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Maison Vaticana is a great B&B. It's very close to the Vatican as well as the Metro. The owner is very helpful, warm and welcoming. There's plenty of restaurants and coffee shops near the Hotel.
A great place to stay in Rome. I recommend it...More
Response from Selly2, Proprietario at Maison VaticanaResponded 14 October 2016
Thanks for your message. I am very happy you enjoyed your stay! I hope I can host you another time.
We had a wonderful time. Giesel & Antonio were very helpful and courteous.The B&B is located 3 blocks from The Vatican City. You won't be disappointed! Totally awesome! The Metro Station is just up the street also. There's plenty of retail outlets for food, clothes,...More
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Response from Selly2, Proprietario at Maison VaticanaResponded 13 January 2016
Thanks for your message. You are a very nice couple. It was a pleasure to host you. We are very happy you spend your days in Rome as you like.
I hope we can host you again.
Gisele & Antonio.
We had three nights at this b&b - the choice was based on price and location - and didn't disappoint on either - it was so close to the Vatican and then walking distance to the metro and all the other sites, we walked everywhere....More
We loved this place! We stayed with 3 other couples for 3 nights. It was amazing. Excellent location (within 10 minutes walk from that vatican city) and the place was very clean, tidy and welcoming. Thoroughly recommend it!
Rome was our second stop during our two-week honeymoon in Italy. We booked Maison Vaticana on Agoda.com for four nights and emailed the hostel one month beforehand that we would be arriving at 3pm, taking into possibility of train delays and getting lost trying to...More
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