Casa Auxilium Christianorum located in a secure apartment complex and is an ideally located. The guest house is beautifully presented, offering warm and friendly hospitality. A true Italian experience.
Well located to all the sites of central Rome, near the Vatican and Castel Sant'Angelo.
This convent is operated by the Maestre Pie Filippini.
There is a small courtyard where guests can find a spot for peaceful relaxation, or to simply take a break from a schedule full of sightseeing.
Breakfast is included in the price. There are dining options within walking distance of the venue.
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Local Services within 500m
The venue is ideally located in the center of the city.
Chair and Desk
The historic center of Rome. City with easy access. Bus, train and metro stops for local and surrounding locations.
The religious order running the guesthouse is over 300 years old. Saint Lucy Filippini and Cardinal Mark Anthony Barbarigo founded the order all those years ago with the intention to open schools. The rooms have been renovated, so guests are staying in a secure, simple and modern environment.
Nice, tranquil place with sweet staff
Havard - , Norway (September 2016)
The sisters are warm, friendly, and helpful. The breakfast was very good. My greatest concern was that I did not have wifi (unless in the lobby) and it was not strong. I was able to access via ethernet in my room, but it was a weak signal. Other than that, I didn't need the A/C, so it was ok, although it was starting to heat up when I left June 8. One of the greatest benefits is feeling safe and secure while there.
Marie - FL, United States (May 2014)
Very nice location in a quiet area, close to bus stop and railway station. However, you need the bus to go to the historic centre. Friendly reception.
Ernest - , Belgium (June 2013)
Fantastic, friendly and the nuns were so good to us.
Angela - NS, Australia (December 2012)
It was very clean and comfortable, had parking, breakfast was good. wish they would take a credit card.
Diane - MO, United States (April 2010)
It was a great location - quiet, garden atmosphere and near the Vatican. Sister Helen was extremely helpful and pleasant.
Thomas - TX, United States (May 2009)
I had anticipated that a convent/monastery would be simple, clean and quiet. So my expectations were well met. The location was very good, a 5-10 minute walk from St. Peter's with several convenient restaurants near by. The staff was extremely helpful and pleasant, and the rooms were large, very clean, and up to date. The security was almost too tight and we spent a good amount of time ringing bells to get in and out. Only 1 of the staff spoke English, but she was on duty almost constantly.