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Nostra Signora di Lourdes

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Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

This monastery stay was the best location ever. It is near to restaurants and places of interest. It is 15-20 mins to Roma Termini but if you take a taxi from there it cost around euro10. Sisters were very friendly. The staff were very friendly and helpful even giving pointers on bus directions to places of interest. Simple breakfast is...

2Thank JuneC1961
Reviewed 6 October 2015

This is one of the many lodgings offered by religious institutions throughout Italy. It's located at walking distance of the Spanish Steps, la Fontana di Trevi, Villa Borghese, Via Veneto and many other places of interest. Besides, it's one block from Via del Tritone where there are buses gallore which will take you wherever you need to go, and the...

1Thank Alicia_d_A
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 21 July 2015

The location is perfect - the Spanish Steps in one direction, and Piazza Barberini in the other. The rooms are basic, but very clean and comfortable. We had a twin bed room with ensuite. My wife and I stayed for 5 nights. We ate at a different restaurant each night, within a block of Piazza Barberini - beautiful food. Public...

1Thank cavanaghp
Queenstown, New Zealand
Reviewed 24 June 2015

I heartily recommend this convent. It's location is superb, moments from the top of The Spanish Steps, the prices are moderate, it's beautifully clean and tidy and as it's a working convent you have a remarkably genuine experience. It's never been terribly busy when I've stayed but I imagine it would be during the various religious festivals that see pilgrims...

1Thank ScottGN
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 17 June 2014

Stayed with a friend at Nostra Signora di Lourdes early June 2014. The room had 2 single beds, a night table, wardrobe plus a desk and a chair. There is a phone to contact the front desk, if needed. Quite spacious for the standards of major European hotels and with very high ceilings, we had our own private bathroom that...

6Thank FelizPortenia
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 26 January 2014

My husband, 2 adult children and I stayed at the convent in March 2012. We had 2 twin rooms - I shared with my daughter and husband shared with son. We had ensuites, too. Everything was immaculately clean. Rooms were basic, but large and quiet. An air of tranquility pervades the convent - bliss after a day of sightseeing. Sister...

5Thank Liz T
Paulinia, SP
Reviewed 13 January 2013

I stayed in a single room in December 2012 and found the place very clean. I used the shared bathroom and always found it in good hygienic conditions. The location is great, between Fontana di Trevi and Piazza Spagna, just steps from the subway and bus stops, in an area surrounded by shops and restaurants. The window of my room...

10Thank Virna01
Wainwright, Canada
Reviewed 22 July 2012

My group of 7 Girl Guides stayed 4 nights in 2 rooms in July 2012. We loved the location of the convent; just down the street from the top of the Spanish Steps and just up the street from an area filled with shops and restaurants. Our rooms were large and very clean. The bathrooms were spotlessly clean. Decoration is...

12Thank AuntyLeo
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 24 May 2012

My husband, 2 adult children and I stayed at the convent in March 2012. We had 2 twin rooms - I shared with my daughter and husband shared with son. We had ensuites, too. Everything was immaculately clean. Rooms were basic, but large and quiet. An air of tranquility pervades the convent - bliss after a day of sightseeing. Sr...

15Thank Liz T
ontario, canada
Reviewed 14 April 2012

We stayed here in the spring of 2011 and enjoyed our stay. We had two single rooms next to each other. The sisters are very friendly and accommodating. The rooms were certainly big enough, clean and comfortable. The WCs were clean. The breakfast, as stated before, was not so good but we were not there for the food. The location...

10Thank chrsms

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Address: Via Sistina 113, Rome, Italy
Region: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Colonna
Price Range: $38 - $87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 31
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“Rooms facing the internal courtyard avoid street noise.”
cavanaghp, 21 Jul 2015 | Read review
“You can get a room with en ensuite bathroom for €50 per night but the bathrooms are tiny. Much better to get a room without one for €35 a night and if the convent isn't busy (it's never been when I've stayed) you'll likely have one of the big old tiled bathrooms pretty much to yourself. Also if you're a light sleeper ask for a room with the window facing into the internal courtyard rather than via Sistina.”
ScottGN, 24 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Stay toward the back of the building, if possible.”
chrsms, 14 Apr 2012 | Read review
“request a room looking over the courtyard”
catherinebJ4447SJ, 15 Jan 2012 | Read review
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