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I booked this place through cross pollinate and didn't realize that it was far from Termini (30 min) but it was a great surprise , the owner is very nice , she always answered the phone when I called and was waiting for us when...More
Mr Piece is nicely decorated, and is located at walking distance from the Colosseum (10-12 min aprox). Fabiana was very kind upon arrival, and always answered her phone when we called her. Our room was very big and had a clean private bathroom. The little...More
The "shared kitchen" is only available for use during breakfast and not for lunch/dinner as one would expect. The breakfast is very basic (some bread, spreads, cereal and coffee). The hosts did not make up our rooms since we were "only" staying for 5 nights....More
Thank Nicholas L
Response from mrpiece, Proprietario at Mr Piece B&BResponded 25 December 2014
I'm sorry if you had some problems with the key for the door even if i show you the sense of the key to open it. I regret to inform you that i never received any calling on my number from you, if...More
The first of all I would like to say that we were disappointed of our expectations and I will say why. The first thing was that on hotels.com it wasn't mention in description that there is no air condition and kitchen was in common use...More
We really enjoyed our stay at Mr.Piece B&B. Although I consider the price per room quite high for a simple B&B, probably this was due to the season we stayed in Rome (May). The rooms were very clean and happily decorated and the owner lady...More
US$65 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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