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I loved this hotel. Very clean. Rooms are nicely furnished. Friendly staff. Location was excellent: walking distance to the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Appreciated the free and fast Wifi. Breakfast was correct and enjoyable.
We stayed at Residenza Al Corso for 3 nights during Oct, 2012 last year.
The hotel is located at Via del Corso street, where there's a lot of shopping stores.
- Friendly staff that can help us with traveling spot in Rome!
- Walking distance...More
My family and I stayed at the Residenza al Corso for four nights. We arrived to find a wooden door with few markings, leaving us to hit random buzzers to get someone to open the door for us. After this awkward start, the stay was...More
We stayed in two different rooms at the residenza al corso as we stayed at the beginning and end of our trip to Italy. We stayed in a suite which was large, had a beautiful, painted ceiling with windows opening to the street below (3rd...More
This hotel had been suggested by an acquaintance and the website ad and photos looked good. Once we got there, we were so dismayed that we only stayed for the first of 4 nights and quickly found ourselves another hotel. Our room, which was billed...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$170 - US$603 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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