Welcome to Elements Guest House in the quiet and residential neighborhood of Salario, just 5 km away from Piazza Barberini and the historical center of Rome.
Our Guesthouse is at number 20 Largo Pietro Mascagni, in an elegant building with panoramic views of Villa Ada, one of the most beautiful parks in Rome.
Here you will find newly remodeled, spacious rooms filled with natural light, elegant furnishings and all the amenities you need to feel at home: brand new beds with extremely comfortable mattresses and impeccably clean linens, desks, TV with 57 channels, free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
All rooms have brand new private baths with shower, hair dryer and pristine sets of towels. A new latest generation water heater ensures that you can relax and enjoy your long shower in total comfort.
We also have a suite with a walk-out balcony and a large 32 inch TV.
A continental-style breakfast is served daily in the elegant common dining room and includes a delightfully wide selection of sweet and savory foods, seasonal fruit, tea and coffee with all the fixings, always fresh and delicious.
Thanks to owner Francesco’s passion for photography the GH is also a permanent showcase for stunning landscapes shot by Francesco himself, as well as Fortunato Gatto, Vincenzo Mazza, Mauro Tronto, Alessio Graziani, friends and artists of international fame.
The entire GH and its photographic art gallery are also equipped with a LED lighting and code-certified utilities (water, electric, gas, air conditioning) designed by the owner in collaboration with his friend, architect Francesco Benvenuti.
The extreme cleanliness, elegantly appointed rooms, excellent amenities to price ratio of Elements GH and the gracious hospitality of our hosts are bound to make your stay in Rome truly unforgettable.
The GH is located at number 20 Largo Pietro Mascagni, behind Piazza Vescovio, in an elegant neighborhood filled with all kinds of shops, grocery stores, restaurants, pizza places, cafes and friendly bars where you may wish to spend a few happy hours.
The famous catacombs of Santa Priscilla are only 500 meters away from the B&B. Other nearby attractions include Viale Libia, one of the foremost shopping streets in Rome, the stunning Mausoleum of Santa Costanza, and one of the two most advanced flight simulators in Italy, which is a mere km away at the airport of Urbe.
Nature enthusiasts may enjoy spending the day exploring nearby park of Villa Ada and its numerous marked trails that run along the lake and through the woods. Those who wish to ride their bicycle to Rome may avail themselves of the Lungotevere segregated bike route, which starts 300 meters away from the B&B and runs along the banks of the Tiber river towards downtown and St. Peter’s Basilica.
The B&B is just a few steps away from the metro and several bus lines. The metro and buses run quite frequently and are one of the best ways to explore Rome and its surroundings:
Metro line B on Viale Libia – 5 minutes’ walk
Bus routes – 50 meters away from the GH:
Linea 63 to Piazza Barberini – Via Veneto – Isola Tiberina
Linea 92 to piazza Fiume – Stazione Termini
Linea 135 to Stazione Tiburtina – San Lorenzo
Linea 310 to the Mausoleum of Santa Costanza – La Sapianeza University – Stazione Termini
Non-stop trains to Fiumicino airport depart every 30 minutes from track 24 of the Roma Termini station. The Leonardo Express train is the best way to avoid getting stuck in traffic and reach the airport in a timely and reliable fashion. Service is guaranteed even in case of strike (if need be by alternative means of transport like buses) and train ride from Termini station to Rome Fiumicino is only 31 minutes long.
The Roma Termini train station is the primary exchange node for all private and public means of transport, including high-speed trains to Florence/Bologna/Milan/Venice and Naples/Salerno.
WHY ELEMENTS GUEST HOUSE?
Simple: We Exceed Expectations
Inexpensive top quality accommodations
Close to public transport
Close to shopping and attractions
Big breakfast, with wide selection of fresh, delicious foods, not bar-catered
New rooms with a private bath and all of the amenities you need to ensure your comfort.
No language barriers: your host and proprietor, Francesco, was born and raised in Rome. He speaks fluent English and has good knowledge of French and Spanish.
Superior service: our hosts take pride in making you feel at home, fulfilling your every need, helping you plan each day and offering guidance, directions and suggestions on just about anything Rome has to offer, from the main tourist attractions and current cultural event schedules, all the way to little known “hang-outs” treasured by the locals.
It is just about impossible to describe everything the “eternal city” has to offer. Rome is known across the world as an open-air museum, as the dual capital of Italy and the Roman Catholic Church. Downtown Rome is so large that it encompasses several “city centers”, where only a few meters or blocks may separate palaces that serve as headquarters for government, religion, global business and financial institutions from international shopping centers, museums, art galleries, monuments and ancient Roman sites. This eclectic though rather dysfunctional layout utterly mesmerizes visitors, and is best enjoyed by walking or riding a bike.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT ROME?
There is never a bad time to visit Rome. Winters are typically mild and mostly sunny. The months of spring are cool, bright and filled with the delightful scent of flowers. October and fall are notoriously warm in general. Summers are long, hot and sunny, but still pleasant thanks to the westerly wind that characterizes summer evenings in Rome and punctuates the lively entertainment and nightlife by which it has become famous in the last few years.
- Air Conditioned
- Internet Wi-Fi High Speed
- TV 57 Channels
- Cleaning service
- Laundry service
- Electronic Badge
- Turistic guide
- Photographic gallery
- Fiumicino airport – 30 min
- Ciampino airport – 30 min
- Termini train station – 20 min
- Old town centre – 15 min