Corinthian columns (eight front and two groups of four in the second and third row) that support a gable. Early seventh century, the Pantheon was converted into a Christian church, called Santa Maria of the Round, which allowed him to survive almost intact to pillage made to the buildings of classical Rome by the popes.

The Trevi Fountain

Do not miss » History

The Trevi Fountain is the largest and one of the most famous fountains of Rome; In fact it is considered one of the most famous fountains in the world.
The fountain, designed in the Rococo style and situated on a side of the Palazzo Poli, was begun in 1732 by Nicola Salvi and completed in 1762 by Giuseppe Pannini, and belongs to the late Baroque.

The Vatican museums

Do not miss » History

The Vatican Museums are located within the State of Vatican City State. They are one of the largest collections of art in the world, since it exposes the enormous collection of art works accumulated over the centuries by Popes. The museum was founded in the sixteenth century. The Sistine Chapel and the papal apartments frescoed by Michelangelo and Raphael are part of the works that can be admired in their path along 7km of rooms and corridors. The Vatican Museums are actually a collection of museums and collections. Currently they include: Museums and environments visited the Vatican palaces.

Piazza Navona

Do not miss » Old Town

Piazza Navona is one of the most famous squares of Rome, symbol of Baroque Rome with architectural and sculptural elements of Gian Lorenzo Bernini (the Fountain of the Four Rivers in the center of the square, which is the Danube, the Ganges, the Nile and the Rio de la Plata ). Piazza Navona also has two fountains: the Fontana del Moro, located in the south of the square, and the Fountain of Neptune situated in the north.

Spanish Steps

Do not miss » History

Spanish Steps and one of the most famous squares in Rome. It owes its name to the palace of Spain, Embassy of the Iberian been to the Holy See. At the center of the square is the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers, which dates from the early Baroque period. The monumental stairway of 135 steps, was inaugurated by Pope Benedict XIII on the occasion of the Jubilee of 1725; it was built to connect the Spanish embassy (in which the square is named) to the church of Trinita dei Monti.

Basilica di San Pietro

Do not miss » Monuments

St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is a Catholic basilica headquarters of the main manifestations of Catholic worship and is therefore in solemn ceremony on the occasion of the papal celebrations, such as for Christmas, Easter, the rites of Holy Week, the proclamation of the new popes

Villa Borghese

Do not miss » History

Villa Borghese is a large park in the city of Rome, containing a different tree type, the Italian-style garden in the naturalistic English style areas, buildings, small buildings, fountains and ponds. It is the third largest public park in Rome (80 hectares), after Villa Doria Pamphili and Villa Ada. The park contains several buildings and has 9 inputs: a well-established to Pinciana door, the one from the steps of Trinita dei Monti, the ramps of the Pincio to Piazza del Popolo and the monumental entrance at Piazzale Flaminio. The "garden of the Pincio", in the southern part of the park, offers a well-known view of Rome.


Where we are

How to reach us
From Station

From Tiburtina railway station:
Arriving at the station, not going outside, take the Metro towards Laurentina and get off at Termini station. [+ more]

From Termini Station: Once at Termini Station exit on the right side of Via Marsala continuing to the left until the end of the road (Square of Finance), then turn right on Via Cernaia and the first street right is Via del Macao.
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By Plane

The nearest airports are Ciampino (16 km) and Fiumicino (35km). And it’s possible to book a shuttle with us that will take you directly to the Booking House.

By Car

From southbound A1: Take A1 / E45 in the direction of Largo Settimio Passamonti in Rome. Take the exit toward Scalo S.Lorenzo / Porta Maggiore from Circonvallazione Tiburtina / Tangenziale Est. [+ more]

Take Via dei Reti, Via Tiburtina, Via Cesare de Lollis, Viale delle Scienze ... and Via Venti Settembre towards Via del Macao.
From the north A1: A1 / E35 Guide to Rome. Take Exit SS4da A1dir / E35; Continue on Via Salaria / SS4. Take Corso Trieste and Via Nomentana in the direction of Via del Macao, we are at number 28 on the right. [- less]



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