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Domus Appia 154 reopens to its guests


Rome starts again, Domus Appia 154 starts again !! We are happy to communicate to our customers that our structure is operational again, after this forced break, respecting all the provisions of the law on health matters. To this end, the breakfasts will be served directly in the room We are ready to receive our guests with the usual courtesy and professionalism.

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Great news for the New Year!


Happy New Year 2020 wishes to all, the new year starts well for Domus appia 154, we received the: “Certificate of Excellence 2019″ So this year too we achieved this prestigious milestone. Thanks to all our guests for contributing to the achievement of this goal! AUGURIIIII!

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Rome Feast 2020! Happy New Year


The most awaited moment of the year, between New Year’s Eve and New Year. In Rome, a large free party open to all transforms the city into an open-air stage and welcomes the new year with an explosion of creativity and fantasy, colors and magic. We are talking about the Rome Film Fest, which has reached its fourth appointment this year and is made possible thanks to the extraordinary collaboration between Roma Capitale and the main cultural institutions and foundations of the city. 1,000 Italian and international artists, music and songs, stunts and parades, in addition to the inevitable fireworks,…

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B&B Domus appia 154 Wishes a Merry Christmas of Jesus


The Christmas of Jesus is coming, may his light illuminate the darkness for all of us. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas!

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Christmas in Rome with the Elves for young and old!


Rome in Via Tuscolana 179 ” The Elves factory ” The dream of every child, and not only, comes true at the Fabbrica degli Elfi, the biggest Christmas event ever organized in Rome: 6000 square meters of covered space set up for a party and completely dedicated to the magic of Christmas. The Ragusa Off, the immense ex-ATAC depot, now recovered as an exhibition area – the largest in Rome – dresses up from head to foot, to host over 200 stands, cared for down to the last detail, offering a wide range of handicraft and food and wine products,…

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Feast of the Immaculate Conception 8 December Rome


#Roma: December 8 is the Catholic feast of the “Immaculate Conception”, a dogma of faith proclaimed by Pope Pius IX in 1854. On this occasion, a column bearing a statue of the Virgin Mary was placed in Piazza Mignanelli next to Piazza di Spagna in 1857. The column comes from Roman excavations, while the statue was sculpted by G. Obici. The column and the statue were erected with the help of 220 firefighters and for this reason still today the brigades lay flowers on the Madonna in this feast. This anniversary is very dear to the Roman people and every…

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HotelsCombined recognizes Domus Appia 154 among the best hotels in Italy Rome, Italy, August 28, 2019- HotelsCombined, the Australia-based hotel meta-search company, has started an extensive survey covering different types of housing in Italy. This survey is based on collect data from millions of guest reviews and translate them into an official recognition of excellence. The HotelsCombined excellence award is not a ranking list but an exceptional group accommodations chosen on the basis of a strict set of criteria. To be considered, the properties must satisfy the following criteria: • At the time of judgment, a winner is rated 8.00…

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From 6 October at Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome (Piazza Venezia) opens the exhibition Impressionisti Segreti, produced and organized by the Arthemisia Group. To celebrate the opening of the Palazzo for the first time, Generali Italia makes the city of Rome usable in the marvelous rooms of the noble floor, or the first, the one with the famous green balcony from which Maria Letizia Ramolino, mother of Napoleon Bonaparte, loved to observe the city. More than 50 works by artists will be exhibited here including Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Pissarro, Sisley, Caillebotte, Morisot, Gonzales, Gauguin, Signac, Van Rysselberghe and Cross. Treasures hidden…

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The Archaeological Park of the Colosseum dedicates an extraordinary exhibition to one of the major Mediterranean powers of the ancient world with the exhibition “Carthago. The immortal myth “. The magnificent city, founded according to legend by Queen Didone, is the protagonist of a rich and ample narrative: from the Phoenician East, witness of the growth of a great commercial empire, to the conflict with Rome, another great rival power, and the subsequent re-establishment of the new Colonia Iulia Concordia Carthago, a flourishing province of Rome. The engaging story, of remarkable chronological extension, unfolds, subsequently, through the abandonment of paganism…

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Forum of Augustus, Via Dei Fori Imperiali from 17-04-2019 to 03-11-2019 Forum of Augustus 2000 years later. A journey through history: the multimedia show returns with films and reconstructions that will show the places as they appeared at the time of Augustus. The conquests brought the expansion not only of an empire, but also of a great civilization made of culture, technology, juridical rules, art. Traces of that past still remain in all areas of the Empire, with amphitheaters, baths, libraries, temples, streets. Rome at that time had more than one million inhabitants: no city in the world had ever…

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