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This was a convent and is still run by the Carmelite Sisters and seems to operate as a B&B. My single room, sparsely furnished was perfectly adequate and spotless. There was 24 hour door service so I was free to come and go. The house...More
We wanted somewhere close to the Stadio Olympico for the Rugby and booked in for two nights. (The walk back from the Stadium is quite a climb but still only took us twenty minutes.)
First impression is one of controlled austerity as you approach via...More
We spent three nights at the Convent it is only a short bus ride to the Vatican area ,the room was clean with a large bathroom .Every floor has a large balcony overlooking the beautiful gardens where it was nice to sit in the evenings.Breakfast...More
We stumbled across Suore Carmelitane when we were looking for a somewhere to stay within walking distance of the Rome Olympic stadium. What a find! It's a peaceful oasis of calm in one of Europe's busiest cities. Our twin-bedded room was simply furnished. The adjoining...More
My husband and I took a room here on recommendation from our priest friend who also stayed here. It is clean,simple, pleasant and quiet. We went to Mass with the sisters every morning that we could and it was a beautiful Mass.
The hotel was...More
US$52 - US$94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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