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I gave this 5 stars-- not rated like you would give to a 5 star "Plaza-type Hotel"- but for a small local (near the Vatican) hotel. We stayed for 7 nights and were able to go to the Vatican very early and miss the long...More
We had a wonderful stay at the Vatican View. To our surprise, the 4 person room we booked was actually a suite, with a rooftop terrace. On top if that it has a partial view of the basilica including the cupola and columns. Staff were...More
This is a lovely hotel in a great location, clean and tidy, room was serviced everyday,
Great roof terrace with a awesome view of the Vatican , perfect on a evening with a bottle of wine
Plenty of bars and restaurants local to the hotel,...More
We recently returned from a lovely 5 day trip to Rome, and we couldn’t have been more pleased with our choice of hotel at the”Vatican View”. Even though we just chose a standard room, it was very nice, and comfortable. Antonio, and all the staff...More
Good location, 5-10mins walk to metro and only €1.50 into the Rome city centre but if you’re fit enough it’s about a half hour walk. Very friendly staff, chatty and helpful. Lovely, spotlessly clean room with water and snacks replenished daily. Would definitely recommend, excellent...More
Frocked priests, colorful Swiss Guards, insistent souvenir shop owners, flag-waving tour guides, and pilgrims from around the world. This is the Vatican and Borgo, Rome's most recognized neighbourhood which acts as Vatican City's front yard. Aside from the souvenir boutiques and a few food spots, the only business conducted here is papal. In the daytime, the tiny medieval sector bustles with holy activity, as
visitors vie for elbow room, or stand in line for a visit. Once the sun sets, the neighbourhood is transformed into a quiet and picturesque hamlet.