Davide, and Katia welcome you to their B&B Zen, the fruit of an original idea conceived of by Davide just a few years ago when he came back to live in his beloved Roma. Following what has become quite the trend over the last few years, and using his own extensive travel experiences, he decided to open the B&B Zen Trastevere in March of 2011. He chose Trastevere because it is the magical neighborhood in which he spent his adolescent years. Although this neighborhood has changed drastically over the past 20 years, you can still experience the original feeling of Romanesque life here.
Detailed attention has been given to each room and common area so as to offer guests a comfortable stay in a colorful and carefree environment. B&B Zen is a little peaceful oasis right in the middle of the Eternal City where clients can enjoy an amazing location and can feel at ease. The staff is readily available during the day to help with any problem, and are happy to offer information regarding everything you need to know about Rome or to suggest what to visit in Rome and where to eat in the heart of Trastevere, making your vacation unforgettable.
The B&B is located right on the main road Viale Trastevere, situated within a quiet and peaceful courtyard far from the hustle and bustle.
The apartment has two double rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning, free WIFI Internet connection 24 hours a day, hairdryer and TV. The rooms are furnished with care and elegance, with colors that make them welcoming and relaxing.
Room prices include a hearty Italian breakfast which is served in the kitchen.
The accommodation is well-connected by public transport (Tram, Bus) to all main attractions and facilities in the center of Rome.
Moreover, the following historical and artistic areas are easy to reach on foot: Tiberina Island, the historical ghetto, Teatro Marcello, Largo Argentina, the Vittoriano, the mouth of the truth, the Roman Forum and Colosseum, the Gianicolo scenic walk, Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Navona, Trilussa, the Pantheon and the Porta Portese flea market.