Viale Castro Pretorio 25, int A1, 00185 Rome Italy
tel: +39 0645434462 ; fax: +39 0645434463


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Hotel Serendipity in Rome. If you search for cheap B&B in Rome close to Termini Station - read all about our accommodation and best place to start your vacances in Rome. We guaranted your satisfaction. Serendipity Staff.

Do you bear a passion for history? Are you interested in ancient architecture and temples? Do age-long and legendary activities beckon you? If so, then you must definitely explore the ancient lands of Rome, at least once in your lifetime.

With an area of about 150 square kilometers, and a population of 3.8 million, Rome still stands tall in the vast field of world history.

Whenever we come across Rome, Etruscan tombs, Republican meeting rooms, Imperial temples, ancient Christian churches, medieval bell towers, Renaissance palaces, and Baroque basilicas strike the core of our mind and we enter the superficial world of history and architecture. Rome takes us through the pages of history.

Dear Guest,
starting from the 1st of January 2011 Rome City Council will ask for a overnight accommodation tax on tourist service in the city.This fee, 3,50 euros per night (10 nights maximum) per person (with the exception of children up to 10 years and in Rome residents), will be asked to anyone staying in every overnight accommodation inside Rome’s boundaries.
The fee, not included in hotel rate, must be paid cash at check out time.
Serendipity what?
Once upon a time there was an oriental and exotic Kingdom called Serendip, the memory of which blends with imagination. Our elder tell us that it existed; that it was located in an island that many many years later was called Ceylan, today known as Sri Lanka. The exotic names of cities in that island, places like Trincomalee o Jaffna, can easily make us believe that was the case. Or maybe Serendip was in Persia.......
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Rome by night
Rome by night
Rome by night
Rome by night

The energy of Rome at night -- floodlit piazzas abuzz with people enjoying the old city and each other. We were both observers and players: people-watching and strolling through the piazzas, by the fountains and outdoor cafes. Street musicians and local Casanovas provided the entertainment. Rome's strolling extravaganza tops that of any other European city.