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as we entered, my wife tripad on the dark stáir, fell and broke her arm. to get an ambulance was impossible so we took a shutle to the hospital, they determined that she need surgery. we canceled our trip and on the first available flight...More
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Response from Lorenzo S, Proprietario at POP Art B&BResponded 4 days ago
the accident happened at the entrance of the building where thousands of our guests had entered over the past 6 years and nothing never happened.
We were from the very beginning beside your side to help you in any possible way. The decision...More
We stayed for only one night but could happily have stayed longer. This is in a perfect location; everywhere in Rome is walkable and you are surrounded by really good eating places. Lorenzo is extremely friendly and will do his utmost to make your stay...More
Staying here was amazing, you felt like you were a local.
Close to everything, we walked everywhere.
Breakfast which is included is a drink and bread with spreads.
Our Netflix didn't work.
If you want a early check out tell them in advance because no...More
We stayed a 3 day weekend. It's literally 1 min away from the Pantheon and 5 mins away from the Trevi fountain and the spanish steps. Location couldn't be better, Lorenzo was so understanding and kind. We will stay here again!
We stayed here for 4 nights in May. Our room was on the back and incredibly quiet - I don't think I've ever stayed somewhere so tranquil. But pop outside the front door and the street below the B&B is noisy and bustling. We were...More
US$118 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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