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Kosher B&B The Home in Rome

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Recent guest reviews

Home in Rome is an excellent choice for a place to stay. It is in a good residential location, very close to the metro. it is clean and has a delicious and filling breakfast. Our room for 4 was spacious and had a large bathroom. Home in Rome and a friendly and helpful owner. The building has an elevator and is located near the Chabad, a synagogue, and three kosher restaurants: Fonzie (awarded the best burger in Rome), Flour (Kosher dairy, pizzas) and Little Tripoli (Libya jewish cuisine). We would go back.

We enjoyed staying at the Home in a Rome. The rooms are clean and updated. We are a family of 6, and had 2 private rooms with en suite bathrooms. All communication emails were quick and clear. Everything is as described. Jade arranged for excellent and well priced transportation to and from the airport. She greeted us warmly and shared a wealth of information about the local area with us. The dining area is always set up with hot water, coffee, tea, cereal and milk. There is a fridge and freezer for guest use. There is also a comfortable sofa and outdoors patio. There are maps, a computer and a printer. For sabbath observers everything is set up just right-candles, hot water, special keys chains etc. There is a synagogue and many delicious kosher resteraunts in the area. The train and bus is very close by. The breakfast is light, but enough to hold you off till lunch. Boiled Eggs, vegetables, fresh pastries and bread, juice.. The location is excellent! Thank you for a wonderful stay!

Spacious rooms, common bathroom. Breakfast from 8 to 10am. They served us earlier than that the day we left. Soft Drinks and snacks available all day. Showed us the synagogues and restaurants. Gave me a belt for the key for Shabbat. Let us drop off our suitcase a few days before we stayed so we could travel lighter. Dark bedroom so we could sleep late!

We had a wonderful time in this typical roman apartment. Many thanks to the staff ! And what a Breakfast :-) It's very close to Piazza Bologna (metro & bus just in front) and all the kosher restaurants/ shul. We highly recommend ! GW

We very much enjoyed our stay at The Home in Rome. Even though we were only there for one night, we could easily tell how excellent the place was. Jade is very friendly and happy to help! She went above and beyond our expectations and she gave us good advice regarding food, transportation, and places to tour. Our bedroom and (shared) bathroom were clean, spacious, and very comfortable. The breakfast was a delight! It was filled with many food options that Jade put out for us and the other guests. We were welcomed to the table and encouraged to share about our travels and ourselves. We definitely recommend the Home in Rome!

i have been twice in home in rome, great place in a good location, a very good service from all the host, everytime are here to help us. nice room, clean, quiete... a good breakfast... everything was perfect

We recently stayed at "our" Home in Rome and found it to be a perfect place for us. Giada was the perfect host, welcoming us warmly - feeling immediately like family. She and her staff (Dalia) were both helpful, not only in making us feel comfortable but offering insights about what to see in Rome and how to most efficiently journey to our destinations. Giada even helped us find and book the best and most inexpensive train to Fiorenza while there. The BNB is not fancy but it is clean, comfortable and of course Kosher. The area is delightful in that it is not in the middle of the tourist area but has a local neighborhood feel to it and at the same time, just a 2-block walk to the tram for a quick ride into downtown. When we come back to Rome, which we will surely do, there is no doubt we will return to our Home in Rome.

I stayed for 3 nights in September and received the warmest welcome from Avraham and his family. I could help myself to cake, tea and coffee whenever and I had everything I needed in my room. Avraham made sure I knew where I could go to buy food and he even found me the best bus to get me to the airport. Highly recommend, especially for someone travelling on their own.

We stayed in their second apartment - La Casa di Eva. It was very clean, we had two bedrooms with a bathroom in between. The beds were pretty comfortable, though i wouldn't say luxurious. Breakfast was very nice. The hostess was super helpful and got us oriented about the neighborhood. Price is reasonable and probably very economical for large families that need multiple rooms. This neighborhood is different from the jewish ghetto -- probably 25 minutes away by taxi, though only a few short stops if you figure out the metro. there are three great kosher restaurants and three synagogues in the vicinity and I think you can get around with metro pretty easily. Definitely a decision to make about which location you want to be in when staying in Rome.

We very much enjoyed our stay for three nights at the Home in Rome. On arrival, Gia greeted our family of 6 (4 children ages 13-21) and us with an "inservice" of the area, the apartment, and Jewish Rome. She has printed maps that easily show how to just "be" an Orthodox Jew in the neighborhood of Bologna, Rome. The location was really amazing - right in the heart of the Jewish neighborhood and close to the Metro, too. The rooms were very clean and well appointed and there is even room service. Each morning, the breakfast spread was huge - fresh pastries and bread from the amazing bakery, made-to-order coffee/cappuccino/espresso (along with explanations if you need it), and fresh vegetables, cheese, butter and eggs. When it rained one evening, there were even enough umbrellas for the 6 of us. My husband and I had a large room with two beds. plenty of closet space and mirrors, and an ensuite bathroom with a tub/shower and two sinks. The four kids stayed together in another room with 4 beds and also an en suite bathroom. Nights stand with outlets made it very easy to charge stuff. This apartment is one floor up from the lobby, and the place felt very secure, too. The dining area is a separate room with a veranda and a computer and 24 hr tea/coffee service. A/c worked very well and it was quite hot outside. I would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it!

Via Ravenna 34 Rome RM

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Piazza Bologna
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Tiburtina, Kosher B&B The Home in Rome is adjacent to Piazza Bologna and within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights like University of Roma-La Sapienza. The 4 rooms at this bed & breakfast include dining areas and plasma TVs and guests can enjoy free breakfast.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast offered each morning. Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a dining area and a desk.


Property features

Kosher B&B The Home in Rome features free WiFi in public areas, refrigerator in a common area, and a computer station. You can take advantage of free offsite parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 0 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a terrace.

Room options

Triple Room, Shared Bathroom

King 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Double Room Single Use, Shared Bathroom

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Superior Room, Ensuite

King 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 4

Family Room, Ensuite

King 1 | King 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

98.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 377 reviews

Kosher B&B The Home in Rome

Via Ravenna 34, Rome, RM 00161