Dimora Salernum

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  • Free WI - FI
  • Mini Bar
  • Safe
  • Air Conditioning
  • Flat - Screen TV
  • Electric Kettle
  • Private Bathroom
  • Free Toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower

Bed and Breakfast Salerno Center: Room Rebecca

Are you looking for a Bed and Breakfast Salerno center? Dimora Salernum is a peaceful and unique place in the centre of Salerno, a few steps from the Public Gardens and the Verdi Theatre and near the port where the ferries to Amalfi, Positano and Capri leave from.

The Rebecca room in this Bed & Breakfast Salerno is furnished in shades of white and beige. Delicate, simple and of a square shape, this room has a local traditional floor, a terracotta of volcanic stone from Vesuvius, enamelled in blue. The upholstered bed is in beige, eco-friendly leather and gives the right tone to the room with its particularly neat style. The en-suite bathroom is decorated with classic, Vietri tiles of yellow and orange, the colours of the sun, which provide background to a touch of modernity in the shape of a stainless-steel moulding.


choose Bed and Breakfast Salerno

The Rebecca room is modern and versatile and is perfect both for couple and single persons, who even though travelling alone do not wish to do without comfort and good taste.The room is very brightandhas a balcony overlooking the main street.

Relaxation and leisure at the  bed and breakfast Salerno

Despite its functional style, the room has many little extra comforts such as an electric kettle for making tea and hot drinks, a mini bar, a safe, telephone, free WiFi, air-conditioning, independent central heating and a 32-inch plasma TV, all of which have been included to make your stay, whether for business or pleasure, much more pleasant.

If you are looking for bed and breakfast salerno choose Dimora Salernum the winner of travellers choice Tripadvisor 2016, 5th position of the ranking of the top 10 Bed and breakfast in Italy.

Are you curious to know why the name of the room is Rebecca? Rebecca was one of the medieval women physicians of Schola Medica Salernitana.

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