Alla Dolce Vita Bed and Breakfast in Rome
Produced and presented by Alessandro Sorbello for New Realm Media Alla Dolce Vita bed and Breakfast in Rome on the corner of Via Veneto.
THE ONLY TRUE AND ORIGINAL COLOURED ROMAN HOLIDAY in the nice and exclusive heart of ROME, plunged in the sole and inimitable atmosphere which made very renowned the cinema master piece of the Master Federico Fellini and created the myth linked to a world wide life style: LA DOLCE VITA (Sweet Life).
Our B&B at the corner with Via Veneto, set between Spanish steps and Trevi Fountain, takes its name from the peculiarity of the location : “Alla Dolce Vita” B&B and Suites.
Via Veneto is one of the most admired and prestigious roman streets and the most known for celebrity world wide, where are set the most luxurious roman hotels: in this location is our B&B.
La dolce vita was hailed as "one of the most widely seen and acclaimed European movies of the 1960s" by The New York Times.  It was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one for Best Costume Design: Black-and-White. La Dolce Vita also earned the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.It was voted the 7th Greatest film of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
Rome Accommodation by Location
City/Town Centre, Vatican, Esquilino, Pantheon, Trastevere, Navona, Aventino, Aurelio, Trevi, Piazza di Spagna, Colosseo/Foro Romano, Flaminio, Quirinale, Via Veneto, Republica, Salario, Marsala, Trieste, Cassia, Monte Mario, Villa Borghese, Universita, Nomentano, Garbatella, San Giovanni, Suburbs - Airport, Parco del Pineto, Via Cristoforo Colombo, Tor De Cenci, Parco Dei Medici, Via Della Pisana, Parco Monte Sacro, Guidonia, Quarto Miglio
Alla Dolce Vita provides a wide selection of properties - budget, business, tourist, luxury, bed and breakfasts and apartments accommodation. Holiday City Rome hotels offer comfort, quality and great value for the money, ideal for leisure and business travellers.
Alla Dolce Vita offer accommodations in B&B and private apartments. A Bed & Breakfast is an officially recognized guest room in a private home. Rooms are carefully selected to meet a high standard of professional hospitality. Continental breakfast is served each morning by the host or hostess who is often available to answer questions about Rome. You are free to come and go at your leisure. The minimum stay is generally 2 nights.
Please check our complete listing of bed and breakfasts in Rome.
Fully furnished apartments are also available to rent for brief periods. These self catering vacation rentals are carefully chosen to meet a high standard of quality regarding comfort, attractiveness and cleanliness. Bed and bath linens are provided. The kitchens can be used to prepare your own meals. Keys to the units are provided. The minimum stay is generally 3 nights.
It's hard to describe Rome in a few words; a city so vast and rich in art, monuments and exquisite views, a historic city, which has preserved its charm and independence throughout the centuries.
Rome's history can be read in every monument, and palazzo; in fact, each and every stone bears witness to the periods of splendour, decay, wars, and numerous architectural styles. The city could be described as a gigantic open-air museum, visited each year by millions of tourists, scholars and pilgrims from all over the world, and this formula which started in 1999 the bed and breakfast and apartment rental business has helped Rome in many occasions when the city could cope with the demands of accommodation, then bed and breakfast in Rome started and the beds available in the city of Rome triplicated .
The city extended over six other hills: Quirinale, Viminale, Esquilino, Celio, Aventino and Capitolino.
Quirinale, the highest of the seven hills, has Piazza Omonima on its summit, with its colossal statues of the gods, Castor and Pollux and the Palazzo del Quirinale, where the president lives. Opposite the Palazzo are the Scuderie, open to the public thanks to the architect Gae Aulenti, who created a functional exhibition space inside the building.
Viminale stands next to Quirinale, it is smaller in size, split into two by Via Nazionale, and dominated by the huge Palazzo delle Esposizioni building (designed by Pio Piacentini) on Piazza della Repubblica, near Rome's principal railway station, Stazione Termini. Piazza della Repubblica is one of the most beautiful piazzas in Rome (used to be called Piazza Esedra), surrounded by arches. The restored Fontana delle Naiadi takes pride of place in the centre of the square. The bed and breakfast MontiHouse and the apartment Sistina, both on our bed and breakfast and apartments listings are quite close to Via Nazionale, a very lively shopping street, with a splendid view.