If you like to walk and want to take a walk through the city, in 15 minutes you will reach the Imperial Forums, the Altar of the Fatherland and the Colosseum. Less than 10 minutes if you prefer to take the bus or the subway. Thanks to its strategic position, Casa Spada offers a quiet environment where you can relax (it is located inside a side street, so it does not overlook busy streets) but at the same time a few steps from the center, in a cosmopolitan and well-stocked area.
Casa Spada: the gay-friendly b&b to discover Rome
Casa Spada is openly gay-friendly. Every couple, respectful of the rules of civil coexistence, here is welcome, as well as those who love to travel alone. Marco (the owner) will make sure to make your stay unique, helping you fall in love with Rome at 360 degrees. Casa Spada, while having a single bathroom with spacious shower, can accommodate a total of 5 people, with a double bedroom, a single bedroom and a large sofa bed for two people in a comfortable living room. If you want to prepare your own lunch and dinner, the apartment has a kitchen equipped with pots, pans, dishes, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. There is air conditioning in every room, and recently new windows have been installed, which will completely isolate from any noise.
The library in the bedroom is available for guests to enjoy a few hours of reading, while the living room is the perfect place to relax and watch some ‘television. Marco’s hospitality, combined with a clean and impeccably furnished location, will convince you that this is one of the most comfortable accommodations in Rome. Casa Spada is located in the Esquilino district, a historic district of Rome and one of the Seven Hills. Nearby there is not only the Termini station but also the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Opera House, the National Museum of Palazzo Massimo and the Terme of Diocleziano.