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We were here in october 2014. Easy to find for foreign travellers arriving by car in Roma. Spotless room, quiet location in upcoming neighborhood of Roma. Very friendly and accommodating host.Authentic Roman experience.Would recommend for a stay.
Deborah is a wonderful host, her family too.
It was a great experience, for my passing through Rome this year.
Usually I stay in hotels in Rome, this B&B experience at Gerani Rossi added a special Italian flavor.
Thank you !
We stayed here for 4 nights just a couple of days ago. The place is excelent, aldo close to city center it just looks like a wonder: quiet, nice and clean. It's not fancy, it's simple and traditional, clean and confortable, with a lovely garden....More
we stayed a couple of nights and absolutely loved our accomodation,clean and had all the neccessary things...Deborah and family gave us the best service and treated us as part of the family,she served us so well,we were sad to leave...the limoncello and singing at night...More
US$58 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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