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Great stay in Suite della Vite. We spend a few days in Rome and thanks God we find this place. Apartments are very comfortable, there's frigo with free refresh and you have a Nespresso with capsules. The owner it's super friendly, we have the placer...More
Having booked with Thomas cook we got recommended the suite Della Vite
Myself partner and her daughter of 11 was looking forward to a break as we had all been under stress recently
We arrived at the B & B at 10pm .
Perfect location! Wifi did not work. If you decide to stay here think of it as Airbnb. If you need any kind of help you 'll need to go to the restaurant downstairs. However they are busy working and they seemed annoyed to help you....More
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I have passed 3 nights in this Hotel. Level of hygiene and room service is excellet. Apart from the usual daily necessities, the room is also equipped with a free safe to use, bed slippers and a first aid box. The hair dryer is very...More
US$131 - US$451 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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