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This is a nice little hotel. We walk out the front gates and are in walking distance to almost everything. Our room has a view of a courtyard (so not much), but we are not in the room often given how much there is to...More
Unlike previous reviews, we found the reception quite easily, there are sign posts everywhere directing you to the right direction. The hotel is on the 3rd floor and the lift goes to the 4th floor so expect to walk a flight of stairs and the...More
Great location, clean, comfortable rooms. A bit tricky to find reception but once you do not a problem. Not particularly happy with my room assignment, one window facing the courtyard. Asked for an upgrade but never received it. All in all good place to stay...More
My husband and I stayed here for 6 nights in April. The hotel appears to be in a building with residential apartments and 2 hotels. As you enter through the huge green door pass the elevator in front of you turn right through the courtyard...More
I came to Rome with my girlfriend during Christmas' holidays and stayed here for 3 nights. The hotel is close to everywhere in town. it's located next to Via Del Corso, which is full of shops!!! 10' to Fontana Di Trevi or Piazza Di Spagna...More
US$81 - US$594 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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