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All reviewsvatican citylepanto metro stationaround the cornerquiet areasingle roomhard boiled eggssmall hotelfree wifiwithin walking distanceyogurtvisit to romeone night stayshared bathroombuffet styleearly checkplenty of hot watergelato
I've been visiiting Rome during the New year's days and I'm very happy that I chose hotel Gerber. I've been searching the web for a good hotel for almost one month and was quite afraid to book it relying only on reviews and not knowing...More
Traveled with grown children and husband. Great breakfast buffet in the German style - boiled eggs, ham, cheese, yogurt, cereal, bread and croissants, which was included in the room rate. Just north and east of the Vatican, 1 block from the Lepanto metro stop. Clean...More
...Conveniently located one block from the Lepanto Subway stop, walkable and clean area, comfortable and clean hotel with nice breakfast included every morning. The only things that were small (compared to US standards) were the elevator and the shower. But otherwise, the hotel was very...More
The only thing I would agree with in the two bad ratings is that their "King Size" bed is two twins pushed together, but that seems to be a norm in many hotels around Italy. We were also informed that this what the bed would...More
Hotel Gerber for an economical, roman hotel was great. For a quick visit to Rome, it has a great location in a tree lined street near the Vatican. All staff in the hotel were friendly and professional. Our room was comfortable and compact, with a...More
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.
did you have a question re hotel gerber. one option is to take a shared taxi/van from FCO. When you are done collecting your bags and head towards the exit on the left you will see shuttle services. we paid 20EU per... More
did you have a question re hotel gerber. one option is to take a shared taxi/van from FCO. When you are done collecting your bags and head towards the exit on the left you will see shuttle services. we paid 20EU per person to the hotel using the shared van. it was an 8 person vehicle but he only had 6 riders. the mercedes was air conditioned and very roomy. the best part was that we were dropped right in front.
if you want to take a train then from Termini or Tributina take to line to Lepanto. the hotel is a very short walk from Lepanto metro stn (it has no escalators or elevators) bu the climb of steps is not much..