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A very average experience - relatively friendly staff at reception, clean small old fashioned room (very stuffy atmosphere, old bed cover), breakfast below average (meats, cheeses, breads, juices of low quality; platter of fresh fruit where all the soft fruits were bruised). I would not...More
Stayed at the top floor of Hosianum Palace and really enjoyed the amazing outdoor cafe/bar. Close to some of the great attractions of old Rome. Tricky shower with the choice of eighter cold or hot water.
We booked this hotel through booking.com for 2 people. Before even going, I emailed them asking for a twin room with two separate beds. They replied quite quickly and arranged it for us without any fuss.
Location - The hotel is a minute walk to...More
In the old part of Rome, within walking distance of major sites of interest. Staff very helpful and friendly especially Agnieszka in the roof top bar. Breakfast was plentiful and varied, rooms clean and comfortable but a little lacking in drawer space. Many restaurants and...More
Off the beaten track in a side street but close to the centre. Very friendly staff particularly Agnieszka who ran the lovely roof terrace single handedly. Very helpful reception staff. My only gripe was the 4th floor room with a sloping roof which made the...More
US$112 - US$258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The mini-neigbourhood Ghetto holds tight to its reputation as a stand-alone area thanks to its nearly 300-year history as the home to Rome’s Jewish community. Times changed in the 20th century, but the tiny area still retains its mix of tradition, community, and history. Ancient and medieval architectural design frames apartments, bakeries, shops, and restaurants. Friends and families are the
pulse of the neighbourhood, keeping company on the Via del Portico d’Ottavia. The Ghetto observes the traditional Jewish Shabbat: businesses close from Friday sundown to Saturday sundown.