Le stanze di Gaia Rent Rooms

Le Stanze di Gaia Rent Rooms is on the second floor of an elegant early 20th century building, once owned by a Princess, in the heart of one of the most exclusive residential areas in Rome and just a few stops from Termini Train Station.

Its strategic location means that you can walk to the beautiful Villa Borghese gardens or the nearby Via Veneto, made famous by Federico Fellini’s beautiful film "La dolce Vita".
A walk along the lively Via Po will take you to the small but enchanting neighbourhood of Coppedè, made up of just 18 buildings of great architectural interest; or you can hop on one of the many buses or tubes that will take you into the centre of the oldest and most fascinating city in the world. Alternatively, you can rent a scooter or bicycle directly from Le Stanze di Gaia Rent Rooms;

This tastefully renovated guest house opened in January 2017, and to date has 4 comfortable rooms with private bathrooms and a communal area with a kitchen, coffee machine, fridge and microwave for guests to use as they please. All of the rooms have free Wi-Fi.

We named the four rooms after famous Italian films: La Grande Bellezza, Mediterraneo, La dolce Vita and Vacanze Romane, and each one has its own characteristic decor.

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RoomLa Grande Bellezza

Our triple room is ideal for a small family. The room is more than 30 square metres and has an en suite bathroom. It is spacious, comfortable and extremely light thanks to its orientation, with a window and a balcony overlooking Via Po and its elegant early 20th century buildings, which are characteristic of the Pinciano district.

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RoomLa Dolce Vita

Prestigious and elegant 15 sqm double room, with all mod cons and a modern and functional en suite bathroom.
The warm taupe walls and white pickled parquet floors are lit by large windows overlooking the elegant Via Po.

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The predominant colour of this comfortable 14 sqm double room is a cheerful and vivacious light blue, evoking the colours of the Mediterranean Sea and the famous film by Gabriele Salvatores.
The furnishings and linen blend perfectly with the room and the white pickled parquet floor that characterises the guest house.

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