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The Residenza Maritti is a B&B and guesthouse located in a eighteenth century palace built on Roman ruins, fully renovated in 1999, overlooking the ruins of the Temple of Mars Ultor in the Forum of Augustus. Here you will feel at home even if your stay is very short: our friendly...
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To share a private residence that is hosted by such wonderful people as John Lucca and Pierre that is almost inside the antient ruins of Rome was an absolute privilege for my wife and I. The rooms are very comfortable and the property is immaculately...More
Stayed in the Contemporary Suite with my daughter and her two children. Their first visit to Rome and this was an ideal place. The room was wonderfully spacious and the views were amazing. The communal kitchen area was great for us as a family and...More
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Response from Gianluca M, Proprietario at Residenza MarittiResponded 7 March 2018
Thank you Jules for your incredible review!
It makes us want to organise a stay in this place!!!
we are joking :-)
We are glad your stay was fabulous.
See you in Rome and at Residenza.
First of all, it was my first visit to Rome. I was little nervous when I booked this hotel but those reviews on "Tripadvisor" made me feel more comfortable with my decision.
Very easy to find, accessible from the train station basically a great place....More
We stayed 3 nights in the family suite and 1 night in the Zia Bianca. The suite was spacious, very clean and had a great views. The room was nice as well.
We arrived into Rome very late and the airline lost my luggage. When...More
Excellent staff, friendly and really helpful; awesome location that’s close to major attractionsand restaurants, stunning view from the terrace. It’s 5 min walking from the colosseum. We were able to come back in the middle of the day, take a break and walk to other...More
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The Residenza Maritti is a B&B and guesthouse located in a eighteenth century palace built on Roman ruins, fully renovated in 1999, overlooking the ruins of the Temple of Mars Ultor in the Forum of Augustus. Here ...Moreyou will feel at home even if your stay is very short: our friendly welcome and hospitality will make you enjoy your stay. We offer our guests highly comfortable accommodation. In Residenza Maritti, you can stay in the environments intended for common use, free to use the kitchen and eat your meal in comfortable and spacious room. You can also, in the spaces, use internet and check your e-mail. Everyday from 08:00 to 10:00, you can access the buffet breakfast at our space dedicated to Art and Culture, "Lupigiada". You can choose this place for your parties, dinners, cocktails, aperitifs and events or theme nights. On request, for a minimum number of 12 persons it is possible to organize food and wine tastings with the highest quality products guided by expert sommeliers. Less
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Response from Capnstubing | Reviewed this property |
No coffee making facilities in the actual room but each room shares a common kitchen with coffee, cooking and a fridge available. Its like being at home, you walk out of your bedroom and into the kitchen.