Why Book With Us?

Why Choose us

10 Good Reasons To Book With Us
  • Excellent Quality/Price ratio
  • Central and Commercial zone
  • Free Wi-Fi in common areas
  • Roof Garden with breathtaking panoramic view
  • Peaceful and comfortable rooms
  • Tourist Attractions within walking distance
  • Easy to be reached by car and by public transport
  • Located in a millennial archaeological site
  • Meeting Rooms equipped with Conference Services
  • We operate under ISO 9001: 2008
Domus Sessoriana Rome

Rooms

The rooms of Domus Sessoriana are obtained from the cells of the monastery attached to the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. Single, twin, double, triple and quadruple rooms: spacious, bright, quiet, with private bathroom and all the comforts of a modern guest house

The Guest House

The Domus Sessoriana is a room rental in Rome derived from the ancient monastery adjacent to the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. Unique in its genre, it combines the charm of history running through it, with the modern comforts. Wrap yourself up in this suggestive atmosphere!

Domus Sessoriana Rome

Services

The hospitality at Domus Sessoriana has a millenary tradition, so in addition to the living room, we offer a range of services dedicated to you. Parking facilities, transport in the city and to the airport, guided tours and business services. Let yourself be pampered and let us make your Holiday in Rome more pleasant.

Places to visit near Domus Sessoriana

Spanish Steps

An elegant corner of Rome loved by famous poets, with mansions of the eighteenth century, the stairway of Trinità dei Monti and the Fountain of Four Rivers by Bernini.

Trevi Fountain

The Fountain of the Dolce Vita, remarkable example of Baroque sculpture, where stone and water come together in one of the the most famous monuments in the world.

Circus Maximus and Palatine

The center of the Roman world: the Palatine with the city of Romulus, and the Circus Maximus, the track of the world's largest sporting events.

Appian Way Park

A nice walk or bicycle ride through the aqueducts, catacombs, the Church of Domine Quo Vadis and other historical treasures of the Appian Way Regional Park.

St. John Lateran

Within the aisles of Borromini various relics are preserved, including the heads of the Saints Peter and Paul and a piece of the table of the Last Supper.

Coliseum

The Flavian Amphitheatre is the largest in the world and it's the main symbol of the Eternal City, with 5 million visitors every year. You really can't miss its timeless beauty.