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I was more than disappointed in the Casa Howard on the Via Sistina in Rome. My Indian room was miniscule, dark and depressing, despite the bright yellow walls. The small frosted window in the bathroom opened to a brick wall. Many nights were stuffy and...More
The Indian Room at Casa Howard had (from April 3 to April 18, 2006) no space, no air (nor air conditioning), no light (it was supposed to be a "bright room"), no promised "flat screen" TV, no telephone and an erratic wi-fi service (it didn't...More
We had a fabulous stay at Casa Howard in Oct 05, enjoying both the Flower Room and the American Cousin Room. Both were beautifully furnished and presented. The sound insulation was amazing - with the windows shut, there was no noise from the street below....More
This place sounds fantastic - character, location, service. The location was good - we walked virtually everywhere - but "character" consisted of a tiny room (albeit an attractively decorated tiny room) with no sound insulation, a broken shower in the sauna (or should I say...More
Stay at casa howard december 2005. Wonderful location (may be the best location in Rome 20 m from spanish steps). Our pink room excellent. The green room nicer (if possible). Cristine the best. If you like to have your own house in Rome, choose one...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$88 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi - no breakfast isnt included and I don't think there are any laundry facilities - but don't quote me on this. Pretty sure there aren't any rooms with terraces - its pretty tiny - virtually a flat which has been turned... More
Hi - no breakfast isnt included and I don't think there are any laundry facilities - but don't quote me on this. Pretty sure there aren't any rooms with terraces - its pretty tiny - virtually a flat which has been turned into b&b rooms. Try and get one of the rooms with a bathroom as we were a bit fed up with having to walk down the corridor and around the corner to the bathroom - not far - but you risk coming into contact with fellow b&b'ers and you aren't exactly looking your best!!
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"we were in the flower room with view on the street, but we can't compare to other rooms"