Below you'll find a list with some of the best accommodations in the St. John's quarter, an area famous throughout Italy for the traditional 1st of May concert. The Basilica of St. John appears to be one of the most famous in the capital, because of its rare beauty and great importance for the diocese of Rome, once official ecclesiastical seat of the Pope, inside containing the Papal Chair. It is also the first of the four papal basilicas and the oldest of the western world. What is visible today is the fourth reconstruction of the Basilica, which took place at the behest of Pope Innocent X by Francesco Borromini. Near the church you can see the Holy Staircase, which in christian tradition tells that Jesus here passed the ladder to undergo the interrogation by Pontius Pilate, inserted inside the Sanctuary of the Holy Staircase. The neighborhood is home to these wonders in an extremely central location in the city, served by the two subway stations "San Giovanni" and "Re di Roma" which both take their names from the adjacent square, which makes it easy to reach other areas of the city. Nearby is Via Appia Nuova, one of the main shopping streets full of shops and catering establishments. The Bed&Breakfast, holiday houses and rented rooms in St. John quarter and proposed below, are cozy and decorated down to every detail with very competitively prices compared to other facilities in the Capital.