The Guest House
- The Guest House
The building consists of two blocks: the Conventual Wing, built on Roman walls, is composed of a first level with a hall, reception, reading and conversation rooms and toilets. The first level leads to the upper floor, thanks to a modern elevator with a cabin and a transparent structure that allows the view of incomparable paintings of the nineteenth century. The first and sencond floor of the Conventual Wing are entirely dedicated to large rooms that are accessed through an impressive hallway.
The Bell tower
Using the same lift, guests have access to an intermediate floor, or Piano Monaci, and to the floor located in the attic floor where the smaller rooms, but always equipped with the same services and comforts of the other ones, allow you to look out the window the rooftops of the Monastery and Basilica, having a close sight of the Romanesque bell tower.Rooms
The Roof terrace
At the highest level there is the roof, from where you can enjoy a 360 degree view of Rome and cross with the look centuries of history: you can admire the gardens of the Monastery, located within the perimeter of the Amphitheatre Castrense (the second preserved Roman amphitheater after the Coliseum), the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the domes and rooftops of the city. Outdoor or in a covered glass area perfectly climatized, ideal for winter days or for summer torrid ones. The roof garden, however, remains accessible to guests throughout the day, so you can linger to admire the sunset or sunrise.Services
The Second Block
The second block, is connected with the Conventual Wing both from an external location, which is developed on the architectural remains of the Amphitheatre Castrense, both from an internal path, and has five floors beautifully furnished. In addition, you can take a walk along the archaeological excavations. The recent restoration work, besides equipping the Domus Sessoriana of a larger number of rooms to better meet customer needs, a very ambitious project intervention, because of the characteristics of the masonry structure, but designed to provide free service to guests, indispensable in the modern hospitality.