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Nice place with clean rooms. Staff is very friendly and gives a lot of good recommendations.
Things is, that we have booked another hotel "New design St. Peter" and somehow we where rearranged due to overbooked issues. Sounds like method to me. Nevertheless I could...More
This is a B&B, located only a 5-minute walk from the Vatican and the Metro station (Ottaviano stop on the red line). Mauro, the owner, communicated with us by email before we arrived, and everything was as we expected. Very clean room, big bathroom, nice,...More
I stayed here for a week and I am satisfied with the room, its clean and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The Hotel is accessible for public transport. Very close to the vatican and there are lots of restaurants nearby. Im very satisfied...More
Our two-night stay here was very comfortable-- the bed was one of the best we stayed on during our trip, and the bathroom was spacious. Mauro was a little late meeting us to check us in, but he was so apologetic we couldn't stay mad....More
We were in Appartment 2, Verde, for 8 days.
The reception by the owner was very welcoming. The explanation of the way things work around the apartment was brief but sufficient. Breakfast consisted of coupons for the Lemongrass cafe right next door. Typical Italian breakfast,...More
Just steps away from the chaos of the centre, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighbouring Borgo, Prati is a local favourite for its aesthetic organisation and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.