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Guesthouse Rome Piazza di Spagna Area

Are you looking for a guesthouse in Rome in the Piazza di Spagna area offering style and quality of service? Are you looking for a convenient, central location for a romantic weekend for two or for a business trip? The ideal solution for you is the BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta Roma, very charming central guesthouse in the historic centre of Rome.

Located in the legendary, central Via Margutta, loved by major painters and directors of the Dolce Vita, our guesthouse is willing to welcome you in six luxurious rooms and suites of different type, from the Room to the Superior Room and the Suite with panoramic terrace.

All rooms stand out for taste for design and art, with valuable materials and exclusive objects, modern comforts and additional services.

The BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta Roma is in a very central position at a short distance from the main city attractions, just three minutes away from Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo, Via del Babuino, Via del Corso and other Rome’s prestigious shopping streets.

Pamper yourself in the luxury and set off discovering the city directly in the heart of Rome: let yourself be amazed by the BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta Roma near the Spanish Steps!

Rooms & Suites

DELUXE ROOM 3

Both are ideal for couples who want more space or for small families

Family 4

The Family Room consists of one big room with two double beds. The attic wood ceiling and the design furniture create a unique environment for the family.

Single Comfort 1
Standard single room BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta

Located on the first floor, the Comfort Single Room enjoys a privileged position being exposed directly on Via Margutta. Although we're in the heart of Rome, the room is very quite.

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower
Double Standard 2
Standard double room BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta

The three Standard Double Rooms are located on the first and second floors, and have been designed in the name of design, elegance and functionality.

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower
Double Superior 2
Superior double room BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta

The Superior Double Room is located on the first floor. Exposed directly on Via Margutta, this room (about 22sqm) has a large double bed.

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • Shower
Suite with Terrace 3
Suite room with terrace BDB Luxury Rooms Margutta

The Suite with Terrace is the pearl of the BDB Luxury Rooms. Located on the third floor (no elevator), this room was built in the building's loft.

  • Includes:
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Electric kettle (on request)
  • Free WiFi
  • 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.

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 Spagna. Time: 4 minutes (3 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Margutta 38. Time: 7 minutes (550 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 Spagna. Time: 4 minutes (3 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Margutta 38. Time: 7 minutes (550 meters).
  1. From Termini Station proceed to Linea A Battistini and get off at Spagna. Time: 4 minutes (3 stops).
  2. Proceed on foot towards Via Margutta 38. Time: 7 minutes (550 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 Spagna. Time: 4 minutes (3 stops).
  3. Proceed on foot towards Via Margutta 38. Time: 7 minutes (550 meters).

Closest Attractions

Colosseum

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Pantheon

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