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Casa di Nazareth

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Reykjavik, Iceland
Reviewed 1 September 2016

The hotel is located in about 10 minutes walk form Cornelia metro station. It is a little bit difficult to find the hotel for the first time, but if you use a map, there will not be any problem. We liked this hotel very much! Everything was just great. The staff is polite, helpful and friendly. The room was very...

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Bialystok, Poland
Reviewed 23 August 2016

pros Great location (10 minutes from the metro station), nice and helpful nuns, clean rooms, good local restaurants and fruit market next to the bus stop cons breakfast was modest, the same every day, no TV set in the room

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Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

Room is big and clean, toilete too. In rooms is air condition and big windows. Special thanks for very kind staf in restaurant for brekfast and on reception. On the night there is quiet place. Everything is clean, garden have lot of flowers. Beautiful casa! Mate, Croatia

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Reviewed 7 May 2016 via mobile

I have been here twice and I recommended it to friends as well. Clean, quiet, great breakfast and the lovliest nuns in the world! They speak Spanish which was perfect for me! I had to leave to the airport early at 5am and they were so kind to wake up to unlock the gate and they even left me food...

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Bradford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 September 2015

A good place to stay and great value for money. A little out of the centre but worth the short trip on the metro to make a big saving. My room was simple but had all that I needed for a comfortable stay.

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Reviewed 19 May 2015 via mobile

We stayed in this lovely Hotel run by Nuns in May/2015. The place is very clean,safe and in a good location having pizzarias and even a fruit and veg market near by. The metro in about 10 min walk. The Nuns were very helpful and one day I didn't feel well they were lovely and thoughtful towards me. The only...

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Warsaw, Poland
Reviewed 21 September 2014

I've visited Casa di Nazareth with my family. The room was really clean and comfortable. The neighbourhood is quiet so you can relax after spending the day in the center of Rome. WiFi was available in all areas - that was great. From the hotel you can easily get to the metro station (walking distance - 10 min). The nuns...

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Reviewed 29 June 2014

We stayed here for 3 nights in early June. Incredible value for being in the city! Absolutely NO complaints except that they had the most uncomfortable pillows I have ever slept on, so I ended up using my inflatable travel pillow instead of their pillow. The nuns were extremely helpful and kind, the breakfast was basic (rolls, pastry, coffee and...

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Wigan
Reviewed 20 November 2013

Run by nuns, Casa Di Nazareth is a lovely place to stay if visiting Rome. Reception lady cannot do enough to help & provide good advice. 10 min walk to metro & for € 1.5 you can get anywhere in city. Rooms are very large & clean, although would have liked a comfy couch to sit on. Great wifi ;-)...

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Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
Reviewed 26 September 2013

If You are looking for a cheap but very clean, very friendly accomodation and You are ok to walk 1km to the metro - this is Your place!. Kids are very welcome, the nuns love them, although there is nothing for them to entertain. Breakfast is OK, better than the average "ROME style" breakfast, however if You can You should...

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Additional Information about Casa di Nazareth

Address: Via Martino V 25, 00167 Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Price Range: $67 - $263 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Casa di Nazareth 2*
Number of rooms: 29
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“There is a belltower in the garden, if You don't want to hear the bells couple of times during the day, You better ask for a Room which is far from it. Since walls are very thin, if You have the chance try to book a room with no neighbours on Your right and left side :)”
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 of 5 bubbles TamasSz2013, 26 Sep 2013 | Read review
“there is no swimming pool or fitness centre, which we didnt care for since we were walking a lot in our tour. the first day make sure you reach in daylight, since you need to find the inner street. check it out on google maps. once u get it, u can easily reach there every other time.”
 of 5 bubbles wayfarer_13, 20 Jun 2013 | Read review
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