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I was pleasantly surprised by the Little Queen. You never know what you are going to get booking 10 months out and 6,000 miles away. This place was great. On the bus line, in walking distance of everything, with a wonderful staff, and large rooms....More
My wife and I visited Rome at Sep/Oct 2015, we stayed at the Little Queen B&B for 5 nights.
We had a great time there, thanks to service and to Vittorio the owner.
The location of the place is at the border of the Jewish...More
Firstly Rome is most definitely the most awe inspiring city I have ever visited, you certainly get the 'whoa' factor!
A little surprised at how few people spoke English, but that is my problem not theirs!!!
You should mostly definitely do Segway tour with Rex...More
We were in the middle of everything...Our room was amazing and the buffet continental breakfast was to die for. We walked everywhere and was recommended by the owner to go to a fabulous Jewish area for dinner which we visited a few times. Would highly...More
Sarah, the host is sweet & wonderful & takes care of your needs at little queen!
The location is cosy and quiet but if you walk 7 minutes from the property, all the restaurants and pubs will be right there! You will enjoy your time...More
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.