Casa per Ferie Madre Nazarena Roma :Where to Stay in Rome

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Disclaimer:  This is not a sponsored post. I personally paid for my stay.

 I came to know Casa Per Ferie Madre Nazarena through my  friend who is a  nun. She belongs to the Figlie Del Divino Zelo congregation who owns and operates the said establishment.  I was supposed to visit her only but I decided to stay over because there were no more trains available going to Milan. From that day on I always stay in Casa per Ferie whenever I am in Rome.  I longed its tranquilness. I just love staying here. It’s my home away from home.


 Don’t be surprised if the receptionist is also a nun I told you they run the hotel and it   is actually located inside the convent’s compound.  Security will not be your problem including your cars. They have ample and secured parking.

Reception 




Secured parking
This is a  no frills type accommodation. It is  simple yet very clean and orderly. It has basic amenities just like what  you could find in  hotels like towels, television and toiletries.  And not because it is in a convent doesn’t mean you will be totally “out of the world”  just ask the receptionist for the Free wifi password to stay connected.
Chapel


my bedroom on my third visit








There is a separate dining room and refreshment  area wherein you can buy some snacks at the vending machines. What would be a convent without  a Chapel ? If you need to meditate, say a prayer or  solitude   just take a  seat  and basked yourself into calmness of the place.
at the end of the corridor is the dining room

vendo machine in the refreshment area right at the centre of the hallway

It's location can be  easily  reach by taking  the Metro Line A bound to Anagnina  alight at the Ponte Lungo Station.  Take the Via Albenga exit walk until you  reach  the fruit and vegetable vendors  mini market then turn left to Via Acqui. After the bridge turn right just before the stoplight continue walking. You will passed by the gate of a school and a Church. The Casa Ferie gate right is next to it.

You may also take bus no. 360 Piazza Zama get off at the terminus. Cross the small bridge then turn right on Circonvallazione Appia  then find the right gate.  The bus no. 87 will stop at Via Alfredo Beccarini , it is the street just across the bridge from Via Acqui.  You may also alight at the Largo Don Orione if you take Bus No. 649.
From Fumicino Airport take the FL1 local train and get off at Tuscolana Station. It’s a 15-20 minutes.  Follow the street that leads to the Metro Line A Ponte Lungo station and follow the instruction above. Check my post on how to reach Rome’s city center from the airport.
If you rather want to bring your car take the Exit(Uscita) 23 Appio San Giovanni. Another  good thing about the place is that they have onsite secured parking which is very rare in Rome.  Never worry about your car because it is right inside the gated compound.



For further  information and to book your stay check out their website: http://www.casamadrenazarena.it