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The location is impeccable: close to a subway station, close to quite a few restaurants and convenient stores. It also is in a quiet neighborhood while the Vatican is within walking distance. It is not fancy, but simple and clean, as you normally find in...More
This was the first convent that we have ever stayed in, so we didn't really know what to expect. My wife speaks some Italian, but it is her 5th language and this was her first time in Italy. Not to worry. The reception usually had...More
Simple, safe accommodation a couple of minutes walk to a metro station and 15 mins walk to St Peters so getting there early to beat the crowds is easy. Clean and well maintained, room was large with a very nice bathroom including generous sized towels....More
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We stayed here for three nights in July with our three children. We had a room with a bunk bed and 3 single beds, and there was plenty of room for all of us and our luggage. It is extremely clean, quiet and a short...More
Excellent accomadation very clean and well maintained.Extremely friendly staff very willing to help,slight language barrier but always found someone to help us.
Breakfast basic but enough .
Very near The Vatican only a ten minute walk away.tourist sites also easily accessible on fooot
Just steps away from the chaos of the centre, Prati is the closest Rome gets to calm. Meticulously planned in a neat grid, quite unlike neighbouring Borgo, Prati is a local favourite for its aesthetic organisation and wide streets lined with a range of boutiques for every shopping fantasy. Nonnis pushing baby carriages and gossiping teens own every inch of the sidewalk, but that’s only during business hours. Once the sun sets,
quirky sidestreet bars celebrate aperitivo hour, those evening cocktails that help wash away the tensions of Roman life.