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Domus Nova Bethlem

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London, Canada
Reviewed 30 December 2012

This was our first visit to Roma. We were booked at the Saturnia Hotel. Once arriving at the Termini from the airport and being scammed by the taxi driver for 10 euros to handle luggage for 3 people, we checked in. We are in our 60s so were not happy about there being no elevator and we were in the...

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Belfast, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 May 2012

This was our first Rome visit and we booked the Domus on the advice of a neighbour. On arrival by train at Termini it was easy to find Via Cavour and a short and easy walk downhill brought us to the Domus. The place is spotless, the room was very adequate for our needs apart from the absence of a...

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Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 25 April 2012

My family, friends, and I have used Domus Nova Bethlem since part of the Suore Oblate del Bambino Gesù Convent was converted into an hotel in 1999. Then it was €100 per night in the off season, including a substantial buffet breakfast. Last week during high season it was €110 -- both dates a bargain in Rome. The “hotel” is...

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2Thank Fiat
Madison, New Jersey
Reviewed 7 February 2012

This was a beautiful hotel - not to mention spotlessly clean. The staff was courteous, the nuns weren't what you might think nuns are (stuffy, boring, etc.), and the rooms are high quality. The beds are comfortable enough, although I wish they were a bit softer. The continental breakfast is one of the biggest I've ever seen in a hotel...

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Henley in Arden
Reviewed 23 September 2010

clean rooms, cheap hotel, free wifi. beware the 7am wake up call. chapel very close and the 7am bell calling the nuns to prayer ! ok for me I had to be up anyway. breakfast very basic, but ok. cold buffet only. secure off road parking

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Missouri
Reviewed 25 August 2007

After reading reviews on how variable many of the hotel rooms in Rome can be, I was terrified to book anything. So, I decided to look into convents and monasteries. From other reviews on DNB, I thought this would be a safe bet on clean, safe lodging. It was. DNB wasn't the fanciest place in which I've stayed (I usually...

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4Thank ozarker
Northern Ireland
Reviewed 13 June 2007

This hotel is part of a convent so you'll probably see nuns wandering about, but it is a clean and comfortable place to stay. Its close to Santa Maria Maggiorre on Via Cavour, and easily accesible from cavour metro stop and a short walk from the main train station, as well as having a bus stop just outside that crosses...

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Salt Lake City, Utah
Reviewed 17 January 2005

In September 2004, my husband and I paid 100 euro per night. The room was VERY clean, it had AC, a private bathroom with shower, free breakfast, TV, and was reasonably quiet. It's within walking distance of the Termini (Rome's main train station), very convenient location. Curfew was 1:00 a.m., which was no problem. The only issue I had was...

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Monti
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighbourhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighbourhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
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Domus Nova Bethlem is located in Rome's historical centre. The building overlooks the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and provides 38 rooms (single, double, triple and family rooms and 2 rooms equipped for disabled guests). All the rooms have: - air-conditioning - bathroom with shower and hairdryer - telephone - TV - desk - free Wi-Fi connection - safe (at the front desk) ... more   less 

Additional Information about Domus Nova Bethlem

Address: Via Cavour 85/A, 00184 Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Monti
Price Range: $143 - $245 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Domus Nova Bethlem 3*
Number of rooms: 38
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“Chose a room facing the courtyard and not the Main Street”
leonv809, 15 May 2016 | Read review
“Rooms on the higher floor better. Ask for one facing the courtyard for quieter side.”
theom, 7 Apr 2014 | Read review
“Rooms on inner-court offer a better city view. Rooms decorated in raspberry red look more lively than the beigy-coloured ones.”
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870maureenz, 21 Oct 2013 | Read review
“We had a courtyard view and enjoyed the morning bells. Only minor issue was the rumble of the metro.”
ClaudeL541, 30 Dec 2012 | Read review
“All rooms are good and facing the courtyard; however, you may want to request twin beds vs matrimonial bed, room close to the elevator, the computer station or farther from the children's play area, balcony vs. window, 2nd floor vs. 3rd.”
Fiat, 24 Apr 2012 | Read review
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