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It was our last night in Italy and hd a great stay y in Rhome86. Antonio was available and helpfull. Our room had a fair size and was veryyyy clean! You can help yourself to food and drink in the fridge and the breakfeast, with...More
I've just returned from a business trip to Rome and had a great stay at Rhome86. I think first and foremost when you meet Antonio (the owner), you feel right at home. You can help yourself to food and drink in fridge and for breakfast...More
We had really good time in here. Antonio is very nice and helpfull, room was nice and clean. Very good location too - you can walk everywhere, city center is really not far away. If you are lazy - you can use metro nearby.
This b&b is not fancy. Nor is it spacious. As is usual in Europe. It is close to the train station. Metro Is across the street and down a block. Good restaurants a few blocks away. The manager is very helpful. I would stay there...More
We stayed at Rhome86 for two nights, Antonio, the host is super nice, friendly and nice. He waited and welcomed you when you arrived, cooked breakfast every morning, recommended nice restaurants nearby and also sightseeing spots. Highly recommended!
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
US$63 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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