" We had such an amazing time exploring Italy and I ate so much fantastic gluten free food. The B&B was great, the room was very comfortable and large with a big en suite bathroom! Stefano was a brilliant host and we managed to pack a lot into 3 days! You can easily and cheaply get the metro in no time at all to the city centre. Stefano also has an incredible guide of gluten free restaurants in and around Rome which we took advantage of! I cannot rate this B&B and especially Stefano highly enough and if we ever return to Rome this would be our first option!" Hannah & Rob June 2017
"We have just returned from a fantastic time in Rome - beautiful and there is so much to do. The Guest house was all that I would have expected. It is slightly out of the heart of town and was perfect for us. It had a public transport network that meant you could easily and cheaply get to everywhere you needed to. The guest house was immaculately clean and well presented. It was simple but lacked for nothing. Mini fridge in the room and drinks station in each appartment of 4 rooms. The gluten free was taken very seriously and Stefano was very real and lovely! He was very hands on with his guests and was pretty much available 24/7. There is a 24hr supermarket across the road and 3 gluten free restaurants within walking distance. We also visited 7 of the 20 some establishments that were recommended by Stefano. For us it was absolutely fabulous!" Linda & Robert June 2016
My Guest Roma is situated in pleasant surroundings on the edge of the main Rome touristic centre. Only a few minutes from busy shopping areas and with easy access to public transport, (metro or bus), this B&B is a great base from which to enjoy the best of the touristic offer together with a taste of the “real” Rome. Stefano, your host, grew up in this area of Rome - his family having lived here for generations - so through his local knowledge makes sure everyone enjoys their own 'Special Roman Experience'.
Situated on more than one floor in a residential building all the rooms in the Guest House are en suite and combine modern design and comfort with the appeal of the high ceilings, stuccos and wooden doors dating back to the 1930’s original building. Besides standard single, doubles and triples there is a family room for 4 as well as an independent 3 room suite that can take up to 8 persons and is very suitable for families and group of friends. All rooms have access to a drinks station with kettle and microwave and there is free wi- fi connection and AC throughout the B&B in all areas.
Coeliacs are very welcome and gf breakfast is available and complements the buffet breakfast offer. As for eating out while in Rome .. who said those of you needing to observe a gluten free diet cannot enjoy the best of the Italian culinary tradition even in the land of pasta and pizza ? The excellent menu offer of those restaurants in the area serving gluten free options and non won’t disappoint you and Stefano, owner of the B&B, will be able to point you in the right direction with his list of 26 restaurants serving gf food!
When planning a visit to Rome, often referred to as the Eternal city, the first places on the list are likely to be Vatican City, Sistine Chapel, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Spanish steps to name just a few. However, unrivalled art treasures such as the early Christian complex of Saint Agnes with its Catacombs or the early 19th century Villa Torlonia with its numerous Casinos and its beautiful gardens are just a few minutes’ walk from the Guest House; whereas to reach the the Colosseum & Roman Forum or the area around Piazza Venezia (the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish steps ) takes about 15- 20 minutes. The list of monuments, landmarks, museums and parks is endless! As you can imagine Rome is full of bars and restaurants and it's a great experience to walk down Via Veneto with its expensive shops and famous bars and take time out to sit and relax in one of them breathing in the magical atmosphere of this wonderful city.
Termini and Tiburtina interregional train stations are both a 15 minutes bus/ metro ride.
In the hotel
Reception (08.00 – 18.00) – small breakfast room serving buffet style breakfast – microwave – kettles for tea/coffee – luggage storage – board games – guide books, tourist info and city maps – NO lift – internet access & wifi – private secure parking for a fee (must be reserved in advance)
In the rooms
All bedrooms are en suite with air conditioning – heating – flat screen TV – wall safe – mini fridge - bathrooms with shower – hairdryer.
Several rooms can take extra beds: Possibility of 3 bedroom independent suite for max 8 persons.
Bus stop – Line B metro (underground) – using the bus or metro easy access to most of the famous museums – monuments – landmarks of Rome – restaurants – bars – shopping areas – chemist – banks – parks
How to arrive
Airports: Rome Ciampino or Fiumicino
From Ciampino: Light train or Terravision shuttle bus to Rome Termini Station. Approx 30 mins.
From Fiumicino Train to Rome Termini Station.
From the station a taxi to the Guest House will cost €12,00 – 14,00 plus luggage.
Alternative is to take 90 Express Bus (Direction Largo Labia) from outside station. Get off after 7 stops Nomentana / XXI Aprile. Turn right into Viale XXI Aprile and walk to no 12, My Guest Roma, 4th building on the right hand side.
Transfer can be arranged for approx €48,00 for up to 4 persons from either airport to the hotel
Suitable for coeliac: Yes
Check In: Any day 14.00 - 18.00
Check Out: Any day 10.00
Prices are per room per day B&B and will depend on the season.. Gluten free breakfast available and coeliac guests are very welcome. Availability on request.
Single room from €45,00 - €85,00
Double/twin room from €80,00 - €110,00
Triple room from €95,00 - €145,00
Quadruple room from €115,00 - €165,00.
There is a tourist/city tax of €3,50 per person per day to be paid direct to the hotel.
Cash payment preferred.
All prices are in €uro. Right now €uro 1 is equivalent to approx £0.88. If there is any significant change within the next few months a new sterling guide will be added